the EASA part 66 licence and FAA A&P license!
EASA part 66 modules in englisch, deutsch & franšais can be purchased for Euro 20 to 70 by creating an account, confirming the accounts email (it goes sometimes in the spam-mail), logging in and clicking on the module you want. Paypal opens the module immediately! Modules will be open for 180 to 200 days! If you purchase several modules they may be extended!
of www.EASA66.eu sites!
Set of Study Books for the
EASA part 66 B1 & B2 licence
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Frequently asked Questions
|EASA part 66 exam preparation:
Sample Exam Questions and Training Material are here!
Types of licence and syllabus for the modules are here!
The ideal complementary training to master your college / airline exams!
|How to get
your international EASA66 part 66 licence.
You should work for an airline in maintenance, subscribe for the respective modules on www.EASA66.com , study, study, study ....., apply for the exam at the CAA or other for the respective modules (your manager must stamp and sign a copy of your passport! - This is to prove that it is you who takes the exam!).
When you have succeeded in all 13/14 modules at an approved exam place , you apply for the EASA66 licence and here you must prove your aviation maintenance work experience, which you have already documented and certified in a Work Log. See work experience info & documentation for the EASA part 66 licence!
For English, German and French exam info and questions see here!
Exam places info is here! More licence information is here!
There is no credit for A&P, ICAO other part
66 Licenses and Armed Forces fot the theory, but for work
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The systems contains now over 10,000 questions to practice for the Exam that you must take a UK - CAA office or any other exam place. I'll assist you with the application procedures etc.. So, all you have to do, is to study :) ! I really mean study!
The EASA-66 is not a came, saw and victory thing!
What to study? Click on the modules of www.EASA66.com to see what they expect you to know. There you can also see samples of the quiz files and recommended books. Some valuable information is on my DISCUSSION BOARD on www.EASA-66.eu/BBS My system consists of study aids, question data base and Brainstorm files with a lot of essentials to learn by heart, see for instance Diodes
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