This exclusion removal training is designed to meet all requirements necessary to remove the electrical exclusions E1, E4 and E5 from your CASR Part 66 B1 category licence. This training is also suitable for DASR Part 66 B1 MAML holders with Exclusions E1, E6.1, E44 and E60.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Self-Study
Instructor-led Theory Course
This course is delivered in two blocks:
Block A – Week 1 & 2 (Module 3 and 4)
Block B – Week 3 & 4 (Module 5 and partial 11/12)
Providing the option to complete in one sitting or two.
This is a fast-paced course with a high level of technical content. We provide pre-course training material and you are required to complete this prior to commencing the course. During the course, a minimum of 10 hours per week self-study is expected, to revise and prepare for the regulatory examinations.
Access to the courseware will be provided approximately 4 weeks prior to course commencement (or upon enrolment confirmation if within 4 weeks). You will have 90 days online access.
Enrolments close 2 weeks prior to course commencement to allow sufficient time for pre-course study.
This course includes assessment report, access to self-study courseware, initial CASR Part 66 exams and a practical journal to enable you to complete the practical requirements in your workplace. Upon successful course completion certification will be issued to you and CASA.
Access to the courseware will be provided for 12 months. CASR Part 66 basic knowledge examinations can be booked at any of our approved exam locations, via our website. Any resit examinations required will be charged at our standard exam rate.
If you are unable to complete the practical requirements in your workplace, we do have a practical course available, at additional cost.
The practical course covers the practical requirements identified in the CASR Part 66 Manual of Standards for Exclusions E1, E4 and E5. It is a pre-requisite of enrolment on the practical course that all theory requirements have been met.