Train to be an EASA B1 licensed engineer + A320 T/R + B.Eng degree
Brookfield Aviation International are pleased to announce the unique and exciting opportunity to train to become an EASA licensed engineer, whilst earning your Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering Degree!
The course will be conducted in Europe at the technical facility of a renowned national airline and maintenance organisation alongside their partnering university. Throughout the course, you will be given the opportunity to gain theoretical training and practical on the job work experience along with the chance to work on an Airbus 320 Jet Aircraft receiving an additional type rating qualification. The requirements for most airlines and maintenance organisations in Europe and those maintaining EU registered aircraft worldwide, is to have certifying personnel holding the EASA Part-66 aircraft maintenance licence (AML). At the end of the course, if you pass, you will have everything required so you will be able to apply for your Part-66 AML for professional employment. The course is anticipated to take around three and a half years. The total basic tuition fee is €32,000
Students of any age from 18 upwards are eligible for this course, although it will be necessary for candidates to demonstrate an aptitude for technical subjects. The course is also suitable for older students with work experience (preferably in technical/mechanical/electrical background) however this is not essential.
This can be the beginning of a rewarding career in one of the world's fastest growing industries.