The chart below illustrates a typical pathway to obtain an EASA Category B license through a full-time, 2-year approved course provided by Air Service Training. Please note that a student that has completed the course and examinations will have to obtain a 2-year work experience at a Part 145 approved maintenance organisation, before applying for the license.

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AST engineering course also offer articulation to and from a range of academic programmes, including B.Eng (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering at Perth College UHI.


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