ATR42-320 Continuation Training



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About our Online Self-Study Course

The ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, has been designed to give you a complete technical refresher of all aircraft systems and meets ATA 104 Specification Level 1 and EASA Part 66 Level 1 as a minimum. The ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, covers all mechanical and avionics systems. We also include links to any relevant incidents, Airworthiness Directives and maintenance incidents. The final chapter covers new relevant aviation technology. This self–study online ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, will take approximately 40 hours of study. Students must pass the multi-choice question at the end of each ATA chapter before the next ATA chapter is unlocked. A completion certificate is issued on successful completion of the course.

You have 12 months from enrollment to begin the course and after starting, 6 months to complete the course. You have a further 90 days to review the course after completion.


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The ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, meets a minimum of ATA 104 Specification Level I; A brief overview of the airframe, systems and powerplant as outlined in the Systems Description Section of the Aircraft Maintenance Manual.

The ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, also complies with EASA’s knowledge LEVEL 1 definition as contained in Regulation EU No. 1321/2014, Part 66, Appendix III Basic Knowledge Requirements;
A familiarization with the principal elements of the subject, with the objective;
(a) The applicant should be familiar with the basic elements of the subject.
(b) The applicant should be able to give a simple description of the whole subject, using common words and examples.
(c) The applicant should be able to use typical terms

This self-study online ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, will take approximately 40 hours of study. Students must pass a multi-choice question at the end of each ATA chapter before the following ATA chapter is unlocked. A completion certificate is issued on successful completion of the course.

Course objectives: upon completion of the course, the student will be able to identify safety precautions related to the airframe, it’s systems and powerplant.
Identify maintenance practices important to the airframe, it’s systems and powerplant
Define the general layout of the aircraft’s major systems.
Define the general layout and characteristics of the powerplant.
Identify special tooling and test equipment used with the aircraft.


Our courses scale perfectly to PC, Laptop, tablet, android and iPhone. You must have an internet connection to use our courses.


Course completion time varies with the individual; however, we estimate approximately 40 hours will be required. You have 6 months to complete the course and can stop and restart at the same position with your progress saved. Once completed you will have a further 90 days to review the course.


Should you require any assistance during your course, please contact us and we will assist you during normal working hours.


Our online ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, provides an excellent solution for training engineers or company support staff, giving the required in-depth aircraft type knowledge with the advantage of distance learning. Our courses are designed to provide a method for maintenance companies to comply with National Aviation Authority continuation training requirements such as EASA’s part 145.A.35 and the FAA’s Federal Reglation 145.163.


Our ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, is designed and produced by EASA and UK CAA B1/B2 Engineers, Type instructors and Part 147 Training Managers. We ensure each course covers all relevant ATA chapters.




The ATR42-320 Continuation Training course with PW120 series powerplants, begins with an aircraft type introduction, then covers each ATA chapter to approximately Part 66 Level 1;


ATA 05 TO 12 General Servicing.


ATA05 – TIME LIMITS – Introduction, “A” Checks, “C” Checks, Detailed Structural Inspections, Major Inspection Frame.


ATA06 DIMENSIONS AND AREAS – Zones, Major Zones, Major Sub-Zones, Specific Zone.


ATA07 JACKING – Jacking Procedure, Jacking Precautions, Wheel Jacking.


ATA08 LEVELLING AND WEIGHING – Levelling, Quick Levelling, Precise Levelling.


ATA09 Aircraft Towing – Towing Precautions, Basic Towing Procedure.


ATA10 PARKING AND MOORING – Basic Precautions And Operations.


ATA12 ROUTINE MAINTENANCE – Access Panels, Fuel Tank Water Drains, Air Data System Pneumatic Pipework Water Removal, Engine Oil Level Servicing – Engine Shutdown Procedure, Oil Level Determination.


ATA 31 INDICATING AND RECORDING SYSTEMS – Centralised Crew Alerting System, CCAS System Test Facility, Alpha Probes, Annunciations, Aural Alerts, Non-Specific Alerts, Specific Alerts, Master Warning Lights, Master Caution Lights, Alert Definitions, Digital Flight Data Recorder, Flight Data Acquisition Unit, Flight Data Entry Panel (FDEP), Digital Flight Data Recorder – AIDS Function, Aircraft Performance Interface Unit (APIU), Multi-Purpose Computer (MPC), AFDAU Functions, Performance Maintenance Recorder (PMR), Clocks.


ATA 24 ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM – Introduction, Fixed Frequency AC, Fixed Frequency AC Input Power Supplies, Fixed Frequency AC Distribution and Reversion, Variable Frequency AC, 28v DC Power, DC Starter Generators, Generator Control Units, DC Bus Power Control Unit, Dc Power System Controls, Variable Frequency AC Power Generation, ACW Generators, ACW Bus Power Control Unit.


ATA 34 NAVIGATION SYSTEMS – Introduction, Radio Magnetic Indicators (RMIs), Electronic Horizontal Situation Indicators (EHSIS), Electronic Attitude Director Indicators (EADIS), Airspeed Indicators, Barometrically Corrected Altimeters, Vertical Speed Indicators, DME Indicator, Electronic Flight Instrument System (EFIS), Pitot-Static System, Air Data System, , Temperature Indicating System, Standby Pneumatic Instruments, Attitude/Heading Reference System (AHRS), Standby Instruments – Standby Compass, Standby Attitude Indicator, Weather Radar System, Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System, Radio Altimeter System – General Description, Traffic Alert & Collision Avoidance System (TCAS), VHF Navigation, Automatic Direction Finder (ADF), Distance Measuring Equipment (DME), ATC Transponder System, Global Positioning System, HT 1000 Flight Management System.


ATA 22 AUTO FLIGHT SYSTEM – Automatic Flight Control System (AFCS) Introduction, Flight Guidance System, Flight Guidance Controller, Advisory Display Unit, Avionics Standard Communications Bus (ASCB), Autopilot Modes, Automatic Pitch Trim Function (Auto-Trim), Yaw Damper/Turn Co-Ordination (YD), Flight Director (FD), AFCS – Built-In Test Facility.


ATA 23 COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS – Audio Integrating System, Flight Crew Call System, Attendant Call System, Ground Crew Call System, Service Interphone System, Cabin Interphone System, Passenger Address System, Music/Voice Reproducer – Older Aircraft, Digital Music/Voice Reproducer – Newer Aircraft, VHF Communications Systems, Cockpit Voice Recorder, Static Discharge Dissipation System, HF Communication System, ACARS System, Selective Calling System.


ATA 33 LIGHTS – Flight Compartment Lighting, Maintenance Lighting, Passenger Compartment, Baggage Compartment, Exterior Lighting, Emergency Lighting System.


ATA 29 HYDRAULIC SYSTEMS – Blue Main System, Green Main System, Auxiliary System, ACW Electrically Powered Pump, DC Electrically Powered Pump, Common Pressure Module, Return Module, Cross-Feed Valve, Filters, Accumulator, Reservoir Filling, Reservoir Draining, Controls.


ATA 32 LANDING GEAR – Introduction, Hydraulic Interface, Nose Gear, Main Gear, Gear Doors, Normal Extension and Retraction, Emergency Extension and Retraction, Wheels and Brakes, Brakes and Anti-Skid, Nose Wheel Steering.


ATA 27 FLIGHT CONTROLS – Introduction, Primary Flying Controls, Secondary Flying Controls, Roll Control, Auto Pilot & Digital Flight Data Recorder Interface, Yaw Control Rudder & Yaw Control, Force Detector Rod, Rudder Trim, Pitch Control, Manual Electric Trim, AFCS Automatic Trim, Standby Trim, Flap System, Flaps – Position Selection Interface, Stall Warning, Gust Lock System.




ATA 25 EQUIPMENT/FURNISHINGS – Flight Compartment, Cargo Compartment, Passenger Compartment, Lavatory Compartment, Emergency Evacuation, Emergency Equipment – Flight Compartment, Emergency Equipment – Passenger Compartment, Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT) SOCATA 96.


ATA 35 OXYGEN – Fixed Oxygen for Flight Crew and Passenger Emergency Systems, Portable Oxygen.


ATA 38 WATER & WASTE – Potable Water, Lavatory System.


ATA 28 FUEL SYSTEM – Fuel Storage, Engine Feed, Fuel Quantity Indicating System, Fuel Quantity Manual (Magnetic) Indicators, Fuel Temperature Measurement.


ATA 26 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS – Fire Detection, Smoke Detection, Fire Extinguishing, Fixed Fire Extinguisher Bottles, Portable Fire Extinguisher Bottles, Engine Fire Detection, Engine Fire Extinguishing, Smoke Detection – Lavatory, Smoke Detection – Cargo Compartment / Electronics Rack Smoke, Lavatory Fire Extinguishing.


ATA 36 PNEUMATIC SYSTEM – Distribution System, Controls and Indicators, Engine Bleed Air Supply System, Wing Leading Edge Ventilation System, Bleed Air Leak Detection System.


ATA 21 AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM – Avionics Equipment Cooling, Lavatory Area Ventilation, Controls and Indicators, Air Cooling System, Air Conditioning Packs, Pressurisation, Equipment Cooling.


ATA 30 ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION – Controls and Indicators, Pneumatic De-Ice System, Propeller Anti-Ice Protection System, Horn Ice Protection, Probe Ice Protection, Windshield and Side Window Heating, Windshield Rain Protection.


ATA 61 PROPELLER – HS 14SF-5 Basic Construction, HP Pump And Associated Valves, Propeller Control Unit (PCU), Over-Speed Governor, Condition Lever, Power Lever, Synchrophasing Pulse Generator, Propeller Synchrophase Control Unit, Feathering Pump,  Propeller Speed Sensor (Np), Propeller Brake, Propeller Brake Control Unit, Propeller Pitch Change, Speed and Phase Regulation, Feathering, Reversing, Hotel Mode, Propeller Speed Monitoring, Propeller Hydraulic Control, Propeller Operational, Governing Speed Mode, Synchrophase Mode, Beta Mode, Reverse Mode, Propeller Low Pitch Protection System.


ATA 71 TO 80 POWERPLANT – Nacelle, Air Intakes, Mounts, Fire Seals, Engine Drains, Electrical Harness, Powerplant – Basic Design, Gearboxes, Engine Fuel, Fuel Heater/Filter, Fuel Pump, Hydro Mechanical Unit (HMU), Fuel Transmitter, Flow Divider And Nozzles, Electronic Control Limit (ECU), Fuel Flow/Fuel Used (FF/FU) Indicator, Ignition, Engine Air, Engine Controls, Engine Indicating, Exhaust, Engine Oil, Engine Starting.