How to become a licensed aircraft engineer


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Brief description on the paths to be a licensed aircraft engineer. Three basic path to the job, attend an approved school, apprenticeship program or self study

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  • there is one explanation for me , i hold Icao license type 2 issued by egyptian civil aviation authority... after 5 years in aeronautical engineering,basic training course for engineers (Air frame&Power plant) and specific practical training course almost 18 month . The question is what i need to be a holder of easa license category b1 ?
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How to become a licensed aircraft engineer

  1. 1. How to Become a LicensedAircraft Engineer<br />JohaRahman<br /><br />
  2. 2. The authority of each country pass up law to control the activities of aircraft maintenance.<br />Only an approved organizations and licensed personnel can certify the maintenance documentation.<br />The licensed personnel are the aircraft maintenance engineers. <br />Aircraft Maintenance<br />
  3. 3. Licensing is a way of controlling the quality of works performed on the aircraft.<br />Only a person who had undergone an approved training, passed the specified examinations and gained sufficient work experience will be accorded the license.<br />A license is normally given by the civil aviation authority.<br />Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer<br />
  4. 4. There are al least three path to get your license.<br />Approved Training School – An approved school is a school that had complied to the requirements.<br />Apprenticeship Program. – An airline normally take in apprentice to meet the staffing need.<br />Self Study –Join and work for the airline at a lower position and work your way to get the license.<br />The Path To Get the License<br />
  5. 5. School need to get the approval from the country’s civil aviation authority.<br />Among the items required for the approval are:<br />Approved and qualified teaching staff.<br />Facilities and training aids<br />Syllabi and course contents<br />Constant audit will be conducted by the authorities.<br />Approved School<br />
  6. 6. This is an in house program by airline.<br />The apprentice will do the work and study at the same time.<br />Since they work, they will get pay.<br />Apprentice program tend to meet the needs of the airline better as it can control the intake and selections.<br />Apprenticeship Program<br />
  7. 7. This is not the popular path as it is normally difficult to study and work at the same time.<br />The number passing through is very low.<br />Suitable for matured adult.<br />Self Study<br />
  8. 8. There are both internal examination as well as external exam.<br />Internal is provided by the courses’ provider.<br />External is done by Civil Aviation Authority.<br />Written examination <br />Oral examination<br />The examination<br />
  9. 9. The job can be rewarding as company normally give additional allowance for the additional obtained.<br />The license can be recognized world wide, thus you can seek employment in other countries. <br />Rewarding Career<br />
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