Once you have met all the Part 66 licence requirements, you can apply:
- for an initial Part 66 licence
- to add a category or sub-category to an existing Part 66 licence
- for an aircraft type rating.
If you have successfully completed your licence category training through the:
- Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation (MTO) pathway: the MTO will notify us on your behalf
- Part 66 self-study pathway: we will have a record of the basic knowledge module exams you have successfully passed as part of your training.
You can find application fee amounts in the application forms.
Learn more about Part 66 aircraft engineer licences.
Apply for an initial Part 66 licence
You must have an Australian Reference Number (ARN) to apply for a licence. Learn how to apply for an individual ARN if you don't have one.
Part 147 MTO training and assessment pathway
If you have completed your training through the Part 147 MTO pathway, please apply for an initial issue of a Part 66 licence by completing and submitting:
If you have completed your training through the Part 66 self-study pathway, please submit the completed form to us:
You will also need to compile and submit the necessary practical experience logbook.
To apply for an initial Part 66 licence, follow these steps.