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Urgent help needed from all the Sifu here - AME Training Academy
04-15-2015, 01:43 PM
Post: #1
Hello all the Sifu here, I had enrolled the AME Training Academy and I had received the offer letter.
Here is some parts of the letter :

1. The apprentice is required to compile guided work schedules and obtain authorised approval stamps from your Practical Training Coordinator(Licensed Aircraft Engineer) on every work carried out throughout the entire five years of the programme in accordance with CAP 741(CAA, UK. Aircraft Maintenance Engineer's Log Book).

2. AME reserved the right to select MRO of its own choice for the OJT in the best interest of the Apprentice.

3. Satisfactorily complete all the related EASA Part 66 modular exams within Five(5) years. As per EASA Part 66 Regulation, if an Apprentice fails to pass any module, the said Apprentice may be allow a-resit the failed module only 90 days.


I would like to asked that is the logbook the Academy offer recognize by others?
Am I holding Part 66 license after I finish the 5 years study? How about the EASA part?
Thank you for helping me, I am quite confuse now.
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04-15-2015, 02:52 PM
Post: #2
Answering your questions:
1. I would like to asked that is the logbook the Academy offer recognize by others?
answer: No.
2. Am I holding Part 66 license after I finish the 5 years study?
answer: No. Not until the acceptance of your module completion, assessment of your 5 years live experience by an approved assessor and recommendation of grant will you have the License.
3.How about the EASA part?
answer: what about it?

You are definitely confused and do not know what you're getting yourself into.

Real planes have propellers!
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04-15-2015, 08:37 PM
Post: #3
browse through the website.

i know what is an apprentice; and i know what is an apprenticeship & i know what is a student!!!

this is the first time i heard about apprentice student!!!

Q. Are you an apprentice OR are you a student?

If you are an apprentice - you get paid.

If you are a student; you pay for people to teach you.
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04-15-2015, 08:58 PM
Post: #4
*ORANG TUA*
Of course I am a student, I am going to be their student.
I am willing to paid for that, but what is confusing me is
1. Am I holding a correct logbook? Will the logbook issued by them recognize by others too?
2. After I finish my hard work for 5 years, am I holding at lease a Part 66 license?

* I am 27 years old now, I left not much time and money, I cant afford to make any more mistake like before
so, please help me to find out what I am getting myself into?*
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04-17-2015, 12:45 AM
Post: #5
The way you're posting (again) shows me:
1. You do not know the purpose of the logbook. What are required to be recorded in the book. Why for heaven's sake, must the book be recognized by 'others'? Define 'others'.
Heck forget it. I am not interested.
2. You do not know or have little understanding how Part-66 licensing works.
3. Being 27 years old and married, you're not sure if you're not going to make it, picked the wrong path or looking for the most shortest path for success.

Do me (and us) a favour? You're old enough to do this anyway.
Response to this by writing down what you think is the whole thing about getting a 'license' till becoming a Licensed Engineer.
Plot out what you see is the path for you. Use bullet points if that will be easier for you.
We'll take it from there.
The way I look at it, you're still blur about the licensing system and maybe (prove me that I am wrong) you're not cut out for the job.

Real planes have propellers!
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