Introducing a new European Aviation Safety Agency initiative - the EASA e-examination. Developed through open consultation with the Agency's stakeholders its aim is to promote a high and uniform level of knowledge of EU Civil Aviation safety legislation.
EASA e-examinations are typically taken by participants at the end of industry or NAA training courses and the topics to be covered are defined and outlined below. An EASA certificate of achievement is awarded to candidates who successfully pass; the certificates however do not confer any special rights, privileges or accreditation.
Examinations are voluntary and subject to a charge. They are available through NAAs, independent training organisations or other bodies registered as EASA e-examination providers.
Please note there is no relationship between this e-examination and the examinations foreseen under Part 147 / Part 66 or JAR FCL.
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, and typically has 32 multiple-choice questions and lasts around 45 minutes.
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Remark: 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 against any error.
Examinations must be taken under the supervision of NAAs, training organisations or other bodies confirmed as EASA e-examination providers.
EASA e-examinations are currently available from the following organisations: