Program Highlights

As a graduate of the aeronautical engineer/aircraft engineer license holder, you have the scope to develop career in aeronautical industry, commercial transport category aircraft, cargo, business jet, general aviation, helicopters, MRO, corporate offices, development engineer, research & development and other varieties of roles with aircraft maintenance and other multifarious management job.

The program structured to run in semester systems, allowing you to concentrate your studies on a set number units/ modules within the time frame. At the end of the semester you will complete the relevant assignments, practical and final examinations, you will have one-week break period and then move to next set of semester

Courses Offered at ACB                                     

 

S/N

Courses/Degree

Entry Qualification

Remarks

1

BTEC Level 3 Extended National Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering from Edexcel/Pearson, UK

SSC/’O’Level/

/Dakhil/ equivalent

 

2

BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering from Edexcel/Pearson, UK (Equivalent to 1st & 2nd Year of B Sc in Aeronautical Engineering

HSC/’A’ Level/ BTEC Level 3 / Diploma/ equivalent

3rd & 4th year Top-Up in USA, Canada, UK, Australia & Shenyong University, China

4

B Sc in Aeronautical Engineering

HSC/’A’ Level/ BTEC Level 3/ Diploma/Alim/equivalent

 

5

EASA Part-66 Basic License from Aero-Bildung EASA Part-147 AMTO/LBA, Germany

HSC/’A’ Level/Alim, BTEC Level-3,Diploma/ equivalent

 

 

6

CAAB Part-66 Basic License

HSC/’A’ Level/Alim, Diploma/equivalent

 

 

* EASA/CAAB Part -66 Basic License courses on:

 

  1. Part-66 Cat – A1, A2, A3, A4
  2. Part-66 Cat – B1.1, B1.2, B1.3, B1.4
  3. Part-66 Cat – B2  

 

* Short & Re-current courses

 

S/N

                                           Course Title                         

S/N

Course Title                               

1

Aviation Legislation

6

Instructional Techniques

2

Human Factors

7

Quality and Audit

3

Fuel Tank Safety (FTS)

8

Store Inspector

4

Electrical Wiring Interconnection System (EWIS)

9

Engineering Planning

5

Safety Management Systems (SMS)

10

Technical Store Course

11

Store Inspector

 

 

 

ACB IS AN EXAM CENTER FOR THE EASA PART-66 LICENSE UNDER AERO-BILDUNG/LBA GERMANY SINCE 2016

 

Orientation Course

 

Orientation course is mandatory for all students to familiarize with the college systems, facilities, policies, rules and regulations. It is mainly design to make the students conversant with the aircraft, aircraft engines, aircraft equipment, spares, tools, workshop facilities and practical operation of aircraft flight controls, wheel & brake, aircraft cabin, engine components, propeller and its controls, lab equipment etc. in order to gain sufficient knowledge, recognition of components during theoretical classes so to have clear view of the topic being discussed. The electronic workshops deal with the complex topics with a typical work-based environment.

Course Detail

BTEC Leve-3 Extended Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering
  • Certificate Issuing Authority : Pearson/Edexcel, UK
  • Duration : 2 year
  • Total Credits : 180
  • Total Units/Subjects : 16 +1
  • QCF Level : 3

Diploma in BTEC Leve-5 Higher National Aeronautical Engineering

  • Certificate Issuing Authority : Pearson/Edexcel, UK
  • Duration : 2 year
  • Total Credits : 245
  • Total Units/Subjects : 16 +1
  • RQF Level : 4 and 5

BS in Aeronautical Engineering

  • Certificate Issuing Authority : Pearson/Edexcel, UK (1st& 2nd Year)
  • Top-Up at Universities
  • Duration : 2 year+2year
  • Total Credits : 245
  • Total Units/Subjects : 16 +1


 

 

 

 

Licensing Program.

 

  • EASA Part-66 Basic License issued by Germany or other European Union
  • EASA Part-66 Basic License issued by CAAB
  • Category – A on HS 748 aircraft
  • Line Maintenance experience on B747-400 aircraft
  • Line and base maintenance experience on BAe HS 748 aircraft
  • Fundamental Course on Part-145 Maintenance Organization
  • Aviation Safety Management course which is mandatory for all engineering personnel and others
  • Aviation Regulation/Legislation
  • Fuel Tank Safety-most important safety aspect of aircraft
  • Shop maintenance

 

 

 

              

 

                                                                     

 

ACB IS AN EXAM CENTER FOR THE EASA PART-66 LICENSE UNDER AERO-BILDUNG/LBA GERMANY SINCE 2016

Career Development

 

Life is complex and can be made easy by knowledge, initiative, skill, professionalism. Study and practical approach is the only way to develop knowledge, skill and professionalism and can be achieved with cooperation of students, faculty members and college management.  ACB has set the following minimum requirements to achieve the objective:

 

Discipline

 

Aviation sector is a highly specialized area where time is main criteria for the services it provides to the people for which almost all personnel of airlines have to wear uniform and is the worldwide norm. This culture is to be developed from the learning center so, ACB has to opt for uniform of white shirt, black pant, black tie and shoes. Discipline, hard work, knowledge and skill make a success. We are here to materialized this scheme through theoretical classes  using multi-media projector, lab facilities, hands on training, practical work on aircraft with your active cooperation and support.

 

Attendance

 

Engineering study is mainly based on understanding the subjects, effective learning for which attending the classes regularly and attentively which reduces strain on working load, problem solution during class/own work and assignments etc.  100% attendance is essential but due to illness or other exceptional circumstances 15% leave of absence may be acceptable by the management in a semester. In case of exceeding limit, matter may be considered by management on the basis of previous result, performance etc.

 

Home Work

Regular classes and home work are the criteria to understand progress of learning so, have to complete the home work regularly.

 

Examination

 

Examinations are conducted in the form of quiz test, class test mid-semester and semester final. Class tests, quiz tests results are added to final result. In case of failure in examination or poor attendance student may be back phased to next available batch or may have to attend extra classes for which additional fee will be involved.

Test for the short courses are conducted in the form of phase test, one test for every 30 hours of training.

 

Course content

 

  1. BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma n Aeronautical Engineering – Pearson, UK

 

                               

Course Outline

 

S/N

Unit

Unit Name

Group

Level

Credit

GLH

1

03

Engineering Project

Mandatory

03

20

120

2

04

Math for Engineering Technology

Mandatory

03

20

60

3

06

Electrical & Electronic Principles

B

03

10

60

4

08

Gas Turbine Engine Helicopter

A

03

10

60

5

28

Further Math for Engineering Technology

B

03

10

60

6

66

Theory of Flight

Mandatory

03

10

60

7

67

Principles & Application of A/C Mech. Engg.

Mandatory

03

10

60

8

69

Aircraft Workshop Principles & Applications

A

03

10

60

9

70

Aircraft Materials & Hardware

A

03

15

60

10

77

Human Factors in Aircraft Engineering

A

03

10

60

11

78

Aviation Legislation

C

03

10

60

12

80

Aircraft Hydraulic Systems

Core Unit

03

10

60

13

81

Aircraft Propulsion Systems

B

03

15

60

14

82

Airframe Systems

C

03

10

60

15

83

Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine

A

03

10

60

16

84

Aircraft Electrical Systems

A

03

10

60

17

87

Avionic Systems

Core Unit

03

10

60

 

 

Two additional units except U-03

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering – Pearson, UK

 

Course Outline

 

S/N

Unit

Subject/Title

Group

Credit

Level

 

GLH

1

01

Engineering Design

Mandatory

15

4

60

2

02

Engineering Math

Mandatory

15

4

60

3

03

Engineering Science

Mandatory

15

4

60

4

04

Managing Professional Engineering Project

Mandatory

15

4

60

5

24

Aircraft  Aerodynamics

Mandatory

15

4

60

6

25

Electrical Distribution Sys

Optional

15

4

60

7

26

Aircraft Mechanical/Rotary Wing

Optional

15

4

60

8

28

Turbine Rotary Wing Mechanical and Flight Systems

Optional

15

4

60

9

34

Research Project

Core Unit (Mandatory)

30

5

120

10

35

Professional Engineering Management

Core Unit (Mandatory)

15

5

60

11

39

Further Mathematics

Core Unit (Mandatory)

15

5

60

12

55

Aircraft Flight Control

Core Unit (Mandatory)

15

5

60

13

56

A/C Propulsion Principles & Technology

Optional Unit

15

5

60

14

58

Avionics Systems

Optional

15

5

60

15

59

Aircraft GTE Design

Optional

15

5

60

16

79

Computer Aided Design (CAD)  

Optional

15

4

60

 

 

 

 

240

 

 

 

 

One unit is extra other than Unit-34

 

 

 

 

 

Total Qualification Time (TQT) includes:

 

Guided Learning

Independent and unsupervised research/learning

Unsupervised compilation of a portfolio of work experience

Unsupervised e-learning

Unsupervised e-assessment

Unsupervised coursework

Watching a pre-recorded podcast or webinar

Unsupervised work-based learning.