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Packages Available : Full Time
Duration : Theory: 2 Year
Practical Training: 1 Year
Commencement : July 2017

This exciting program is the singular route to becoming a professional Aeronautical Engineer. The title 'Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer' comes with an Aircraft Maintenance License (AML) which is a MUST for the aspiring Aeronautical Engineer.

The internationally accepted & recognised AML is the most powerful tool and a guaranteed pathway to a successful career as a hands-on Aeronautical Engineer.

Based on the EASA part 66 syllabus, the licence is issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (CAASL), a globally recognised body under the ICAO.

The AML course is conducted across two separate specialisations:

  1. The AML (Mechanical) course for those aspiring to pursue a career as an Engineer in Airframes & Systems, which requires a B1.2 Licence
  2. The AML (Avionics) course for those aspiring to pursue a career as an Engineer in Aircraft Electronics & Instrumentation, which requires a B2 Licence

Main aspects of the course :

  • Safety
  • Aviation Theory
  • Legislation
  • Human Limitations
  • Industrial Training
    • Non-destructive testing
    • Identification of metals
  • Practical Training
    • General Engineering
    • Aircraft Line Maintenance
  • CAASL written Exams

Topics covered in the course :

Module Number Module Name Mechanical - B1.2 Avionics - B2
1 Mathematics X X
2 Physics X X
3 Electrical Fundamentals X X
4 Electronic Fundamentals X X
5 Digital Techniques X X
6 Materials & Hardware X X
7 Maintenance Practices X X
8 Basic Aerodynamics X X
9 Human Factors X X
10 Air Legislation X X
11B Structures & Systems X  
13 Aircraft Aerodynamics   X
14 Propulsion   X
16 Piston Engines X  
17 Propellers X  
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Engineering Wings:
Wings are awarded to the cadet Aeronautical Engineer at the at the commencement of his/her AML