KEY REASONS TO CHOOSE BSA FOR YOUR BOEING 787 TYPE TRAINING
Conveniently located at London Luton Airport, BSA’s EASA-Approved Part 147 training academy was born out of the Boeing designed facility that was previously operated by Monarch Aircraft Engineering.
At BSA we believe that students need to be put at ease and made to feel comfortable, in order to get the most benefit from training, whilst also ensuring the optimum conditions for concentration. Our purpose-designed, climate controlled, industry-leading training rooms are equipped with the latest audio-visual hardware. Students are provided with individual PCs to enable self-study, as well as dynamic group interaction during training sessions.
We provide free on-site parking for students travelling by car.
In order to protect students and staff, all Boeing 787 Type training is held at our London Luton Airport facility in accordance with ‘Covid Secure’ UK government guidelines.
The British School of Aviation employs some of the world’s most experienced and respected Boeing 787 aircraft engineering instructors, enabling all students to receive the highest level of training that’s second to none, anywhere in the world.
In addition to acquiring the former training academy building occupied by Monarch Aircraft Engineering, BSA brought in a number of instructors who were previously employed by Monarch. We are proud that our Boeing 787 instructors were all trained at Boeing in Seattle and between them have accumulated decades of aircraft engineering experience.
In addition to our instructors, BSA’s experienced and friendly team of course administrators will ensure that every student is treated as a guest of BSA. They will be delighted to help students with all aspects of course booking and training administration, as well as assisting with accommodation and travel arrangements if required.
First and foremost, BSA’s mission is to provide aviation industry-leading training that delivers value for money to its individual and corporate customers.
BSA is an EASA-Approved Part 147 training organisation. We strive to deliver an accessible, engaging and innovative learning environment, which develops frontline operational personnel to achieve the best level of expertise and knowledge.
For the Boeing 787, BSA offers a range of comprehensive or modular training courses, that recognises different stages of an aircraft engineer’s career.
Our complete Boeing 787 Type course for either B1 or B2 engineers wishing to achieve certification to work on the B787 – 8/9/10 variants includes 5 weeks of class training at BSA, followed by 2 weeks of practical training on the aircraft.*
We also offer a range of engine conversion courses for either B1 or B2 engineers who wish to convert from the GE GEnx engine to the Rolls Royce Trent 1000 engine and vice versa, which includes both classroom study and practical training on the aircraft.*
For current B1 engineers wanting to convert to B2 on the B787 – 8/9/10, BSA provides the necessary training programme. The theory element is carried out at our facility at London Luton Airport, followed by practical training on the aircraft.*
*In accordance with EASA regulations relating to Covid-19, practical training with BSA will only be carried out face-to-face, where ‘Covid Secure’ access to aircraft is facilitated.
We appreciate that every BSA customer has a choice of where to invest in training and it’s our mission to become the training partner of choice for individual students, airlines and MROs both in the UK and internationally. Acknowledging this, we have introduced the ‘BSA Ambassador’ programme. Every student who completes one of our courses successfully is entitled to become a ‘BSA Ambassador’. This enables them to receive a referral commission of 5% of the course cost booked by any future students, following an introduction by a BSA Ambassador.
If you’d like to speak to us about our range of Boeing 787 Type training courses, please call us on 01582 737888 or email your enquiry to email@example.com
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