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Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? Our students and classes (2005 / 2006): Me 10i: 24 studentsMe10t: 28 students Me 11i: 26.

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1 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? Our students and classes (2005 / 2006): Me 10i: 24 studentsMe10t: 28 students Me 11i: 26 studentsMe 11t: 25 students Me 12i: 25 studentsMe 12t: 16 students Me 13i: 27 studentsMe 13t: 12 students  Total: 8 classes and 183 students

2 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? Companies: Lufthansa Technical Training GmbH (civil sector) Standortverwaltung Erding (German Airforce – military sector) MTU (civil and military sector) and others (civil sector)

3 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 says: After the 30th October 2006, the maintenance of an airplane with the weight of more than 5,7 tons, is only allowed in an EASA 145-certified company. After the 30th October 2008, the maintenance of an airplane with the weight of less than 5,7 tons, is only allowed in an EASA 145-certified company.

4 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? Until the 29th October 2004: Final theoretical and practical examination set by the IHK (Industrie und Handelskammer = Chamber of Commerce and Industry) with a result of 50 % or better. That means for the qualification of an aircraft mechanic in Germany for the civil sector:

5 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? That means for the qualification of an aircraft mechanic in Germany for the civil sector: Since the 30th October 2004: Final theoretical and practical examination set by the IHK (Industrie und Handelskammer = Chamber of Commerce and Industry) with a result of 75 % or better and the 3 modules (M9 Human Factors, M10 Aviation Legislation and M Avionik Systems). This is a special contract between LBA and the IHK!!

6 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? That means for the qualification of an aircraft mechanic in Germany for the military sector: Until now: Final theoretical and practical examination set by the IHK (Industrie und Handelskammer = Chamber of Commerce and Industry) with a result of 50 % or better. The military sector needs no EASA-certification.

7 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? That means for the qualification of an aircraft mechanic in Germany for the military sector: If he wants to change into the civil sector he will need: A delta-training of about 40 days (If he has not 75% and not the 3 modules). A delta-training of about 30 days (If he has not 75% and but the 3 modules). A half year working in the military sector. Another half year working in an EASA 145-certified company.

8 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? The difference between EASA and the Dual System (IHK) is: Dual System: ~ 4000h (3,5 years) EASA: ~ 2100h (2 years) Difference: ~ 300h

9 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? Conclusion: The training in the Dual System is much longer. But the 3 modules M9, M10 and M are not included. The Vocational School Erding is teaching and testing the 3 modules. The Vocational School Erding is an EASA 147- certified school.

10 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? EASA means: a lot of work for the teachers!!! The teachers wrote a „handbook“ including the layout of the certificates etc. for the LBA. Self-training of the teachers in the 3 modules. The time for the 3 modules (10 days) was build into the syllabus for the vocational schools in Bavaria. The teachers design and correct the tests. They have to make a training at e.g. LTT until 2007.

11 Why do we teach EASA-Modules at the Vocational School Erding? The future: In the Framework Curriculum for the Vocational Schools in Germany for Electricians for Aircraft Systems the 3 modules are already included. A testing of the 3 modules at the Vocational School is not necessary!


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