In this course candidates will discuss EASA Part 66 Engineer licensing and Part 147 approved training organisations, together with the associated Acceptable Means Compliance (AMC) and Guidance Materials (GM). The knowledge and skills developed through the course will allow participants to help organisations demonstrate and maintain compliance.
EASA Part 66 license is the regulation that provides for a common European aircraft maintenance license recognized in all EASA Member States. In other words, it is the license that an aircraft maintenance technician gets when he or she finishes basic training course and completes the number of years of industrial experience at the MRO.
EASA Part 147 is the part that establishes the whole process of becoming an aircraft maintenance technician. It covers all aspects of the training process the centre must comply with to make sure that all applicants get the correct approach. In other words, EASA Part 147 covers the regulations to follow at a Maintenance Training Organisation responsible for basic or type training for Part 66 Engineers and Aircraft Maintenance Technicians.
Knowledge in the aviation industry