Aircraft mechanics maintain and repair aircraft systems and their components. They oversee the operation of various aircraft types, including helicopters and jets.
Aircraft mechanics inspect mechanical, hydraulic and structural systems and diagnose malfunctions. They use power and hand tools to repair aircraft parts. Aircraft mechanics also ensure compliance with aviation safety rules and regulations.
How do you become an Aircraft Engineer?
After successful completion of the course, participants will have the knowledge level to conform with Part – 66, European legislation and the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) syllabus .
Our training academy has been in operation since 1969 and it was first set up to train aircraft technicians.
Now, our Graduates are among the top-placed graduates in the Aviation Maintenance Business, with many of them holding leadership roles within the worldwide aviation industry.
The available course categories in relation to the Aircraft Maintenance License (AML) Part 66 are:
- Category B1, divided into the following subcategories
- B1.1 Turbine Aeroplane
- B1.2 Piston Aeroplane
- B1.3 Turbine Helicopter
- B1.4 Piston Helicopter B2 Avionics
- Category B2
- The B2 license is applicable to all aircraft.
The documentation awarded upon completion of the course is called a Certificate of Recognition Basic Training Certificate.
This certificate is valid, and recognized, in all countries that are full members of the EU as well as in all other countries whose aircraft land in EU Member States.
Ωmega Aviation Academy Technical Training Benefits
• EASA approved structured training courses
• Experienced trainers with decades of hands-on experience in the industry
• Flexible teaching approaches
• Modern new workshops and classrooms
• Modern workshops and equipment for teaching the required hand-skills
• Aircraft Practical Training in our workshops under the guidance of experienced instructors managed by the 147 training school.
• 2 months Aircraft Practical Training in a live EASA Part 145 facilities under the supervision of highly skilled maintenance engineers (only at 2 year course)
Why E -learning?
You can choose any module, sub-module of Part 66, or complete basic training.
You can save money and time by using the eLearning method.
You can keep alive your normal daily activities while studying
Duration of Study
- This includes theoretical courses, practical laboratory courses at the premises of the Aviation Academy in Piraeus and practical laboratory courses at an aircraft maintenance organization at the airport.
- Part 66 examinations are performed at the end of each module. (DEGREE Basic training and examination course)
- Note: for AML you need 2 years of working experience in aircraft maintenance organisation.
• The practical instruction means You:
– gain the capability to use relevant tools/equipment/test equipment as specified by manufacturers;
– learn the use of maintenance manuals in that You can carry out the required inspection/testing without missing any defects, can readily identify the location of components, and are capable of correct removal/fitment/adjustment of such components.
• The practical assessment means You:
– are only required to carry out enough inspection/testing and component removal/fitment/adjustments to prove capability;
– should also show an appreciation of the need to ensure clean working conditions and the observance of safety precautions for You and the product;
– should demonstrate a responsible attitude in respect to flight safety and airworthiness of the aircraft.
MODULE 1. MATHEMATICS
MODULE 2. PHYSICS
MODULE 3. ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS
MODULE 4. ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS
MODULE 5. DIGITAL TECHNIQUES/ELECTRONICS
MODULE 6. MATERIALS AND HARDWARE
MODULE 7A. MAINTENANCE PRACTICES
MODULE 8. BASIC AERODYNAMICS
MODULE 9A. HUMAN FACTORS
MODULE 10. AVIATION LEGISLATION
MODULE 11A. TURBINE AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (only B1.1)
MODULE 11B. PISTON AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (only B1.2)
MODULE 12. HELICOPTER AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (only B1.3 & B1.4)
MODULE 13. AIRCRAFT AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS (only B2)
MODULE 14. PROPULSION (only B2)
MODULE 15. GAS TURBINE ENGINE (only B1.1 & B1.3)
MODULE 16. PISTON ENGINE (only B1.2 & B1.4)
MODULE 17A. PROPELLER (only B1.1 & B1.2)
The ΩMEGA International Aviation Academy is in the very pleasant position to announce that an exclusive cooperation agreement was signed with the University of South Wales, offering advanced Aerospace Engineering education. This is an important step in developing a long-term relationship between the University of South Wales, one of Britain’s major higher education institutions, and ΩMEGA International Aviation Academy.
More specifically, the ΩMEGA graduates, after graduation from approved aircraft engineering-Part 66 courses, may apply to gain a full BSc (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering in one calendar year, to be introduced in the 3rd year at the University of South Wales. this spesific course has been designed in consultation with aerospace and aviation industry professionals and is continually reviewed to ensure it meets the current professional demands of the aerospace industry.