EASA PART 66 – AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE LICENCE
EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) is responsible for airworthiness standards for all commercial aircraft within the European Union. It defines the requirements for the issuance of a common Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s license. Candidates are required to complete EASA modules and relevant work experience in order to obtain a valid EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s License.
Under the terms of an agreement with KOLEJ TAFE SEREMBAN (KTS) , AIR SERVICE TRAINING (Engineering) Ltd (AST) is able to offer EASA Part 66 examination, at KTS facilities, in accordance with its EASA Part 147 Approval, Ref.UK.147.0002
WHY ENROL FOR EASA EXAMINATIONS @ TAFE?
* Approved by UK CAA, delivered by AST
* AST Technical Training Notes approved by UKCAA
*Face to face examination
* Examination conducted by AST Staff
SEPTEMBER 2018 EASA SCHEDULE
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Please bank in the payment into our account and email us both copies (registration form and proof of payment slip) with your identification card or passport copy.
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B1 & B2 MODULES ARE AVAILABLLE FOR REGISTRATION. EXAMINATION DATE:
3rd – 5th September 2018.
REGISTRATION CLOSING DATE:
8th August 2018 – for September Examinations.
REGISTRATION (ONLY ONCE) – RM100.00
NORMAL MODULE RATE – MCQ – RM850.00. ESSAY (M7,M9,M10) – RM250. (WITH NOTES)
CORPORATE RATE – MCQ – RM650.00 , ESSAY – RM250.00
( Minimum 15 modules as a group – a group of minimum 3 candidates)
APPLICATION FORM MUST BE TYPED & SIGNED : email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Candidates can only postpone their exam modules maximum 2 times. 3 weeks’ notice is required to postpone the module. Failure to adhere means forfeiture of fees.
As of January 2018, any withdrawal, except for Personal Extenuating Circumstances (PEC), from the exams will have a ‘NO REFUND POLICY’