We have been delivering EASA Part-66 Licenced courses for many years to some of the world's leading aviation and maintenance organisations.
There are three main categories of licence. Below you will find the EASA definition of the CAT B2 Licence and modules:
CAT B2 Licence: Permits the holder to issue certificates of release to service following maintenance on avionic and electrical systems. CAT B2 staff can qualify for any A sub category as can any avionic mechanic, subject to compliance with the appropriate A sub category requirements.
|M6||Materials and hardware|
|M13*||Aeroplanes aerodynamics, structures & systems|
|M14||Gas turbine fundamentals|
*Please note that M13 is taught using a mix of computer based training (JAMF) and instructor lead classroom teaching. The new syllabus has been included in the November M13 course. Should you reside outside of the EU there will be additional charges to couries the JAMF laptop and notes to you. We can provide the notes in PDF format and send via sendspace.
M6 and M7 require some up front self study (approx 1 week per module) prior to attending the classroom based training. Notes will be emailed once payment has been received.
Download the PDF booking form for the 2014 modules.
Once you have completed the booking form please scan and email to firstname.lastname@example.org, fax to 0844 9803341 or post it back to us.