EASA Part 66 B1.1 European Licence

EASA PART 66 B1.1 EUROPEAN LICENCE

The EASA Part 66 B1.1 European Licence enables a technician to carry out maintenance on aeroplanes equipped with turbine engines and to authorise the aeroplane to be released to service. Particularly versatile, technicians who hold this licence can work on mechanical and electrical systems, power-units or the aircraft's airframe. The purpose of this training course is to develop the necessary maintenance technician skills and to prepare for the Part 66 B1-1 European licence examination.

Selection of candidates based on academic record and letter of motivation.

Subsequent study opportunities :

  • European (Part 66) helicopter licence.
  • European (Part 66) avionics licence.
  • European (Part 66) piston engine aeroplane licence.

The European licence training course consists of 13 theoretical training modules combined with practical exercises on aeroplanes. The training course is assessed by multiple-choice questions and open-ended questions over the year and entitles successful participants to a European licence examination certificate.

Prerequisites :
Science or STI (Industrial Sciences and Technologies) Baccalauréat Technical Professional Baccalauréat Aeronautics CAP (certificat d'aptitude professionnelle) Part 66 A1 Licence Aeronautics qualification recognised by OSAC (Civil Aviation Safety Organisation)Professional aeronautical experience
Duration :
  • 48 weeks
Theoretical training programme :
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • General electricity
  • Electronics
  • Digital techniques
  • Materials technology
  • Maintenance practices
  • Aerodynamics
  • Human factors
  • Regulations
  • Aeroplane technology
  • Engine
  • Propellers
Other learning elements :
  • French
  • English
Practical work :
  • Electricity/Electronics
  • Structure
  • Composite materials
  • Hydraulic systems
  • Troubleshooting
Approvals

approvals aeronautics IAAG is an aeronautics training organisation recognised by the Direction Générale de L’Aviation Civile (DGAC, the French civil aviation authority). The training courses offered by the Amaury de la Grange Aeronautics Institute are recognised by different Civil Aviation Authorities around the world through various accreditations.