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Title 14Chapter ISubchapter HPart 147 → Appendix


Title 14: Aeronautics and Space
PART 147—AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN SCHOOLS


Appendix A to Part 147—Curriculum Requirements

This appendix defines terms used in appendices B, C, and D of this part, and describes the levels of proficiency at which items under each subject in each curriculum must be taught, as outlined in appendices B, C, and D.

(a) Definitions. As used in appendices B, C, and D:

(1) Inspect means to examine by sight and touch.

(2) Check means to verify proper operation.

(3) Troubleshoot means to analyze and identify malfunctions.

(4) Service means to perform functions that assure continued operation.

(5) Repair means to correct a defective condition. Repair of an airframe or powerplant system includes component replacement and adjustment, but not component repair.

(6) Overhaul means to disassemble, inspect, repair as necessary, and check.

(b) Teaching levels. (1) Level 1 requires:

(i) Knowledge of general principles, but no practical application.

(ii) No development of manipulative skill.

(iii) Instruction by lecture, demonstration, and discussion.

(2) Level 2 requires:

(i) Knowledge of general principles, and limited practical application.

(ii) Development of sufficient manipulative skill to perform basic operations.

(iii) Instruction by lecture, demonstration, discussion, and limited practical application.

(3) Level 3 requires:

(i) Knowledge of general principles, and performance of a high degree of practical application.

(ii) Development of sufficient manipulative skills to simulate return to service.

(iii) Instruction by lecture, demonstration, discussion, and a high degree of practical application.

(c) Teaching materials and equipment. The curriculum may be presented utilizing currently accepted educational materials and equipment, including, but not limited to: calculators, computers, and audio-visual equipment.

[Amdt. 147-2, 35 FR 5534, Apr. 3, 1970, as amended by Amdt. 147-5, 57 FR 28960, June 29, 1992]

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