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03-06-2015, 11:13 PM
Post: #31
hi. can anyone give me some opinion about aircraft maintenance course in politeknik banting
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03-07-2015, 11:56 PM
Post: #32
Politeknik Banting offers a diploma in aircraft maintenance engineering. It's not an approved training organization to conduct DCAM PART 66 aircraft maintenance program. well it's up to you....After all,it's all about the passion in aircraft maintenance engineering. Only a true passion will drive you to what would you be in the future.
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03-09-2015, 04:21 PM
Post: #33
They have 'enough facilities' (read cheap) that MSU's Diploma programme for aircraft maintenance sent their students there for module 7 and other lab facilities work. Not that they impressed me..

Real planes have propellers!
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03-11-2015, 10:18 PM
Post: #34
Hmmm, is there anyone around with both the a B1 and B2 license. Is it more fun or enjoyable? I don't really know much about how everything goes down but I get the feeling that we are more involved with the plane when doing B1 compared to electronics, navigation etc (B2).

Or maybe I'm talking rubbish.
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03-11-2015, 10:48 PM
Post: #35
What do you mean by you are more involved with the plane with b1.1 license? Do you think B2 license flea work in the workshop?
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03-11-2015, 10:52 PM
Post: #36
(03-11-2015 10:48 PM)flyhigh92 Wrote:  What do you mean by you are more involved with the plane with b1.1 license? Do you think B2 license flea work in the workshop?

I don't know. I guess what I'm asking is, is B2 fun? Big Grin
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03-11-2015, 11:29 PM
Post: #37
well it actually depends on you. Do you like to get yourself involved with electrics/electronics? Have you tried to read or trace any wiring diagrams circuits before? Do you get a better understanding in solving your problem when it's mentally visualized in your brain?These are some of the b2 stuff...
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03-11-2015, 11:40 PM
Post: #38
(03-11-2015 11:29 PM)flyhigh92 Wrote:  well it actually depends on you. Do you like to get yourself involved with electrics/electronics? Have you tried to read or trace any wiring diagrams circuits before? Do you get a better understanding in solving your problem when it's mentally visualized in your brain?These are some of the b2 stuff...

I love electronics. But my soldering skills though. xD

But I was also a big fan of Tamiya as a kid.

But I guess since I intend on doing the other in the future, perhaps it doesn't matter what I start with?
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03-11-2015, 11:50 PM
Post: #39
To tell you the truth ,It's better to start off with b1.1 first as you will master the aircraft structure, power plant, the mechanical parts of the aircraft then you can easily mastered the aircraft systems and get some basics on electricals. So b2 is just a piece of cake for you after you get your b1.1 license.
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03-11-2015, 11:59 PM
Post: #40
(03-11-2015 11:50 PM)flyhigh92 Wrote:  To tell you the truth ,It's better to start off with b1.1 first as you will master the aircraft structure, power plant, the mechanical parts of the aircraft then you can easily mastered the aircraft systems and get some basics on electricals. So b2 is just a piece of cake for you after you get your b1.1 license.

Now that's the kind of advice I'll be considering.
Thanks.

Lots of choices.
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