EASA Approved B1/B2 B777 Online Training
EASA Approved B1/B2 B777 Online Training starting on 24th
June 2020 after successful start of B737NG & A320/321 under distance
learning virtual class.
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Process at JSS Aviation
We Are One stop Aircraft Maintenance Licensing solution, who abide to solve your all Licensing problem.
At JSS Aviation we provide Basic Maintenance Training for acquiring aircraft maintenance license B1 & B2. All courses are in line with the EASA authority quality and procedural standards for the training of maintenance personnel as laid down in EASA PART- 66.
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Training & Course FAQs
To Get EASA AML you need to clear all required modules for applicable AML (B1 /B2) and in general 05 years of working experience for maintaining aircraft and having signed / attested for same work can apply with all supporting documents to any EU authority for issue of AML.
Also you have to go through type training courses process for same Aircraft which you wish to endorse.
To gain an aircraft engineer’s licence, you need to demonstrate competency in the required technical skills, have an understanding of aviation regulations, legislation and have gained the relevant modular exam, type training (Theoretical / practical ), and required on job training experience.
The more qualifications and variety of engine/system/type licences you have, the better your employment and career opportunities.
An AME’s job is to maintain and service aircraft:
- In approved maintenance organisations or / & Airlines.
LAMEs can also carry out servicing and maintenance work, but their main role is to supervise the work of other engineers in the team and sign off on the work, certifying that the job has been completed to the required standard and the aircraft is ready to fly.
In most cases, an aircraft engineering team will be made up of a number of apprentices, aviation maintenance workers, AMEs and LAMEs across different specialisations (mechanical, structural and avionics). The ability to communicate clearly and effectively as part of a team is very important for an aircraft engineer.
Due to the ever-increasing complexity of aircraft, LAMEs are encouraged to undertake ongoing training, using courses such as those offered by manufacturers, employers or external contractors.