EASA Category A Part-66 Licence

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About the course

This course will provide students with the relevant knowledge and experience required for engineers to be able to maintain work on an aircraft within the Category A licence authority.

Entry Requirements

Students will need:

  • 4 GCSEs grade C or above including English, Math and Science or relevant Level 2 qualifications with Merit, including Functional Skills
  • Experience in the industry or mechanical practical experience would be an advantage
What will I do on this course?

Students will study the following modules:

  • M1 Maths
  • M2 Physics
  • M3 Electrical Fundamentals
  • M5 Digital Techniques
  • M6 Materials and Hardware
  • M7 Maintenance Practices
  • M8 Aerodynamics
  • M9 Human Factors
  • M10 Aviation Legislation
  • M11 Aeroplanes, Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
  • M15 Gas Turbine Engines
  • M17 Propellers
Who is it for?

This course is ideal for inexperienced or potential engineers who are seeking qualifications and experience to enable them to apply for a European Aviation Safety (EASA) Category A Part 66 Licence.

How Is this course assessed?

Students will be assessed through:

  • Exams
  • Essays
What could I do next?

After completing the course, students can:

  • Work in the Aircraft Maintenance Industry as a mechanic
  • Apply for a B1 or B2 EASA courses
  • Use it for enhancements for the military
Additional cost

There is an additional placement fee of £500 for this course.

Interview

You will need an interview for this course.

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How old will you be when the course starts?

16-18 19+
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