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EASA Part -147 Approved Basic Training Program for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – B1.1 Aeroplane Turbine

EASA Part -147 Approved Basic Training Program for Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – B1.1 Aeroplane Turbine

EASA Part-147 approved courses are typically of two years duration. B1.1 – mechanical for turbine engine (aircraft structure, powerplant and mechanical and electrical systems).

The criteria to graduate is through passing the approved 13 module exams (for B1.1) which covers 2400 learning hours (theory and practical). The program is in accordance to EASA Part 147 Rules and Regulations.

Once you have completed the course, you only need to obtain two years' maintenance experience before applying to the EASA for your B1.1 Licence. Another benefit of this route is that the EASA assessment will normally be part of the course and based on the material you are taught. Also, when you are trying to get a job to obtain the required work experience, you are applying from a position of strength, having completed a worldwide, industry-recognised course.

HAECO Xiamen Technical Training

Country
China
Authority
EASA
Approx Course Fee
US$27,000
Facilities
Superb, well-equipped (hostel, canteen, sports facilities, etc)
Accommodation
Provided
Financial Aid
No
Academy Ratings
Based on 4 votes
Our Verdict
The most affordable and quality training in this region with a hassle-free arrangement.
HAECO Xiamen Technical Training

Air New Zealand Aviation Institute

Country
New Zealand
Authority
EASA
Approx Course Fee
NZ$62,000
Facilities
Superb training facilities.
Accommodation
Will be arranged
Financial Aid
No
Academy Ratings
Based on 1 vote
Our Verdict
A very good exposure in a world class airline. With a very low number of students in each intake, you stand a good chance to be hired in NZ.
Air New Zealand Aviation Institute
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