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WSQ Apply Human Factors Principles course from 3 December 2019 to 6 December 2019

The WSQ Apply Human Factors Principles course was conducted from 3 December 2019 to 6 December 2019 at Air Transport Training College. In this course, participants are taught the implications of human factors on safety and its effects on individual and organizational behaviours that could result in errors. This course provides a great opportunity for participants to share […]

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WSQ Maintain Composite Structures (WSQ EU4) from 20 November 2019 to 27 November 2019

WSQ Maintain Composite Structures (WSQ EU4) was conducted from 20 November 2019 to 27 November 2019 This course teaches participants to identify defects on composite structures, and repair and perform wet and dry lay up of composite materials. The course provides great opportunities for participants to share ideas and experiences with one another. A Statement of Attainment for ‘WSQ […]

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PCAWO M3000 course on 11 November 2019

The Professional Certificate in Aerospace Workshop Operations for Module 3000 Avionics (General) course commenced on 11 November 2019 This is a specialisation module that train participants as inspectors, CRS and ARC signatories of Aerospace Overhaul / Repair workshops. This modules covers Electrical Fundamentals, Servomechanism and Electronics, and Automatic Pilot for Airplanes or Rotorcraft. Upon successful completion of the […]

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Airworthiness Administration course on 29 October 2019

The Airworthiness Administration course commenced on 29 October 2019 During the five-day Airworthiness Administration course, (CAAS SAR-66 M10/CAAS L12 Workshop), participants were taught how to apply aviation legislation in the MRO as well as the Part 21 organisation environment. The L12 course taught them aviation legislation and regulation in the design and technical service relating to the workshop […]

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Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering (FdEng) 20 Intake commenced on 30 September 2019

20th intake Foundation Degree in Aircraft Engineering (FdEng) programme commenced on 30 September 2019. This course is an intermediate level degree programme awarded by Kingston University London. Kingston University London has validated the delivery of this course by Air Transport Training College (ATTC). This course programme is an industry-based, vocational qualification designed for people who want to […]

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Airworthiness Administration course on 26 August 2019

The Airworthiness Administration course commenced on 26 August 2019 During the five-day Airworthiness Administration course, (CAAS SAR-66 M10/CAAS L12 Workshop), participants were taught how to apply aviation legislation in the MRO as well as the Part 21 organisation environment. The L12 course taught them aviation legislation and regulation in the design and technical service relating to the workshop […]

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ATTC participated in the CAAS Aviation Open House 2019

Air Transport Training College participated in CAAS Aviation Open House 2019, which was held at the Suntec Convention Centre from 15 August 2019 (Thursday) to 17 August 2019 (Saturday). This event is organised by Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore. CAAS Aviation Open House 2019 promotes aviation industry to students through career talks and interactive activities. In this […]

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Commencement of SAME 25 and ADAM 13

On 19 August 2019, the Specialist Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering (SAME) (25th Intake) and Applied Diploma in Aerospace Maintenance (ADAM) (13th Intake) commenced. SAME is a one-year full-time Cat A1 programme, whereas ADAM is a eight month full-time course conducted by Air Transport Training College. The SAME programme integrates the WSQ aerospace competency units […]

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‘An Introduction to Safety Management System’ on 19 August 2019

The Safety Management System (SMS), which was conducted on 19 August 2019 is a proactive management system that has the capability to expand levels of operational safety well beyond regulatory minimums by treating safety as a core business enterprise. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requires all Air Operators and Maintenance service providers to be […]

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