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MEA405 Repair/modify aircraft composite material structure/components

This unit of competency is often required by qualified aircraft maintenance engineers so that they can be approved as a ‘specially qualified person’ to perform composite structure maintenance of specified aircraft within a CAR 30 Maintenance Organisation, or specialist maintenance task/processes in a CASR Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO).

MEA405 has the prerequisite MEA401 Inspect Aircraft Structures.

Open To:

Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) Employees

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report– $550 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

This unit of competency will enable students to:

  • Plan repair/modification
  • Prepare components for hot bonding
  • Repair/modify components using hot bond
  • Repair/modify components using cold cure
  • Resume
  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s licenses (local and/or foreign)
  • Company authorisations/approvals
  • Letters of endorsement of privileges exercised (QA)
  • Australian (VET) Qualifications and Statements of Attainment
  • Part 66 theory results (EASA, CASA, GCAA) from Approved Part 147 organisations
  • CASA Basic (CAR31) exam results
  • Licensing exam results
  • Workplace service letters
  • Trade certificates and qualifications
  • Training certificates (type training, skills training)
  • Qualification certificates (Certificates, Diplomas, Degrees, etc.)
  • Company training records

Please do not upload any practical logbooks (SOE/JOE) as part of your Initial RPL application.

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

MEA405 Repair/modify aircraft composite material structure/components – Initial RPL Report