Course overviewCAA/EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Level 3 Part 66 City of Bristol College
This two-year, full-time course will teach you about aircraft maintenance.
You will be required to complete 864 hours of training to achieve the qualification including in excess of 90% attendance.
This equates to 14 hours a week (2 days) for around 36 weeks.
Dates and applications
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|Course Code||Dates||Duration||Days||Hours per week||Start Time||Location||Fee|
|LPF1577A01-1||04/09/2023 - 21/06/2024||2 years||Groups (mixed days)||Enquire||08:30||Parkway Centre||Apply|
|LPF1577A01-1||02/09/2024 - 20/06/2025||2 years||Date/Day(s) Being Finalised||Enquire||08:30||Parkway Centre||
This course is still in its planning phase; course details - including fee information - are subject to change. In June, course details will be finalised and enrolment will open.
Who is this course for?
If you are looking for a career in the Aviation Industry and you’re interested in aircraft maintenance, then this is the course for you.
What you'll learn
As well as working towards achieving the City and Guilds Aeronautical Engineering and Maintenance, you will also be able to take the exams for your CAA and EASA modules which you will need in order to become a licensed engineer.
You will also be issued with a tablet to store all of your student notes.
Course entry requirements
5 GCSEs at Grade 9 to 5, including Maths, English language and a Science.
How is the course delivered and assessed?
In order to achieve the C&G qualification, you will need to pass every exam with at least 65%. In order to achieve the CAA/EASA Category A Licence module examination certificate, you must pass with 75% and above.
Future career and study opportunities
On completion, successful students could be employed as an aircraft maintenance engineer mechanic and after gaining 2 years of industry experience; If you have the sufficient maintenance experience; you can apply to become a fully licenced category A licenced engineer.
For progression, students can also apply and train for the Category B1 aircraft engineer.
There is a requirement to provide your own personal protective equipment (PPE) in the form of boots and uniform/clothing.
Pens, books and drawing equipment will be required to complete this course satisfactorily.
For guidance on which career path to take, to explore career options related to our courses, find out which careers are in demand, and then get the training you need.