EASA Part 147 Aircraft Maintenance Training





Awarding Body




About the course

We offer the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 147 - Aircraft Maintenance Training.

You will be working towards one of the most widely recognised and accepted international qualification standards in the industry today.

Please note the course fees are £9500 per academic year (the course lasts for two years and one term). For the final term, students are on work placement. Placement fees will be confirmed by the tutor.

Entry Requirements

  • A level Maths grade C or above

  • A level Science/Physics grade C or above

  • A Level English D or above


  • 5 GCSEs at grade 9 to 5

  • Other Qualifications will be considered on a case by case basis

  • Previous experience in the aviation industry

  • Previous engineering experience



  • All candidates who do not have the A level qualifications will have to be assessed. The candidates will take an assessment test to evaluate their maths and science capability. The Interviewer will give details

What will I do on this course?

Course duration is 2 years and 1 term. Our programme is structured so that in the first year students study generic subjects within a comprehensive syllabus that provides coverage of core subjects and fundamentals. In the second year students will focus their studies on their chosen route of either of the Mechanical Systems (B1) or Avionics (B2) disciplines. The EASA course also offers the opportunity for students to work on live aircraft at an Aircraft Maintenance Organisation either in the UK or overseas.

All students study generic modules:

  • B1/B2 Mathematics
  • B1/B2 Physics
  • B1/B2 Electrical Fundamentals
  • B1/B2 Electronic Fundamentals
  • B1/B2 Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems
  • B1/B2 Materials and Hardware
  • B1/B2 Maintenance Practices
  • B1/B2 Basic Aerodynamics

Year 2 

You will choose between studying B1 Mechanical Systems or B2 Avionics.

  • B1/B2 Human Factors
  • B1/B2 Aviation Legislation
  • B1 Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
  • B1 Gas Turbine Engine
  • B1 Propeller
  • B2 Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
  • B2 Propulsion   

Year 3    

  • 10 Weeks Continuous Maintenance Experience (CME)
  •  The CME will take place during the final term of the course, dates subject to the availability of aircraft.
  • The final term will enable students to revise and re-sit examinations
Who is it for?
  • This course is for people interested in a high-flying career in the Civil Aviation Industry.
How Is this course assessed?
  • Exams (Multi Choice)-Pass Mark 75%
  • Exam Essay- Pass Mark 75%
  • Practical Assignments
  • Attendance 90% required
  • All student have to attend at least 90% attendance during each module training.
What could I do next?
  • Employment as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer
  • Gain 3 years industry experience to become fully licenced
  • Worldwide employability
Additional cost

You must bring an electronic device capable of reading colour PDF documents (Laptop / iPad etc.) as all course materials are supplied on CD-Rom or are downloadable from the college systems.

You will also need memory sticks to store your work.

You will be issued Module notes in Black and white. Electronic copies will be in Colour


For the practical aspects of the course you will need to purchase the Uniform/clothing (approx. £50).

Placement Cost

The Training Manager will endeavour to provide suitable placements. The cost will be around £600 to cover audit and administrative costs. The Organisation who provide the Continued Maintenance Experience May charge for this service.



How old will you be when the course starts?

16-18 19+
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