EASA PART 147 Organization
Approved Training Organization (ATO) for aircraft maintenance personnel (technicians, mechanics and engineers) using the standards set by EASA.
EASA PART 66 Organisation
Working with partners to provide examination for individuals seeking aircraft maintenance licenses under EASA regulations.
CAT A Certification
Focused on aircraft mechanics and involves the maintenance and repair of non-complex aircraft, such as small general aviation planes.
CAT B1 Certification
Focused on aircraft maintenance engineers and includes the maintenance of aircraft structures, power plants, mechanical systems, and electrical systems.
CAT B2 Certification
Focused on avionics maintenance engineers and encompasses the maintenance of avionics systems, including communication, navigation, radar, and other electronic components.
These courses are essential to keep aviation personnel up-to-date with the latest industry standards, regulations, and best practices to ensure safety and efficiency.
Preceding the CAT A program, participants engage in a 3-week preparatory course primarily centered around Mathematics, Physics, and English for Aircraft Maintenance.