The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) target is to mounted standard of safety and environmental safety in aviation of civil.
A proper license is needed for an engineer so that he can certify for the protection in civil aviation. We will prepare you for the exam held by EASA to bloom your career in air maintenance engineering.
The course also includes the popular EASA part 66 modular training which will prepare the students to acquire the required skills to pass out in EASA exam. EASA part 66 modular training will help the student to bloom their career in air maintenance engineering and this is a well known fact that EASA part 66 modular training is very essential to build your career in aviation.
We have planned this program to provide our students in India or from abroad the adequate skills and perception in their desired career as a Aircraft Maintenance Engineer more than this our training will organize you for the skills necessary to pass out the EASA part 66 exam for different categories administered by EASA to gain employment in maintenance fields as Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
Part 66 aviation regulations describe the conditions under which a maintenance engineer is certified to free an aircraft into service subsequent to a maintenance process. The conditions necessary are distinct by minimum instruction requirements (school leaving certificates, working language, etc) as well as type rating qualifications for the aircraft or exacting tasks.
AVPL provides the EASA Part 66 modular training with the help of qualified teachers. The students in India or from abroad shows keen interest in this training because it helps them to build their future.
This institute certified their students with certification of EASA part - 66 modules and recockned as best EASA College in India. For the complete preparation of EASA part 66 examinations, we provide all EASA material with additional package of study material like EASA question bank, necessary books and EASA part 66 modular training
Category A1 – Turbine Engine Aeroplanes
Category A2 – Piston Engine Aeroplanes
Category A3 – Turbine Engine Helicopters
Category A4 – Piston Engine Helicopters
Category B1.1 – Turbine Engine Aeroplanes
Category B1.2 – Piston Engine Aeroplanes
Category B1.4 – Piston Engine Helicopters
Category B2 – AVIONICS