EASA Part 66 B1.1 - Basic Course in Aircraft Maintenance

Overview

The course is designed as per the EASA Part 66 basic training Category B1.1 requirements. B1.1 - Mechanical stream will be predominantly associated with aircraft structure, aircraft systems such as Air-conditioning System, Hydraulic Power, Landing gear, Doors, Aircraft Engine etc. essentially associating with Mechanical aspects of the aircraft.

Theory
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Electrical Fundamentals
  • Electronic Fundamentals
  • Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems
  • Materials and Hardware
  • Maintenance Practices
  • Basic Aerodynamics
  • Human Factors
  • Aviation Legislation
  • Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
  • Gas Turbine Engine
  • Propeller

Practical

The following workshops and on-the-job training opportunities will be offered during the course period (based on the stream followed).

  • Base (Hangar) Maintenance
  • Aircraft Structures Workshop
  • Paint and Composite Workshop
  • Accessories Workshop
  • Avionic Workshop
  • Line Maintenance
  • Engine Module Change Facility
  • Wheels and Brakes Workshop
  • Fabric and Seat Workshop
  • Safety Equipment Workshop

Course certificates will be awarded to those who successfully complete all examinations, practical assessments and fulfil attendance requirements.


  For information on EASA Part 66 B2 Course please click here
  For information on Foundation Course in Aircraft Maintenance please click here

EASA Part 66 B1.1 / B2 is approved by Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka, EASA 147, Maldivian Civil Aviation Department and Pakistan Civil Aviation Approval.

Entry Requirements

Local Students
  • Successful completion of GCE O/L (Local or London) with 6 passes including 4 Credit passes with credit for Mathematics, Science (Chemistry, Physics, Biology etc.) in one sitting and a Credit Pass for English in any sitting and Two Credit passes at GCE A/L (Local or London) in Maths, Science & Engineering Technology stream, excluding General English. A credit pass for physics is mandatory for those who have completed GCE A/L (Local or London) in Maths or Science stream.

    OR

    Successful completion of Foundation Course in Aircraft Maintenance conducted by SLAC.

    OR

    Successful completion of Basic Course in Aircraft Maintenance Category A1 conducted by SLAC.

    OR

    Successful completion of GCE O/L (Local or London) with 6 passes including 4 Credit passes with credit for Mathematics, Science (Chemistry, Physics, Biology etc.) in one sitting and a Credit Pass for English in any sitting and a Degree from a recognize University in the fields of one of the following: Mechanical, Electrical, Electronics, Mechatronics, Aircraft Maintenance ,Aircraft Engineering, Aerospace Engineering


Overseas Students
  • Successful completion of GCE (O/L) with 6 passes with 4 credits or an equivalent qualification including passes for Science (Chemistry, Physics, Biology etc.) & Mathematics. And a credit pass for English and a score of 5 or more for all categories in the IELTS exam. (IELTS requirement will be waived off for the students who have followed G C E O/L in English medium.)

    OR

    Successful completion of Foundation Course in Aircraft Maintenance conducted by SLAC.