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Aircraft Maintenance License B1&B2

Overview

Elevate Your Aircraft Maintenance Skills with 360 Aviation Life – Your Pathway to Unparalleled Training and Career Success.

At 360 Aviation Life, our aviation maintenance training is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed in the aviation industry. We offer courses for both beginners and professionals, including the B1, B1.2, and B2 courses for obtaining the aviation maintenance license, as well as type training courses for Airbus A320 CEO, NEO, Boeing 373, and A330.

Why choose 360 Aviation Life for Aircraft Maintenance Training?

1

Experienced Instructors

Our instructors are experienced professionals with years of industry experience.
2

Comprehensive Curriculum

Our curriculum is designed to provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in the aviation industry.
3

Flexibility

We offer courses for both beginners and professionals, with options for full-time and part-time study.
4

Industry Connections

We have connections with industry, providing you with opportunities for networking and career development.
5

Career Opportunities

Our courses provide you with the skills and knowledge needed to succeed in a variety of careers within the aviation industry.

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Program

Unlock new horizons in the aviation industry and elevate your aircraft maintenance skills with the B1 & B2 Program.

Our B1&B2 certification programs are meticulously designed to equip you with the expertise and confidence to excel in the dynamic world of aircraft maintenance. Whether you aspire to master the art of aircraft maintenance with our B1 course or delve into the fascinating realm of avionics with our B2 course, we have you covered.

OUR B1 COURSE is tailored to equip you with in-depth knowledge and practical skills to ensure the airworthiness of aircraft. Delve into the intricacies of aircraft systems, from structure and powerplant to electrical and mechanical components. Explore aviation legislation, fuel systems, flight controls, and more. Gain the confidence to perform maintenance tasks, troubleshoot issues, and guarantee the safety and reliability of aircraft.

OUR B2 COURSE is designed to unlock your full potential. Dive into the world of aircraft communication, navigation, and instrumentation systems. Develop expertise in digital techniques and electronic instrument systems. Learn to diagnose, repair, and maintain avionics equipment with precision. Become a sought-after specialist in the ever-evolving field of aircraft electronics.
  • Developing your technical skills in aircraft systems and components
  • Prepare the EASA Part 66 B1.1, B1.2 and B2 licence examinations
  • To have a comprehensive understanding of aviation maintenance
  • Enhancing your problem-solving and critical thinking abilities
  • Full online classes
  • Access to recorded and live classes in English with subtitles in the student’s language
  • Full access to our student community, including a WhatsApp group where a virtual study campus is created
  • Official training books and a bank of test questions to help you prepare for the exams
  • Two exam sessions included in the price
  • Immediate examination results
  • Free second exam opportunity if you fail the first time
Module 1 Mathematics
  • Develop a strong foundation in mathematics relevant to aircraft maintenance.
  • Gain proficiency in arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.
  • Apply mathematical principles to solve aircraft maintenance problems and calculations
Module 2 Physics Level B1 & B2
  • Understand the fundamental principles of physics applicable to aviation.
  • Learn about mechanics, thermodynamics, optics, and electricity in the context of aircraft systems.
  • Apply physics concepts to analyze and troubleshoot aircraft maintenance issues.
Module 3: Fundamentals of Electricity
  • Explore the principles of electricity and electrical circuits.
  • Learn about electrical components, wiring systems, and safety practices.
  • Develop skills in diagnosing and repairing electrical faults in aircraft systems.
Module 4: Fundamentals of Electronics Level B1 & B2
  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of electronic components and circuits.
  • Study topics such as diodes, transistors, amplifiers, and digital logic gates.
  • Learn how to troubleshoot and repair electronic systems in aircraft.
Module 5: Digital Techniques/Electronic Instrument Systems Level B1 & B2
  • Understand digital techniques and electronic instrument systems used in aviation.
  • Learn about aircraft instrumentation, data buses, and communication protocols.
  • Gain practical skills in maintaining and calibrating electronic instrument systems.
Module 6: Materials, Equipment, and Tools Level B1 & B2
  • Familiarize yourself with aircraft materials, hardware, and fasteners.
  • Learn about various equipment and tools used in aircraft maintenance.
  • Understand proper handling, storage, and maintenance of materials and tools.
Module 7A: Maintenance Practices and 7.4 for B2
  • Explore aircraft maintenance practices, procedures, and documentation.
  • Study the regulations and requirements related to aircraft maintenance.
  • Gain practical knowledge in performing maintenance tasks and ensuring airworthiness.
Module 8: Basic Aerodynamics
  • Learn the principles of aerodynamics and their applications in aviation.
  • Understand the behavior of airflow around aircraft surfaces and components.
  • Gain insights into lift, drag, stability, and control of aircraft
Module 9A: Human Factors
  • Explore human factors that influence aircraft maintenance and safety.
  • Understand the impact of human performance, limitations, and errors.
  • Learn strategies for enhancing human performance and maintaining safety culture.
Module 10: Aviation Legislation
  • Study the national and international regulations governing aviation.
  • Gain knowledge of EASA regulations and other relevant legal frameworks.
Module 11A: Aerodynamics, Structures, and Systems
  • Develop a comprehensive understanding of aerodynamics and its application in aircraft design and performance.
  • Study aircraft structures, including materials, construction methods, and maintenance practices.
Module 15: Gas Turbine Engine
  • Learn about the principles of gas turbine engines and their components.
  • Study engine operation, fuel systems, ignition systems, and engine performance monitoring.
  • Gain practical skills in troubleshooting and maintaining gas turbine
  • Gain knowledge of aircraft systems, such as hydraulic, pneumatic, and environmental control systems.
Module 17: Propellers
  • Understand the principles of propeller operation and design.
  • Study different types of propellers and their performance characteristics.
  • Learn about propeller maintenance, installation, and troubleshooting techniques.
Module 13: Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures, and Systems
  • Understand the principles of propeller operation and design.
  • Study different types of propellers and their performance characteristics.
  • Learn about propeller maintenance, installation, and troubleshooting techniques.
Module 14: Propulsion
  • Learn about different types of propulsion systems used in aircraft, including piston engines and jet engines.
  • Study engine performance, fuel systems, engine control, and environmental impact.
  • Gain knowledge of engine maintenance, troubleshooting, and safety procedures.

Exams Sessions

Barcelona

From 01 to 10 February 2024
From 15 to 24 Jun 2024
From 05 to 15 October 2024

Madrid
From 22 to 26 April 2024
From 15 to 19 July 2024

Lisbon
From 08 to 17 April 2024


Language

Video: Subtitle in your language
Online classes: English or in Spanish
Other materials: English
Exams: English

Location

Classes: Online
Exams: Barcelona | Madrid |Lisboa

At 360 Aviation Life, we take pride in our team of experienced trainers and mentors who have a wealth of knowledge in the aviation industry. Our trainers are EASA-licensed, which means they are qualified to deliver the highest standard of training in aviation maintenance.

Our instructors have extensive experience in the aviation industry. They bring their wealth of experience to the class to prepare our for real-world challenges.

In addition to their experience, our trainers and mentors have undergone rigorous training themselves, ensuring that they are up-to-date with the latest regulations and best practices in the aviation industry.

At 360 Aviation Life, we believe that having experienced and qualified trainers is essential for providing quality training to our students. We are committed to providing the best training and support to help our students achieve their career goals in the aviation industry.

Careers

Thanks to the customized study paths offered by 360 Aviation LIfe B1 or B2 program certified students find positions in various roles across in the aviation industry in principaly as engineer.

Career statistics

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of our graduated gain a job in the aviation maintenance industry
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of our graduates become aircraft maintenance engineers
360 AVIATION LIFE ACCOMPANIES YOU!

After completing our training programme, you’ll be well-equipped to pursue a range of exciting career opportunities in the aviation industry.

Exciting job prospects in the field of aviation maintenance are made available to students of the B1 and B2 EASA programs at 360 Aviation Life. You’ll be well-prepared for a prosperous career in the aviation sector with our thorough training and industry-recognized credentials.

Following the completion of our programs, you can anticipate having the following employment options:

Certified aviation Maintenance Engineer

You will be able to work as a certified aviation maintenance engineer once you have obtained your B1 or B2 license.

You’ll be equipped with the abilities and information needed to carry out maintenance procedures, address problems, and guarantee the airworthiness of aircraft systems. This opens up career opportunities with airlines, MROs, and international aviation businesses.

Varied Job Roles

You are given a varied skill set with the B1 and B2 licenses, enabling you to work on many aircraft types and systems.

Opportunities may exist for you as an avionics technician, power plant engineer, mechanical systems technician, or electrical systems specialist.

These jobs entail maintaining and fixing the avionics, engines, systems, and structures of the aircraft.

Global Opportunities

The aviation sector is a globally interconnected industry, and your B1 and B2 licenses provide you the mobility to work anywhere. Whether you choose to work abroad or in your own country, there is still a great demand for competent airplane maintenance workers all around the world.

Admission requirements

Fees

We offer a range of pricing options to suit your needs and budget. Here are the tuition fees for each programme:
*All options include two exam sessions

FAQ

Enrolling in a course is simple. Visit our website and navigate to the course page you’re interested in. Click on the “Apply” button, and you’ll be guided through the registration process. Fill in the required information, choose your preferred payment method, and complete the enrollment to gain instant access to the course.
The duration of the B1&B2 course depends on your study pace. However, on average, students complete the course within 2 to 12 months. The self-paced nature of our courses allows you to study according to your schedule and progress at a comfortable speed.
To enroll in our courses, you need to meet the following admission requirements:

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Proficient in English language
  • 20 years old or more
  • Basic computer skills and internet access
Yes, our courses are accredited by EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency). We provide EASA Part 66 licensed training programs, ensuring that our courses meet the industry standards and requirements for aircraft maintenance personnel.

Our courses are delivered through an online learning platform that offers a user-friendly interface and a range of interactive features. You can access to engaging course materials, practice exams, and progress-tracking tools. Additionally, our student support team is available to assist you throughout your learning journey.

The number of questions per exam varies depending on the module. For most modules, there are multiple-choice questions, while some modules include essay questions as well. The specific number of questions for each module can be found in our course materials and will be communicated to you before the exam.

MODULE 1—MATHEMATICS:
Category B1: 32 multiple-choice questions
Category B2 and B2L: 32 multiple choice questions

MODULE 2—PHYSICS:
Category B1: 32 multiple-choice questions
Category B2 52 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 3—ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS:
Category B1: 52 multiple-choice questions
Category B2: 52 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 4—ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS:
Category B1: 20 multiple-choice questions
Category B2: 40 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 5—DIGITAL TECHNIQUES/ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS:
Category B1.1: 40 multiple-choice questions
Category B1.2: 20 multiple-choice questions
Category B2: 72 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 6—MATERIALS AND HARDWARE:
Category B1: 72 multiple-choice questions
Category B2: 60 multiple-choice questions


MODULE 7A—MAINTENANCE PRACTICES:

Category B1: 80 multiple-choice questions + 1 essay question
Category B2: 60 multiple-choice questions + 1 essay question

MODULE 8—BASIC AERODYNAMICS:
Category B1: 20 multiple-choice questions
Category B2: 20 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 9A—HUMAN FACTORS:
Category B1: 20 multiple-choice questions + 1 essay question
Category B2: 20 multiple-choice questions + 1 essay question

MODULE 10—AVIATION LEGISLATION:
Category B1: 40 multiple-choice questions + 1 essay question
Category B2 and B2L: 40 multiple-choice questions + 1 essay question

MODULE 11A – TURBINE AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS
Category B1:140 multi-choice questions

MODULE 11B — PISTON AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS
Category B1: 100 multiple-choice questions


MODULE 12 — HELICOPTER AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS:
Category B1: 128 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 13—AIRCRAFT AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMs:
Category B2: 180 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 14 — PROPULSION
Category B2: 24 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 15—GAS TURBINE ENGINE
Category B1: 92 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 16 — PISTON ENGINE
Category B1: 72 multiple-choice questions

MODULE 17A—PROPELLER:
Category B1: 32 multiple-choice questions

The duration of each exam depends on the module and the type of questions. Generally, you will be given a set amount of time to complete the exam, which includes both multiple-choice and essay questions. The time allowed for each module’s exam is specified in our course materials.

MODULE 1—MATHEMATICS:
Category B1: 40 minutes
Category B2: 40 minutes

MODULE 2—PHYSICS:
Category B1: 65 minutes
Category B2: 65 minutes

MODULE 3—ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS:
Category B1: 65 minutes
Category B2: 65 minutes

MODULE 4—ELECTRONIC FUNDAMENTALS:
Category B1: 25 minutes
Category B2 and B2L: 50 minutes

MODULE 5—DIGITAL TECHNIQUES/ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS:
Category B1.1 and B1.3: 50 minutes
Category B1.2 and B1.4: 25 minutes
Category B2 and B2L: 90 minutes

MODULE 6—MATERIALS AND HARDWARE:
Category B1: 90 minutes
Category B2 and B2L: 75 minutes

MODULE 7A—MAINTENANCE PRACTICES:
Category B1: 100 minutes (multi-choice) + 40 minutes (essay)
Category B2: 75 minutes (multi-choice) + 40 minutes (essay)

MODULE 8—BASIC AERODYNAMICS:
Category B1: 25 minutes
Category B2 and B2L: 25 minutes

MODULE 9A—HUMAN FACTORS:
Category B1: 25 minutes (multi-choice) + 20 minutes (essay)
Category B2 and B2L: 25 minutes (multi-choice) + 20 minutes (essay)

MODULE 10—AVIATION LEGISLATION:
Category B1: 50 minutes (multi-choice) + 20 minutes (essay)
Category B2 and B2L: 50 minutes (multi-choice) + 20 minutes (essay)

MODULE 11A – TURBINE AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS
Category B1: 135 MINUTES

MODULE 11B — PISTON AEROPLANE AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS
Category B1: 125 MINUTES

MODULE 12 — HELICOPTER AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMS:
Category B1: 160 MINUTES

MODULE 13—AIRCRAFT AERODYNAMICS, STRUCTURES AND SYSTEMs:
Category B2: 225 MINUTES

MODULE 14 — PROPULSION
Category B2: 30 MINUTES

MODULE 15—GAS TURBINE ENGINE
Category B1: 115 MINUTES

MODULE 16 — PISTON ENGINE
Category B1: 90 MINUTES

MODULE 17A—PROPELLER:
Category B1: 40 MINUTES
To transition from B1 to B2 or from B2 to B1, you will need to complete the required additional modules and pass the corresponding exams. The specific modules and exams for the transition will be provided to you based on your current certification and the desired transition path. Please reach out to our support team for personalized guidance.
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