EASA Part-66 Exam Booking
What are EASA Part-66 examinations?
These are the seventeen (14 + 3) EASA recognised modules required on the journey towards becoming an licensed aircraft maintenance engineer. Due to the high standards of these exams, they are recognised industry-wide as a test of competence for aspiring licensed aircraft maintenance engineers.
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|Module 3||Electrical Fundamentals|
|Module 4||Electronic Fundamentals|
|Module 5||Digital Techniques/Electronic Instrumental Systems|
|Module 6||Materials & Hardware|
|Module 7||Maintenance Practices|
|Module 8||Basic Aerodynamics|
|Module 9||Human Factors|
|Module 10||Aviation Legislation|
|Module 11||Aeroplanes Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems|
|Module 12||Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems|
|Module 13||Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems|
|Module 15||Gas Turbine Engine|
|Module 16||Piston Engine|
What is EASA Part-66 Licensing ?
In order to obtain a license from most countries*, you need to to follow the EASA Part-66 route :-
We will assist all candidates with their licensing applications although to our fullest abilities, however it must be stated that the final outcome is up to the relevant authority.
Once the local licensing authority qualifies a candidate for a license, converting licence from one country to another is a fairly straight forward procedure especially due to the extremely high demand for licensed aircraft engineers. This process usually requires the re-doing of a maximum of 1 to 2 EASA modules (usually Legislation, Module 10).
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