1. Get the required basic knowledge levels as defined in the Part-66 regulation.
2. Get the required competence/experience in performing safe maintenance, inspections and scheduled works according to the aircraft maintenance instructions.
This certified course includes the following modules:
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 12 – Turbine Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems*
Module 15 – Gas Turbine Engine
Module 17A – Propeller.
* – for this module only seminars and exam will be provided
Training activities are divided into theoretical (1440 hours) and practical (960 hours).
Theoretical activities (6 hours a day) are performed into classrooms by morning and afternoon sessions.
Practical activities (7 hours a day) are performed into hangar and workshops (metal sheet and electrical/electronic) by morning and afternoon sessions.
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.
A practical assessment is performed at the end of the practical activities.
Duration is 2400 hours, 60% theoretical and 40% practical.
It is about 80 calendar weeks, less than 2 years.
– high-school/vocational school diploma or equivalent (suggested but not mandatory)
– basic knowledge of the English language.
Preliminary intensive English courses are available on request.