DASA identifies the MEA units of competency required to address DASR MAML exclusions or to address competency gaps for the initial issue of a MAML. At enrolment with Aviation Australia, the candidate will be required to submit evidence of their aircraft maintenance engineering qualifications so that we can conduct an Initial RPL report assessment to identify the specific Part 66 basic knowledge and practical training and assessment requirements.
Once all the requirements have been met, as part of the Final RPL report step, Aviation Australia will certify (to the candidate) with a CASR Part 147 Certificate of Recognition (for any CASR Part 66 exams passed at 75% or above) and a Statement of Attainment for the units of competency achieved. This can then be submitted to DASA as evidence that the candidate has met the knowledge and competency requirements of the MEAs. Aviation Australia’s CASR and EASA Part 66 training and assessments are recognised by the Defence Aviation Safety Authority (DASA).
DASR Part 66 Military Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence Holders
Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided
Please confirm the exclusion removal, MEA Units of Competency or sub-category/category of licence you are pursuing, in the notes section, when enrolling for your Initial RPL report.
Your Initial RPL report will confirm the requirements you must complete in order to apply for an initial issue or to remove the specific exclusion/s from your DASR Part 66 B1 or B2 Licence.
Requirements will include:
Please do not upload any practical logbooks (SOE/JOE) as part of your Initial RPL application.