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APFT-LUFTHANSA TECHNICAL TRAINING PART 66 EASA CAT A AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING COURSE

The EASA CAT A program is the first step towards becoming a licensed personnel in the Aircraft Maintenance sector of the industry. APFT has partnered with Lufthansa Technical Training of Germany to deliver the training to young Malaysians who aspire to be Licensed Technicians or Engineers.

The program is a six- month theory and practical training whereby students will take the Lufthansa EASA CAT A exam and then get placed in an MRO to undergo a period of 3 years Industrial Training work. After all tasks have been completed they will be able to apply for their EASA CAT A licence. They can upgrade to be a Licensed Aircraft Engineer by taking the CAT B modules and adding another 2 years to the industrial training period. We have started the course in our Hangar in Subang airport where we have the classrooms, workshop, mechanical room, avionics room, riveting room, tool room and CBT facilities.


Entry Requirements
SPM or equivalent with English, Maths and Science


Course Content Theory

List of Modules

  • M 1 –Mathematics
  • M 2 –Physics
  • M 3 –Basic Electric
  • M 5 –Digital Technics
  • M 6 – Materials & Hardware
  • M 7 –Maintenace Practices
  • M 8 –Basic Aerodynamics
  • M 9 –Human Factors
  • M10 –Aviation Legislation
  • M11 –Aircraft Systems
  • M15 –Gas Turbine
  • M17 –Propeller


Course Content Practical

List of Modules

  • The duration of the practical training / workshop training will be 61 days
  • Several exercises / projects will be conducted in teams / groups
  • Teamwork is an essential part of our training
  • Assessments will be conducted during the practical training
  • The assessments will be evaluated by an EASA approved LTT assessor


Future Opportunities

Career in Aviation Maintenance

  • After getting the EASA CAT A 1.1 Aircraft maintenance Licence (AML), a mechanic can upgrade the licence to EASA CAT B1 or B2 certifying staff.
  • The EASA CAT B1 or B2 licence requires another 1 year of practical experience, if the applicant attends an EASA approved B1 or B2 course and pass all examinations successful.
  • If the applicant pass the EASA approved examinations successful without attending an approved course, 2 years of practical experience are necessary.


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