Aircraft Maintenance College 66 of Netherlands(AMC 66)
- Aircraft Maintenance College 66 (AMC66) is an EASA Approved Part-147 Maintenance Training
- AMC66 is working in close cooperation with a Dutch government funded school, which is an EASA Part-147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation with a shared the facility.
- The EASA Part-147 of the government funded school was established by Mr. Maarten de Klerk, who is the (co)owner of AMC66.
STPI (Indonesian State Aviation Academy)
Sekolah Tinggi Penerbangan Indonesia (STPI) – Indonesian Civil Aviation Institute (ICAI), is an official college under the Ministry of Transportation which is in charge of professional education programs in the field of aviation.
Referring to the Aviation Act No. 15, 1992 concerning Aviation and the Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR), the existence of the Training Institution constitutes the active and absolute supporting element.
The Air Traffic Control Training Division is responsible for the continuous development of all Indonesian Civil Aviation Institute employees through its training division, to provide necessary knowledge, skill, procedure and attitude to become qualified and professional in their jobs or functions. Also, the Air Traffic Control Training Division is responsible to conduct training for Indonesian Civil Aviation Institute Counterparts or other Third Parties employees for mutual benefits.
The Air Traffic Control Training Division of Indonesian Civil Aviation Institute, by referring to the ICAO Training Manual, is approved to conduct training on which the graduates meet the requirements to achieve the Air Traffic Control License and rating, as well as any other additional skill and knowledge.
The approval is obtained from the Directorate of Aviation safety, Directorate General of Civil Aviation in accordance with the requirement of Aviation Act No. 15, 1992, concerning Aviation and the Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) of the Indonesian Ministry of Transportation Decree, Number 172/VII/1997, and ICAO Annex 1 Personal licensing.
University of South Wales (Dubai Campus)
SW Dubai Campus is an exciting new development that offers students the opportunity to study in the heart of an emerging global hub for the aviation industry.
Located on the doorstep of the world’s largest airport in the making, Al Maktoum International Airport, we are situated in the emirate of Dubai’s purpose-built city for business and industry, Dubai South. Ideally placed for the University to expand its delivery of real-life training in aerospace engineering overseas.
Air Service Training UK
AST is the only training provider in Scotland approved to offer Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Training as defined by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
These licences are recognised worldwide and form the basic qualifications for employment in Aviation, not just in Scotland but the whole world.
Graduates of AST are currently working throughout the world as Licenced Engineers with a significant number holding Senior Managerial roles for major airlines and National Aviation Authorities.