EASA Approved AME
How to Get EASA Part – 66 AME License
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) is the apex agency for the European Union (EU) being overall in-charge in the aviation sector. It has the task of regulating and to execute tasks that relate to every single aspect of civil aviation. EASA is the body authorized to issue an AML license. Obtaining the license is necessary to practice as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
The Requirements of EASA Part 66 Course
The AGI group having one of the apex Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Institute in Dehradun, which also offers Preliminary preparation to pass EASA module for different category of EASA Licenses. Among the various Aviation Courses, the AGI Group offers training in Category B1.1, B2, B1.2 & B1.3 . For the Maintenance Experience on live aircrafts , Alpine has tie-ups with many AMO’s to enable the student to acquire required Aircraft Maintenance License in time, out of these one of the major Technical Organisation is our national carrier & member of the Star Alliance, Air India limited and other one is nation’s pride Hindustan Aeronautics ltd (HAL) and many more. The AME Course has emerged as one of the most attractive Aviation Courses after 10+2 for better placements with high perks.
If we talk about Alpine Group, we are approved from Directorate General of Civil Aviation for aircraft maintenance engineering course and also have partnership with JSS Aviation, which enables the students to give all module examinations as per EASA 66. Beside Completing Curriculum of AME, it is very important to complete practical training related to that and Alpine has always met all those needs of training with Quality and Value in the stipulated time of meeting the requirements to become a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
Beside Certification for AME and Examination requirement of EASA 66 modules, our students can also undergo an integrated course of B.Sc in AME Hons. and can be a graduate along with AME curriculum in a period of 3 years only.
The following below are the Module papers-
MODULE 1 : MATHEMATICS*
MODULE 2 : PHYSICS*
MODULE 3 : ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS
MODULE 4 : ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS
MODULE 5 : DIGITAL TECHNIQUES / ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS
MODULE 6 : MATERIALS & HARDWARE
MODULE 7 : MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
MODULE 8 : BASIC AERODYNAMICS
MODULE 9 : HUMAN FACTORS
MODULE 10 : AVIATION LEGISLATION
MODULE11A : TURBINE AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS,STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS
MODULE 11B: PISTON AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS,STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS
MODULE 12: HELICOPTER AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS
MODULE 13 : AIRCRAFT AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (AVIONICS)
MODULE 14 : PROPULSION SYSTEM (AVIONICS)
MODULE 15 : GAS TURBINE ENGINE
MODULE 16 : PISTON ENGINE
MODULE17A : PROPELLER
*Only applicable for EASA