“An interesting and engaging course, with excellent facilities and fantastic career prospects. Based on a live airfield with experienced instructors and a well stocked hangar and workshops. Northbrook College at Shoreham Airport is certainly the place to study for your EASA Part 66 A Licence.”
Alexander Simpson,
July 2016

The fully approved EASA Part 66 Course consists of 12 Modules and delivered within Northbrook Metropolitan College’s EASA Part-147 Maintenance Training Organisation over 30 weeks. There are 4 constituent parts to the course which must all be successfully completed for Full Certificate Recognition.

 

1.    Total of 840 hours of instruction (90% minimum attendance).

2.    Theoretical instruction

3.    Practical maintenance engineering assessed instruction

4.    12 Module MCQ examinations and 4 essays

 

After the successful completion of all 4 parts, the further requirement to enable the licence award is one year's practical line maintenance experience in industry. Advice is available on how to achieve this experience. The college cannot offer On Job Training (OJT) as it is mandatory to do the training with a fully approved EASA Airline or Maintenance Repair Organisation (MRO) at an airport servicing airliners.

 

Entry Requirements

The minimum age for EASA “A” Licence issue is 18 years of age.  Applicants should  be competent in Level 2 GCSE Mathematics, English Language and Science subjects. The completion of a Level 2 and/or Level 3 City & Guilds Aero Engineering course or equivalent would be advantageous. Practical experience in any engineering discipline is acceptable.  There is no upper age limit. International students should have a minimum IELTS qualification of 5.5. Applicants should bring a portfolio highlighting relevant skills to their interview and be prepared to take an assessment.

 

Fee

£6340

 

How to Apply >

 

Please contact Administrator (01273 456351)
or EASA Training Manager (01273 456365)
or EASA Exams Manager (01273 456364)
m.bell@nbcol.ac.uk

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