Basic Theoretical & Practical Training for Category “B2 ”

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2400 Hours

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Course Outline

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Introducing CAT B2, the esteemed Engineer’s license centered around aircraft’s Electric and Electronic components. As a CAT B2 license holder, you wield the power to grant aircraft approval post substantial Electrical/Electronic work, showcasing your mastery in this pivotal realm.

CAT B2 engineers are a sought-after force due to their specialized expertise in electrical systems. In a landscape of high demand and limited supply, pursuing CAT B2 is a strategic move that opens doors to exceptional opportunities. For those passionate about both electrical engineering and aviation, CAT B2 is the definitive pathway. 

Duration: 4 years

After completion of 2 years of theoretical and practical training at Sarsan Aviation, the students will be doing 2 years of OJE (On Job Experience) with our partner organizations at one of the local airports in order to be qualified to apply for their CAT A1 license.

Number of Participants (Theory): Maximum 15 each per category.

Number of Participants (Practical): Recommended 5 (5 student per each practical instructor) for B2.

Mode of delivery: This course is offered on a full-time basis and in campus where students have to attend classes from Monday to Friday (9.00 AM till 4:00 PM).

Examination: Module examination, closed book, multiple-choice examination type and / or essay questions.

Pass mark per module examination: 75%.

After successful completion of theoretical and practical training including Phasor examination (Semester/Term Examinations) and Assessments the “Certificate of Recognition” will be issued to the students.