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Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Training

The Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) has been approved as a Part-147 Maintenance Training Organization, by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Kuwait and the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), United Arab Emirates (UAE).

DGCA KCASR1 Part-147 Approval

On the 06th of July 2010, the Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) gained approval from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Kuwait.

Approval reference no: DGCA /AMTO/002 (Basic Training)

DGCA KCASR1 Part-147 Approval (B1.1) Mechanical

EASA Part-147 Approval

On the 04th of January 2011, the Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) gained approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

Approval reference no: EASA.147.0074 (Basic Training)

EASA Part-147 Approval (B1.1) Mechanical

On the 05th of October 2012, the Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) gained approval from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

Approval reference no: EASA.147.0074 (Basic Training)

EASA Part-147 Approval (B2) Avionics

GCAA CAR-147 Approval

On the 24th of March 2013, the Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) gained approval from the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA), United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Approval reference no: CAR 147/13/2013 (Basic Training) and as follows:

GCAA CAR-147 Approval (B1.1) Mechanical

ACK brings unique qualities to the local and regional community basic training sector, with flexible aircraft maintenance training solutions, designed to give you the maximum training and cost benefits.

Entry Requirements

English Language Requirement - minimum TOEFL IBT score of 71 / IELTS Academic 5.5 (average).
OR: Direct Entry Level score on the ACK English Entry Level Placement Test.
AND: Science section Secondary School Certificate which must include a pass grade in Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Biology.

Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Mechanical) B1.1

The Diploma program is a course specially designed for students who wish to gain employment in the aerospace industry as aircraft trainee mechanics or trainee engineers. Diploma graduates will be equipped with a wide range of practical skills and knowledge, applicable to the aerospace maintenance industry. These Diploma programs are five semesters in duration, i.e. two & a half years fulltime course. Successful completion of the Diploma program also provides a pathway for further training towards becoming a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME).

ACK offers one fulltime Diploma program, which is as follows:

Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Mechanical) TB1.1

ACK welcome individual students, as well as large client bookings from the Aviation Industry. External students can tailor modules to suit their exact requirements and can attend as many or as few modules (theory, examination or both) as they require.

 

Diploma Program – Mechanical (B1.1) and Avionics (B2)

The Aviation Diploma Program (B1.1) is a 5 semester i.e two & a half year fulltime course at ACK consisting of:

  • 29 Phase (formative) examinations
  • 13 Part-66 module (summative) examinations
  • Theoretical Training  (1400 hrs)
  • Part/CAR-147 practical training (700 hours)
  • Part/CAR-145 operational work experience (300 hours)
  • IELTS 5.5 academic or equivalent across all bands (by end of semester – 4)

Students who successfully complete the above requirements of the Part/CAR – 147 approved B1.1 course, after 5 semesters at ACK, will be awarded the following:

  • Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Mechanical (B1.1)
  • Australian College of Kuwait (ACK) EASA/GCAA/DGCA-Kuwait Part-147 approved B1.1 Basic Training Course Certificate

These students could be employed locally or internationally as trainee mechanics or trainee engineers.

Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical) and/or Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Electronics and Control) Degrees

Upon successful completion of the Diploma program with a GPA of 2.00 and above, students can enroll into an articulated pathway into Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Mechanical) and/or Bachelor of ​Engineering Technology (Electronics and Control) Degrees.