Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines (LTTP), an aviation maintenance school based in Manila, is the latest Aviation Maintenance Training Organization to choose ASTech’s GEMS (General Examination Management System) as the organization’s examination management system to facilitate and optimize the generation of exams for maintenance engineers.
Jochen Harms, General Manager at Lufthansa Technical Training, Philippines comments:
"By using ASTech’s comprehensive exam management system, GEMS, we can easily manage the daily task of generating EASA Part-66 exams. GEMS’ compliance to EASA standards further supports us in our aim and commitment to provide our students with world-class training in any required field."
LTTP will be using GEMS for the whole range of training courses offered at the training school; these include EASA CAT A, B1, B2 approved basic training courses, aircraft type training courses for Airbus and Boeing and specialized training courses such as Fuel Tank Safety, Ground Handling or Cabin Maintenance. The related GEMS applications covering the specific requirements are GEMS Basic, GEMS Type and GEMS Fundamentals.
Over a number of years, ASTech has cooperated closely with LTTP’s German parent company Lufthansa Technical Training (LTT).
Paul Nolan, Managing Director at ASTech comments:
"We are delighted to gain LTTP as a customer. This shows that GEMS is regarded as world-class software solution for exam management among EASA Part-147 organizations and the trust the industry has in our products."
The acquisition of LTTP further allows ASTech to enter the Asian-Pacific market, which the software provider will use as an opportunity to extend its business relations and further expand GEMS’ product usage all over the world.
ASTech is the provider of world-class General Examination Management Systems for aviation - GEMS automates the generation and correction of maintenance and pilot exams.
About Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines
Lufthansa Technical Training Philippines (LTTP) is an aviation maintenance training school based in Manila. As a branch of our German parent company Lufthansa Technical Training, it is holding the EASA Part-147 certification as approved Maintenance Training Organization as well as Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) as Aircraft Maintenance Technician School.