Basic Training Modules in EASA PART- 66

The (EASA) is the centerpiece of the European Union’s strategy for aviation safety. This is designed to promote the highest common standards of safety in civil aviation. This is also designed for environmental protection in civil aviation.

The (EASA) is the centerpiece of the European Union’s strategy for aviation safety. This is designed to promote the highest common standards of safety in civil aviation. This is also designed for environmental protection in civil aviation.

In IIA Group, there are highly qualified instructors are available. They provide the best training of various aspects of Basic Training Modules in EASA PART- 66. These training modules are exclusively designed to boost and develop professional competence. Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering confirms the procedural standards for aeronautical personnel.

EASA Part-66 regulates the knowledge requirements which are required for certifying staff in approved maintenance organizations. Following are categories of certifying staff:

  • A Maintenance Certifying Mechanic
  • B1 Maintenance Certifying Technician – Mechanical
  • B2 Maintenance Certifying Technician – Avionics
  • C Base Maintenance Certifying Engineer

Following is the Eligibility criteria the candidate needs to fulfill before going under training procedure.

  • Candidate must have minimum Age 15 years.
  • Candidate must possess Secondary Education Certificate (SSC).
  • The School Leaving Certificate (SLC).
  • Candidate must be medically fit and must possess the Medical Fitness Certificate
  • The Passport should be carried mandatorily by candidate
  • English is growing as the global language, so basic knowledge of English language is required for being eligible.


The Training Modules –

IIA Group Of Institutions provides a flexible, short, modular program that offers the theoretical knowledge approved EASA Part 66 examinations necessary for the full Part 66 license.

  1. Students are taught as a complete full time, lasting between 21 and 25 weeks.
  2. This can be depending on the type of course. There are individual modules which last between 1 and 6 weeks. The tests are held after module examination.
  3. Students who successfully pass module examinations are given a Certificate.
  4. This certificate is the recognition of Approved Examination acceptable to all EASA Member Authorities. The institution offers a full selection of Modular courses.



These courses are run twice yearly. The minimum passing marks are 75% as per EASA guidelines. The examinations are held at the end of each module. With the completion of the test process, the candidate is awarded certificate.

Difference Between AME & Other Courses like Aeronautical/ Aeronautics Engineering?

Students who wish to work in the aviation industry can choose among AME & other courses like Aeronautical or Aeronautics Engineering. This industry can be categorized into three phases. These phases are aircraft design and manufacturing, maintenance and flying.

Students who wish to work in the aviation industry can choose among AME & other courses like Aeronautical or Aeronautics Engineering. This industry can be categorized into three phases. These phases are aircraft design and manufacturing, maintenance and flying. Aeronautical or aerospace engineering is about designing and manufacturing of aircraft while AME is about providing training for maintenance.

You go under Four-year B.Tech and five-year M.Tech dual degree programmes are for the aerospace or aeronautical engineering. These engineers are different from maintenance engineers.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers-

  1. When we are in the air terminal, we can see the pilots and lodge group strolling by us. We start admiring their marvelous career. However, do we know who the one in charge of maintenance of aircraft is?
  2. That individual has Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers; he is the one answerable to ensure that an aircraft is safe to fly, to convey travelers or loads.


How one can become Maintenance Engineer –

  • How to become a Maintenance Engineer? Well, first of all, it is your love for aircraft which would lead your way.
  • Now you need an institution from where you can get required training.
  • IIA Group is that institution from where you can get required training to become the aircraft maintenance engineer.


Maintenance Training –

  1. This institution provides full basic training program according to EASA Part 66 for Aircraft Maintenance License training for Category B1.1.
  2. All aircraft maintenance engineer must have a license from local aviation authority.
  3. After going through training process you will have the training certificate to exercise your privilege which is to certify that an aircraft you have inspected is fit for release to service.


What do they teach you during Training?

During the first year of AME training, students will be provided basic information about aircraft rules and regulations.

During the second year of training, students learn general engineering and maintenance. The students study subjects like aerodynamics or theory of flight, metallurgy, and electronics. They are taught how to handle sophisticated equipment. The training for practical work in machine rooms and on aircraft engines is provided.

In the third year, the students are taught about specific areas. They are taught to impart specific knowledge like light aircraft, heavy aircraft. Those who qualify the examination will be awarded a license. Now, these engineers are authorized to inspect the aircraft and certify its fitness.