EASA part 66 / JAR-66 HowToGet your Cat A - B1 & B2 licence

Work experience documentation for the EASA part 66

Postby easaman » 08 Mar 2009 16:49

Training CAT A1, A2, A3, A4, B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1.4, B2
Training modules cost from Euro 20 to Euro 70 depending on their size!
Courses will be open for 180 to 200 days. You may get extension by buying several modules.

Home-Study-Information!
To take exams you need to complete and return the application form, send a photocopy of your valid passport and make the necessary payment.
EASA part 145 work experience must be shown when all theory module exams were successful for the EASA part 66 licence!
There are many equivalent licenses for certain areas in the world - Please see my new LMS for info!


Having passed all theory exams, you must apply for the licence and prove sufficient EASA part 145 work experience in a work experience log book within five years!
On my system you study at home through the internet . Approximate licence cost!

How my exam preparation works is here: www.easa-66.eu/en/CoachingEN


The logbook is not an EASA rule, but without a logbook you will not get your licence!
You can also create you own logbook or use/modify one of the samples below.


The all module student coaching for 500 Euro includes also logbook subjects to add in your personal logbook!

UK-CAA Licence guidance!

CAP 741: Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Log Book - Sample

Here you can order the CAP 741 Aircraft maintenance engineers log book:
Corporate Author: Civil Aviation Authority Publisher: CAA


This document is introduced by the Civil Aviation Authority to be used by Engineers as a record
of the individual's employment history, experience and qualifications and can be used to confirm
technical competency when applying for a licence, examination or seeking employment..

If your experience has been gained in an EASA 145 Maintenance Organisation but an overseas company, original logbooks/worksheets and examination certificates will be required.
If your experience has been gained outside an EASA 145 Maintenance Organisation then you will be unable to proceed with your application at this present time.[/url]

Once you are having your basic licence you need aircraft classroom type training and AW 139 OJT course for first type rating!

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EASA Teil 66 Logbook Deutsch - Nachweis praktischer Tätigkeiten

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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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EASA part 66 Basic Practical Logbook

Postby easaman » 24 Nov 2010 08:30

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's Basic Practical Logbook - Swiss Logbook

From this logbook you can also derive the CAT-A, B1 or B2 differences.
This is also very good for your licence extension!
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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AME Log Book Canada

Postby easaman » 16 Jul 2012 11:11

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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CASA Australia: AME Schedule Of Experience

Postby easaman » 16 Jul 2012 11:25

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
easaman
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