Instructors are required to teach one or more of the following Modules of Part 66 B1 B2 Program.
- M6 - Material & Hardware
- M7 - Mainatenance Practices
- M11 - Aeroplane Structure & Systems - Aerospace
- M13 - Aeroplane Structure & Systems - Avionics
- M14 - Aircraft Propulsion
- M15 - Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine
- M16 - Aircraft Piston Engine
- M17 - Aircraft Propeller Systems
Candidates from following background will be preferred:
- Armed Forces (PAF Engineering, Army & Naval Aviation Engineering)
- Airlines Engoneering Dept. (PIA, Shaheen, Airblue etc)
- General Aviation & MROs
- Mapping out training plans, designing and developing training program
- Choosing appropriate training methods per case (simulations, mentoring, on the job training, practical tasks, professional development classes, etc)
- Design and prepare educational aids and materials for both theoretical and practical part.
- Instructors must help with grading assignments (Both classroom and workshops).
- To make quizzes, Seasonal, and End Semester Examination papers, ensuring security in their preparation, duplication and safe custody before use in accordance with the policies.
- Advanced organizational skills with the ability to handle multiple assignments
1. Engineers from displines of Aernautical, Aerospace, Avionics, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering can apply
2. Teaching/Lecturing expereince of engineering program at a reputable colleee/university will be a plus
2. Candiadtes with the knowledge of EASA Part 66 / ANO 66 Regulations will be given preference
3. Candidates who have passed some or all of the B1/B2 License Exams (both EASA or SARI) will be preffered