E1, E4 and E5 Exclusion Removal Training

This exclusion removal training is designed to meet all requirements necessary to remove the electrical exclusions. This applies to both;

  • CASR Part 66 B1 licence holders with exclusions E1, E4 and E5
  • DASR66 B1 MAML holders with Exclusions E1, E6.1, E44 and E60

There are three different options for you to choose from for this course;

  1. Instructor-Led Theory + Practical
  2. Self-Study + Practical
  3. Practical only*

* You must have completed the theory requirements to enrol into your practical only course

COURSE OUTCOMES / CERTIFICATION
You must have enrolled into an RPL with Aviation Australia for you to receive:

  • CASA Form 465 – provided to CASA.
  • AQF Statement of Attainment – listing all Units of Competency successfully completed.
Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (with E1, E4 and E5 exclusions)

Aviation Australia RPL customers

Apprentices/ Trainees (this will be vetted on a case by case basis)

Cost:

Instructor Led: AUD $5,800

Self-Study: AUD $2,500

Practical (Brisbane and Perth): AUD $3,600

Practical (Melbourne): AUD $3,900

Duration:

Instructor Led: 20 days

Self-Study: 12 months courseware access

Practical: 10 days

Location:

Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (with E1, E4 and E5 exclusions)
  • CASA Part 66 Licence
  • CASA CAR 31 / CASA PART 66 Examination Results
  • Australian (VET) Qualifications and Statements of Attainment (where applicable)
  • Foreign Licenses, Company authorisations/approvals, letters of endorsement of privileges exercised (QA)
  • Resume: timeline of your work experience and currency
Aviation Australia RPL Customers

 

  • As highlighted in your RPL Report
Apprentices/ Trainees (this will be vetted on a case by case basis)
  • CASA CAR 31 / CASA PART 66 Examination Results
  • Australian (VET) Qualifications and Statements of Attainment 
  • Company authorisations/approvals, letters of endorsement of privileges exercised (QA) (where applicable)
  • Resume: timeline of your work experience

NOTE – Upload restrictions: Individual file maximum size is 5120kB and 10MB total per online application.

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.

Self-Study

You can purchase relevant courseware from CASA B1 Licence Exclusion Removal Theory Exam Package [12 MONTHS ACCESS] – Aviation Australia (wisenet.co)

Examinations:

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.

Book your exam: Part 66 Exam Booking – Aviation Australia.

  • Module 3-4-5 CASA Exams can be found in ‘CASA Exams Available in Brisbane’
  • Module 11-12 CASA Exams can be found in ‘CASA – Subject Exams Available in Brisbane (only available to approved applicants)’

Modules relevant to E1,E4 & E5 training:

CASA, EASA (B1) Exam – B1-3 Electrical Fundamentals

CASA, EASA (B1) Exam – B1-4 Electronic Fundamentals

CASA, EASA (B1) Exam – B1.1 and 1.3 Module 5 – Digital Techniques/Electronic Instrument (Mechanical)

or

CASA, EASA (B1) Exam – B1.2 and 1.4 Module 5 - Digital Techniques/Electronic Instrument (Mechanical)

and 

CASA B1.1 and B1.2 11f, 11k, 11.6, 11.14 and pt 7.7 – Aeroplane systems (Instruments/Avionics Modular) Electrical Power and Lights, Electrical Cable and Connectors (License Exclusion Removal only)

or

CASA B1.3 and B1.4 12f, 12k, 12.8, 12.15, 12.13 and pt 7.7 Helicopter Systems (Instruments/Avionics Modular) Electrical Power and Lights, Ice and Rain Protection, Electrical Cable and Connectors (License Exclusion Removal only)

Please note the following information before completing your booking:

 

  1. Aviation Australia’s courseware and exam content are periodically subjected to Regulatory changers and updates, and therefore exam titles may change accordingly.  You must ensure the applicable exam is selected, relating to the qualification you are presently seeking and / or Licence held.
  2. If you have both Fixed wing (B1.1 and/ or B1.2) and Rotary wing (B1.3 and/ or B1.4) licenses, and wish to have Exclusions E1, E4 & E5 removed from your licenses, please be aware it is a CASA requirement to study for & sit both the following approved examinations:
    • CASA B1.1 and B1.2 11f, 11k, 11.6, 11.14 and pt 7.7 – Aeroplane systems (Instruments/Avionics Modular) Electrical Power and Lights, Electrical Cable and Connectors (License Exclusion Removal only)
    • CASA B1.3 and B1.4 12f, 12k, 12.8, 12.15, 12.13 and pt 7.7 Helicopter Systems (Instruments/Avionics Modular) Electrical Power and Lights, Ice and Rain Protection, Electrical Cable and Connectors (License Exclusion Removal only)
  3. If you are unable to complete the practical requirements in your workplace, Aviation Australia have a practical course available at an additional cost. Please note the theory examinations must successfully be completed prior to attending the practical training course.

The practical course only covers the practical requirements identified in the CASR Part 66 Manual of Standards for Exclusions E1, E4 and E5. It is designed for experienced engineers who have completed the theory course. All applicants must have a good understanding of electrical and electronic fundamentals, digital techniques and electronic instrument systems.

Course contains the following units of competency:

  • MEA201 – Remove and install miscellaneous aircraft electrical hardware/components
  • MEA203 – Remove and install advanced aircraft electrical system components
  • MEA223 – Inspect aircraft electrical systems and components
  • MEA227 – Test and troubleshoot aircraft electrical systems and components
  • MEA246 – Fabricate and/or repair aircraft electrical hardware or parts
  • MEA294 – Inspect, test and troubleshoot advanced aircraft electrical systems and components
  • MEA296 – Use electrical test equipment
  • MEA343 – Remove and install avionic system components

Instructor-led Courses

BRISBANE

Theory

No dates currently available

Practical

26 February - 8 March 2024

Instructor-led Courses

MELBOURNE

Theory Block A

27 May - 7 June 2024

Theory Block B

19 - 30 August 2024

Practical

21 October - 1 November 2024

Instructor-led Courses

PERTH

Theory Block B

No dates currently available.

Practical

No dates currently available.

Self-study (Theory Only)

Duration: 12 months
Cost: AUD $2,500

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