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CASR Part 66 B1 (Mechanical) Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence

To satisfy CASA for the grant, under CASR Part 66, of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence (AMEL) in category/sub-categories B1.1, B1.2, B1.3 and B1.4 – candidates must meet the CASR Part 66 basic knowledge, competency and practical experience requirements as laid out in 66.A.25 and 66.A.30 of the CASR Part 66 Manual of Standards.

The requirements for the CASR Part 66 B1 Licence sub-categories now align with the requirements for the Diploma of Aeroskills Mechanical MEA50219, meaning both a Licence and AQF Qualification can be achieved with Aviation Australia.

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers


AUD $2,000

Ex-student fee $1,000


Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

Your RPL report will confirm the requirements you must complete in order to be issued with the CASR Part 66 B1.1, B1.2, B1.3 or B1.4 Licence and the Diploma of Aeroskills Mechanical MEA50219.

Requirements will include:

  • CASR Part 66 Basic Knowledge Modular Examinations and Essays for sub-category of licence sought – 66.A.25 (b)
  • National Aeroskills Competencies (MEA units of competency) for sub-category of licence sought – 66.A.25 (e)

Basic practical experience requirements for sub-category of licence sought (B1.1 and B1.3 sub-categories require a minimum of 4 years, while B1.2 and B1.4 sub-categories require a minimum of 3 years), 12 months of which must be accumulated immediately prior to application for licence – 66.A.30.

Upon enrolment and payment, you will be emailed an RPL Pack that will guide you in providing supporting evidence for your RPL assessment. This must be submitted via post, with certified true copies of your supporting documentation.

CASR Part 66 B1.1

CASR Part 66 B1.2

CASR Part 66 B1.3

CASR Part 66 B1.4

CASR Part 66 B1.1/1.2/1.3/1.4

This is for students that are not in Australia at the time of application and not eligible for a USI.

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