The Gulf Today
Publication Date : October 18, 2017
Publication Name : The Gulf Today
Aircraft manufacturers anticipate that in the next two decades, the world’s fleet of aircraft will double, and 80 per cent of those aircraft will involve non-U S purchasers. VCATI’s background in Corporate Training in the Aviation industry highlighted the need for a vocational programme that assures students of quality education combined with on-the-job training so they are eligible to find lucrative jobs in the industry. The Institute has signed agreements with leading companies such as Air Arabia, SR Technics and Kratis to place eligible students in internships so they can gain the experience required to get placements. “We are proud of our excellent infrastructure and well qualified faculty members. The 2-year course, beginning in October, has been endorsed by UAE’s Knowledge and Human Development Authority KHDA and approved by UAE General Civil Aviation Authority GCAA. Our students will be licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (AME) eligible to work in the aviation industry anywhere in the world at an attractive remuneration.