As an aircraft mechanic you must hold an EASA Part-66 licence to be able to release your work. Because the Aviation Competence Centre is recognized as an EASA Part-147 Maintenance Training Organization we can provide EASA Part-66 modules examinations within our school.

To look at our examination schedule and examination locations, please select “Register for Examinations”.

After successfully passing the Part-66 Module Examination you will receive the European recognized “Certificate of Recognition” or an EASA Form 148. This certificate will remain valid for 10 years.

 

Depending the rating (or EASA Part-66 Category) you seek, different modules or levels can be applicable.

We currently offer Part-66 Module Examinations for:

  • Category A1 - Aeroplane Turbine, Line Maintenance Certifying Mechanic
  • Category A2 - Aeroplane Piston, Line Maintenance Certifying Mechanic
  • Category B1.1 - Aeroplane Turbine, Line Maintenance Certifying Technician
  • Category B1.2 - Aeroplane Piston, Line Maintenance Certifying Technician
  • Category B1.3 - Helicopter Turbine, Line Maintenance Certifying Technician
  • Category B1.4 - Helicopter Piston, Line Maintenance Certifying Technician
  • Category B2 - Avionics Technician

We also offer in for Part-66 holders in Belgium the possibility to remove any Limitations. Please view the possibilities in the sub-menu: Belgium Limitation Removal. The indicated codes are important when registering for a knowledge examination in the ExMan App.