Course overview

CAA/EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Level 4/5 Part 66 City of Bristol College

This is a two-year, full-time course in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.

It will prepare you for a career in the aviation industry.

You will work towards an internationally-recognised qualification, a Category B1.1 License / EASA Part-147/66B1.1 licence. 

This course will consist of theoretical and practical training, followed by a requirement to gain employment in an Aircraft Maintenance Organisation to work towards the Basic training Certificate. This will comprise of a total of 2,400 hours (including the continuing maintenance experience) and require at least 90% attendance. 

Dates and applications

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CAA/EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Level 4/5 Part 66 Parkway Centre
Bristol
Course Code
FPF1654A01-1
Dates
02/09/2024 - 24/07/2026
Duration
2 years
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Start Time
08:30
Location
Parkway Centre
Fee
This course costs £9500. Please contact us to discuss your payment options.
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Course Code Dates Duration Days Hours per week Start Time Location Fee
FPF1654A01-1 02/09/2024 - 24/07/2026 2 years Date/Day(s) Being Finalised Enquire 08:30 Parkway Centre
This course costs £9500. Please contact us to discuss your payment options.
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Additional information

Who is this course for?

This course is for people interested in a high-flying career in the Civil Aviation Industry. The EASA course offers the opportunity for students to work on live aircraft at an Aircraft Maintenance Organisation either in the UK or overseas.

What you'll learn

The students will study all 13 modules required in order to achieve their B1.1 license.

This course includes practical training, utilising our maintenance aircraft in the state-of-the-art hangar as well as our sheet metal and engine workshops.

In order to fulfil the requirements of the Basic Training Course, you will need to secure employment in a Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance Organisation after the course has finished. You will also be issued with a tablet to store all of the student notes.  

Course entry requirements

To join this course, you need A level Maths grade 4 (C) or above. A level Science/Physics grade 4 (C) or above and A Level English 3 (D) or above or 5 GCSEs at grade 9 to 5. 

Previous experience in engineering may be considered on an individual basis. 

How is the course delivered and assessed?

You will learn from our experienced and supportive teachers and be assessed through Exams (Multiple Choice) – Pass Mark 75%, Exam Essay – Pass Mark 75% and practical assignments. 

Future career and study opportunities

Following successful completion of the programme, you could gain employment and work across the globe as an aircraft maintenance engineer.

Additional costs

This course costs £9500 per year. 

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