by Ulf Jahnke
Training for Aircraft Maintenance Personnel
Basic and Continuation Training by AIR-TECH Bildung at Airport Kiel
(Kiel, 6 October 2015) Last Friday (October 2), nine trainees from Sri Lanka passed the final examination of their EASA Part 66 training course for licensed aircraft maintenance personnel in Kiel. The 3-months course took place in the training and shop floor facilities of AIR-TECH Bildung GmbH, headquartered at Airport Kiel. Six graduates already returned home whereas the other three will stay here in order to educate themselves at aircraft maintenance companies. One graduate works at E.I.S. Aircraft in Kiel. AIR-TECH Bildung GmbH is an approved EASA Part 147 Training Organisation which offers basic and continuation training for aircraft maintenance personnel.
Pictures: Training by AIR-TECH Bildung at Kiel Airport