Total Aviation Training provides EASA Part 66 Examination through its association with IKAROS as a maintenance training organization and as referred to in EASA approval certificate CY.147,001.
EASA part 66 Exams allows the holder of this license to be certified B1 or B2 or B1/B2. The majority of EASA examinations are Multi Choice Questions (MCQ) examinations which vary in size dependent on the module. There are also 4 short essay examinations and the pass mark for all examinations is 75%.
Candidates who pass the EASA examinations will be issued a Certificate of Recognition of Examinations Passed which is admissible when applying for your license.
|M. 1||Mathematics||32 MCQ||40 Min|
|M. 2||Physics||52 MCQ||65 Min|
|M. 3||Electrical||52 MCQ||65 Min|
|M. 4||Electronic||40 MCQ||50 Min|
|M. 5||Digital Tech.||72 MCQ||90 Min|
|M. 6||Material and Hardware||72 MCQ||90 Min|
|M. 7||Maintenance Practices||80 MCQ + 2 Essays||100 Min +25 Min|
|M. 8||Aerodynamics||20 MCQ||25 Min|
|M. 9||Human factor||20 MCQ + 1 Essay||50 Min + 20 Min|
|M. 10||Aviation Legislation||40 MCQ + 1 Essay||50 Min +20 Min|
|M. 11||Aircraft Systems||140 MCQ||175 Min|
|M. 13||Structures and Systems||180 MCQ||225 Min|
|M. 14||propulsion||24 MCQ||30 Min|
|M. 15||Gas Turbine Engine||92 MCQ||115 Min|
|M. 17||Propellers||32 MCQ||40 Min|
MCQ= Multiple Choice Questions
Please note that module 7+9+10 only requires both MCQ and Essay, usually the Essay is one question (except for module 7) and the answer is a written brief about your knowledge in the field of the related question.
|B1 Required Modules||B2 Required Modules|
|M 1||M 1|
|M 2||M 2|
|M 3||M 3|
|M 4||M 4|
|M 5||M 5|
|M 6||M 6|
|M 7||M 7|
|M 8||M 8|
|M 9||M 9|
|M 10||M 10|
|M 11||M 13|
|M 15||M 14|
In case you want to take full B1/B2 then you are required to take all the modules listed above.