EASA’s Technical Training aims to achieve and maintain the highest possible levels of competency, and to remain current on the latest developments in aviation safety. The Agency therefore develops and provides state-of-the-art training courses - both online and class room delivery - to its Staff and its Stakeholders, including personnel from National Aviation Authorities and other aviation sectors.
When necessary, training from selected, recognised leading providers can be procured through tenders and calls for the expression of interest. For more information on such opportunities, please consult the procurement page.
A comprehensive course catalogue is available via the Agency’s interactive training environment, the EASA Learning Gateway (ELG) portal:
Amongst others the ELG offers:
- Easy-to-use functionalities allowing users to browse training catalogues so as to obtain a comprehensive understanding of courses on offer;
- The ability to access and study the available training material;
- The possibility to manage the way the training is offered to them;
- A variety of training methods such as e-learning, instructor-led, blended and full qualification programmes;
- Technical support during EASA office hours.
Enrolment can be done through the appointed representative of your organisation (in the case of National Aviation Authorities), or by completing the Application for EASA Technical Training Form (FO.TT.00132). For further information, please contact the ELG Training Team: elg [at] easa [dot] europa [dot] eu.
ELG fees are established by ED Decisions 2013/003/E, 2008/122/A and 2015/118/ED. The Agency reserves the right to change the fees without notice, as well as alter published dates due to operational reasons.
EASA has also developed a web-based e-examination system on EU aviation legislation that is available to students of training organisations or self-trained students through selected EASA e-examination providers (downloadable from the Download box on the top right of the page).
EASA e-examinations are typically taken voluntarily after completion of an associated training course and are subject to a charge. They are taken under the supervision of training organisations or other EASA e-examination providers. An EASA statement of achievement is awarded to candidates who successfully pass the e-examination.
N.B.: Please note that there is no relationship between EASA e-examination and the examinations foreseen under Part 147 / Part 66 or the Aircrew Regulation.
To preview the current EASA e-examination catalogue, please log into the ELG:
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 kindly invited to contact the EASA Technical Training Section for further information: e-examination [at] easa [dot] europa [dot] eu.