Maintenance training is scheduled on a first come, first served basis. A confirmation letter from MDHI customer training is required to reserve your space.
The maintenance courses are designed for FAA/repair station certified mechanics, but are open to all customers.
Courses are conducted in English. If customers are not fluent in English, a special course of longer duration must be scheduled four (4) months prior to training date, with a translator provided by the customer. This longer course will entail an additional cost. A translator will not be allowed in an English-speaking class.
Available Maintenance Training Courses
This two-week maintenance course covers the inspection, operation and repair of standard MD 500D/E equipment and components.
MD 500D/E/FF/N Transmission Overhaul
This course emphasizes the tear down, inspection, and reassembly of the main and tail rotor transmissions based on procedures in the transmission overhaul manual. Approximately 80% of this one-week training course delivers practical, hands-on experience. It is designed for customers who are proficient in the use of precision instruments such as micrometers, Vernier calipers and height gauges.
This two-week course will cover inspection, operation and repair of standard MD520N equipment and components.
This two-week course will cover inspection, operation and repair of standard MD530F equipment and components.
This two-week maintenance course covers the inspection, operation and repair of standard MD 600N equipment and components.
MD 902 EXPLORER
The MD 902 Explorer two-week maintenance course covers the inspection, operation and repair of Standard MD 902 Explorer equipment and components.
MD EXPLORER Autopilot
This one-week course will familiarize maintenance personnel with KFC900 introduction/download procedures, avionics, EFIS 40, AHRS, the digital air data system, and the weather radar system.
Maintenance Training Downloads
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2017 Maintenance Training Schedule
Maintenance Registration Form