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Airbus A320

CBT or eLearning Development Services for A320 Training

Airbus A320 CBT or eLearning

Sphaera has successfully designed and delivered CBT and eLearning for various types of commercial aircraft and military aircraft. If you need to develop a new training material or update any existing courses, then we can help you. 

All the examples of CBT below can be extended and contextualised to suit any specific requirements or equipment fit.

Airbus A320 CBT for EFIS and ECAM

The A320 provides an excellent example of an electronic instrument system (EIS).

This CBT delivers approximately 25 minutes of fully-featured student self-paced training covering the EFIS and ECAM (featuring narration, interactivity, embedded questions and remedial branching).

Airbus A320 Hydraulics System CBT

This A320 hydraulic system overview is an example of material that could be delivered as CBT within a classroom or as part of an online eLearning package. 

It features sharp, clear and colourful images to describe the purpose and function of the green, yellow and blue hydraulic systems, their normal sources of power, back-up supplies, distribution and their associated cockpit controls and indications.

Material like this can be extended and contextualised to suit any specific requirements or equipment fit.

Airbus A320 Electrical Distribution System CBT

This interactive A320 electical distribution system can be built-up as a series of easy to understand steps, allowing the instructor to clearly explain the functions of each component as they are introduced.

To aid the students’ understanding, components such as busbars, switches, relays, generators, circuit breakers, inverters and TRUs are all interactive (can be operated by clicking with the mouse).

CFM56 turbofan being built up in stages (LP, HP, induction, compression, combustion, exhaust)

The CFM56 is used to power the Airbus A320 family (A318, A319, A320 and A321), the A340 and also the Boeing 737.

Like most turbofan engines, the CFM56 is a twin-spool design. The first spool, known as the low-pressure (LP) spool, features a fan and three-stage low-pressure compressor (LPC) driven by a four-stage low-pressure turbine (LPT). The second spool, known as the high-pressure (HP) spool, supplies HP air to the combustion section of the engine and features a nine-stage high-pressure compressor (HPC) driven by a single-stage high-pressure turbine (HPT).

We have a large set of clear schematic images for this engine and its associated cockpit instrumentation, which can be used to quickly create bespoke training material to match your specific training requirements.

If you are an A320 operator and require development of training material or training media to enhance your existing courses, simply contact us!