Completion of Course (COC) - After completion of 3 years academic in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering institutes. The candidate gets the C of R. Any AME institute in India is approved by DGCA. DGCA is the Indian body which is under the Ministry of Civil Aviation.
Modules - Modules are conducted by DGCA, Govt of India. There is a total of 17 modules according to DGCA, but candidates have to clear the module in accordance with the stream they have chosen. It is mandatory for the candidate to clear the modules.
Experience – The entire Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course is of 4 years. In starting three years, there will be an academic program, and the remaining one years there will be training in the Maintenance Environment. The knowledge gain at the time of training will be considered as experience while applying for AME license
To get COC (Completion of Course) Certificate, a candidate has to undergo 3 year academic programme in DGCA, Govt of India, approved AME institutes. In this 3 year programme, a candidate will get theoretical knowledge and practical training of aircraft. After successful completion of 3 years academic program, a candidate will achieve a C of R Certificate.
In this 3 years academic programme, there are some modules which candidates have to clear. DGCA Govt of India will conduct the modules examination.There will be 3 years of industrial training on the live environment in which candidate gets knowledge with a stipend.After that, the eligible Aircraft Maintenance Engineer will get an AME License as per DGCA norms.
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