adam-easa course – Air Transport Training College

Course Overview

Key Highlights

  • On ground training at AGT Aero France.
  • Academic training at Singapore's best aviation training institute.
  • A320 B1.1 and B2 Type Certificate from EASA approved organisation.
  • Get trained by industry’s top instructors.
  • Small batch size for personal attention.
  • Course Structure

    Course Timeline

    1st Phase: ADAM + EASA Part66 Basic Exam Preparation at ATTC Singapore for 8 months.

    2nd Phase: A320 Type Course conducted by AGT in Singapore for 8 weeks.

    3rd Phase: On-the-job training in Europe.

    What Makes The ADAM-EASA Course a Great Choice?

  • One single course for global aviation career opportunities.
  • Be in-demand with the most active aircraft in the world.
  • The A320 aircraft is operated by most countries and there are almost 10,000 in service worldwide.
  • EASA A320 B1.1 and B2 licences are recognised worldwide and form the basic qualifications for employment in the aviation industry.
  • Licensed aircraft maintenance engineers have a great career with attractive salary packages.
  • Course designed to meet industry’s demand for both certified aerospace technicians and EASA licensed engineers.
  • Unlock Your Full Potential

    A320 B1.1 and B2 Type Certificate by EASA Approved Organisation.

    Fresh graduates seeking a career in the aerospace maintenance industry and professionals looking to re-enter the industry with more hands-on skills.

    Cambridge equivalent GCE ‘N’ Level with credit in English, Mathematics, Science [Combined Science, Physical Science, Physics, Science (Physics, Biology), Science (Physics, Chemistry) OR other equivalent qualifications from recognised engineering institutions.
    International students from non-English medium schools or institutions with IELTS 5.0 or equivalent score.

    Why ATTC?

  • Faculty with years of industry + mentoring experience.
  • Balanced learning with a mix of lectures & practical skills training.
  • Personalised Attention: Small Lecturer-Student Ratio.
  • Theory: 1:28
  • Practical: 1:16
  • Forms & Resources