Aircraft Maintenance engineering in Ireland is EASA approved study program.GSA Aviation is closely working with renowned colleges and ranked universities in Ireland. Aircraft Mechanics & Engineers are employed throughout the aviation industry in a wide range of facilities designed to maintain light, rotary and large commercial aircraft. Aircraft Mechanics inspect, maintain and repair airframe structures, engines, electronic and avionic systems. The work is diverse, disciplined and highly regulated, both nationally and internationally. The aviation industry uses advanced technology and new aircraft, which with their increasing reliance on computerised flight control and aircraft management systems, means that the use of electronic and computer equipment is an important aspect of an aircraft mechanic’s skills.
There are several possible routes to becoming an Aircraft Mechanic or Aircraft Engineer after studying in abroad. They are as follows:
- Airline Apprenticeship
- Maintenance Organisation Apprenticeship
- Ab-initio technician training program
- Irish Air Corp Apprenticeship
- Self-Study route (Self-funded course, Exams & Experience)
- Academic Route (Degree in a technical acceptable to the Authority)
High School with PCM, Min 60% or Any Diploma in Electrical or Mechanical or Any B.Tech,
- IELTS 6.0 (Over all 6.0 with no band less than 5.5)
About the programme: The programme is designed to bring students through the fundamentals of Aircraft System Design, Human Factors, Maintenance Practices and Aviation Legislation required to become a competent Aircraft Maintenance Technician. On successful completion of the traineeship, participants will be capable of carrying out maintenance work on large passenger aircraft’s. The two-year Aircraft Maintenance Technician Traineeship is fully approved by EASA.
An Aircraft Maintenance Technician do: Aircraft Maintenance Technicians are employed throughout the aviation industry. Technicians inspect, maintain, modify and repair air-frames, engines and avionics. There is also a large amount of sheet metal repairs and corrosion removal on air-frames during hangar visits.