About BAETC

Welcome to BAS Aircraft Engineering Training Centre (BAETC), an internationally recognized and technologically advanced provider of formal aircraft engineering maintenance training. BAETC is the second training organization outside the European Union and the first in the Middle East and Asia to have received Europe Aviation Safety Agency Approval for its training Centre (EASA.147.0002). In addition, BAETC is accredited by EDEXCEL for awarding the UK Higher National Diploma (HND), Level 5 in Aeronautical Engineering to students who have completed the EASA approved Part-66 Basic B1/B2 training. BAETC also offers a variety of Aircraft Type Ratings and specialized custom made courses.

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Courses

EASA Part 66 B1/B2 License

BAETC is currently accredited by EASA to deliver training in the B1 & B2 Categories. Both categories require a total of 2400 Guided Learning Hours which are completed during the first two-years of training.

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Aircraft Type Rating Courses

Aircraft Type Training courses include theoretical and practical elements of specific aircraft types and consist of the appropriate courses in relation to the license holder’s privileges.

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Special Courses

These courses cover initial and recurring training requirements designed to meet the specific needs of sponsoring organisations, with the content and duration being based on a thorough Training Needs Analysis.

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Conversion Course

This course is designed to provide engineers holding an ICAO License with the necessary knowledge to acquire an EASA Part-66 License. It is a condensed Basic Part-66 program run over 45 working days.

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HND Level 5 in Aeronautical Engineering

The Level 3 Diploma in Engineering and Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering are now incorporated in the Part 66 B1/B2 course for both current and incoming students in order to expand the educational capacity of the programme.

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EASA Part-66 Work Experience Program

Upon completion of the two-year theoretical training and in order to qualify for a Part 66 Basic License, students are required to complete a minimum of 2 years work experience to acquire hands-on aircraft maintenance experience.

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