The attendance of all courses is compulsory, at the end of the training a certificate is delivered only for students who have a good presence record in order to pass final exams.
The theoretical examination consists of written tests in the form of multiple choice questions (MCQ), these tests include 16 modules for B1 and 14 modules for B2 as shown in the following table:
|Module||Subject||Category B1||Category B2|
|Module 03||Electrical Fundamentals||X||X|
|Module 04||Electronic Fundamentals||X||X|
|Module 05||Digital Technology||X||X|
|Module 06||Tools &Materials||X||X|
|Module 07||Maintenance Procedures||X||X|
|Module 08||Basic Aerodynamics||X||X|
|Module 09||Human Performance||X||X|
|Module 10||Civil Aviation Regulation||X||X|
|Module 11||Turbine Aircraft Aerodynamics, structures & systems||X|
|Module 14||Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures &Systems||X|
|Module 16||Gas Turbine||X|
|Module 17||Piston Engine||X|
|Module 19||Technical English||X||X|
|Module 20||Computer Science||X||X|
The intra practical training classes are run under the supervision of instructors in workshops and laboratories of the School. Those training provide students with the necessary knowledge and hands-on experience to work in a variety of aviation maintenance and inspection roles.
Some of the topics courses will cover include (but aren’t limited to):
– Structural assembly
– Troubleshooting, test & control
– Maintenances Procedures and regulations
– Repairing, modifying and upgrading
– Mechanics and electrical components
Graduation & Diploma
The Aircraft Maintenance Technician Diploma is awarded by the Civil Aviation Authority CAA to candidates who pass successfully final exams.
Our graduates Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Technicians are in demand around the world in both the Airline and MRO Industries as well as in General Aviation. They can perform different tasks related to technical documentation, monitoring and technical support, and engineering services.