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Period : 72 Training Hours (2 – 3 months)
Time of Course : 7.00pm to 10.00pm
Days of Course : 3 times per week (Monday, Wednesday, Friday)
Full-Time upon request
Period : 11 Days
Time of Course : 9.00am to 5.00pm
Days of Course : Monday to Friday
Course Commencement is subjected to the minimum number of participants
Course Fees for Local and International Students: SGD2,289
Members of SIAE will enjoy 5% discount if payment is made before course commence.
A 1% levy will be imposed every month for late payment.
The first sitting for this course is included in the course fee. For each subsequent attempt, an exam fee of SGD30 is applicable. For each paper, a maximum of 3 attempt is allowed for each participant.
FEES QUOTED ABOVE EXCLUDE GST
This is a specialisation module that train participants as inspectors, CRS and ARC signatories of Aerospace Overhaul/Repair workshops.
ATTC conducts engineering courses for the aircraft maintenance personnel.
Practising artisans and mechanics, who wish to upgrade to inspectors and certifying signatories for Overhaul / Repair workshops.
Participants can be qualified as Workshop Certifying Staff upon graduation from this course.
M2200A – Engine
Module M2200 is a specialisation module for Engine. It covers the following:
1. Piston Engine Theory and Construction
2. Piston Engine Systems
4. Turbine Engine Theory, Construction and Systems
5. Electrical and Instrument Systems
The ratio of Lecturer to Students is 1:32 for theory classes.
Learning And Teaching Methods
All classes will be taught by lectures.
ATTC courses are assessed by written examination.
ITE NTC-3 or GCE ‘N’ / ‘O’ Level
Persons without the above qualifications may be admitted on a case by case basis.
The medium of instruction is English.
Upon successful completion and passed all necessary written examinations. Graduates will be awarded the ‘Professional Certificate in Aerospace Workshop Operations’ by Air Transport Training College
Participants who have successfully completed the course within the scope as described in the Certification Privilege Table for both Avionics and Mechanical, after 1 July 2005 will also required to pass CAAS L12 Basic Airworthiness Administration paper before he / she can be qualified as a Workshop Certifying Staff.
(N.B. The credits obtained from this exam are not meant to offset against the Aircraft Maintenance Engineers’ basic exam).
Students must achieve a minimum of 85% attendance for all individual modules.
This course is eligible for SkillsConnect Training Grant (Applicable to company sponsored applicants who are Singaporeans or Singapore PR only). For more information, please log on to the SkillsConnect website
The information provided are the most current at the point of publishing and may be subject to changes. ATTC has the right to make changes to course fees, course syllabus, duration and admission requirements without notice.