Aircraft Mechanical Training
What is an aircraft mechanic?
The job of an aircraft mechanic is to keep aircraft operating safely and efficiently. People’s lives are at stake which makes this job extremely important. Aircraft mechanics service aircraft, overhaul engines and parts and test the every-day smooth running of aeroplanes or helicopters.
Some aircraft mechanics specialise in:
- Propeller-driven aircraft
- Helicopters etc
What does an aircraft mechanic do?
- Conduct safety inspections
- Service aircraft
- Troubleshoot and solve problems
- Overhaul engines and parts
- Repairs parts/ install new ones
- Tests various aircraft systems and engines
- Order parts
- Keeps strict records
- Commits to lifelong learning
Admission Requirements (Minimum)
- 18 years and older.
- Grade 12/N3 or Equivalent
- Mathematics 50% of higher
- English 50% or higher
- Maths Literacy 50% + will be considered subject to the below Applicants that do not meet the course acceptance criteria but do possess a Grade 12/N3 or
- equivalent certificate will be subject to an aptitude test prior to acceptance and admission to MATA.
See form on training page
Trade Test Preparation
- MATA prepares students and conducts trade tests for students after completing and obtaining of the required experience.
- Our qualified instructors are registered Trade Test Officers with TETA & NAMB.
- Trade test preparations are conducted at the MATA premises and trade tests are conducted at the Indlela premises in Olifantsfontein, Gauteng, South Africa.
Trade Test Fees