ECAM is the Egyptian Company for Aircraft Maintenance.
Maintenance facilities are located in Sharm El-Sheikh
International Airport- Egypt, and In Hurghada
Eng. Ashraf Ahmed, has established this project in 1999. The Hangar can accommodate up to two aircraft, in addition to stores and support shops.
At ECAM Academy with our German Partner
Heinze Academy, one of the most flexible EASA Part 147 approved training organisations
in Europe with 85 years of experience, we educate aircraft maintenance.
We have prepared special Part 66 exams (B1, B2), training and preparation courses, so you can get your license quickly.
This way you can become one of the most in-demand professionals worldwide, with one of the highest salaries in technical trades.
With us and an EASA Part 66 license,
your professional opportunities can expand in Europe, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and globally.
Actually, anyone can attend module examinations. Previous technical
knowledge is recommended but not necessary.
Attend the module examination at any Part-147 approved training
Module examinations are clean desk examinations, meaning nothing may
be used to help during examinations.
There are 13 modules for Cat. B1.1 license needed. It is 13 Multiple
choice exams (one per module) and 3 essay exams
(for Modules M7A, M9A and M10).
Before any essay exam, ECAM and Heinze Academy make a review
where the examiner explains in detail what elements are necessary
to write a successful essay. We can also perform an essay writing
course – all possible scenarios are explained there and many test
writings are done in this course.