Welcoming new students


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The presentation was made to welcome a group of new students attending part 66 courses.

After 3 to 4 years they will be getting the B1-1 or B1-3

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Welcoming new students

  1. 1. AVIATION SHOOLCharting the Path for Your EASA Part 66 License http://aviationschool-diary.blogspot.com/
  2. 2. THE INDUSTRY“MAS ordered 55 x B737-800, 25 x A330-300,and awaiting for 6 x A380…(by 2015)Firefly to get 30 x B737-800…Air Asia ordered over 200 Airbuses jets…” The StarBiz, Fri 17June2011 Air Asia increased order by another 100 more jets Business Times, Thu 07Jul.’11 The DG of DCA said Malaysia needed more licensed aviation engineers. There was a lack of training centres in the country to train engineers. Currently, there are only 5 aircraft academies have been certified as ATOs to produce engineers BERNAMA, Thu 08Jun.’11 Ministry of Human Resources said that aviation industry needs more than 15,000 licensed engineers within the next five years “Malaysia is now a major player in the maintenance, repair & overhaul (MRO) industry, with 136 MRO companies…”Star, Mon 13June2011 The
  3. 3. GROWTH OF AVIATION INDUSTRY (M’SIA)FLEET EXPANSION Aircraft Engineers Requirement in Malaysia 600 500 20000 400 10000 300 200 Ordered 0 100 Current 0 2011 2015 2020 Only 5 training centres are Malaysia is positioning herself certified by DCA to produce as the Regional Hub for MRO aircraft (PEMANDU) engineers
  4. 4. CAREER PATH Aircraft engineering (samples) SALARY RM4,600 / monthENTRI RM2,400 / monthES
  5. 5. …after 3 or 4 years…YOU APPLY FOR THE LICENSETo get the license, the following documents (evidence) must be submitted and accepted by DCAM:  Completion of the training program  Competency in English language  Complete and pass the modules  Practical skills  Aircraft experiences (2 years)
  6. 6. ELEMENTS OF TRAINING The training are designed to meet the DCAM requirements. The basic competency description is by the three elements – ASK  A – attitude  S – Skill  K - knowledge
  7. 7. TRAINING REQUIREMENTS Two Components  The course program  The life aircraft maintenance experience. The Course Program  syllabus and the levels are given in the EASA part 66.  The examination standard is also given in the same document.  The duration of training is also given, 2400 hours total with 50 -60% theory.
  8. 8. PRACTICAL SKILL The practical covers about 40-50% of the total training hours. The details of are given in CAP 741 The Logbook  The logbook is divided into two parts  The basic training records – for those applying the EASA basic course  Type training records – for applications for type license
  9. 9. LIFE AIRCRAFT EXPERIENCE Part 66 described the requirements for the application for the license. for category B:  two (2) years of practical maintenance experience on operating aircraft for approved training school.
  10. 10. DISCIPLINEs OF TRAINING Attendance & Daily Sign-in Punctuality Examination
  11. 11. YOUR CLASSROOM No Smoking No Littering No writing on the wall Do not damage properties Do not use training aids Handphone OFF Do not use electronic devices
  12. 12. LOGBOOK
  13. 13. LOGBOOK
  14. 14. DCAM Syllabus
  15. 15. Syllabus
  16. 16. RESOURCES Website: http://aviationschool-diary.blogspot.com/2012/07/welcoming-new- students.html email : mktg@joharahman.com JohaI was working as an aircraft maintenance engineer and currently serve as a trainer in an approved training organization.