Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (EASA Approved)
The programme is designed to bring students through the fundamentals of Aircraft System Design, Human Factors, Maintenance Practices and Aviation Legislation required to become a competent Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
On successful completion of the programme, participants will be capable of carrying out maintenance work on large passenger aircraft. The two-year Aircraft Maintenance Engineer programme is fully approved by EASA.
The syllabus and examination standard is outlined in the EASA Part 66 regulation.
The duration of the training is two years: 50% Theoretical and 50% Practical Training. The Theoretical training programme is divided into 12 modules with a multiple-choice examination at the end of each module.
- Prep Work 0
- Work Ex. 0
- Duration 2 Years
- Skill level Diploma in Aviation Maintenance from recognized AME College
- Language English
- Students 2
- Assessments Yes