AET (training resources)

#1
is there any books i could purchase which would give me a good understanding of the mathematics, and or mechanical engineering required to be an air engineer technician
 
#3
IMO you really don't need any prior knowledge of engineering and the maths is a fairly basic level (there is a module dedicated to teaching GCSE level maths as part of the NVQ you'll do).

If you want to prepare yourself mentally for the course then I'd recommend practicing learning lists of 8-9 sentences. The majority of exams during phase 2a training are based on being given lists of safety precautions and having to regurgitate them a week later.
 

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