The modular structure of the course makes training extremely flexible; modules can be booked in any order and scheduled around work commitments. At the end of the course the multi-licensed engineer will be able to sign off additional B1 maintenance tasks resulting in becoming a highly qualified and flexible employee.
As we are an approved aircraft maintenance training provider, we set and administer the exams for each module in-house. This reduces costs in transport and time away from work to attend central examinations.
Please note that these are not full B1 or B2 modules. Modules 2, 6 and 7 are pure self-study (1 week).
Modules M11 and M15 are taught using a mix of pre-course self-study and instructor led classroom teaching. Should you reside outside of the EU there will be additional charges to courier the notes to you, alternatively we can provide the notes in PDF format and sent via sendspace.
To provide students with an extension of 26 authorisation capabilities from their existing EASA Part-66 B2 licence creating more experienced and efficient engineers.
Modules can be booked from the open course schedule.