CIFA : Conseil International de Formation Aerospatiale
International Airspace Training Council
WAN – An Approved Training School
- WAN is an aeronautical training center based in Belgium
- We delivered in 2014 , 140,000 hours of training
- 3 publics : students , unemployed people and employees
- WAN is an IATA accredited training school for dangerous goods course
- WAN is part of TRAINAIR ICAO program
EASA Mechanics licence PART 66
- Category A licensed Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic
- Entry level: Minimum Higher Secondary
- Age: Minimum 18 years old
- Language: English
- 6 month minimum theoretical training within the WAN facilities,
- 2 Month Practical training within the WAN facilities,
- 4 Month Outplacement within a EASA Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance companies at different locations within Europe (Schengen countries, due to validity of visa )
- All students have to follow the modules mentioned on the next page and pass Multiple Choice Exams and Essay question exams for the relevant modules.
- Practical training requirement for the National Aviation Authorities: 1 year
- What can a Category A licensed Aircraft Maintenance Mechanic do after he has received the Part 66 license?
- After performing practical training within an EASA Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance Organisation the candidates will / could be employed by the same Part 145 or other EASA Part 145 Aircraft Maintenance Organisations keeping in mind the shortfall of aircraft mechanics in all around the world.
Although the Category A mechanics will be limited in the tasks they can certify for on the Aircraft, each individual will have the chance or opportunity to pass to the Category B1 or B2 or both after having passed the relevant exams and performed the appropriate practical training. The certification privileges of a category B1/B2 are less restrictive than the Category A licensed Mechanic.
EASA Mechanics licence PART 66 – courses layout
- Module 1 : Mathematics
- Module 2 : Physics
- Module 3 : Electrical 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
- Module 11a : Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
- Module 15 : Gas Turbine Engine
- Module 16 : Piston Engine
- Module 17 : Propeller
WHY EASA LICENCE ?
- MOBILITY OF THE PEOPLE
- OFFER TO FOREIGN AIRCRAFT LANDING IN CHINA ,GROUND ENGINEERS WHO WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR THEM ON LAY OVER
- THEY WILL BE ABLE TO DEAL WITH TECHNICAL PROBLEMS IN RESPECT OF EASA REGULATION