TRU Maintenance Training Academy is located near the Beechcraft campus, where we provide factory tours where the aircraft are proudly built. Our modern facility offers the latest in technology to provide your mechanics a state-of-the-art training environment. Each classroom is equipped with a 70-inch Smart Board screen for projection of the training materials and technician guides are electronically presented on a Surface Pro 3 to interact with our courseware. Guiding your technicians through the process are our highly qualified, experienced instructors, the greatest asset to trainees’ learning.

Offerings include Maintenance Initial, Maintenance Practical, Avionics Initial, Avionics Practical, Familiarization, Updates, and Troubleshooting courses. Applicable to King Air 350, 250, and C90.

300 Series Course Lengths

COURSES

LENGTH

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Initial

70 hours 

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Initial Regulatory

120 hours 

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Practical

35 hours

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Practical Regulatory

70 hours

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Initial

35 hours

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Initial Regulatory

102 hours

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Practical

35 hours

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Practical Regulatory

70 hours

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Updates

35 hours

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Familiarization

21 hours

Beech 300 Series [PWC PT6] Troubleshooting

32 hours

200 Series Course Lengths

COURSES

LENGTH

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Initial

70 hours 

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Initial Regulatory

70 hours 

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Practical

35 hours

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Practical Regulatory

70 hours

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Initial

35 hours

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Initial Regulatory

63 hours

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Practical

35 hours

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Practical Regulatory

70 hours

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Updates

35 hours

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Familiarization

21 hours

Beech 200 Series [PWC PT6] Troubleshooting

32 hours

90 Series Course Lengths

COURSES

LENGTH

Beech 90 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Initial

70 hours 

Beech 90 Series [PWC PT6] Maintenance Practical

35 hours 

Beech 90 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Initial

35 hours

Beech 90 Series [PWC PT6] Avionics Practical

35 hours

Beech 90 Series [PWC PT6] Familiarization

21 hours

Beech 90 Series [PWC PT6] Updates

35 hours

ATA Chapters

WELCOME PRESENTATION

AVIATION SAFETY

ATA 4-20 Aircraft General*

ATA 33 Lights

ATA 21 Air Conditioning

ATA 34 Navigation*

ATA 22 Auto Flight

ATA 35 Oxygen

ATA 23 Communications*

ATA 36 Pneumatics

ATA 24 Electrical Power*

ATA 37 Vacuum

ATA 25 Equipment & Furniture*

ATA 38 Water & Waste

ATA 26 Fire Protection

ATA 44 Cabin Systems*

ATA 27 Flight Controls

ATA 45 Central Maintenance*

ATA 28 Fuel Systems

ATA 46 Information Systems*

ATA 30 Ice & Rain Protection

ATA 51-57 Structures

ATA 31 Indicating/Recording*

ATA 61 Propellers

ATA 32 Landing Gear

ATA 71-79 Powerplant

*Only ATA Chapters that are needed for Avionics Initial course

Additional Course Information

Updates Course 

During this course, you will receive an overview of all the major systems using interactive courseware, a review of the latest Service Bulletins, Airworthiness Directives and any OEM documentation changes published in the last 12 months will be discussed. An in-depth review of affected systems and troubleshooting techniques will ensure the student is up-to-date on the latest information available. This course is ideal for those who have been working around the specific model but have not had a training session in some time. 

Familiarization Course

This course is designed as a high-level introduction for anyone needing an overview of this specific model aircraft. The use of Interactive training along with classroom presentations allows for the familiarization of aircraft system descriptions and operations on an introductory level. Using OEM, vendor, and regulatory documents to create and present an aircraft walk around demonstration that utilizes computer visual aids of the aircraft. This course is ideal for those needing to be familiar with but may or may not perform maintenance on the aircraft.

Structural Inspection and Repair Manual

COURSES

LENGTH

Welcome Presentation

18 min

Introduction/General

30 min

Review of Basic Wing Structure

30 min

Intro. To SIRM Purpose of Configuration

1 hour

In Depth Review of SIRM Requirements

6 hours

Inspection of Wing Fittings

1 hour

Current Inspection Requirements 

 1 hour

New NDT Requirements 

 1 hour

Nacelle Splice Plate Inspection 

 30 min

Question and Answer Session 

 30 min