AME Fixed wing with Turbine (B1.1), Fixed wing with Piston Engine (B1.2), Fixed Wing with Turbine and Piston Engine (B1) & Avionic (B2):
The B1.1, B1.2, B1, and Avionic programs (B2) are designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge necessary to obtain UAE General Civil Aviation certification. The programs are divided into the broad areas: General Topics, B1.1, B1.2, and B2 General Subjects studies include (but are not limited to) Basic Electricity and Electronics, Ground Operation and Servicing, and Maintenance Forms and Records. B1.1& B1.2 subjects include (but are not limited to) types of airframe, assembly and rigging, and airframe inspection. Lubrication, ignition, cooling, exhaust, and auxiliary power units..
General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) CAR 147 dictates the curriculum for the program.
The curriculum, physical facilities, equipment, and instructors all meet or exceed requirements set forth by the GCAA for certification.
The programs provide both classroom and lab hours for the B1.1, B1.2 and B2 curriculum. Courses teach the basic skills necessary to provide the student with the theoretical and practical knowledge to repair airframes, engines, and aircraft systems.
The Duration of training will be two years. After 400 hour OJT the student can easily secure gainful employment in the aviation in airline or MRO companies
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Career
Aviation Industry has grown to double its size in last decade. A sizeable number of aircraft are added every year to various sectors of aviation both commercial and military aviation. As per Forbes report, Middle East is the fastest growing regions when it comes to the number of passengers travelling and airline capacity. According to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) by 2030, the aviation industry will need 25,000 new aircraft. Approximately 500,000 new engineers and technician will be required to manage this large fleet. So one can imagine how the demand for qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME) is going to increase in coming years.
After obtaining the license, candidates have many career options. One can find jobs with both government and private aviation sectors. There is a constant requirement for qualified professionals in various airports of Middle East. Depending on your license you can provide maintenance service for airplanes, helicopters, VIP and corporate aircraft. Our aviation training institute VCATI offers Job Assistance for all the students of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course. Our other courses include Career Upgradation Courses, and Corporate Aviation Courses.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME)
An Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) or Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME) is a licensed professional who certifies and carries out the maintenance of aircraft. The job of AME is a reputed, demanding and responsible assignment with the attractive pay and benefits. Our aviation training academy in Dubai provides specialized two years training program in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. The AME education includes classroom teaching, workshop training, and assured OJT (On Job Training) with our associated partners. The training of CAR 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence (CAR66–AML) is delivered by a team of highly qualified and experienced professionals. Is approved by General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA). We are one of the few training institutes in Dubai that provides the scholarship to qualifying students. Be an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer with world-class training, Guaranteed OJT and get a Job Assistance in the fast-growing aviation industry.
Entry s Requirements: – 12 Years of Schooling Preferred
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering GCAA A1/A2 Short Course
This Aircraft Maintenance Engineering course, structured by us integrates a unique blend of theoretical knowledge and practical experience, spread over a span of 1 year. The classroom training covers all the GCAA Category A1/A2 modules and examinations, followed by the On-Job Training further broken down to both Line & Base Maintenance experience giving the candidate a wide industry exposure, which would further create easy employability opportunities. Divided in two parts of an equal length assures that candidate has the competency in terms of both the knowledge and its application in the field, from knowing little or ‘Nothing’ to knowing ‘Everything’ is the key motivator behind the commencement of this course.
Who should do this course:
Engineers on field who are looking for license.
Working professionals who are keen to enter the fast growing field of Aviation.
Engineering students who would like to enter the field as soon as possible.