EASA Engineer Course

Basic Training For Category A1 + B1.1 Exams

Category - A1 (Aeroplanes Turbine) / B1.1 (Aeroplanes Turbine)

This full-time training course provides basic knowledge (Theoretical Training), basic experience (Practical Training) and discount of work experience from 3 years to 1 year* in terms of required practical experience to apply for the EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance License (AML).

Key Feature

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Joint education training program

With partners from Europe and MRO

Our mission is to ensure a qualified training program for our students.
With the big network that Wefly has established in aviation industry, we are capable of providing our students with theoretical and practical training from EASA Part-147 certified program and practical training with aircrafts using our facility and our MRO partners’ facility.

2

Gateway to opportunities

Suitable for every academic background

Based on the course content and language convenience, this course is suitable for every person who wishes to become an aircraft maintenance engineer. With EASA, your pathway to career opportunities will be widened since EASA is the current standard in aviation.

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Key element to EASA License

Apply for license in 1-2 years after graduation

After finishing our program, students will be able to apply for EASA License in as short as 1 year or 2 years according to the program you take and the type of license you apply for. By that, we offer a short course training that shorten the required basic knowledge training hour which is verry advantageous for applying the AML.

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Full equipped practical training

EASA certified facility

Wefly provides the certified training facility from EASA authority for our students, from the theretical training facility to the practical training facility in order to ensure that our students will get the best training quality and knowledge to kick off their aircraft maintenance career.

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Shortcut course for AME: 800 hours only

EASA certified facility

In compliance with EASA Part-66 Regulations, our course provides the fastest training and allows you to start working in MRO in only 800 hours of training.

Course Timeline Details

Course Learning Flow

• 800 hours, Theoretical: 260 hours, Practical: 540 hours
• trained in English
• Support in Thailand from local instructors

Training activities are divided into theoretical (260 hours) and practical (540 hours).
Theoretical activities (6 hours a day) are performed into classrooms by morning and afternoon sessions.
Practical activities (8 hours a day) are performed into hangar and workshops (metal sheet and electrical/electronic) by morning and afternoon sessions.

Course learning flow

260 hours

Theoretical Training

All enrolled students in EASA Engineer Course will learn about theories related to airplanes turbine which comprises of the 12 modules for Category A1 and 13 modules for category B1.1.

Modules Exams

Category
A1

12 modules

Category
B1.1

13 modules

After the theoretical training is completed, all enrolled students are required to take modules exams which consists of 12 Modules for Category A1 and 13 modules for Category B1.1. Category A1 consists of the same modules as Category B1.1 but Category B1.1 modules’ syllabus are more advanced compared to Category A1.

540 hours

Practical Training

The students will conduct practical training in our maintenance facilities covering the most significant maintenance activities (aircraft maintenance environment, mechanic, electrical, metal sheet, avionics, trouble shooting).

Practical Training in Part-145 MRO

30% of the practical training is performed in real maintenance (MRO) working environment in order for our students to become familiar with MRO daily operations and to work within a team of experienced and certified engineers.

graduates

After completing EASA ENGINEER COURSE

After course completion, students will be able to apply for EASA Part-66 License in 1 year* for category A1 and, after an additional 2 years*, for category B1.1.

Wefly will issue a certificate of recognition (CoR) for all applicable modules (classroom, exam and assessment, if required) under EASA Part-147. Additional minimum of 1 year (for Category A1) or 3 year (for Category B1.1) experiences working in Part-145/MRO permits the students to apply for the EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance License.

*Without EASA Engineer Course, a 3/5 years work experience is required for the same EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance License.

Theoretical Training

exams: 260 hours

At the end of each training module an exam is held (Multi Choice Question and/or Essay question). The minimum pass rate is 75 % as for EASA regulations.

Here after the applicability of each module according to the main category/sub-category.​

  • Topics:
  1. Arithmetic
  2. Algebra
  3. Geometry
 
  • Exam: 32 multi-choice questions.
  • Duration: 40 minutes

  • Topics:
  1. Materials
  2. Mechanics
    1. Statics
    2. Kinematics
    3. Dynamics
    4. Fluid dynamics
  3. Thermodynamics
  4. Optics (Light)
  5. Displacement of waves and sound
 
  • Exam: 52 multi-choice questions.
  • Duration: 65 minutes
 

  • Topics:
  1. Electron theory
  2. Static electricity and conduction
  3. Electrical terminology
  4. Generation of electricity
  5. Direct current energy sources
  6. Direct current circuits
  7. Resistance/resistors
  8. Power
  9. Capacitance/capacitor
  10. Magnetism
  11. Inductance/inductor
  12. Direct current motor/generator theory
  13. Alternating current theory
  14. Resistive (R), capacitive (C) and inductive (L) circuits
  15. Transformers
  16. Filters
  17. Alternating current generators
  18. Alternating current motors
 
  • Exam: 52 multi-choice questions.
  • Duration: 65 minutes

  • Topics:
  1. Semiconductors
    1. Diodes
    2. Transistors
    3. Integrated circuits
  2. Printed circuits
  3. Servomechanisms

 

  • Exam: 20 multi-choice questions.
  • Duration: 25 minutes

  • Topics:
  1. Electronic instrumentation systems
  2. Numeration systems
  3. Data conversion
  4. Data bus
  5. Logic circuits
  6. Basic computer structure
  7. Microprocessors
  8. Integrated circuits
  9. Multiplexing
  10. Optical fiber
  11. Electronic displays
  12. Electrostatic-sensitive devices
  13. Software management control
  14. Electromagnetic environment
  15. Characteristic electronic/digital aircraft systems

 

  • Exam: 40 multi-choice questions.
  • Duration: 50 minutes
                         

  • Topics:
  1. Electronic instrumentation systems
  2. Numeration systems
  3. Data conversion
  4. Data bus
  5. Logic circuits
  6. Basic computer structure
  7. Microprocessors
  8. Integrated circuits
  9. Multiplexing
  10. Optical fiber
  11. Electronic displays
  12. Electrostatic-sensitive devices
  13. Software management control
  14. Electromagnetic environment
  15. Characteristic electronic/digital aircraft systems

 

  • Exam: 72 multi-choice questions.
  • Duration: 90 minutes
 

  • Topics:
  1. Safety measures — Aircraft and workshop
  2. Workshop operations
  3. Tools
  4. General avionics test equipment
  5. Design drawings, diagrams and standards
  6. Play and tolerances
  7. Electrical cables and connectors
  8. Riveting
  9. Pipes and flexible hoses
  10. Springs
  11. Bearings
  12. Transmissions
  13. Control cables
  14. Materials handling
  15. 1 Sheet metal
  16. 2 Composite and non-metallic materials
  17. Welding, hard soldering, soft soldering and gluing
  18. Aircraft weight and centering
  19. Handling and storage of aircraft
  20. Disassembly, inspection, repair and assembly techniques
  21. Abnormal events
  22. Maintenance procedures
  • Exam: 80 multi-choice questions and 2 essay questions.
  • Duration: 100 minutes
 
 

  • Topics:
  1. Physics of the atmosphere
  2. Aerodynamics
  3. Theory of flight
  4. Flight stability and dynamics

 

  • Exam: 20 multi-choice questions
  • Duration: 25 minutes

  • Topics:
  1. General
  2. Human performance and limitations
  3. Social psychology
  4. Factors affecting performance
  5. Physical environment
  6. Tasks
  7. Communication
  8. Human error
  9. Hazards in the workplace

 

  • Exam: 20 multi-choice questions and 1 essay questions.
  • Duration: 25 minutes
 

  • Topics:
  1. Regulatory framework
  2. Certifying Staff — Maintenance
  3. Approved maintenance organizations
  4. Air operations
  5. Certification of aircraft, components and devices
  6. Continuing airworthiness
  7. National and international specifications applicable for (if not European)

 

  • Exam: 40 multi-choice questions and 1 essay questions.
  • Duration: 50 minutes
  • Topics:
  1. Theory of flight
    1. Aircraft aerodynamics and flight controls
    2. High-speed flight
  2. Airframe structures — General concepts
  3. Airframe structures — Aircraft
    1. Fuselage (ATA 52/53/56)
    2. Fuselage (ATA 52/53/56)
    3. Stabilizers (ATA 55)
    4. Flight control surfaces (ATA 55/57)
    5. Nacelles/Pylons (ATA 54)
  4. Air conditioning and cabin pressurization
    1. 1 Air supply
    2. 2 Air conditioning
    3. 3 Pressurization
    4. 4 Warning and safety devices
  5. Instruments and avionics systems
    1. Instrumentation systems (ATA 31)
    2. Avionics Systems
  6. Electrical power (ATA 24)
  7. Equipment and furnishings (ATA 25)
  8. Fire Protection (ATA 26)
  9. Flight controls (ATA 27)
  10. Fuel systems (ATA 28)
  11. Hydraulic power (ATA 29)
  12. Ice and rain protection (ATA 30)
  13. Landing gear (ATA 32)
  14. Lights (ATA 33)
  15. Oxygen (ATA 35)
  16. Pneumatic/vacuum (ATA 36)
  17. Water/waste (ATA 38)
  18. Onboard maintenance systems (ATA 45)
  19. Integrated modular avionics (ATA 42)
  20. Cabin system (ATA 44)
  21. Information systems (ATA 46)

 

  • Exam: 140 multi-choice questions 
  • Duration: 175 minutes

 

  • Topics:
  1. Basic principles
  2. Engine performance
  3. Intake
  4. Compressors
  5. Combustion section
  6. Turbine section
  7. Exhaust
  8. Bearings and seals
  9. Lubricants and fuels
  10. Lubrication circuits
  11. Fuel systems
  12. Air circuits
  13. Start and ignition circuits
  14. Engine indication systems
  15. Power increase systems
  16. Turboprops
  17. Turboshafts
  18. Auxiliary power units (APU)
  19. Engine installation
  20. Fire protection systems
  21. Engine monitoring and ground operation
  22. Engine storage and preservation

 

  • Exam: 72 multi-choice questions
  • Duration: 90 minutes

  • Topics:
  1. Basic principles
  2. Propeller construction
  3. Propeller pitch control
  4. Propeller synchronizing
  5. Propeller ice protection
  6. Propeller maintenance
  7. Propeller storage and preservation

 

  • Exam: 32 multi-choice questions
  • Duration: 40 minutes

 

Practical Training

540 hours

Total of 540 practical training hours (about 68 training days) covering the most significant maintenance activities (aircraft maintenance environment, mechanic, electrical, metal sheet, avionics, trouble shooting)

Students will perform practical training in our maintenance facilities.
30% of the practical training will be perform in real maintenance (MRO) working environment.

Suitable For

  • This certified courses is for person wishing to start a career into aviation as certified engineer.
  • Due the course content and duration, it is suitable for any person even if without any previous experience or knowledge into this field.

Pre-requisites

Due the course content and duration, it is suitable for any person even if without any previous experience or knowledge into this field.

Knowledge of English language is required due the fact all training activities and training materials are in English language.

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