If you want to get a Part 66 licence, you have to comply with the Part-66 requirements (in particular, 66.A.10 Applications and for experience: 66.A.25 “Basic knowledge requirements”, item (a), and 66.A.30 “Experience Requirements”).
You can find this information in the EASA Web Page at the following link:
The basic knowledge requirements must be demonstrated by examination. These examinations can be performed either in a Part-147 training organisation approved by a EU Member State or as delivered by the competent authorities of the EU Member State where you may intend to apply for a licence. View the list of the foreign EASA approved Part-147 organisations
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