Have you seen our 2024 course schedule?

Here at QAC we are excited to kickstart the year with a growing lineup of courses. In this edition, we’re pleased to unveil our growing course schedule for 2024. Seats are filling quickly so if there is something in particular you are interested in, enrol today to avoid disappointment. Stay tuned as we delve into the latest industry insights, expert tips from seasoned aviators, and inspiring success stories from our QAC community. Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for an exciting ride with QAC in 2024 ✈️

PWC PT6 B1.1 Limited Theoretical - enrol now!

In exciting news, we have just added a Pratt and Whitney PWC PT6 Engine B1.1 Theory course to our 2024 schedule. Seats are limited so we urge those who would like to enrol to do so without delay to avoid disappointment.

Dates: 13 – 22 May

Location: Online

For further course details or to enrol head to our website today.

Have you considered On-the-Job-Training (OJT)?

OJT programs can be completed on-the -job as an alternative to a traditional practical course. In 2023, we added a huge range of new OJT Programs to our portfolio and these (along with many more OJT programs) are all available now via our website.

For more details or to enrol in any of the above new programs, click here >>

🔧 Embraer EMB-505 (PWC PW535) Phenom 300 B1.1 & B2 OJT (100% + 25%)

🔧 Bombardier BD700-2A12 (GE Passport 20) Global 7500 B1.1 & B2 OJT (100% + 25%)

🔧 Learjet 60 (PWC PW305) B1.1 & B2 OJT (100% + 25%)

🔧 Airbus A330 (RR RB211 Trent 700) B1 and B2 100% + 25% OJTs

🔧 Airbus A330 (PW 4000) B1 and B2 100% + 25% OJTs

🔧 Airbus A330 (GE CF6) B1 and B2 100% + 25% OJTs

🔧 Cessna 550/551/560 (PWC JT15D) B1 and B2 100% + 25% OJTs

🔧 Eurocopter EC 135 (PWC PW206) B1.3 and B2 100% + 25% OJTs

We are hiring a new Training Instructor

QAC is currently seeking ambitious Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (LAMEs) who are contemplating a career in an Aircraft Type Training role. Prior experience as an instructor is not a prerequisite, and the right candidates will be provided the necessary instructor training and support.

Does this sound like something that would fit your profile and experience? If so, to learn more about this role or to submit your application, contact us at [email protected]

A Day in the Life of an Aviation Maintenance Instructor: Supporting the Future of Flight

Behind every smooth takeoff and safe landing lies the important work of Aviation maintenance professionals. Among them, Aviation Maintenance Training Instructors play a pivotal role in shaping both our current and future generations of Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Technicians. Let’s delve into a typical day in the life of one of these unsung heroes.

A combination of in-person and virtual theory instruction

Armed with a wealth of knowledge and experience, the instructor normally begins in the classroom to deliver lectures and presentations, sometimes in person but most often, virtually. The theory element of the course can run anywhere from between one to five weeks. Whether it’s covering the fundamentals of aircraft systems, exploring the intricacies of engine maintenance, or diving into advanced avionics, the objective of the theoretical course is to provide the essential knowledge for students before they venture on aircraft for the hands-on phase of the course.

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