STUDY-PROGRAMME


Registration of individual modules is possible!

E-books give you the opportunity to prepare for an exam through self-study.

We now offer the option to add a so called “Q&A” session to your self-study module. This gives you the possibility to chat with a teacher and to go through the difficult topics.

Another option would be to combine classroom training with self-study. A minimum of 6 students is required to be able to offer the classroom lessons


To pass, you need to achieve a score of at least 75% per module!

Upcoming exam dates.

You can register up to 3 weeks before one of these dates, for any exam:

           08-05-2021  10.00LT
           18-05-2021  19.00LT
           07-06-2021  10.00LT
           22-06-2021  19.00LT
           03-07-2021  10.00LT
           20-07-2021  19.00LT
           07-08-2021  10.00LT
           17-08-2021  19.00LT
           04-09-2021  10.00LT
           21-09-2021  19.00LT            
           02-10-2021  10.00LT
           19-10-2021  19.00LT

CAT-A

The Category A authorizes the ‘Certificate of Release to Service’ of simple minor maintenance activities in the context of line maintenance and repair of simple defects in a Part-145 maintenance organization.

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CAT-B1

As Category B1 “Certifying Staff” you are qualified to issue a “Certificate of Release to Service” following “line
maintenance” for construction, engines and mechanical and electrical systems. In addition, avionics line replaceable units which can be easily tested for serviceability, also fall under the authority of this category certifying staff.

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CAT-B2

B2 qualified Certifying Staff will release maintenance performed on avionic and electrical systems and electric and avionics tasks within powerplant and mechanical systems requiring only simple test and minor scheduled line maintenance and simple defect rectification

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DELTA B1-B2

 If you are in possession of the B1 license, you can also obtain your B2 license by passing a number of additional modules.

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CAT-A

The activities are at the task level and limited to the tasks listed in the authorization of the Part-145 recognized maintenance organization.

By means of a module exam you demonstrate that you have the required basic knowledge. These must have been administered by an accredited Part-147 training organization.

Required modules Cat A:
• Module 1 Maths
• Module 2 Physics
• Module 3 Electrical Fundamentals
• Module 5 Digital Techniques / Elektronic Instrument Systems
• Module 6 Materials & Hardware
• Module 7A Maintenance Practices
• Module 8 Basic Aerodynamics
• Module 9A Human Factors
• Module 10 Aviation Legislation  

Additional for A1 (aircraft equipped with turbine engines):
• Module 11A Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems
• Module 15 Gas Turbines
• Module 17A Propellers

Essay:
As part of the exam, you must write an essay for a number of modules. This concerns module 7 (Maintenance Practices),
9 (Human Factors) and 10 (Aviation Legislation).

CAT-B1

A Category B1 Part-66 AML is specific to an aircraft type.
In order to be authorized by a Part-145 or sub-part F company for a particular aircraft type, that type must first be credited to the Part-66 AML.

The release of work on engines, mechanical and
electrical systems in a Part-145 maintenance organization are:

• Releasing work on avionics where proper operation can be determined with a simple test and no troubleshooting is required.
• Functioning as support staff when running base maintenance in a  Part-145 maintenance organization.
• The release of work performed by others under your supervision.
• Carrying out Category A tasks from the subcategory (s) for which you have a Category B authorization.

By means of a module exam you demonstrate that you have the required basic knowledge. These must have been administered by an accredited Part-147 training organization.

Required modules Cat A:
• Module 1 Maths
• Module 2 Physics
• Module 3 Electrical Fundamentals
• Module 4 Electronic Fundamentals
• Module 5 Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems
• Module 6 Materials & Hardware
• Module 7A Maintenance Practices
• Module 8 Basic Aerodynamics
• Module 9A Human Factors
• Module 10 Aviation Legislation

Additional for B1.1 aircraft equipped with turbine engines:
• Module 11A Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems
• Module 15 Gas Turbines
• Module 17A Propellers

Essay:
As part of the exam, you must write an essay for a number of modules. This concerns module 7 (Maintenance Practices),
9 (Human Factors) and 10 (Aviation Legislation).

CAT-B2

The release of simple minor maintenance jobs within the scope of line maintenance in a Part-145 maintenance organization. These activities are at the task level and limited to the tasks specified in the authorization of the Part-145 approved maintenance organization.

Acting as support staff when running base
maintenance in a Part-145 maintenance organization. The release of work performed by others under his supervision.

By means of a module exam you demonstrate that you have the required basic knowledge. These must have been administered by an accredited Part-147 training organization.

B2 aeroplane electronics (avionica)
• Module 1 Maths
• Module 2 Physics
• Module 3 Electrical Fundamentals
• Module 4 Electronic Fundamentals
• Module 5 Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems
• Module 6 Materials & Hardware
• Module 7A Maintenance Practices
• Module 8 Basic Aerodynamics
• Module 9A Human Factors
• Module 10 Aviation Legislation
• Module 13 Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems (avionic)
• Module 14 Propulsion

Essay:
As part of the exam, you must write an essay for a number of modules. This concerns module 7 (Maintenance Practices),
9 (Human Factors) and 10 (Aviation Legislation).

DELTA B1/B2

Expand category B1 authorization with B2 authorization.

If you are in possession of the B1 certificate, you can also obtain your B2 certificate on the basis of a number of additional modules. For this you have to follow modules 4, 5 and 13

By means of a module exam you demonstrate that you have the required basic knowledge. These must have been administered by an accredited Part-147 training organization.

Required additional modules:
• Module 4 Electronic Fundamentals 
• Module 5 Digital Techniques / Electronic Instrument Systems
• Module 13 Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems (avionic)

Contact 

Dutch Aviation Learning Center is located in Hoofddorp, The Netherlands.
Classroom training and exams will be provided at this location.

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Dutch Aviation Learning Center

Address:

Noordmeerstraat 20 | 2131 AD | HOOFDDORP

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