Operaciones Auxiliares de Mantenimiento Aeronáutico

Aeronautical Maintenance Auxiliary Operations

Would you like to become an Aeronautical Maintenance Technician but do not have any of the entry requirements?

To learn more about the entry requirements, read this article.

If you find yourself in this situation, you can choose the option of studying Aeronautical Maintenance Assistant.

Aeronautical Maintenance Assistant

By studying the aeronautical maintenance assistant course, you will be able to perform auxiliary maintenance and service operations on the aircraft in compliance with technical specifications, in safe conditions and under the supervision of a senior technician with certification capacity.

The course consists of 440 hours which are distributed as follows:

  • Auxiliary operations in the aircraft (150 hours)
    • Auxiliary operations of external aircraft maintenance (40 hours)
    • Aircraft auxiliary internal maintenance operations (30hours)
    • Auxiliary aircraft service operations (50 hours)
    • Aeronautical safety and prevention of occupational and environmental risks (30 hours)
  • Auxiliary operations in aircraft workshop (210 hours)
    • Auxiliary maintenance of aircraft mechanical systems and fluids (50 hours)
    • Auxiliary maintenance of aircraft engines and propellers (40 hours)
    • Auxiliary maintenance of aircraft electrical systems (60 hours)
    • Auxiliary maintenance of aircraft interiors (30 hours)
    • Aeronautical safety and prevention of occupational and environmental risks (30 hours)
  • Non-work professional internship module of Aeronautical Maintenance Auxiliary Operations (80 hours)

Entry requirements for the Aeronautical Maintenance Assistant course.

The Aeronautical Maintenance Assistant course is a level 1 course, which has no training or professional requirements for entry.

Where to study the Aeronautical Maintenance Assistant course

Below you will find the centers where you will be able to study Maintenance Assistant.

Name Province Address CP Phone E-mail
Aaviation Group Madrid CM del Molino- King Juan University Nº7 28943 915653839 gerente@aviationgroup.es
Sebastián Almagro Airfield Córdoba CT Fuente Palmera, km 4.5 14700 957649257 belio@caena.org
Binter Formación, S.L.”). Las Palmas CL calle la Restinga Nº 1 35240 928 59 21 79 bintertraining@bintertraining.com
Center for Aeronautical Technical Education of the Canary Islands Santa Cruz de Tenerife CT Gral del Norte c820 star building nave 2 38297 922650365 cetac@cetac.info
CIFP as Mercedes Lugo AV de Madrid Nº 75 27002 982 82 80 01
European Aviation College S.A Salamanca CT de Madrid, km 14, 37893 923329002 almaraz@adventia.org
Femepa Foundation Las Palmas CL General del Sur 35100 928293149 femepa@femepa.es
Futurhangars S.L Barcelona ZO Aeroport de Sabadell 08205 937207492 / 670 879 987
EFAV – School of Aeronautical Training Barcelona CL Unió 81, Vilanova i la Geltrú 08800 938140440 secretaria@efav.cat
CEFA Institute Albacete CL Virrey Morcillo Nº 1 bj 02005 967615226 manuel@cefaformación.com
Seville Air Force Seville AV of the Maestranza Aerea 41011 954589406 cuenta_generica_maese@ea.mde.es
Maestranza Albacete area Albacete CT de las Peñas de San Pedro No. 3 02006 967556800 secretaria_maesal@ea.mde.es
MT Roalmed S.L Las Palmas CL La Restinga, Nº 1 35250 928786763/69 aerotraining@aerotrainingcanarias.com
Trabajos Aereos Espejo, S.L. Córdoba CL Irrigation (Cordoba airport) 14005 957329701 cristobal@alcocerformacion.com

Cost of studies

Many of the centers mentioned above are private and cost between 2000€ and 3000€, but if you are registered in the INEM offices, you can access them for free or through a subsidized program. For more information, please contact the study center directly.

Advantages of studying Aeronautical Maintenance Assistant

As you can see the access requirements are minimal but the possibilities of developing a professional career starting from this course are limitless. Once you have finished this training, you will be able to continue with the Aeronautical Maintenance Technician higher degree course. By accessing the advanced course you will have a certain theoretical/practical advantage over your classmates. Depending on your schedule, you will be able to study and work at the same time, thus gaining professional experience and earning an income that will allow you to pay for the EASA Part 66 license exams in aeronautical maintenance.

With this course there are all advantages, it is up to you to excel and become a professional in the aeronautical sector.

Information acquired from BOE Royal Decree 723/2011, of May 20, 2011, Annex 3.


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