Aeronautical Engineering and Maintenance (2675)

About this level

This level is ideal for aspiring licensed aircraft maintenance engineers or unlicensed aircraft technician with the majority of the knowledge requirement for their chosen role. Further training is required for the award of a CAA licence.

There are nine qualifications available at this Level. The knowledge-based units for these qualifications include:

  • Electrical Fundamentals and Theory of Flight
  • Human Factors
  • Aviation Maths and Science
  • Basic Aerodynamics.
For a full list of units, download the qualification handbook from the centre documents section.

 

Level 3 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance  (2675-03)
Last registration date:31/03/2017
Level 3 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance (Civil Aircraft Electrical and Avionics)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1970/0
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:73
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:585 - 585
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2020
Level 3 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance (Civil Aircraft Mechanical)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1929/3
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:80
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:655 - 655
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2020
Level 3 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance (Military Aircraft Electrical and Avionics)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1971/2
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:72
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:575 - 575
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2020
Level 3 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance (Military Aircraft Mechanical)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1972/4
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:79
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:645 - 645
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2020
Level 3 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance (Military Aircraft Weapons Maintenance)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1973/6
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:80
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:720 - 720
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2020
Level 3 Diploma in On-Air Maintenance Category A  (2675-04)
Last registration date:31/03/2015
Level 3 Diploma in On-Air Maintenance Category A1 - Aeroplanes (Turbine)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1927/X
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:78
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:595 - 645
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2018
Level 3 Diploma in On-Air Maintenance Category A2 - Aeroplanes (Piston)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1927/X
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:78
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:595 - 645
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2018
Level 3 Diploma in On-Air Maintenance Category A3 - Helicopters (Turbine)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1927/X
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:72
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:595 - 645
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2018
Level 3 Diploma in On-Air Maintenance Category A4 - Helicopters (Piston)
Accreditation number – a reference number related to UK accreditation frameworkAccreditation No:600/1927/X
Qualification type – categorisation to help define qualification attributes e.g. type of assessmentType:QCF
Credits – a measure of the size of the qualificationCredits:72
Guided Learning Hours – the average contact time a centre would typically commitGuided Learning Hours:595 - 645
Last certification date – the last date that a certificate can be issuedLast certification date:31/03/2018

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What's involved in studying this course?

You can choose the qualification to meet the needs of a civilian or a military employer and your chosen specialisms. Subjects covered include:

  • Aviation safety
  • Electrical fundamentals
  • Theory of flight
  • Aviation maths and science.

You will learn in the classroom of an FE college or specialist centre.

Assessment is through tests, some of which will be online.

Which level is right for me?

Level 2
This level is designed to equip a new entrant into the aviation industry with the basic knowledge required as part of their training as an unlicensed aircraft mechanic.

Level 3
This level is designed to equip the aspiring Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer or unlicensed Aircraft Technician with the majority of the knowledge requirement for their chosen role. Further training and experience are necessary for the award of a CAA licence.

What careers can this lead to?

These qualifications can help you to progress in a wide range of aerospace engineering roles, including:

  • Aircraft Mechanic
  • Aerospace Technician
  • Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.