Maintenance Certifying Technician/ Mechanical – Category B1

Category B1 authorization entitles the holder to issue Certificates of Release to Service after maintenance work, including work on: the airframe; the engines;  mechanical and electrical systems.

Category B1 authorization includes the replacement of quickly replaceable avionic units for which a simple check (usually on board) is required to verify their integrity for further operation.

Category B1 authorization automatically entitles the holder to issue Category A Certificates of Release to Service. Category B1 is subdivided into subcategories relative to combinations of aeroplanes, helicopters, turbine and piston engines as following:

  • B1.1: Aeroplanes – Turbine        B1.3: Helicopters – Turbine
  • B1.2: Aeroplanes – Piston          B1.4: Helicopters – Piston

Who Should Attend

  • Personnel wanting to get an EASA PART 66 License
  • Personnel with a Cat. A License
  • Qualified maintenance personnel (working in PART 145) willing to extend their knowledge and license

Number of participants

  • Minimum : 8 persons
  • Maximum: 15 persons

Objective

After completion of the course participants will have the theoretical knowledge in accordance with the syllabus and knowledge level in conformity with EASA Part – 66, appendix 1.

Eligibility

An applicant for an aircraft maintenance license shall be at least 18 years of age with ability in reading and understanding English. For B1 courses participants should have a Cat. A license and the relevant experience.

Theoretical Training – Full courses Category B1 – number of hours

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Practical Training – Number of hours

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