Aircraft Mechanics

Aircraft maintenance training

Licence 66 Ab Initio : B1.1, B1.2 & B2

Basic theorical training

OBJECTIVES

- Enable participants, working in PART 145 or M approved organizations, to exercise their skills and duties (as Certifying staff) in Europe and its member States.

- Prepare participants to the different exams included in Part 66 License (basic training).

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Personnel who need to be granted an EASA PART 66 licence.

Qualified maintenance mechanics (PART 145) who wish to extend their knowledge on the subject.

Former military mechanics who wish to move to a civilian professional activity.

TRAINING METHODS

- Combination of theoretical courses and interactive presentations

- On-site simulator sessions (ATR, Boeing 737 and Airbus A320)

- On-site visits of aircrafts under maintenance or fabrication

- Documentation provided to the participants

- For E-learning/Blended, consult our corporate training policy










Formation Mecanicien Licence 66









PROGRAMME

FORMATION         EASA


- Module 1: Mathematics

- Module 2: Physics

- Module 3: Electricity basic principles

- Module 4: Electronic Fundamentals

- Module 5: Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems

- Module 6: Materials and equipment

- Module 7A: Maintenance Procedures

- Module 8: Basic Aerodynamics

- Module 9A: Human factors

- Module 10: Aviation regulation

- Module 11A: Turbine-engine Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems

- Module 11B: Pistons-engine Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems

- Module 13: Avionic Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems

- Module 14: Propulsion

- Module 15: Gas Turbine Engine

- Module 16: Piston engine

- Module 17A: Propellers

The training and its related exams are compliant with Appendix III of Annex III to EU 1321/2014 regulation, latest issue.


AIR FORMATION commitments:
- Individual supervision of applicants,

- Constant relationship with applicants,

- Exam-tutoring via training tests.

TYPES OF LICENCES

- Licence B1.1 Maintenance of mechanical and electrical systems on turbine-engine aircraft.

- Licence B1.2 Maintenance of mechanical and electrical systems on piston-engine aircraft.

- Licence B2 Maintenance of avionic and electrical systems.














RATES PER MODULES AND PER TYPE OF TRAINING
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1 - Mathematics

Applies to Licences B1.1, B2 and B1.2


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2 - Physics

Applies to Licences B1.1, B2 and B1.2


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3 - Electricity basic principles

Applies to Licences B1.1, B2 and B1.2


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4 - Electronic Fundamentals

Applies to Licences B1.1, B2 and B1.2


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5 - Digital techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems

Applies to Licences B1.1, B2 and B1.2

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6 - Materials and equipment


Applies to Licences B1.1 B2 and B1.2

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7A - Maintenance procedures


Applies to Licences B1.1 B2 and B1.2

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8 - Basic Aerodynamics


Applies to Licences B1.1 B2 and B1.2

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9 - Human Factors


Applies to Licences B1.1 B2 and B1.2

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10 - Aviation Regulation


Applies to Licences B1.1, B2 and B1.2

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11A - Turbine-engine Aircraft Aerodynalmics, Structures and Systems

Applies to Licence B1.1

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11B - Pistons-engine Aircraft Aerodynamics Structures and Systems

Applies to Licence B1.2

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13 - Avionic Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems


Applies to Licence B2
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14 - Propulsion

Applies to Licence B2


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15 - Gas Turbine Engine

Applies to Licence B1.1


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16 - Pistons engines

Applies to Licence B1.2


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17A - Propellers

Applies to Licences B1.1 et B1.2


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