An Approved Maintenance Training Organisation
by the Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia
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Under the auspice of International of Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), all countries in the world not only licensed the pilots who fly the aircraft, but also Aircraft Engineers and Aircraft Technicians who maintain and release the aircraft safe for flight.
In Malaysia, Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia (CAAM) is the authority body that issues licenses for pilots, air traffic controllers, aircraft maintenance engineers and aircraft maintenance technicians.
Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
Ensuring you have a safe and pleasant flight, even before the aircraft takes off.
To protect against wear and deterioration that can lead to catastrophic failures in flight, aircraft are required to be maintained to approved methods and standards, which includes preservation, inspections, repairs, overhauls and replacement of parts.
Licensed Aircraft Engineers (LAEs) are skilled personnel, who are by law, determine an aircraft is safe and fit to be released for flight.
LAEs will certify in writing that the required inspections and maintenance tasks have been carried out accordingly. Once the 'Certificate of Release to Service (CRS)' is signed by the LAEs, it becomes a legally binding documents and attest to the LAEs personal accountability for the technical integrity and safety of the aircraft.
Potential LAEs have been earmarked, trained and promoted to high management positions in airlines and aircraft MRO organisations.
CAAM Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's Licence is recognised internationally under ICAO and qualified LAEs are very well sought after in overseas organisations.
The Training Program
Duration : 4 years | Qualification : CAAM Part-66 Category B - Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's Licence
2,400 hours of theoretical training
Workshop Practices for Basic Skills
Age 17 - 23 years old
SPM / O-Level with minimum grade C in English Language, Mathematics & Physics/Science. Diploma holders may also apply
Mentally and physically fit, not colour blind
All applicants are required to attend our Admission Assessment prior to joining the training.
Students are to opt for one (1) Licence Category for the training:
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Why APR-Aviation Training Centre?
PIONEER IN AVIATION TRAINING
We have more than 20 years of experience in training of Aircraft Mechanics, Aircraft Technicians and Aircraft Engineers. Since 1997, we have trained over 5000 students.
COLLABORATION WITH AVIATION INDUSTRY
We collaborate with more than 20 aircraft maintenance organisations, not only for On-the Job Training (OJT), but also on specialised aviation programs and Aircraft Type Training, to ensure our students get the best experience through multi-organisation OJT.
APPROVED & ACCREDITED PROGRAMS
We are approved by CAAM for basic training of Category A1, A3, B1.1, B1.2, B1.3 and B2, also Aircraft Type Training.
Our Aircraft Structural Repair (Sheet Metal) program is accredited by the Ministry of Human Resource.
We tailor our aviation programs to suit the industry needs. Our in-house courses are recognised by over 50 organisations, among others are; AirAsia, Airbus Malaysia, Berjaya Air, GE Engine Services, Malindo Air, Sabah Air, Hornbill Skyways, Leonnado Helicopter, Police Air Wing, Pasukan Udara Tentera Darat, Politeknik Banting and Weststar Aviation.
PROVEN TRACK RECORD
We have churned out hundreds of Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Technicians for the aviation industry. To train competent maintenance personnel, our Instructors and Assessors are carefully selected, with mostly Licensed Aircraft Engineers with vast aviation knowledge and hands-on industry experience covering low-cost and national airlines, MROs, aircraft manufacturing, private jets operation and general aviation.
APR-AVIATION TRAINING CENTRE
APR-Aviation Training Centre Sdn Bhd (708109-K)
No. 22, Jalan Dinar A U3/A, Seksyen U3
Taman Subang Perdana, 40150
Shah Alam, Selangor
03-7845 0133 / 0136