B2 CASA Category Licence (Fixed-Wing)


This course includes competencies from the MEA Aeroskills Training Package that meet the requirements of CASA for the granting of a CASR Part 66 licence.

About the Course

Sigma Aerospace College Diploma courses are designed for all aspiring aircraft engineers and meet the training and assessment requirements to progress towards licencing.

The Category Licence courses include all relevant learning materials and assessments for associated ASQA Units of Competency and invigilated CASA module exams.

Theory training is delivered online via self-paced learning via Sigma’s Learning Management System. Practical training is not included so practical criteria are met via Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL) by uploading suitable evidence.


Before You Enrol:

This course covers the MEA Aeroskills Training Package units of competency, and Part 66 Modular Assessments required to be attained before being able to fully exercise the licence privileges of the B2 licence (Fixed Wing).

Looking for multiple licences (B1.1,B1.2 etc? – we provide discounts on subsequent licence outcomes; please get in contact after you apply).


Initial payment is required at the time of enrolment. Unless advised otherwise during onboarding, our course fees are transparent and include ALL ASQA unit theory training and assessment, RPL services for practical experience, and all CASA module gap exams (See Policy Page for Details).

Course Duration

96 weeks
Course duration is the period of time, from the time of enrolment, in which you are required to complete your course including online self-paced theory training and assessments, uploading documentary evidence of practical experience, and completing CASA exams.

Our fees are all inclusive. See the Calculation:


Course Information

See a breakdown of the course, get information on entry criteria, and explore the upcoming delivery dates.

Entry Requirements

You must meet the following criteria to enrol in this course:

  • Have a minimum English level of Upper Intermediate equivalent to 5.5 IELTS (Academic) or ICAO / CASA Aviation English language proficiency rating of 4


This course does NOT include practical training. Practical competencies must be met via Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL). To attain the practical competencies associated with this course, you will be expected to upload the following documentation:

  • Related Log of Industrial Experience pages
  • Journal documents signed by your supervisor
  • Work History Sheets
  • Any Supervisor Signature Registers
  • Type Course Syllabus and Certificates
  • Related Industry Maintenance documentation
  • Commonwealth Statutory Declaration etc


To enrol in this qualification you must have access to aircraft & maintenance facilities to complete the practical component – otherwise you are ineligible to enrol and may result in forfeiture of any fees paid.

Critical Notes:

  1. Students looking to accelerate the processing of their RPL report will need to pay in full upfront.
  2. If you believe you have valid previous Aeroskills qualifications, units of competency, or are transferring from another provider and wondering if you can get a discount, select the ‘Pay by Invoice’ option at checkout and following the Client RPL Document Upload process, we will assess if any industry discount applies (without guarantee) and revise the invoice, however this will slow down the process of receiving your initial RPL report.
  3. Initial RPL report, career or training advice and guidance will only be released following payment of tuition fees in full.


Prior to commencement all students are required to review the Student Handbook & RPL Applicants Guide, and the complete set of policies related to your training at

Course Detail

This course includes competencies from the MEA Aeroskills Training Package and Part 66 Modular Assessment that meet the requirements of CASA for the granting of a CASR Part 66 B2 licence. It is particularly suited for the Avionics person working with Fixed Wing aircraft

(NOTE: Some units included in this course are prerequisite units that may be attained by Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL) for holders of Australian licences or other approved documentation.)

AQF Units of Competency

Code Unit of Competency
MEA107 Interpret and use aviation maintenance industry manuals and specifications
MEA111 Perform administrative processes to prepare for the certification of civil aircraft maintenance
MEA112 Plan and implement civil aircraft maintenance activities
MEA113 Supervise civil aircraft maintenance activities and manage human resources in the workplace
MEA116 Apply work health and safety procedures at supervisor level in aviation maintenance
MEA118 Conduct self in the aviation maintenance environment
MEA142 Manage self in the aviation maintenance environment
MEA148 Apply mathematics and physics in aviation maintenance
MEA154 Apply work health and safety practices in aviation maintenance
MEA155 Plan and organise aviation maintenance work activities
MEA156 Apply quality standards during aviation maintenance activities
MEA157 Complete aviation maintenance industry documentation
MEA158 Perform basic hand skills, standard trade practices and fundamentals in aviation maintenance
MEA201 Remove and install miscellaneous aircraft electrical hardware/components
MEA203 Remove and install advanced aircraft electrical system components
MEA206 Remove and install aircraft basic radio communication and navigation system components
MEA223 Inspect aircraft electrical systems and components
MEA224 Inspect aircraft instrument systems and components
MEA225 Inspect fixed wing aircraft automatic flight control systems and components
MEA226 Inspect aircraft electronic systems and components
MEA227 Test and troubleshoot aircraft electrical systems and components
MEA228 Test and troubleshoot aircraft instrument systems and components
MEA229 Test and troubleshoot aircraft radio frequency navigation and communications systems and components
MEA230 Test and troubleshoot fixed wing aircraft automatic flight control systems and components
MEA232 Test and troubleshoot aircraft pulse systems and components
MEA235 Perform advanced troubleshooting in aircraft avionic maintenance
MEA241 Perform aircraft weight and balance calculations as a result of modifications
MEA246 Fabricate and/or repair aircraft electrical hardware or parts
MEA292 Remove and install advanced aircraft instrument system components
MEA293 Remove and install aircraft electronic system components
MEA296 Use electrical test equipment in aviation maintenance activities
MEA301 Perform aircraft flight servicing
MSMENV472 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices


Full details regarding unit selection and packaging rules can be found at


CASA Part 66 Modules

Part 66 Module Module Title
Module 1 Mathematics
Module 2 Physics
Module 3 Electrical Fundamentals
Module 4 Electronic Fundamentals
Module 5 Digital Techniques and Electronic Instrument Systems
Module 6 Materials and Hardware
Module 7 Maintenance Practices
Module 8 Basic Aerodynamics
Module 9 Human Factors
Module 10 Aviation Legislation
Module 13 Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems
Module 14 Propulsion


All the modules listed above must be completed for the issue of a B2 licence. Credit against modules may be applicable through having completed similar Part 66 examinations at other Maintenance Training Organisations and/or through completion of CAR31 Basics examinations.

Where credit has been applied, the exact module (or part module) requirements to bridge knowledge gaps will be outlined on a Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) report.


Entry Criteria