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CASR-66 Module 6 Materials and Hardware

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Study for a career in aircraft maintenance or advance your existing aircraft maintenance career with a B1 or B2 Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME) license. SM TAFE offers modules to suit the B1 LAME license, focusing on maintenance of Airframes (A), Engines (C) and Electrical (E) systems; and the B2 LAME license, focusing on Electrical (E), Instrument (I) and Radio (R) systems. 

Study flexibly in a CASA approved training facility at Jandakot’s Aviation campus that includes a hangar housing a variety of training aeroplanes, engines and equipment including a Boeing B737-200.  Our classrooms, computer labs and online systems will complement module training that is designed in-house by experienced lecturers in collaboration with industry. Progress your journey by attempting required CASA examinations with us. 

CASA Part 66 Module 6 delivers knowledge of materials and hardware commonly used in aircraft maintenance.

Acquire this knowledge

  • Characteristics, properties and identification of ferrous, non-ferrous, composite and non-metallic materials, testing, heat treatment and identifying defects
  • Chemical fundamentals, and types and causes of corrosion
  • Fasteners, pipes and unions, springs, bearings types and applications
  • Transmissions, control cables, electrical cables and connectors types and their applications

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If  you are someone who is already in the industry and would like to follow a “self-study” and examinations pathway, express your interest to find out available examination dates.

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