Rotax Certified iRMT Training

Who we are

CFS Aero is a Factory Authorised Rotax Training Organisation providing standardised iRMT training for Rotax Aircraft Engines.

Our range of courses are based on BRP-Rotax derived teaching and assessment material but with our own distinct flavour that makes for effective and enjoyable learning. CFS Aero uses only Professional iRMT Instructional Staff who are all extremely experienced and qualified in both the fields of training methodology and propulsion engineering.

Our facilities

The iRMT Training Facility is situated at CFS Aero within an all new Rotax Aircraft Engines annex. The comfortable and functional training/seminar room features SmartBoard and beamer, ICT equipment, modern tutorial furniture with a complimentary coffee maker to ensure a relaxed environment conducive for learning.

Our training engines, teaching aids and 'hands-on' area occupies space at the far end of the same room that is both clean and warm - access and viewing of our adjacent operational Rotax Overhaul and Service Centre is possible via adjoining door and glass panels.

What we offer

At CFS Aero, we are proud to be able to offer the whole range of authentic iRMT courses as both non-certified and certified options.

In effect, this translates to 9 courses in total with all 5 non-certified programmes available to individuals and organisations within our Distributorship Territory. Additionally, we are in a unique position to offer certain certified programmes under EASA Part 147 approval for suitable individuals and organisations from wider participation territories.

All iRMT courses successfully completed will be Certificated by CFS Aero on behalf of BRP-Rotax and will carry a period of validity of two years.

CFS Aero is also able to offer a range of complimentary accredited and non-accredited training programmes on generic aircraft/engine systems, such as Fuel Tank Safety, EWIS, Human Factors and many more.

Who can attend

Our iRMT courses are designed for just about anyone interested in or working with Rotax Aircraft Engines. For example, the Familiarisation Course is pitched at the enthusiastic amateur who has a desire to know more about these wonderful engines - right up to greater complexity and detailed technical courses more suited to the professional repair or field engineer.

However, certain entry pre-requisites apply for all levels above Familiarisation applicable to both un-certified and certified programmes. Please contact us to ascertain appropriate eligibility prior to any course booking.

When these courses are available

Combined Familiarisation/Service/Line Maintenance iRMT course:

  • 14th - 15th November 2017
  • 5th - 6th May 2018

Heavy Maintenance Course:

  • 6th - 8th February 2018

Please keep a check on our website for announcements of any additional dates through the year.

As a means of support and additional service to the professional engineer or engineering organisation, we are able to offer discrete and bespoke training on dates and at venues outside our normal training provision. Please contact us for more details.