Basic Maintenance Training

About this Course

Our comprehensive catalogue of training programs cover the complete spectrum of Basic Aircraft Maintenance training. Our programs are also developed specifically for the working class in mind – by offering flexible training schedules at multiple locations in the ASEAN region, candidates can upgrade or enhance their knowledge at their own pace and time. All our courses comply with DCAM/EASA PART-66 regulations and together with our partners, we can issue dual authority certifications to match your specific requirements.

Courses

  • Module 1

    Pre - Requisite

    Applicants for an EASA Part 66 Cat. B1/B2 or GCAA CAR-66 Category B1/B2 License

    Learning Objective

    Duration

    The duration for this review & exam seminar will be 7 lessons / 1 day.

    Course Content

    * All topics will be mentioned according Part-66 or CAR-66 Appendix 1 by the instructor.
    * All topics will be instructed to Level 1 within the given timeframe.
    * After each topic the students have question and answer possibility on the required exam level.

    Documentation

    * The students are expected to have the knowledge and experience level required for licenses issued under EASA requirements, CASA requirements, GCAA requirements or ICAO standards or equivalents.
    * The student are expected to have sufficient knowledge of general English language and of the technical English terms used in Aviation.
    * The students shall be prepared for the required topics within this module. Training manuals should be self-studied ahead of the review & exam session.

    Examination

    For the examination a minimum score of 75% is required in multiple choice questions in order to receive a Certificate of Recognition for the theory part mentioned herein.

  • Module 2

    Pre - Requisite

    Applicants for an EASA Part 66 Cat. B1 or GCAA CAR-66 Category B1 License.

    Learning Objective

    Duration

    The duration for this review & exam seminar will be 7 lessons / 1 day.

    Course Content

    * All topics will be mentioned according Part-66 or CAR-66 Appendix 1 by the instructor.
    * All topics will be instructed to Level 1 within the given timeframe.
    * After each topic the students have question and answer possibility on the required exam level.

    Documentation

    * The students are expected to have the knowledge and experience level required for licenses issued under EASA requirements, CASA requirements, GCAA requirements or ICAO standards or equivalents.

    * The student are expected to have sufficient knowledge of general English language and of the technical English terms used in Aviation.

    * The students shall be prepared for the required topics within this module. Training manuals should be self-studied ahead of the review & exam session.

    Examination

    For the examination a minimum score of 75% is required in multiple choice questions in order to receive a Certificate of Recognition for the theory part mentioned herein.

  • Module 3
  • Module 6
  • Module 7
  • Module 9

    Pre - Requisite

    Applicants for an EASA Part 66 Cat. B1/B2 or GCAA CAR-66 Category B1/B2 License

    Learning Objective

    Duration

    The duration for this review & exam seminar will be 7 lessons / 1 day.

    Course Content

    * All topics will be mentioned according Part-66 or CAR-66 Appendix 1 by the instructor.
    * All topics will be instructed to Level 1 within the given timeframe.
    * After each topic the students have question and answer possibility on the required exam level.

    Documentation

    * The students are expected to have the knowledge and experience level required for licenses issued under EASA requirements, ICAO standards or equivalents.
    * The student are expected to have sufficient knowledge of general English language and of the technical English terms used in Aviation.
    * The students shall be prepared for the required topics within this module. Training manuals should be self-studied ahead of the review & exam session.

    Examination

    For the examination a minimum score of 75% is required in both multiple choice question and essay questions in order to receive a Certificate of Recognition for the theory part mentioned herein.

To register for this course, please drop us an email at training@dviation.com