Over the past 12 years Hawk Enterprises L.L.C.’s Training Department has executed in excess of 275 Instructor Based Instruction Classes in multiple World Wide locations. This effort has provided sustainment training to 3300+ students. Our Instructors and Developers are certified by TRADOC in Instructor Training Course (ITC), Systems Approach to Training (SAT), Automated System Approach to Training (ASAT), Training Development Capability (TDC), and Small Group Instruction (SGI). This knowledge base makes Hawk a key element in the delivery of quality training to the customer. Hawk was a key member on the QinetiQ North America New Equipment Training (NET) ULLS-A (E) team. Since Fielding of the ULLS-A (E), Hawk has provided sustainment training to the War Fighter, at various locations. Additionally, Hawk has maintained the ULLS-A (E) SCP-6 Technical Forum for over 4 years.
We provide on-site military logistics training.
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|H-60 A/L AVIONICS SYSTEMS COURSE||This course provides aircraft operators and maintenance personnel with an overview of the various Avionics Systems used in the different H-60A/L Avionics configurations. Each lesson topic includes: System Description and Purpose Component Description and Location System Principles of Operation Equipment Operation Operator/Crew Testing and Troubleshooting||[View Course Details]|
|H-60 A/L AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM (AFCS) COURSE||This course provides technical instruction on the AFCS system to qualified maintenance personnel (Aircraft Electricians / Avionics Technicians). Attendees should be familiar with the H60A/L aircraft, and basic electrical and electronic principles. Topics include: System description and purpose Components and locations In depth principles of operation System testing and troubleshooting||[View Course Details]|
|H-60 TECHNICAL INSPECTORS (TI) COURSE||This course is intended for current and future H-60 Technical inspectors, as well as maintenance personnel desiring a detailed understanding of Aircraft Forms and Records. Topics include: TI Duties and Responsibilities Office Files and Maintaining Records Safety/Safety Programs In-depth Instructions for Preparation of Aircraft and Component Historical RecordsForms and Records In-depth Instructions for Preparation of Aircraft Forms and Records, ULLS-A (E) and Paper Aircraft Visual Inspections Corrosion Identification One Hundred Percent Aircraft Inspections||[View Course Details]|
|H-60 SYSTEMS FAMILIARIZATION STAFF COURSE||This course provides staff, managers, and system specialists an overview of the H-60A/L/M helicopter and its operating systems. It is specifically designed for those personnel in a program support role and not an operational user. Topics include: General aircraft information Systems description and purpose System components and location||[View Course Details]|
|H-60 A/L/M SYSTEMS FAMILIARIZATION COURSE||This course provides an overview of the H-60A/L/M helicopter and its operating systems. It is specifically designed for the operational user. Topics include: General aircraft information System description and purpose Component description and location||[View Course Details]|
|H-60 HYDRAULICS SYSTEMS COURSE||This course provides technical training on Aircraft Hydraulic Systems, Main Landing Gear system, Main Rotor Head Dampers, Rotor Brake, and Rescue Hoist systems to qualified maintenance personnel. Topics include: Systems description and purpose Components and locations Testing and troubleshooting||[View Course Details]|
|H-60 FLIGHT CONTROL RIGGING COURSE||This course provides a complete understanding of all adjustable and non-adjustable flight control components related to rigging of the main and tail rotor systems to qualified maintenance personnel. Topics include: System description Components and locations In-depth rigging adjustment procedures||[View Course Details]|
|H-60 BLADE DE-ICE (BDI) SYSTEM COURSE||This course provides technical training to qualified maintenance personnel (Aircraft Electricians) in the H-60 BDI system. Attendees should be familiar with the H-60 Aircraft and basic electrical/electronic principles. Topics include: System description and purpose Component description and location In-depth system principles of operation Testing and troubleshooting||[View Course Details]|