This course is for those who want to work in the aeronautical engineering sector.
The aeronautical engineering sector covers a range of roles and career routes. It will provide the opportunity to learn , develop and practise the skills required for employment and/or creer progression in the Aerospace and Aviation sector. It enables candidates to work towards EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance license (Category A.1) theory elements.
Duration: 1 or 2 year course
The Brooklands name has a long association with the engineering industry and we’re very proud to continue the tradition through our wide range of engineering courses in well-equipped workshops.
Our excellent engineering facilities comprise several workshops including Aeroplane hangar (including a helicopter rig!) computer facilities and study areas.
For learners who want to gain essential knowledge and hand-skills to become an aerospace technician or engineer.
Assessment is through tests, some of which will be online.
5 GCSE passes at Grade 4 or above, ideally including English and maths, or a pass grade in Aircraft maintenance (Civil Aircraft) Diploma level 2 or a pass grade in BTEC Subsidiary Diploma in Engineering (aero pathway)
It introduces the students to the required knowledge to secure a job within an avaiation related field or to prepare them for EASA training.
Attending one of our Open Events is an opportunity to talk to knowledgeable tutors and view our excellent facilities