EASA Examinations | European Union Aviation Safety Agency
You wish to be licenced by the EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency)?
ÉNA, the École nationale d’aérotechnique, is the only certified educational institution offering mechanics (B1) and avionics (B2) European licencing exams in Eastern Canada.
Certificate holders sign for and authorize the post-maintenance recommissioning of aircraft. They can work anywhere in Europe and Canada on any EU-registered aircraft. This licence is valid throughout EASA-member states and in those upholding its standards.
EASA Certification is a privilege that was afforded Quebec
The École nationale d’aérotechnique has been certified by the Wallonie Aerotraining Network (WAN) and by the Belgian Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA). ÉNA exclusively licences future technicians who pass EASA exams.
European norms are strict and require much riguour from candidates as well as from training and testing centers.
How do EASA examinations unfold?
Depending on the type of certification, candidates have to pass between 10 and 13 tests. There are three examination periods (October, March and June) every year. Candidates generally take 2 or 3 exams at a time.
To obtain the European licence, you must prove your have the required knowledge and experience in aeronautics, maintenance or avionics. Passing WAN exams attests to your technical knowledge and provides you with a certificate for each successfully completed module. The EASA aircraft maintenance technician licencing process is valid for 10 years from the date of the first exam.
You wish to better the odds in you favor when taking the exams? We encourage you to study European regulations.
ÉNA offers testing for all modules required by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency to obtain B1 ou B2 licences, namely :
Exams schedule & costs
For more information about the exams schedule and the costs :