Train with the largest CASR and EASA Part 147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation in Australia.
Aviation Australia holds approval to conduct CASR and EASA Part 66 basic knowledge training and examinations. We also deliver a range of practical competency training & assessment, self-study options and Recognition of Prior Learning for aircraft maintenance engineering outcomes.
Aviation Australia’s CASR and EASA Part 66 training and assessments are also recognised by the Defence Aviation Safety Authority (DASA).
Aviation Australia delivers theory and practical training for E1, E4, E5 and E12 exclusions. These courses are designed to meet all requirements necessary to remove the exclusions from your CASR Part 66 B1 category licence.
Excluding electrical systems; electrical sub-system of mechanical, powerplant or structural systems; and instrument sub-systems of mechanical, powerplant or structural systems
These courses are also suitable for DASR66 B1 MAML holders to remove E1, E6.1, E44 and E60 exclusions.
The Requalification course is for CASR Part 66 licensed aircraft maintenance engineers who have not exercised the privileges of their licence for a minimum of 6 months in the preceding 24 months.
This course will enable a LAME to maintain currency for their licence(s) or rating(s).
CASR Part 66 Module 10 is one of the basic knowledge modules required in order to be eligible to apply for a CASR Part 66 A or B Category Licence.
CASR Part 66 Module 16 – Piston Engine is one of the basic knowledge modules required to be eligible to apply for a CASR Part 66 A2, A4, B1.2 or B1.4 Licence.