30 Oct P&WC PW200 Series training has launched
Good news – now you can learn about both the PW206 and PW207 engine variants at our Brisbane facilities!
Our new P&WC PW200 Series course is approved by CASA and enrolments for the first course in December are now open. Find all the details you need to know below…
Why we launched this course
We created this course because a PW200 Series engine licence is a great licence to have. It opens you up to work on the EC135, Bell 429 and AW109 aircraft – and that was the main driver for us to develop this training.
We’ve also had a lot of requests for this course. That’s why we’ll be running two courses in the coming months, in order service our waitlist of engineers who need this training.
The benefits of Series type training
This course follows our unique training model of covering an entire series in a single course. We developed a similar format for our RR250 Series engine course, and now we’ve adopted this approach for this engine series too.
The advantage is you get all of your desired licenses from a single course, plus you get broader exposure to the various operational and maintenance scenarios you’re likely to face in the field. That means you not only save money by sitting just one course, but you also gain more knowledge and skills.
After sitting this course, you’ll have ratings for both the PW206 and PW207 engine variants.
What to expect from your course
Our new PW200 Series course gives you five days of intensive training under the guidance of instructors who are experienced and current on type (which means they’re right across the latest maintenance practices).
The course covers the engines in the series, plus the various aircraft models they are fitted to. Theory and practical training operate hand-in-hand each day, ensuring theory knowledge translates into new hand skills you can take back to the hangar.
Location and dates
The course is held in Brisbane in our brand new engine training rooms. We’re excited to see these spaces in action when our first PW200 Series course kicks off in December (enrol here). A second course will be held early 2024, with dates to be confirmed soon.
We will then run two courses per year – check our Engine Training page for the latest training dates.
How can I get more information?
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