Air Transport Training College (ATTC) was established in 1999. The college is registered with both the Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) of Singapore and the Committee for Private Education (CPE) with the registration number 199901790H.
Within the Singapore Airworthiness Requirement (SAR) framework, regulated by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), ATTC is a SAR Part 147 Approved Maintenance Training Organisation (CAAS Approval No: MTO/002). This means ATTC is approved to offer training programmes that meet SAR-66 basic knowledge and initial skills requirements in Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul MRO activities.
ATTC is concurrently a SkillsFuture Singapore Approved Training Organisation (ATO), having been awarded ATO No.00161 on 2 August 2007. On 1 September 2007, ATTC was appointed by SkillsFuture Singapore as a CET (Continuing Education & Training) Centre for the Aerospace industry.
ATTC is also registered as a Private Education Institution (PEI) with the Committee for Private Education (CPE) under the Enhanced Registration Framework (ERF) with the registration number 199901790H. This registration is valid from 6 August 2018 to 5 August 2022.
In March 2009, ATTC is bestowed with the Frost & Sullivan’s Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defense 2009 Aerospace Technical Training Institution of the Year Award.
Since 26 November 2012, ATTC operates from our new training complex (Seletar Aerospace Training Complex) at Seletar Aerospace Park. Apart from a fully operational hangar, with access to the runway at the Seletar Airport, and workshops offering skills-based training in aircraft related mechanical, avionics, electrical, engine systems and advanced composite repair techniques, the training complex also houses a Cessna 172 Skyhawk and a fully operational Learjet 25B to enhance the maintenance experience offered at the hangar. Seletar Aerospace Training Complex was officially opened by then Acting Manpower Minister, Mr. Tan Chuan-Jin on 22 May 2013.
In 24 July 2013, ATTC entered into a Training Agreement with Turbomeca Asia Pacific whereby ATTC will form part of Turbomeca’s international training network for the delivery of Turbomeca Level 1 and Level 2 maintenance courses. Such engine type training offered by ATTC’s instructors, under authorisation and qualification by Turbomeca, allow both the local and regional workforce to increase their skills and employability for the support of helicopter operations.
In 17 October 2013, ATTC also entered into an MOU with Jet Aviation Singapore, a General Dynamics company, for the launch of a joint “ATTC – Jet Aviation Licensed Aircraft Engineer Training Program for Business Aviation”. This joint program offers quality training opportunities for our workforce in an effort to develop a competitive pool of local Licensed Aircraft Engineers and related professionals for Business Aviation at Seletar Aerospace Park and beyond.