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). Please refer to 66.A.23 of the CASR Part 66 Manual of Standards.
Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
A copy of your CASR Part 66 Licence, Statutory Declaration (detailing your work history in relation to why you have not met the requirement of exercising the privileges of your licence for a minimum of 6 months in the preceding 24 months) and a brief resume must be uploaded at time of enrolment.
Enrolments must be received a minimum of 7 days from assessment day to allow for adequate preparation.
Access to CASR Part 66 Module 10 – Aviation Legislation self-study training material will be provided 4 weeks prior to course commencement (or upon enrolment confirmation if within 4 weeks). You will have 60 days online access. Approximately 8 hours pre-reading is required to prepare for your assessment day.
Aviation Australia shall conduct a theory assessment of your regulatory knowledge and an assessment using a range of simulated practical tasks depending on licence(s) or rating(s) held to ensure currency. A CASR Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation (MTO) report will be issued on successful completion, as per 66.A.23 of the CASR Part 66 Manual of Standards.