All of our examinations are conducted under the Technical College Part 147 Approval Reference EASA.UK.147.0012 and are compliant with Part 147. A.205 – Basic Knowledge Examinations. We are able to offer examinations for Category A, B1.1 and B2 at a cost of £40.00 per exam. Payment methods include cash, cheque or debit/credit card.
To book an exam download the exam booking form below, complete and return it to us along with your payment.
If you are paying by card please contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org for a payment form.
Please ensure that all exam bookings/requests are submitted no later than 1 week prior to your chosen exam date.
Students who are registered to study our Online module(s) receive their first exam as part of the package, although any re-take exams will incur an additional charge per exam. Further details on re-take examinations is given below.
Examination re-takes at KLM UK Engineering Technical College Approved Examination Centre
If you are unsuccessful at your examination, please be aware of our re-take policy.
EASA Part-66, Appendix II, 1.11 states “A failed module may not be re-taken for at least 90 days following the date of the failed module examination.” With the exception case of a Part-147 approved maintenance training organisation which conducts a course of retraining tailored to the failed subjects in the particular module when the failed module may be re-taken after 30 days.”
Unfortunately, KLMUKE Technical College are unable to offer tailored revision to our online customers and therefore the 90 day rule will apply.
EASA Part-66, Appendix II, 1.13 states “The maximum number of consecutive attempts for each module is three. Further sets of three attempts are allowed with a 12-month waiting period between sets.”
Without prejudice to the examination attempt constraints laid out in EASA Part-66 Appendix II, 1.13, KLMUKE Technical College Maintenance Training Organisation interprets “three consecutive attempts” at an individual module examination to mean that the 2nd and 3rd attempts are made within the 12 months following the 1st attempt.
If the student fails to achieve a pass after these three consecutive attempts, the “waiting period” is imposed from the date of the last attempt, which prohibits the student from re-attempting the examination for 12 months (at any approved EASA Examination Centre).
To anticipate the problem of this mandated ban, the students should be aware that once 12 months have passed from the date of a module examination attempt, that record “drops off” the list of consecutive attempts for that module. By knowing this, a student can effectively avoid the 12 month “waiting period” and therefore it would be useful for them to adopt this approach whenever possible.
KLM UK Engineering Technical College Examination Team will monitor candidates attempt count and will make recommendations if a “consecutive” 3rd attempt is being taken.
If you have any queries regarding examinations please contact the team at email@example.com