High school is the time when students enjoy the most in their school days. However, this is also the time when you plan what you want to study further after finishing up the school. Students’ mind is always boggling with various questions like which path to choose, which industry and what are possible job options available if you choose a certain path? The suggestions pouring in from all the people around makes it even difficult. None of these suggestions actually show you a well-structured path towards your career.
So here we would like to suggest you a well-structured pathway to a fantastic career. To begin with let us introduce to you one of the largest Industry in the world, which employs countless people across the globe. The Aviation industry is inevitable for global commerce; it connects people and various cultures. However, as important the air travel is, very few realize the complexity and significance of aircraft maintenance. Maintenance is the least known and understood part of the aviation industry. But can planes fly without it? Never. Be it a helicopter, a jet plane or an airplane, these are all very sophisticated machines. They need regular maintenance which brings the safety, reliability and comfort to the air travel.
Let us understand why Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is a good option and why you should be considering it. After the completion of one-year classroom training, you can already become the part of the industry by going for institutions which provide on the job training (OJT). You can further keep upgrading your License by doing modular courses and continue to work and earn.
Skilled and qualified Aircraft Maintenance Engineers are some of the highly paid employees in Aviation Industry. If you move a step higher, you can be an Aircraft Inspector. Airlines and MROs are hungry for people who want to work in this continually growing industry. Aviation maintenance market is expected to increase 50% in next decade. The growth means opportunities for people looking for an exciting and rewarding career and not just a job.