The diploma is a two years program, while the higher diploma is a three years program. Both programs comprise aviation fundamentals which constitute an integral part of a professional license leading to certification as Maintenance Certifying Mechanic. These programs adhere to both the European Aviation Safety Agency’s EASA (EASA) part 66 regulations, and the GCAA CAR 66 rules required for “Category A1” Line Maintenance Mechanic courses. Students who obtained the diploma can enroll for the higher diploma and complete it within one additional year. In addition, AMT also includes a four-years applied bachelor for aircraft maintenance management. Students who completed the higher diploma are eligible to enroll for the Bachelor program and complete it within one additional year.
Students in these programs can earn the local and the international licenses upon successful completions of the requirements as well as earning the prospective academic Diploma, Higher Diploma, and Applied Bachelor qualifications.