Aviation AMEL training

Aviation AMEL training

Providing you with the flexibility to achieve your LAME certification in your way and your time.

If would prefer to study towards just some of the ASPEQ (CAA) exams these study options will allow you to apply and pay for each stand-alone training scheme course subject as you work towards your Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License (AMEL). 

Training Schemes are designed to be part-time, flexible learning that can be achieved while working full-time. They are available for 56 weeks to complete from when you enrol. 

Each subject has been developed using the NZCAA Part 66 syllabus(external link) which integrates theory, practical illustrations, practise quiz questions and practise exams. You can correlate the course information with your daily work experience. 

Will these training schemes be applied to the Diploma? 

These options will not connect automatically to the New Zealand Diploma in Aeronautical Maintenance Certification(external link) qualification but may be cross credited within six years if you have a minimum of 75 NMIT credits.  

Before you apply 

To be eligible for these training schemes you must be living in New Zealand and have completed a recognised aircraft maintenance engineering training at Level 4 or higher, you can do this with NMIT by completing the New Zealand Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering(external link) 

Alternatively, if you have relevant experience in the aviation engineering industry in accordance with NZCAA part 66-1(external link) you will also be eligible. 

NMIT is an approved NZCAA part 147 certified maintenance training organisation. 

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