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EASA part 66 training in German & English for LBA, FOCA & Austro Control

What is the EASA Part 66, JAR 66 and the A&P license? - EASA part 66 / JAR-66 FAQ!
The aircraft technician must demonstrate a certain minimum of specialist knowledgeA list of books for the IHK exam and the EASA Part 66 license is here!
The way to get an EASA Part 66 license is to first pass all theory exams and then apply for the license.

You can take the EASA Part 66 license exams (as an external candidate) immediately, there is no waiting time!

How to get the EASA Part 66 license in self-study!
You can learn at home with the help of www.EASA66.de

You register for the exam for 3 to 5 modules at an EASA Part 147 approved school or a "National Authority"!
While you are still studying, you start to fill in the work log! There is no practical test!
If you have passed all 12 to 15 modules, you apply for the license on the EASA Form 19,
there you have to prove your professional experience in a work log!

Germany, Austria & Switzerland (German & English): www.EASA66.de  


CAT-A1 and B1.1 aircraft with turbine engines (mechanic)
Exams that you have to take are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,15 & 17 (no M4 for CAT-A)
CAT-A2 and B1.2 airplanes with piston engines (mechanic)
Exams that you have to take are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,16 & 17 (no M4 for CAT-A)
CAT-A3 and B1.3 helicopters with turbine engines (mechanic)
Exams that you have to take are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12 & 15 (no M4 for CAT-A)
CAT-A4 and B1.4 helicopters with piston engines (mechanic)
Exams that you have to take are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,12 & 16 (no M4 for CAT-A)
B3 modules 1 to 11C, 16 & 17 aircraft with piston engines up to 2000kg
Exams that you have to take are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,16 & 17
CAT- B2 (avionics)
Exams that you have to take are M1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,13 & 14
CAT - C (Base Maintenance Certifying Engineer)

The modules of the EASA 66 system:
M1 mathematics M2 physics M3 electrics M4 electronics M5 digital technology M6 materials

M7 maintenance M8 Aerodynamics M9 Human Factors M10 Aviation Laws

M11 structures & syst. M12 helicopter M13 structures & systems M14 propulsion

M15 gas turbine engine M16 piston engine M17 propeller

Exams that you have to take for the respective license!

LBA info on EASA Part 66 license says on page 7
"In principle, however, it is also possible to take the module exams without attending a basic course"
for people who study at home
or also take part in a course,
B3 training will soon be offered by aviation schools.
My system
www.easa66.de offers an exam preparation for people who study at home
You will probably only be able to take the first exams in summer, as the exam locations are where the exams are put together!
You can also use the EASA part 66 CAT-A, B1 and B2 im Self study acquire. this happens
by learning and then registering for the exam with the EASA Form 19Fas with the aviation schools.
My system prepares people specifically for the exam, of course you have to learn too ;-).
My exam question system has a built-in learning function that removes questions that you have already mastered.
After a few days / weeks you will have an overview and will register for the exam.

Self-Study-Student: Anyone can study at home and then take a basic exam as per
Submit Annex III (Part-66) to Regulation (EC) 2042/2003 at the national authorities or a Part 147 certified school!
You can simply register for the exam (with Form 19F) and take it!
Recognized schools in Germany that hold exams! Examination in Austria Examination in Switzerland
As a so-called self-study student, you only have to prove your professional experience when you have all
Has passed exams, that is, if you apply for the license with Form 19!
These basic tests are in accordance with Annex III (Part-66) to Regulation (EC) 2042/2003 and also apply to people
who want to expand their license, e.g. B. CAT-A to B1, B1 to B2 or B2 to B1 ....

You can do a maximum of 4 or 5 exams in one day!
Exams can be taken at different locations (Germany, Switzerland, Austria). Exam info!
See LBA info, FOCA-Info and Austro Control-Info for the modules, work experience, also for those outside the job, etc.!
Professional experience in the police and military (air force, army & navy) is recognized!
A total of 14 exams must be taken for the B1.1 and 13 exams for the B2 license (including essays). Content of the modules!
As you study for the exams, you collect signatures for the work log.
If all 14/13 exams are passed, the license must be applied for on Form 19.
My system www.EASA66.de also offers exam preparation to ensure that
that you pass the exam well.

If someone does not get along with the exam at his school, my system can help!

Alternatively, there are the new FAA A&P books, which cover almost all EASA-66 modules!
Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook-Powerplant: FAA-H-8083-32
Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook-Airframe: FAA-H-8083-31 Volume 1
Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook-Airframe: FAA-H-8083-31 Volume 2
Aviation Maintenance Technician Handbook-General: FAA-H-8083-30
Aircraft Inspection, Repair & Alterations: Acceptable Methods, Techniques, and Practices
License extensions:  B1 to B2 for 180 euros      B2 according to B1.1 for 250 euros

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Otmar Bender