CAAM Part 66 License Program for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – B1.1
The programme provides students with a solid foundation for a career as a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. The courses in the programme covers all the required knowledge under the category of CAAM B1.1 – Aeroplane Turbine (Mechanical). This AME licensing syllabus (CAAM Part 66) is equivalent to EASA Part 66 (Aircraft maintenance licensing programme in Europe).
The AMEL programme is the modular subjects (Module 1 to Module 17) comprises of theoretical class lectures, workshops practical tasks, field visiting trips and module paper examinations. Subsequently, the trainees will be sent for On-Job-Training (OJT) in the aviation industries in Malaysia, to complete the programme.
The criteria to become LAME is through passing the approved 13 module exams (for B1.1) which covers 2400 learning hours (theory and practical), and a 2-year On-Job-Training. The process-flow is sanctioned by the CAAM.
Once completed this programme, trainees will be able to be issued their Basic License by CAAM and will continue in getting type approval on various types of aircrafts. They are now Licensed Aircraft Engineers, the back-bone people on ensuring the serviceability for the aircrafts to fly safely and legally.
ADMAL Aviation College
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- Suitable for those who are looking for financial aid. And this is the most affordable Part 147 training in Malaysia.