Sunday, October 11, 2009

EASA Part 66: B2 (Avionics).

New Status for B2 Training Program.

UniKL MIAT currently waiting for a full approval to conduct B2 program. Therefore, the latest intake for B2 program probably will be in January 2010. However, it is depends on the progress of getting the approval.

Thursday, August 6, 2009

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Wednesday, March 18, 2009


UniKL MIAT now is opening for new intake for EASA Part 66 - Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence. Anybody interested to joint, can submit the application form to UniKL MIAT as stated in the application form.

UniKL MIAT will only offer Category B1 - Mechanical.

For Category B2- Avionics; our management (Aero-Bildung) decided to offer in July 2009 due to unavoidably matter.

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Frequently asked question..

1) Any financial aids for this program?
Yes, but for Bumiputra only. (MARA Loan)

2) After finished from this program where can we apply a job?
Any MRO-Part 145 (Maintenance Repair Overhaul) aviation company.

3) Can we use EASA license in Malaysia?
Yes, but certain aviation company want us to have DCA license, therefore, we must
for apply for license conversion from DCA. Approval of conversion is subject to
DCA discretion.

4) Who can sign our maintenance schedule (experience logbook)while we working in the
Technical Engineering Personnel of EASA Part 145 or the holder of EASA Part 66 license engineer.

5) If i failed any module during the 2 years in UniKL MIAT, what happen?
You are allowed to resit the examination of the module, after 30/90 days of the first examination and pay the examination fee.

6) What is the different between EASA licence holder and Aircraft Engineering Degree?
Licence holder is allowed to sign the aircraft for airworthy.
Degree holder without the licence is not allowed to sign the aircraft for airworthy.

Friday, February 13, 2009

MoU Between UniKL MIAT and Aero Bildung GmbH

This is the beginning of the EASA Part 66 Program in UniKL MIAT.

Thursday, February 12, 2009

How the easa program conducted in UniKL MIAT?

All subjects or modules required for each category licence will be conducted module by module basis. Each module or subject will be conducted 6 hours per day. Only five working days in a week. Monday to Friday. Class will start at 8:30 am every day.

Any holiday or leave is subjected to approval by the University.

At the last day of each module there will be an examination. This examination question will be set up by the Aero Bildung Gmbh since the question must be approved questions from the EASA.

Monday, February 2, 2009

Entry requirement for EASA Part 66 program

Entry requirements for this program:

* Diploma / Bachelor holder in technical or engineering background.

* SPM with 3 years experience in aviation industry.

* Technical Professional certificate with 1 years experience in aviation industry.

* Industry (without SPM) must have 5 years experience in aviation industry.

EASA Part 66: Modules



Noted: X = All modules required to be completed for selected license category.

Sunday, February 1, 2009

EASA 1st Batch

Induction Day November 2008.

1st Batch EASA Enrollment: B1.1 Aeroplanes Turbine