All our training partners are approved by EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) and DCAM (Department of Civil Aviation Malaysia) under the Part 147 requirements. Through our partners, we are offering professional training courses for those who are passionate about aircraft maintenance. All the courses offered are with accordance to the employment requirements by airlines and maintenance organizations.
With this Professional EASA and DCAM training, you will be able to obtain a full Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License in just two years. Otherwise, it requires five years of working experience if you follow a Diploma or Degree pathway.
Blends the unique strengths of HAECO in Hong Kong/ TAECO in Xiamen, and the advantages of the group resources of aircraft maintenance, landing gear overhaul and engine overhaul companies, TAECO have obtained the EASA Part 147 Approval from Civil Aviation Authority of UK in December 2006.
With a versatile team of nearly 70 full-time instructors, supports and renders training capabilities in a multitude of training courses for aircraft types, basic license, practical skills, aviation English, human factors and other aviation maintenance courses. Utilizing a comprehensive facility of “standard practices” workshop and aircraft components, including Rolls-Royce and Pratt & Whitney engines, B747 landing gears, B747-400 airframe, fuel tank, and B747 simulator, the Center can therefore simulate the real aircraft maintenance environment for optimal training effects.
The Air New Zealand Aviation Institute’s EASA Part 147 Approved Basic Training Course offers international students the unique opportunity to study in New Zealand, learn from one of the world’s leading airlines and obtain an internationally recognized qualification.
Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are in demand around the world in both the Airline and MRO Industries as well as in General Aviation. An EASA License will open up a wealth of employment opportunities in the global aviation industry and will allow holders to add type ratings and advanced categories of their license as their career progresses.
ADMAL Aviation College is a local private institution dedicated for education and training in the field related to aviation engineering in Malaysia. The main objective of the college is to provide quality education in aviation engineering discipline in both knowledge and technical "know-how".
Owned by the Queensland Government and located at Brisbane International Airport, Aviation Australia conducts specialized courses in aviation maintenance engineering and flight attending (Cabin Crew). Current industry clients include Qantas, Virgin Blue, Boeing, Cathay Pacific, Air New Zealand and many more. This is a professional training centre used by major airlines for staff training.