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EASA part 66 licence How To Get - short info!

What you always wanted to know about the EASA part 66 / JAR-66 licence and FAA A&P license!

What are the EASA Part 66 , JAR 66 and the A&P Lizense? - EASA part 66 / JAR-66 FAQ!

Aviation Maintenance Personnel must prove a minimum of technical knowledge in order to sign an Aircraft airworthy.
This is proved by passing the EASA part 66 CAT-A, B1, B2 & B3 and CAT-C licenses at EASA part 147 approved exam places.
This licence was earlier in the European Union called JAR-66 licence!
The EASA part 66 is now the worldwide standard.
Non-EU-Countries that have now the Part 66 standard are for example
Australia: CASA exam preparation & Where&HowToTakeExams
Hong Kong: CAD HKAR-66 A,B1,B2 & B3 exam preparation & Info
India:  CAR-66AML exam preparation & more for the DGCA
New Zeeland: Part 66
Singapore: SAR-66 licence exam preparation
UAE: GCAA CAR-66 CAT-A, B1 & B2

Detailed exams you must pass to get the respective EASA part 66 licence CAT-A1 to A4, B1.1 to B1.4, B2 & B3!

The EASA licence is subdivided in different categories:
CAT-A1 and B1.1 Aeroplanes Turbine (mechanical)  
Exams you must pass are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,15 & 17 (No  M4 for CAT-A)
CAT-A2 and B1.2 Aeroplanes Piston (mechanical)
   
Exams you must pass are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,16 & 17 (No  M4 for CAT-A)
CAT-A3 and B1.3 Helicopters Turbine (mechanical
)  
Exams you must pass are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12 & 15 (No  M4 for CAT-A)
CAT-A4 and B1.4 Helicopters Piston (mechanical)
   
Exams you must pass are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12 & 16 (No  M4 for CAT-A)
CAT-B3 is for airplanes below 2000 kg   
Exams you must pass are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,16 & 17
Category B2 (avionics)                                                
Exams you must pass are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,13&14
Category C (Base Maintenance Certifying Engineer)

Modules of the EASA part 66 System:
M1 Mathematics   
M2 Physics   M3 Basic Electrics   M4 Basic Electronics   M5 Digital Techniques  

M6 Mat. & Hardware   M7 Maint. Practices   M8 Aerodynamics   M9 Human Factors     M10 Legislation

M11Airframe-Mech   
M12 Helicopters   M13 Airframe-Avionics   M14 Propulsion   M15 Turbine Engines

M16 Piston Engines   M17 Propellers

A little bit of history:
Since the founding of the EASA (
28 September 2003), by (Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 ) (it reached full functionality in 2008),
EASA took over functions of the JAA (Joint Aviation Authorities) and JAR. JAR had previously copied a lot from
FAR = "Federal Aviation Regulation" of the USA FAA. It has also advanced the Regulation to an international Standard.
The A&P Mechanics-License of the US-FAA underlies still FAR 65. JAR has extended this to JAR-66 and it is nowadays the
worldwide standard for aviation maintenance. All major international airlines/countries have gone to the JAR-66 standard.

Your way to the EASA part 66 licence is first to pass all theory exams, while you are studying you start filling out your
work experience logbook and when you have passed all theory exams you apply for the licence on EASA Form 19.
You can take exams any time you are prepared for. The exam is not easy, this is why I have built this site!

There is no oral or practical exam like for the A&P license! You must prove sufficient practical experience in a work experience log!

You can take exams at any EASA-Member-State National Authority like the UK-CAA or CAA-International or at any EASA Part 147 approved exam place!
When you have passed all theory exams you must apply for the licence on Form 19 within five years. Here you must also prove your work experience!
You can go right away for the licence you want, this means you can go directly for a B1 or B2 licence!

Info:
EASA does not recognise NON-EU JAR-66, A&P or ICAO Type II exams -See section A9! 
The same applies if you want to get an A&P license, there is no crossing over from other licenses!

Please no emails like: I am the greatest, I know everything and I do not need anything & how do I convert to the part 66 EASA licence!
You must take all basic exams again from the beginning on, if you do not have EU-member state certificates!

How can you get the EASA Part 66 Licence?
CAT-A  is mostly offered with an apprenticeship. If not offered by an institution for free I would not go for it!
It entitles you to sign off your own brake and tyre changes etc......
My System www.easa66.eu/en helps you to muster
and improve the score for the CAT-A-exam.

B1 and B2-Training is offered by aviation training schools either in two to three year courses or for aviation
maintenance personnel in 5 to 6 month courses.
My System www.easa66.eu/en helps you to muster and improve the score for the CAT-B1-& B2 exam.

Furthermore you can get the EASA Part 66 CAT-A, B1 and B2 as a self-study student. This means that you study at home
for the exams and apply on  EASA Form 19E, like on aviation schools. You can take the exam at various EU-National Aviation Authority
exam places like the UK-CAA, CAA-International  or at various EASA part 147 approved aviation schools

It is not easy to get the EASA part 66 licence, you must really study for it ;-) !!!

Here is a detailed EASA part 66 A, B1, B2 licence information!

Here is a quick run-down how to get your EASA part 66 licence.
You sent me the money and I'll open the study-modules on www.jartraining.de for you!
You must plan 3 exam trips to get the 13/14 modules done, if you live far away from an exam place.  
If you live nearby an exam place you can take exams monthly or as you like it!
While you are studying you already collect work experience log signatures in a work log book.
Military aircraft maintenance work experience is also accepted!
When you have passed all exams, you must apply for the licence, her you must prove your work experience. 
There is no oral or practical exam for the EASA part 66 licence, the work experience log book is what counts here.
If you have already had some part 147 approved type trainings, you add them to your application!

You must take exams in all 13 B1.1 mechanical turbine engine licence modules, plus essays, which are modules 1 to 11, 15 & 17.
You must take exams in all 12 B2 avionics licence modules, plus essays, which are modules 1 to 10, 13 & 14.
You must take exams in all 13 B3 mechanical turbine engine licence modules, plus essays, which are modules 1 to 11c, 16 & 17.
You must take exams in all 12/13 Helicopter licence modules, plus essays, which are modules 1 to 10, 12,15 and /or 16.

The study time for home-study takes from 6 to 18 month, depending on your background and study pace!

You can  take max 4 or 5 module exams per exam day!
I recommend you to take modules 1 to 5 at the first exam or first 2 exams.
Take modules 6,7 and the 2 module 7 essays together.
Take module 10 (legislation) multiple choice and M10 essays together
Take module 9 (human factors) and M9 essays together!
Take aerodynamics, propellers and turbine engines and/or M11 together.

Have a look at my site www.EASA-66.eu for the different types of licences, the modules and their syllabus!
The syllabus is what they expect you to know and you can use it as a study guide!

To take exams you do not have to present work experience. You can start taking exams as soon as you are prepared for!
Remember, it is not easy and cheaper to have guidance than paying several times the exam fee!
Exam places take from 8 Euro to 90 Euro for an exam, and you must pass 13 or 14 exams!
Here is a Currency Converter  to find out what it costs in your currency!
An approximate cost to get the EASA part 66 licence is here!

My System www.easa66.eu/en helps you to muster and improve the score for the CAT-B1-& B2 exam.

Extension/Restrictions of your licence e.g. B1 to B2 or vice versa is here!

Here is a short list of study books for the EASA part 66 licence from Amazon.US   or   Amazon.UK 
and here is a longer list of study books for the EASA part 66 licence.

Here is a list of charges for the on-line EASA part 66 exam preparation:
EASA part 66 Cat A, B1 or B2 including essay training for £ 350 or 350 EUR
Three Modules costs 100€ or £100
B1 & B2 exam preparation costs 400 Euro or £400 !
CAT-A or B3 exam preparation costs £200 or 200 EUR
A&C to B1 or to remove restrictions 1 & 9 from your B1 for £150 or 150 Euro
B1 to a full B2 licence for £150 or 150 Euro
B2 to a full B1 licence £180 or 180 Euro
Essay Training alone £50 or 50Euro - Essay training is included in Cat A, B1 or B2 courses!
Here is a Currency Converter  to find out what it costs in your currency!

UK-CAA exam and licence charges!

What my system offers is here!

Feedback from some students is here!

Additional EASA part 66 licence information is here!


Extension of your Licence!

CAT-A to B1.1 licence for 300 Euro or Pounds 300

B1.1 to a full B2 licence for 150 Euro or Pounds 150

B2 to a full B1.1 licence for 180 Euro or Pounds 180

Get your restrictions removed from your licence e.g. 1 & 9



To subscribe a course you can pay here:

Here are also some options for British Pounds, US-Dollars and Canadian Dollars!

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As soon as I am getting a payment confirmation I'll open the modules you want to study
(maximum six modules open at a time)!

My system will be available for you for 18 month! 
The study is for one person and not for a whole group, please ask for group discounts!
My company tax number in Germany is 021 805 32049, and my address is
 
Otmar Bender
Heinrich-Engel-Str. 20B
64572 Buettelborn
Germany

An easy way to pay is by www.paypal.com to my email  jarman@jartraining.de .
If your country is not on the paypal list, you can also pay trough www.westernunion.com to the above address.
To get the money from Western Union  I need following information.
Last- and First-Name of the sender of the money (as on the sending form)
by Western Union. Country, where the money was sent the money from
and the transfer number.  

You can also ask by email for the bank account! 

Any more questions?
Do not hesitate to ask!

email to:  info@EASA66.eu

or here:



Otmar Bender