Accomplishing my EASA Part 66 Cat. A License program from Atlantic Aviation Group Training Academy was very advantageous as Atlantic Aviation Group Training Academyis one of the facilities that has approval to run a training school( Part-147) and carry out heavy base maintenance under the same roof. The program had a good balance between theory and practical. All
the modules were delivered by experienced aviation professionals and they had an excellent teaching approach. The program
also covered mechanical, electrical and sheet metal workshops. The lectures and workshops were immediately followed by on-the-job training. I was stationed round all the sections of an aircraft like cabin, cargo, air conditioning, night controls, landing gears, engines, electrical and avionics systems. During this time, I had an opportunity to work with highly experienced maintenance personnel who taught me numerous technical skills, inspection techniques and troubleshooting procedures. I found all the engineers very helpful, friendly and they supported me throughout the training. This program equipped me with relevant knowledge, skills, attitude and right values to be a competent aviation professional. Upon completion of my programme, I received EASA Part66 Cat. A license from Irish Aviation Authority. Being a Cat. A licensed mechanic is already a promising start with an opportunity to upgrade myself to B1/B2 engineer with further examinations and experience.
BSc. in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Student, Atlantic Aviation Group Training Academy