Refresher training is required every 24 months.
The courses are suitable for initial or refresher training following AMC 20-22. The training including photos, diagrams, a final multi-choice exam and a unique serial numbered certificate. Your certificate is available for download on successful completion.
There are no pre-qualifications required, although rudimentary PC skills are helpful.
Which Target Group applies to me?
EWIS (Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems) is mandatory training, and refresher training is required every 24 months. Eight target groups provide different levels of content depending upon your trade and qualifications as follows:
EWIS for Target Groups 1 and 2
This training is for qualified staff who perform wiring systems maintenance, e.g. avionics, skilled workers or technicians cat B2. Includes team members who perform EWIS inspections (but not maintenance), e.g. inspectors/technicians cat B1/B2.
Please note our online courses for EWIS Target Groups 1 and 2 do not include the Module G Connective Device Repair (Practical).
EWIS for Target Group 3
This training is for qualified staff performing electrical/avionic engineering on an in-service aeroplane, i.e. personnel authorised to design EWIS installations or make modifications and repairs (e.g. electric/avionic engineers).
EWIS for Target Group 4 and 5
This training is for qualified staff performing general maintenance/inspections not involving wire maintenance (LRU change is not wire maintenance), i.e. personnel who perform maintenance on an aeroplane that may require removal/reconnection of electrical connective devices (e.g. inspectors/technicians cat A or B1), or personnel who are authorised to design mechanical/structure systems installations, modifications and repairs, or personnel who are authorised to plan maintenance tasks.
EWIS for Target Groups 6, 7, and 8
This training is for other service staff with duties in proximity to EWIS, i.e. staff members whose duties would bring them into contact/view of aeroplane wiring systems. This would include, but not be limited to, aeroplane cleaners, cargo loaders, fuelers, lavatory servicing personnel, de-icing personnel, push back personnel, as well as Flight Deck Crew, e.g. pilots and flight engineers and Cabin Crew.