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Graduate of Aircraft Maintenance , Have no idea where to look next

Hi, I just recently graduated from studying BSC (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering at University of South Wales. I did not fully get all the EASA Part 66 License Modules, but have some.I have no idea where to look next, has anyone faced this situation? As when I search for jobs they require me to have the actual license. Do I look for apprenticeships , Internships or work experience? I am working towards getting a B1 License.My head is a mess.Many thanks . .
Original post by UwuTT45
Hi, I just recently graduated from studying BSC (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering at University of South Wales. I did not fully get all the EASA Part 66 License Modules, but have some.I have no idea where to look next, has anyone faced this situation? As when I search for jobs they require me to have the actual license. Do I look for apprenticeships , Internships or work experience? I am working towards getting a B1 License.My head is a mess.Many thanks . .


Have you looked at the requirements for apprenticeships/internships? If these opportunities would train you in the license and you could achieve it that way, then I would recommend these, particularly the apprenticeship route :smile:
Original post by UwuTT45
Hi, I just recently graduated from studying BSC (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering at University of South Wales. I did not fully get all the EASA Part 66 License Modules, but have some.I have no idea where to look next, has anyone faced this situation? As when I search for jobs they require me to have the actual license. Do I look for apprenticeships , Internships or work experience? I am working towards getting a B1 License.My head is a mess.Many thanks . .

Hi, have a look at ryanair engineering careers, they do take on mechanics if you have some modules and junior engineers if you have passed all your modules. Do complete ALL your modules, that license is very important. By the way I am surprised that your lecturers didnt give you advice on this matter
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Original post by MohammadAziz70
Hi, have a look at ryanair engineering careers, they do take on mechanics if you have some modules and junior engineers if you have passed all your modules. Do complete ALL your modules, that license is very important. By the way I am surprised that your lecturers didnt give you advice on this matter

I'm not exactly sure how I can complete my modules now I have left Uni , I've had a look at Ryanair Graduate Scheme but that requires candidates to pass all my modules which means that option is ruled out :/ Lecturers didn't tell me nothing . . . Apprenticeship wise BA did work experience but I was not qualified which is why I'm stuck rn
You can self study the modules left and do the exams at the ICAT centre. You can still work as a mechanic in a part 145 organisation to gain experience, do try. also, join the EASA licensed aircraft engineers group on facebook if you haven't, you can ask questions there as well.
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Original post by MohammadAziz70
You can self study the modules left and do the exams at the ICAT centre. You can still work as a mechanic in a part 145 organisation to gain experience, do try. also, join the EASA licensed aircraft engineers group on facebook if you haven't, you can ask questions there as well.

I can work as mechanic in P145? How is that possible? Sorry I am very new to this and literally have no one else to ask :/
Original post by UwuTT45
Hi, I just recently graduated from studying BSC (Hons) Aircraft Maintenance Engineering at University of South Wales. I did not fully get all the EASA Part 66 License Modules, but have some.I have no idea where to look next, has anyone faced this situation? As when I search for jobs they require me to have the actual license. Do I look for apprenticeships , Internships or work experience? I am working towards getting a B1 License.My head is a mess.Many thanks . .

Hello, can you tell me how was your experience at UWS and whats your progress in the field so far?
I have studied extensively to become an aircraft engineer. I have created flashcards for each EASA module. I wanted to know, would you pay for a deck of flashcards specified to the EASA modules mark scheme?

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