SINGAPORE / October 18, 2013 – Jet Aviation Singapore and Air Transport Training College at Seletar Aerospace Park announced today that they will jointly support a Licensed Aircraft Engineer Training Program for business aviation. As part of the agreement, Jet Aviation will provide required on-the-job training opportunities to students enrolled in the SAR 66 Cat B1.1 at ATTC.
To develop a competitive pool of local licensed aircraft engineers and related professionals for the business aviation network at Seletar Aerospace Park, Jet Aviation Singapore and the Air Transport Training College (ATTC) at Seletar Aerospace Park are cooperating to offer an ATTC – Jet Aviation Licensed Aircraft Engineer Training Program for Business Aviation. The joint program is to be integrated within the ATTC’s SAR 66 Cat B1.1 training program currently on offer, which requires students to complete on-the-job training (OJT).
The ATTC’s SAR 66 Cat B1.1 training program is a compulsory component of the 2-year Foundation Degree (FD) program as well as the 3-year Bachelor of Science (Hons) program in Aircraft Engineering at Kingston University. Jet Aviation Singapore will offer OJT opportunities at its premises to students selected for the ATTC – Jet Aviation Licensed Aircraft Engineer Training Program. All other students enrolled in the FD or BSc (Hons) programs at ATTC, including graduate students working towards a type-rating as licensed aircraft engineers, are also eligible to participate.
“Extending as many training opportunities as possible to as many students at Seletar Aerospace Park as possible helps secure a highly trained and much needed local workforce,” said Liu Wing Tim, managing director at the ATTC. “We are very pleased to work with Jet Aviation Singapore to realize our mutual goals.”
“We are fully committed to hiring from Singapore’s skilled pool of talent and to supporting the infrastructure at Seletar Aerospace Park, which serves our business aviation customers in the region,” said Gary Dolski, vice president and general manager of Jet Aviation Singapore. “By selecting, training and retraining qualified engineers, we can best ensure we will continue to meet customer requirements and the highest business aviation standards.”
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ATTC is fully accredited by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) as a Maintenance Training Organization and is also ISO9001:2008 quality certified. As a National Continuing Education and Training Centre Institute (NCI) appointed by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA), the ATTC is committed to providing responsible and creditable aerospace training and education. As a testament to its
continual efforts, ATTC has been awarded the 4-year EduTrust Certification by CPE with effect from 29 December 2011. More information about Air Transport Training College is available at www.attc.edu.sg.
Seletar Aerospace Park has been developed by the JTC Corporation, the national developer of industrial infrastructure, to support Singapore’s growing aerospace industry. It is a dedicated 320-hectare park that aims to host an integrated aerospace industry cluster incorporating aerospace MRO; design and manufacturing of aircraft systems and components; business and general aviation activities; as well as training and R&D.
Jet Aviation provides aircraft maintenance, completions, management, charter, sales, and FBO services.
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