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EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence – Category B
This training program is designed to provide the attendees with full basic knowledge for category B licence according to the EASA Part-66 regulation. The course includes both theoretical and practical training to meet the qualification standards of EASA Aircraft Maintenance Licence.
The training program last for 80 training weeks plus annual leave of 5 weeks each year and public holidays (less than 2 years in all).
The first 12 months of the course are common to all licence categories, therefore students do not need to make a decision regarding whether to follow Mechanical (B1) or Avionic (B2) licensing until the second year of the course.
According with EASA Part-66, the following topics will be addressed:
- Module 1– Mathematics
- Module 2 – Physics
- Module 3 – Electrical fundamentals
- Module 4 – Electronic fundamentals
- Module 5 – Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems
- Module 6 – Materials and Hardware
- Module 7A – Maintenance Practices
- Module 8 – Basic Aerodynamics
- Module 9A – Human Factors
- Module 10 – Aviation Legislation
- Module 11A – Turbine Airplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
- Module 13: Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
- Module 14: Propulsion
- Module 15 – Gas Turbine Engine
- Module 17A – Propeller.
At the end of each module an examination is held (MCQ and Essay question format as applicable). The minimum examination pass mark is 75 % according to EASA regulations. At the completion of practical training period a practical assessment is carried out by a practical assessors.
The objectives of this course are:
- Obtain the basic knowledge levels as defined in the Part-66 regulation.
- Gain the required competence in performing safe maintenance, inspections and scheduled works according to the aircraft maintenance instructions.
Who should attend
This course is intended for individuals that wishing to establish a career in the aviation industry as licenced Aircraft Maintenance engineer – category B.
- Secondary education level or equivalent; and
- basic knowledge of the English Language.
80 training weeks (2400 hours) – 5 lessons per week which starts at 09.00 and ends at 4.30 pm with adequate breaks each day.