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Aircraft Engineering Foundation Course: Partner institution

KLM UK Engineering

KLM UK Engineering logoKLM UK Engineering Ltd, an aircraft maintenance organisation, is a large employer of aircraft engineers. Its Technical College has gained a worldwide reputation for its continuing high standards.

The College's courses have full EASA 147 approval and full EASA 147 approval for EASA 66 Cat A and B1 basic training. It also holds ISO 9001 accreditation for its quality management system, adopted to deliver and design training courses.

KLM UK Engineering offers unique training opportunities on 'live' commercial aircraft in our EASA 145 Maintenance Organisation. Liaison between instructors and highly skilled engineers working on the various types of aircraft contributes significantly to the success rate of students on our courses.

Its training manuals, produced by professional and experienced staff, are regularly updated and are included in course costs. Examination results and progress reports can be sent to sponsors and certificates are issued to individuals on the successful completion of all courses.

KLM UK Engineering Ltd's engineering maintenance/component overhaul workshops and offices occupy some 88,000 sq. ft of space at Norwich Airport. Among the approvals held are those from the Civil Aviation Authority for maintenance and overhaul of the B737, F100/70, BAe 146/RJ, Fokker 50 and ATR 72 aircraft.

The Technical College: this is located at Norwich Airport, close to the city centre and beautiful countryside. It has well-equipped, permanent and purpose-built classrooms, together with student study areas, technical library and student refectory.

All the instructors are very experienced and are approved by the Civil Aviation Authority under EASA 147. An independent quality assurance training standards surveyor ensures training and examination standards meet the Approved Authority requirements.

Its facilities also include a purpose-built apprentice centre, housing its very own hand-skills workshop (mechanical and electrical). It has a dedicated practical training classroom, complete with a full-size aircraft fuselage. Practical training is also undertaken in KLM aircraft component overhaul facilities and base maintenance hangars.

Find out more from the KLM UK Engineering website or contact:

  • Sarah Chaplin (college administrator)
    KLM UK Engineering Technical College
    25–27 Hurricane Way
    Norwich Airport Industrial Estate
    Norwich, Norfolk
    NR6 6HE
    Tel: 44 (0)1603 480 482
    Fax: 44 (0)1603 480 499
    Email: sarah.chaplin@klmuk.com 
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