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  • The mathematics module, required for B1.1 and B1.2 licences, starts with very simple topics to build your confidence before moving on to more complicated topics of the syllabus. The module covers 3 chapters, Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry. Although the chapters are quite large they have been broken down to enable you to study a small section at a time. This is an ideal module to begin studying for your licence as it will ease you into studying and build up your mathematical skills to meet any requirements in further modules.

  • The physics module is required for B1.1 and B1.2 licences and includes five chapters: Matter, Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Optics (light) and Wave motion & sound. The basic physics contained in this module is applied in more detail in more specialised modules. As well as learning laws and equations this involves applying maths to real life situations making it the ideal companion, or follow-on, for the mathematics module.

  • This module is required for B1.1 and B1.2 licences and is made up of eighteen chapters. Topics include generation of electricity, magnetism, generators, transformers and motors. This module provides a basis for electrical modules required for the licence, especially for module 4.

  • This module covers the requirements for B1.1 and B1.2 licences. It is made up of only three chapters, semiconductors, printed circuit boards and servomechanisms. All chapters have to be studied for B1. This module provides and excellent follow on from module 3 - Electrical fundamentals.

  • This module covers the requirements for B2 licence. It is made up of only three chapters, semiconductors, printed circuit boards and servomechanisms. All chapters have to be studied for B2. This module provides and excellent follow on from module 3 - Electronic fundamentals.

  • This tailored module covers the requirements for B1.1 licence. The module including electronic instrument systems, logic circuits, fibre optics and digital aircraft systems. All the ‘behind the scenes’ work that goes on to make an instrument work is considered. Knowledge of Module 3 - Electrical fundamentals and Module 4 - Electronic fundamentals would be useful before starting this module.

  • This tailored module covers the requirements for B1.2 licence. The module including electronic instrument systems, fibre optics and digital aircraft systems. All the ‘behind the scenes’ work that goes on to make an instrument work is considered. Knowledge of Module 3 - Electrical fundamentals and Module 4 - Electronic fundamentals would be useful before starting this module.

  • This module covers the requirements for B2 licence. It is made up of only three chapters, semiconductors, printed circuit boards and servomechanisms. All chapters have to be studied for B2. This module provides and excellent follow on from module 3 - Electronic fundamentals.

  • This module is required for B1.1 and B1.2 licences and is made up of eleven chapters, including aircraft materials, corrosion, fasteners, pipes, bearings and transmissions. This module acts as a lead-in module for module 7: maintenance practices. Module 6 explains all components before they are used in module 7.

  • This module is required for B1.1 and B1.2 licences and is made up of twenty chapters, including safety precautions, workshop practices, engineering standards, assembly, inspection and maintenance procedures. Knowledge of module 6: Materials & hardware would be an advantage before beginning to study this module.

  • This module is required for B1.1 and B1.2 licences and is made up of four chapters. These are Physics of the Atmosphere, Aerodynamics, Theory of Flight and Flight Stability & Dynamics. Studying module 2: Physics before this module would be an advantage.

  • This module is required for all licences and is made up of nine chapters, including human performance, social psychology, communication and hazards in the workplace. There is no prerequisite for this module.

  • This module is required for all B1 licences and is made up of seven chapters, including certifying staff, aircraft certification and international requirements. This module can be studied at any stage during your licence. This subject is constantly changing and the contents should be used in conjunction with European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and National Aviation Authorities (NAA) publications.

  • This module is required for B1.1 licence only. This is a particularly large module and is made up of eighteen chapters. This module includes Theory of flight, airframe structures, air conditioning, instruments, power, lights, and on-board maintenance systems. It may be an advantage to have studied module 2: physics, module 3: electrical fundamentals, module 5: digital techniques/electronic instrument displays and module 8: Basic Aerodynamics before studying this module.

  • This module is required for B1.2 licence only. This is a particularly large module and is made up of seventeen chapters. This module includes Theory of flight, airframe structures, air conditioning, instruments, power, lights, and on-board maintenance systems. It may be an advantage to have studied module 2: physics, module 3: electrical fundamentals, module 5: digital techniques/electronic instrument displays and module 8: Basic Aerodynamics before studying this module.

  • This module is for those engineers studying for the B1.1 licence, working on gas turbine engine aircraft. All twenty-two chapters of the syllabus are covered. Engine fundamentals are covered before looking into each part of the engine in detail. Several types of gas turbine engine are considered and the module finishes with the installation, monitoring, storage and preservation of gas turbine engines.

  • This module is for those engineers studying for the B1.2 licence, working on piston engine aircraft. All thirteen chapters of the syllabus are covered. Engine fundamentals are covered before looking into each part of the engine in detail. Parts of the engine covered include fuel systems and turbo charging and the module finishes looking at installation, monitoring, storage and preservation of piston engines.

  • This module is for those engineers studying for the B1.1 and B1.2 licences, working on gas turbine or piston engine aeroplanes. All seven chapters of the syllabus are covered, including fundamentals, propeller construction, propeller pitch control, propeller synchronising, propeller ice protection, propeller maintenance and storage & preservation.


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