Engine Business Academy


Effective Training and Presentation Techniques

Instructor-led course


Course Code:216
Duration:4 Days

What you’ll learn:
You will be able to describe the principles and skills of the effective instructor, demonstrate the skills of an effective instructor, use the standard CTC Plan of Instruction document in the classroom and evaluate the performance of yourself and fellow instructors.

Who can take this course:
  • Personnel responsible for classroom instruction, meetings and speaking in front of groups of all sizes.

Introduction to Gas Turbine Engines

Instructor-led course


Course Code:109-1
Duration:1 Day

What you’ll learn:
You will be able to identify the major gas turbine engine, nacelle, and engine system components, name the different types of gas turbine engines and state, in general terms, engine economics.

Who can take this course:
  • Commercial Technicians and Pratt & Whitney employees with supervisor's permission.

Commercial Engine Business Overview

Instructor-led course


Course Code:5000
Duration:1 Day

What you’ll learn:
You will have an understanding of a high-level insight of CE business activities.

Who can take this course:
  • Pratt & Whitney personnel who need general knowledge of CE Business.

Market – EBA Superday

Instructor-led course


Course Code:5012
Duration:1 Day

What you’ll learn:
You will have a general understanding of product and services of the commercial engine business including the history, aviation environment, the P&W commercial engines and services (Engine Wise) portfolio, and a high-level understanding of the GTF and its market. This includes the philosophy behind the leasing business, and how it operates from ways they acquire their airplanes to how they interact with the airlines and the pricing strategy.

Who can take this course:
  • Personnel who need a general knowledge of the CE Products and Services portfolio, CE Marketing Department, airline performance and economics and Global Leasing business.

Selling – EBA Superday

Instructor-led course


Course Code:5013
Duration:1 Day

What you’ll learn:
You will have a general understanding of operational analytics and how they support the sales proposal process including knowledge of the ICE model and shop visit forecast inputs and outputs. Gain an understanding of the Engine Services Fleet Programs campaign support team and what products they support. Get to know FMP's in more detail and offerings that support the NEO. And, understand the contracts management group, their role in the campaign process, and a more in-depth knowledge of the services the organization provides. Lastly, you will have a better understanding of the campaign analysis group and their role including an overview of the campaign process, development and explanation of the cost sheet and FMP rate matrices.

Who can take this course:
  • P&W personnel who need an overview and general knowledge of the Operational Analytics and the ICE model, the engine services fleet programs campaign support team, the contracts management group, and the campaign analysis group.

Support – EBA Superday

Instructor-led course


Course Code:5014
Duration:1 Day

What you’ll learn:
You will have a general understanding of Data that is used to support the commercial engine business, how it is gathered, analyzed, used and its impact on the industry. In addition, the ways in which the Warranty group supports our customers from a contractual perspective including an overview of the types of support, how LLPs and primary parts are handled, and the different types of special support programs. Lastly, the student will have a general understanding of both P&W Engine Leasing and their Customer Technical Services groups, their roles and responsibilities, their goals, and how they support the customer.

Who can take this course:
  • P&W personnel who needs an overview and general knowledge of the Data and Commercial Engine Business, Warranty, and P&W Engine Leasing groups.