LPAE Aircraft Line Mechanic Course
LPAE is proud to present the ALMC or Aircraft Line-Mechanic Course
Based on the EASA (European Air Safety Agency) Part-66 Cat A1 licence pathway and using a combination of academic, practical, professional and On The Job (OJT) training and examinations, we prepare students for engineering careers in overseas airlines and MRO’s(Maintenance, Repair and Overhauls). As Sri Lanka’s first and only EASA Part-66 examination centre, we have tailored this course to meet the extremely high demand in airlines for aircraft line-mechanics, trained to EASA (European Air Safety Agency) standards and nothing less.
Our close partnership with Singapore Airlines Engineering Philippines (SIAEP) and Vietnam Airlines Engineering Company (VAECO) has allowed us to develop a high-quality training program that is recognized by foreign EASA Part-145 organisations (e.g. Singapore Airlines, Etihad Airways, Trans Maldivian Airways), at an affordable cost for the local market.
Serious and passionate aspiring aviation engineers hoping for a long and fruitful career in aircraft maintenance engineering are welcome to join our 2019 intake.
Who are Line Mechanics?
Line mechanics are the backbone of the the aircraft maintenance engineering world – they repair, refuel and prepare aircraft for safe flight. Without them, the aircraft, the pilots and its passengers cannot take to the skies. They are a vital role in aviation engineering and are responsible for the safety of the lives of all those who fly in aircraft.
- GCE (O/L) Sri Lanka 06 passes including credits in Mathematics, Science and English.
- GCE (O/L) London 06 passes including credits in Mathematics, Physics and English.
- Those who have done GCE (A/L) Sri Lanka/London in Mathematics or Biology stream will have an added advantage in selection.
- Should possess fair English speaking and writing skills.