EASA Part-147 Approved Basic Training Program

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The Basics

The EASA Part-147 Approved Training Program covers 2 sub-categories of the EASA Part-66 licence system that covers the most basic knowledge and practical modules required for the application and acquisition of the Part-66 Licence: 

  • Sub-Category B1.1: Aeroplane Turbine

  • Subcategory B2: Avionics

Minimum Program Entry Requirements

  • At least 18 years of age

  • Attain at least grades C+ in English, B in Mathematics, and B in Physics on O-levels, IGCSE, SPM,or any equivulent High-school certification

  • Have an IELTS score of 5.0 or above, or certification from an approved English pathway program

  • Student must be in possession of a valid International Passport

  • Successfully completed and passed Pre-Entry Assessment and Physical Check-up

EASA Part-147 Category B1.1 

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Modules

1 Mathematics
2 Physics
3 Electrical Fundamentals
4 Electronic Fundamentals
5 Digital Techniques/ Electronic Instrument Systems
6 Materials and Hardware
7 Maintenance Practices
8 Basic Aerodynamics
9 Human Factors
10 Aviation Regulations
11 Aeroplane Aerodynamics/ Structures/ Systems
15 Gas Turbine Engine
17 Propeller
  • B1.1 training program includes 13 basic modules in total

  • 1260 hours in total for the knowledge training program

  • Practical training totals to approximately 1230 hours, and includes:

    • Training School Module

    • Back-shop Module

    • Simulation 

    • Line Maintenance Module

    • Base Maintenance Module

EASA Part-147 Category B2 

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Modules

1 Mathematics
2 Physics
3 Electrical Fundamentals
4 Electronic Fundamentals
5 Digital Techniques/ Electronic Instrument Systems
6 Materials and Hardware
7 Maintenance Practices
8 Basic Aerodynamics
9 Human Factors
10 Aviation Regulations
13 Aeroplane Aerodynamics/ Structures/ Systems
14 Propulsion
  • B2 training program includes 12 basic modules in total.

  • 1240 hours in total for knowledge training program.

  • Practical training programs are the same as in Cat B1.1 above.

Training Requirements to apply for Basic Licence

Below is a simplified diagram mapping out the steps to follow in order to apply for the EASA Part-66 basic licence required of all Aircraft Technicians/ Engineers. This is via taking the EASA Part-147 Approved Basic Training Program and a 2-year On Job Training Program under the code name of EASA Part-145 MRO OJT.

Training Requirements