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Category B2 – Maintenance Certifying Technician/ Avionic 5 Years

B2 License

  • A B2 Licensed Engineer focuses on managing the necessary maintenance and repair checks concerned with the electrical systems and equipment on an aircraft.
  • Holders of a B license are able to issue a Certificate of Release of Service of aircraft following necessary maintenance and repair checks and thus requires a much more extensive knowledge than the Category A license.
  • Category C holders usually hold a B-1 or B-2 license and this enables a person to provide a Certificate of Release of Service of aircraft following a complete service or overhaul.
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EASA part 66 requirements

Theoretical training

  • Theoretical knowledge is demonstrated by passing the required EASA part 66 modules exams

Practical training (On Job training)

  • The practical knowledge is demonstrated by submitting an experience logbook.
  • The logbook must have complete details of the tasks performed, including the type of aircraft and job card number.
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EXAM format

The questions for the basic exams can be multiple-choice questions (MCQ) or essay format. All modules have MCQ, whereas, modules 7, 9, and 10 have MCQs and essay type Questions.

Entry Requirements

  • If you studied a part 147 approved courses, you need only 2 years of experience.
  • If you are coming from an accepted military background, you require 3 years of experience.

  • If you don’t have any of the above, you need 5 years’ Experience.

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Free Skill Classes

IAME student also get free of cost skills classes with engineering program in order to groom personality, crack interviews & MS-office Professional use.

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AME Courses

IAME offers aircraft maintenance engineering courses (B1/B2)


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