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.
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.
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 rectificationapply now
If you are in possession of the B1 license, you can also obtain your B2 license by passing a number of additional modules.
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
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).
Dutch Aviation Learning Center is located in Hoofddorp, The Netherlands.
Classroom training and exams will be provided at this location.