RG UK AESC

 

Resource Group Aviation Technical Training (UK) in cooperation with Aerospace Engineering Services JSC (AESC) delivers EASA Part 66 Examinations at AESC facilities in Hanoi, Vietnam.

Date:     25th- 27th June 2018

              29th - 31st October 2018

Venue:  AESC facilities at Lot 43A, Quang Minh Industrial Zone, Me Linh, Hanoi, Vietnam

 

Examinations:

Module 1: Mathematics

Module 2: Physics

Module 3: Electrical Fundamentals

Module 4: Electronic Fundamentals

Module 5: Digital Techniques/Electronic Instrumental Systems

Module 6: Materials & Hardware

Module 7: Maintenance Practices

Module 8: Basic Aerodynamics

Module 9: Human Factors

Module 10: Aviation Legislation

Module 11: Aeroplanes Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems

Module 12: Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures @ Systems

Module 13: Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems

Module 14: Propulsion

Module 15: Gas Turbine Engine

Module 16: Piston Engine

Module 17: Propeller

 

Registration and Fee:

Link đăng ký: https://goo.gl/forms/EfcKZ2wQzaFVWoGp1

For full details on fees and registration please contact:

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Who needs EASA Part 66 Examinations:

-          Industry members who are already working in MRO or airlines and wish to upgrade to EASA Licence.

-          Those seeking licencing through the “self-study” path.

-          Individuals who graduated from aviation technical courses and who wants to have EASA Licence in order to have better job opportunities

-          Students who are currently studying aviation technical courses and wants to have EASA Licence

 

About RESOURCE GROUP Aviation Technical Training (http://www.resourcegroup.co.uk/ ):

Resource Group is a privately-owned business with its roots dating back more than 30 years. Resource Group has evolved into a substantial business which offers an array of human resource-based services and solutions to technical industries. Growth has been achieved through a mix of organic development and strategic acquisition.

Today Resource Group employs over 250 people across the UK, Switzerland, France and Asia with over 1100 staff deployed on contracts across the globe. Resource Group has five business streams comprising of Aviation and Aerospace Resourcing Solutions, Training Solutions, Technical Recruitment Solutions, Symbiotic Performance Solutions and Systems, Software and Solutions.

Resource Group's Aviation Technical Training division is a UK CAA, EASA Part-147 Approved Aviation Training Organisation. (Approval No. U.K.147.0046)

Established to provide high quality and cost-effective aircraft maintenance training solutions, we have trained thousands of individuals from some of the world's leading airlines and maintenance organisations and collectively have over 300 years’ experience.

 

About AESC (http://aesc.com.vn/ ):

Aerospace Engineering Services JSC (AESC), a joint stock company with business registration in Vietnam, is proud to be the first privately-held company approved and certified by Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) as a VAR Part 5 Approved Maintenance Organization and VAR Part 21 Design Manufacturing Organization. Starting the business in 2008 with a wheel and brake MRO service, AESC is now expanding its services and activities globally by offering various solutions which combine high- quality products, efficient cost structure and commitment to international safety and quality standards.

On 25th September 2014, AESC officially became an EASA Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organization making it be the first Vietnamese aviation organization offering services with EASA standards.

On 31st October 2015, AESC became an FAA Part 145 Approved Repair Station, being the first Vietnamese aviation organization approved by both EASA and FAA.

Always thinking and acting as A True Aviation Partner, we believe this is the only way to gain the credibility from our customers and our stakeholders, which is undoubtedly vital for business sustainability in the aviation world today.