EASA e-examinations are typically taken after completion of an associated training course. Such a course could be provided by an NAA or training providers. An EASA statement of achievement is awarded to candidates who successfully pass the e-examination.
Examinations are taken voluntarily and are subject to a charge. They are available through independent training organisations or other bodies registered as EASA e-examination providers (see below).
Please note that there is no relationship between this e-examination and the examinations foreseen under Part 147 / Part 66 or the Aircrew Regulation.
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and look at dedicated catalogue. Each catalogue includes all relevant training information (e.g. course description, price and scheduled sessions).
EASA e-examinations are currently available from the following organisations:
Exam syllabi define the subject area. This allows participants to prepare for each exam and training providers to tailor their material accordingly. Each exam is open-book, limited to the regulatory material covered, typically contains 32 multiple-choice questions and lasts around 45 minutes.
More information can be found in the ELG (login: guest, password: training)
Please note that the subject matter and exam questions are under constant revision. Every effort is made to ensure each e-examination is up-to-date, accurate and reliable. However, EASA cannot guarantee them to be free from errors.
Examinations are taken under the supervision of training organisations or other EASA e-examination providers. NAAs of Member States can use the EASA e-examination system free of charge when training their own staff.
Organisations and NAAs interested in becoming an EASA e-examination provider are invited to contact the Technical Training Department for further information: e-examination .at. easa .point. europa .point. eu.