EWIS


Electrical Wiring Interconnection Systems (EWIS) courses to cover Target Groups 1-8 as specified by Annex III to ED Decision 2008/007/R of 29/08/2008 AMC20-22. For more information on which group you fall into please see below.

EWIS Group 1 and 2

Objectives:

To provide students with all the information required to satisfy the requirements of Annex III to ED Decision 2008/007/R of 29/08/2008 AMC20-22 and help improve wiring and maintenance practices throughout the industry. This course aims to provide acceptable means of compliance to comply with training obligations as required in paragraphs 21.A.145 and 21.A.245 of Part-21, 145.A.30 and 145.A.35 of Part-145 and M.A.706 of Part-M with respect to EWIS.

EASA defines EWIS TG 1 & 2 as:
TG1: “Qualified staff performing EWIS maintenance. These staff members are personnel who perform wiring systems maintenance and their training is based on their job description and the work being done by them (e.g. avionics skilled workers or technicians cat B2)”
TG2: “Qualified staff performing maintenance inspections on wiring systems. These staff members are personnel who perform EWIS inspections (but not maintenance), and their training is based on their job description and the work being done by them (e.g. inspectors/technicians cat B2)”

Benefits:

Provides the students with all the key information required to satisfy the regulation specific to their target group

This course will:

  • Module A: General EWIS Practices
  • Module B: Wiring Practices Documentation
  • Module C: Inspection
  • Module D: Housekeeping
  • Module E: Wire
  • Module F: Connective Devices

Please note: The online course does not cover Module G (Connective Device Repair). For this module EASA Regulations state that individuals have to be able to ‘Demonstrate the procedures for replacement of all parts of typical types of connectors found on the applicable aeroplane’. If you require this module, please download the Practical Task Sheet once logged in to the system. We can issue a full certificate once we receive a completed task sheet signed and stamped off by a Part 145 Organisation to confirm competence. Alternatively, for larger groups, we can arrange for an instructor to deliver this Module at a client premises.

EWIS Group 4 & 5

Objectives:

Groups 4 and 5 have been merged to cover qualified staff performing general maintenance/inspections not involving wire maintenance (LRU change is not considered wire maintenance). They perform maintenance on aeroplanes that may require removal/reconnection of electrical connective devices (e.g. inspectors/technicians cat A or B1). The course also covers qualified staff performing other engineering or planning work on in-service aeroplanes and are personnel who are authorised to design mechanical/structure, systems installations, modifications and repairs, or personnel who are authorised to plan maintenance tasks. (SMW/Mechanics)

Benefits:

Provides the students with all the key information required to satisfy the regulation specific to their target group

This course will:

  • Module A: General EWIS Practices
  • Module C: Inspection
  • Module D: Housekeeping
  • Module E: Wire
  • Module F: Connective Devices

EWIS Group 6

Objectives:

EWIS Groups 6, 7 and 8 are aimed at other service staff with duties in proximity to EWIS.
TG 6: These staff members are personnel whose duties would bring them into contact/view of aeroplane wiring systems. This would include, but not be limited to: Aeroplane cleaners, cargo loaders, re-fuelling staff, lavatory servicing personnel, de-icing personnel, push back personnel,
TG7: Flight Deck Crew (E.g. Pilots, Flight Engineers)
TG8: Cabin Crew.

Benefits:

Provides the students with all the key information required to satisfy the regulation specific to their target group

This course will:

The course for Group 6 will include:

  • Module A General EWIS Practices
  • Module C Inspection
  • Module D Housekeeping
  • Module E Wire

The course for Groups 7 and 8 will include:

  • Module A General EWIS Practices
  • Module C Inspection
  • Module D Housekeeping
  • Module E Wire

EWIS Group 7

Objectives:

EWIS Groups 6, 7 and 8 are aimed at other service staff with duties in proximity to EWIS.
TG 6: These staff members are personnel whose duties would bring them into contact/view of aeroplane wiring systems. This would include, but not be limited to: Aeroplane cleaners, cargo loaders, re-fuelling staff, lavatory servicing personnel, de-icing personnel, push back personnel,
TG7: Flight Deck Crew (E.g. Pilots, Flight Engineers)
TG8: Cabin Crew.

Benefits:

Provides the students with all the key information required to satisfy the regulation specific to their target group

This course will:

The course for Group 6 will include:

  • Module A General EWIS Practices
  • Module C Inspection
  • Module D Housekeeping
  • Module E Wire

The course for Groups 7 and 8 will include:

  • Module A General EWIS Practices
  • Module C Inspection
  • Module D Housekeeping
  • Module E Wire

EWIS Group 8

Objectives:

EWIS Groups 6, 7 and 8 are aimed at other service staff with duties in proximity to EWIS.
TG 6: These staff members are personnel whose duties would bring them into contact/view of aeroplane wiring systems. This would include, but not be limited to: Aeroplane cleaners, cargo loaders, re-fuelling staff, lavatory servicing personnel, de-icing personnel, push back personnel,
TG7: Flight Deck Crew (E.g. Pilots, Flight Engineers)
TG8: Cabin Crew.

Benefits:

Provides the students with all the key information required to satisfy the regulation specific to their target group

This course will:

The course for Group 6 will include:

  • Module A General EWIS Practices
  • Module C Inspection
  • Module D Housekeeping
  • Module E Wire

The course for Groups 7 and 8 will include:

  • Module A General EWIS Practices
  • Module C Inspection
  • Module D Housekeeping
  • Module E Wire
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