Since 2003, EASA (the European Aviation Safety Agency) became responsible
for airworthiness standards for most commercial aircraft within
EASA Part 66 now defines the requirements for the issue of a common
aircraft maintenance engineers' licence.
To be eligible for a licence, applicants must complete a series
of between 10 to 13 modular examinations and have completed a documented
and certified period of aircraft maintenance work experience.
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EASA Part 66 Syllabus...
A320 CBT for EASA Part 66 module 5
(typical electronic / digital aircraft systems)