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Calling all SPM graduates! ​

If you’re interested in an Engineering career in the aviation industry, Malaysia Airlines is offering Engineering Training courses and is now open for the September 2021 intake.​

Malaysia Airlines Engineering Training:

Established in 1972, Engineering Training was initially called Technical Training Department. It was assigned the primary role of ensuring that the Engineering and Maintenance Division is supported in maintaining an adequate number of suitably qualified personnel for operating and maintaining aircraft in compliance with the Department of Civil Aviation, Malaysia and Aviation Authorities such as FAA and EASA.​

The Engineering Training Department provides engineering and maintenance training for Basic and Aircraft Type courses for Viking DHC6-400, ATR72-500, B737-600/700/800/900, A320 families, A330, A350 and A380 aircraft.​

The department also offers training schemes to produce Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers, Workshop Engineers, Technician and Junior Technician courses and training programmes such as engine ground run with simulator training, which is also offered to technical personnel.​

Through effective management on procedures and standards, we help our clients to structure their MRO processes, standards and add necessary improvements and optimisation. Our MRO consultancy encompasses Operation Management, Improvement Programmes, Establishment & Development and Training Development.​​

Aircraft Maintenance License Program (CAAM):

A. CAAM Category A1 Aircraft Maintenance License (Aeroplanes Turbine)​ 3 years
B. CAAM Category B1.1 Aircraft Maintenance License (Aeroplanes Turbine)​ 5 years
C. CAAM Category B2 Aircraft Maintenance License (Avionics)​ 5 years

Part 147 Aircraft Type Courses​:

  1. Category A1 (CAAM)​
    1. Viking DHC 6 Series 400 (Pratt & Whitney Canada PW PTA)
    2. ATR 72-2121A (Pratt & Whitney Canada PW 120)
    3. Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 (CFMI CFM56)
    4. Airbus A330 (Pratt & Whitney PW 4000)
    5. Airbus A350 (Roll Royce TrentXWB)​
    6. Airbus A380 (Roll Royce RB211 Trent 900)​
  2. Category B1.1 and B2 (CAAM And/or EASA)​
    1. Viking DHC 6 Series 400 (Pratt & Whitney Canada PW PTA)
    2. ATR 72-2121A (Pratt & Whitney Canada PW 120)
    3. Boeing 737-600/700/800/900 (CFMI CFM56)
    4. Boeing 777-200 (Roll Royce RB211 Trent 800)
    5. Airbus A318/A319/A320/A321 (CFMI CFM56)
    6. Airbus A319/A320/A321 (IAE V2500)​
    7. Airbus A330 (Pratt & WhitneyPW 4000)​
    8. Airbus A330 (Roll Royce RB211 Trent 700)​
    9. Airbus A330 (General Electric CF6)​
    10. Airbus A350 (Roll Royce TrentXWB)​
    11. Airbus A380 (Roll Royce RB211 Trent 900)​
  3. Differences courses​
    1. Airbus A330 (Pratt & Whitney PW 4000) for holders of Airbus A330 (Roll Royce RB211 Trent700) / Airbus A330 (General Electric CF6)​
    2. Airbus A330 (Roll Royce RB211 Trent 700) for holders of Airbus A330 (Pratt & Whitney PW 4000)​

CAAM Examinations​:

  1. Basic modules (CAAM REF NO. AN1101)​
    Category A1, B1.1 and B2​​
  2. Lifting of Limitation:
    Conversion DCA LWTR to CAAM Part-66 licenses​​​​
  3. AMOC​
    (Alternate Mean of Compliance): conversion EASA Part-66 to CAAM Part-66 licenses​

Our Amenities​:

  • Classrooms x 8​
  • Examination Rooms x 2​
  • Computer Based Training (CBT)​
  • Aircraft Standard Practice Workshop (ASP)​​

Our Training Approvals​:

  • CAAM Approved Training Organisation ATO/2015/02 EASA ​​​
  • Approved Training Organisation EASA.147.0078

Contact Us​:

For more information on the courses offered, please contact:

Business & Development, Engineering Training Department​


+6 019 359 2490

+6 03 8777 3112 (PRIMARY) ​
+6 03 8777 3190 (SECONDARY)​

Interested candidates, please write in before 31 May 2021.​

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