EASA Part 147 Programs
Successful completion of these programs may also lead to Australian (CASA) licensing if required. Cadet programs are conducted at Aviation Australia's Brisbane International Airport Training facilities with a return of cadets to their parent company for structured on the job training either during or at the end of the training program. Subscription to Part 147 programs allows cadets to be accelerated towards AME licensing after:
- For Category A, an additional 1 year of experience working as an AME
- For Category B1.1, B1.3 & B2, an additional 2 years of experience working as an AME
Aviation Australia approvals allow cadets to be enrolled in the following EASA programs:
- Category A1 - Turbine Aeroplane
- Category B1.1 - Turbine Aeroplane
- Category B1.3 - Turbine Helicopter
- Category B2 - Avionics
EASA Accelerated Face-to-Face Training
Aviation Australia is the largest CASR and EASA Part 147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation in Australia. Based at Brisbane Airport, Aviation Australia’s Technical Training Centre offers a comprehensive range of quality theory and practical training solutions, using state of the art facilities and the very best EASA and CASR engineering instructors in Australia.
Do you want to gain an EASA Part 66 engineers licence? Do you want to work as a Licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineer in Europe as well as Australia? The Middle East? Hong Kong?
Aviation Australia is Australia’s only EASA Part 147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation and is now offering a unique “zero-to-hero” training solution to those seeking to undertake face-to-face tuition for all modules required to satisfy the basic knowledge requirements for an EASA B1 or B2 aircraft engineer licence.
Perfect for those who are CASR Part 66 licenced engineers, Australian Defence Force aircraft technicians or even commercial AMEs that want to up skill and broaden their horizons.
The course is an intense six month program that trains and examines all modules of the entire EASA Part 66 basic knowledge requirements and is delivered by the very best EASA and CASR engineering instructors in the industry today.
In order to be eligible to apply for an EASA Part 66 licence, all candidates must also meet the practical maintenance experience requirements, as stated in the Part 66 regulations.
With a lot to learn both in and out of the classroom, this training isn’t for the faint hearted!
We have a B1.1 course commencing in May. Click the apply now button below to enrol or for further information, contact us.