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EASA Part-66 Category A1

Course description

The course includes theory exams and practical skills assessments as part of the training and qualification philosophy. The approved course must be followed by a minimum of 1 year’s practical line maintenance experience to consolidate the training received prior to licence application.

EASA’s definition of the CAT A licence and modules:

Permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service following minor scheduled line maintenance and defect rectification within the limits of tasks specifically endorsed on the authorisation. The certification privileges are restricted to work the holder has personally performed in a Part-145 organisation.

Course objectives

To provide students with the basic underpinning theoretical knowledge required for the category A role and to provide basic skills and maintenance practices training to establish basic practical competence.

Course duration

We are not currently offering the CAT A Licence as open enrollment modules.

Course modules

Additional information

Booking your Part-66 Category A1 training

For individual bookings please contact our team on +44 (0) 1285 772669 for course dates and more information

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