Aircraft Maintenance Technician Programme

Aircraft Maintenance Technician (AMT) Program caters to those who wish to work in the aircraft maintenance related field. A technician, who successfully completes a 2 year academic period from CINEC and trains on the job for a period of 2 years is eligible to obtain a basic license from the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (CAASL) to work with airlines or aircraft repair organizations. A Maintenance technician can rise up to the level of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer with aircraft type training and experience.

CINEC Aviation is conducting the B 1.1 (Jet Engine – Pressurized aircraft) course, to gain benefit of entering into maintenance field through airlines (Line & Base Maintenance) or MRO (Maintenance & Repair Organization).

Course Type

Full Time

Course Commencement Dates

March

Duration

2 Years

Course Modules

Theory (1200 Hours)

01

Mathematics

02

Physics

03

Electrical Fundamentals

04

Electronic Fundamentals

05

Digital Techniques / Electric Instruments Systems

06

Materials and Hardware

07

Maintenance Practices

08

Basic Aerodynamics

09

Human Factors

10

Aviation Legislation

11

Aero Plane Aerodynamics Structures and Systems

15

Gas Turbine Engine (Theory + Practiacals)

16

Propeller

Practical (1200 Hours)

01

Workshops

02

Aircraft Maintenance

03

Field Visits are Arranged During Course

Entry Requirements

  • GCE (O/L) Sri Lanka 06 passes including credits in Mathematics, Science and English.
  • GCE (O/L) London 06 passes including credits in Mathematics, Physics and English.
  • Those who have done GCE (A/L) Sri Lanka/London in Mathematics or Biology stream will have an added advantage in selection.

Job Opportunities

There are more job opportunities, compared to other aircraft related fields, in the aircraft maintenance field.

The job role is, attending to maintenance on apron in between flights and when aircraft is under major maintenance in a hangar.