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Level 3

Repair aircraft batteries
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22555, and unit standard 22556.

3968 Unit Standard 10 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to repair aircraft batteries (lead acid, alkaline, nickel cadmium) by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, charging, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Level 4

Repair aircraft audio system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22929.

3957 Unit Standard 30 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft audio system components (microphones, audio amplifiers, headphones, speakers, audio switching units, audio controllers, junction boxes) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft LORAN navigation system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22930.

3958 Unit Standard 43 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft LORAN navigation system components (receiver processor units, control display units, antennas) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft OMEGA navigation system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

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3959 Unit Standard 25 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft OMEGA navigation system components (receiver processor units, control display units, antennas) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft passenger address and entertainment system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22546, and unit standard 22547.

3960 Unit Standard 50 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft passenger address and entertainment system components including audio tapedecks, multiplex components (multiplexer, column tuner and decoder, seat electronics unit, passenger service decoder, passenger control unit) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from an aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair radio frequency communication system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22548, unit standard 22549, and unit standard 22550.

3961 Unit Standard 60 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft radio frequency communication system components (high frequency transmitters, receivers, antennas and couplers; very high frequency transmitters, receivers and antennas; ultra high frequency transmitters, receivers and antennas) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft audiovisual tape reproduction equipment
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22551, and unit standard 22552.

3962 Unit Standard 28 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to keep aircraft audiovisual tape reproduction systems (video players, projectors, monitors) in a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft galley equipment
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22553, and unit standard 22554.

3963 Unit Standard 25 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft galley equipment (ovens, water heaters, chillers and refrigerators) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft electronic engine control system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22931.

3969 Unit Standard 45 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft engine control system components (synchrophasers, synchronisers, temperature datum controllers, sensors, control position transmitters) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft compass system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22932.

3970 Unit Standard 30 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft compass system components (flux valves, compensators, slaving and accessory amplifiers, direct reading compasses) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft computer system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22557, and unit standard 22558.

3971 Unit Standard 45 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft computer system components (digital data buses, bus couplers, computers, data transfer units, keyboards, monitors) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair and/or recondition air data instrument system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22559, unit standard 22560, and unit standard 22561.

3972 Unit Standard 86 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft air data instrument system components (altitude controllers, engine pressure ratio transducers, air data computers, total air temperature probes, Static Air Temperature and True Air Speed computers, encoding and barometric altimeters, altitude encoders, airspeed indicators, Machmeters and vertical speed indicators) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair and recondition activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft flight data recording equipment
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22933.

3973 Unit Standard 66 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft flight data recording equipment (flight data entry panel components, sensors, flight data recorders, flight data acquisition units) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft electronic instrument displays
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22562, unit standard 22563, and unit standard 22564.

3974 Unit Standard 78 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft electronic instrument displays (multi function displays, character generators, symbol generators) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft electrical power supply and distribution system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22565, unit standard 22566, unit standard 22567, and unit standard 22568.

3975 Unit Standard 50 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft electrical power supply and distribution system components (solid state invertors, regulators, warning indicators, transformer-rectifiers, circuit protection devices, control units, external power control) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft Doppler navigation system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4

3976 Unit Standard 78 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft Doppler navigation system components (transmitter-receivers, controllers, antennas, waveguides) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft electrical and electronic switching equipment
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22934.

3977 Unit Standard 20 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft electrical and electronic switching equipment to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair and/or recondition aircraft gyroscopic instrument system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22935.

3980 Unit Standard 70 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft gyroscopic instrument system components (rate gyros, displacement gyros, directional gyros, vertical gyros, turn and slip indicators, artificial horizons, directional indicators, turn coordinators) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair and recondition activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair and/or recondition aircraft primary airborne radar system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22569, and unit standard 22570.

3985 Unit Standard 85 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft primary airborne radar system components (transmitters-receivers or transceivers, antennas, waveguides, waveguide switches, control panels, displays) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair and recondition activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft ground proximity warning system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22936.

3986 Unit Standard 58 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft ground proximity warning system components to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft reciprocating engine ignition system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22937.

3987 Unit Standard 30 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft reciprocating engine ignition system components (magnetos, ignition harnesses, spark plugs, capacitive discharge ignitors) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft radio and radar altimeter system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22938.

3988 Unit Standard 60 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft radio and radar altimeter system components (transmitter-receivers, radio altimeters, antennas) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft radar navigation system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22571, unit standard 22572, and unit standard 22573.

3989 Unit Standard 70 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft radar navigation system components (distance measuring equipment (DME) transmitter-receivers, controllers and antennas; secondary surveillance radar (SSR) transmitter-receivers, controllers and antennas) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft radio navigation system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22574, unit standard 22575, and unit standard 22576.

3990 Unit Standard 70 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft radio navigation system components (very high frequency omnidirectional range finding (VOR) receivers, controllers, and antennas; localiser receivers, controllers, and antennas; glide slope receivers, controllers, and antennas; marker beacon receivers and antennas; aerial direction finder (ADF) receivers, controllers, and antennas) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft direct reading instrument system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22939.

3991 Unit Standard 50 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft direct reading instrument system components (pressure gauges, voltmeters, ammeters, clocks, accelerometers, thermometers, tachometers, annunciator panels) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft remote reading flight instruments and components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22968.

3992 Unit Standard 70 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft remote reading flight instruments and components (horizontal situation indicators, attitude and direction/flight director indicators, automatic direction finders, instrument landing systems, radio magnetic indicators, omnidirectional bearing indicators, vertical speed indicators, altimeters, air speed indicators/machmeters, bearing distance heading indicators) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft remote reading quantitative instruments and components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22940.

3993 Unit Standard 70 Credits

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People completing this unit standard are able to return aircraft remote reading quantitative instruments and components (quantity indicators and transmitters, flow indicators and transmitters, electromechanical indicators, position indicators and transmitters, temperature indicators and transmitters, pressure indicators and transmitters, tacho generators and instruments) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft gas turbine engine ignition system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22941.

3995 Unit Standard 35 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return gas turbine engine ignition system components (high energy igniter units, ignition control units, harnesses, igniters) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair aircraft electric cabin heating system components
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22942.

3997 Unit Standard 25 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft electric cabin heating system components (bimetallic and resistive pressure sensors, controllers, electric heaters) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Repair and/or recondition aircraft electrical rotating machines
This standard has expired and is no longer available.

Version 4 This unit standard has been replaced by unit standard 22943.

4000 Unit Standard 52 Credits

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People credited with this unit standard are able to return aircraft electrical rotating machines (AC and DC motors, generators, alternators, actuators, inverters) to a serviceable condition by disassembling, checking for and reporting damage, repairing, modifying or replacing parts, reassembling, testing and documenting the work. The repair and recondition activities referred to in this unit standard are those that are usually carried out in a specialist bay or workshop on components that have been removed from the aircraft.

Standard-setting body:

ServiceIQ - ATTTO - Aeronautical Engineering Advisory Group

Data as at 27 February 2024