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EASA part 66 licence questions - How To Get the licence!

Postby easaman » 08 Mar 2009 16:52

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How can I get an EASA part 66 / JAR-66 licence?
What are the requirements to take EASA part 66 licence exams?
You can go an take exams. You do not have to present work experience to take exams!
You apply for the exam on form 19E - see here for application forms!

By passing exams for the B1.1 mechanical turbine engine licence you must pass exams in
modules 1 to 11, 15 , 17 and essays.
For the B2 avionics licence you must pass exams in modules 1 to 10, 13, 14 and essays.
You must consider 3 trips to the UK-CAA or any other exam place for the exams.
This is when you do not live close to an exam place!
This also means that you cannot take more than 5 exams per day!
The time frame to get everything done should be about 8 to 18 month.
Here are study sites for all EASA part 66 licence-categories and modules!

On my system you actually do not need books, if you want to have books for reference
I recommend to start with modules 1 to 5 (maths,physics,electrics, electronics & digital).
Therefore you can use the the book Aircraft-Engineering-Principles by Lloyd-Dingle and
Aircraft Digital Electronic and Computer Systems by Lloyd Dingle, Mike Tooley for M5,11 &13 avionics.
More aircraft maintenance books are here!

To take an exam you need a copy of your passport with a stamp of your manager or any
authority for the exam application. This is to prove that it is you who takes the exam.
You apply on form 19E for your exams. See UK-CAA forms on http://www.jartraining.de .

Work experience must be proved when you have passed all exams and are applying for the licence!

Next step is modules 6,7,9, 10 & essays (hardware, maint. practices, human factors, legislation & essays).
Last trip is for the rest. See www.EASA66.eu for the syllabus of the modules!

You must have applied for the licence within 7 years after having passed your first exam!

When you apply for your licence, you must prove that you have sufficient work experience for the
licence you are applying for. This is done by an experience work log which is counter signed by an
assessor. See UK-CAA work experience, log & assessor info!
You can start gathering work experience signatures while you are studying for the licence.

My system consists of exam questions and study aids such as you can see on
http://jar66.de/coaching.html and Brainstorm files with a lot of essentials to learn by heart!

To be able to study on www.EASA66.eu please send me an email to easaman@easa66.eu !
I do charge 350 Euro for a UK-CAA or any other EASA part 66 B1 or B2 exam preparation.
A B1 & B2 exam preparation costs 400 Euro and consists of Modules 1 to 11, 13 , 15, 17 and essay training,
where modules 4, 5, 13 and parts of M7 are B2 exams.
There is no CD or traditional book - it is an all on-line study on a copyright protected system!

An easy way to pay is by http://www.paypal.com to my email jarman@jartraining.de .
As soon as I am getting a payment confirmation I will open the modules you want to start with (max six at a time)!
Successful JAR-66 exam preparation since January 2002!
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EASA part 66 licence training by internet!
Training Site is: www.easa66.info
Modules cost Euro 20 to 70 depending on size and are available 180 - 200 days
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CASA AME licence Australia

Postby easaman » 16 Jul 2012 07:14

Otmar Bender - easaman@EASA66.eu
EASA part 66 licence training by internet!
Training Site is: www.easa66.info
Modules cost Euro 20 to 70 depending on size and are available 180 - 200 days
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Crossing over EASA part 66 to FAA A&P or vice versa

Postby easaman » 16 Jul 2012 07:19

There is no crossing over or conversion from an EASA part 66 licence to an FAA A&P license!
You must take all theory exams and the oral and practical exams!

There is no crossing over or conversion from an FAA A&P license to an EASA part 66 licence!
You must take all theory exams again, but you may get credit for your work experience properly presented in a work experience log book!
Otmar Bender - easaman@EASA66.eu
EASA part 66 licence training by internet!
Training Site is: www.easa66.info
Modules cost Euro 20 to 70 depending on size and are available 180 - 200 days
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