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.
Aircraft Engineering Course Info
26 Feb, 21 May & 8 October 2018
EASA Part 147 Approved Basic Training Program for B1.1, B2 and B1.3
B1.1 Mechanical 81 weeks
B2 Avionic 82 weeks
18 years or older at the commencement of training.
Successfully complete an Air New Zealand Aviation Institute Placement Test.
English language to a level of IELTS 5.5 (General or Academic Test) or equivalent.
Have graduated High School.
Ideally you will have completed Year 12 Mathematics, Physics and English.
Will be arranged by IGHE
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