Aircraft Records Technician Level 7 Special Purpose Award is a new and innovative course providing opportunity for experienced aviation technical personnel to enter the aircraft leasing industry as Aircraft Records Technician. This programme translates aviation experience into a practical real world skill required during aircraft lease transition phase and is particularly suited to aircraft maintenance personnel.
Don Salmon, CAE Parc Aviation Client Services Manager said, “Within this heavily regulated industry, the need to standardise the practice of record gathering is the platform for the development of this course curriculum. The requirement to develop common standards to meet aircraft leasing industry customer expectations is the driving factor that resulted in CAE Parc Aviation developing this course of study with the goal of achieving excellence in record review process standards.”
Seamus Hoyne, Head of Flexible Learning at LIT said, “This Level 7 Special Purpose Award is validated by LIT, having been developed by CAE Parc Aviation, and is delivered by Atlantic AirVenture in Shannon, It addresses a skills gap in the burgeoning Irish aircraft financing industry, which financed aircraft to the value of €20 billion last year”.
Registration is open for course commencing Feb 23rd 2017
Applicants should contact the Department of Flexible Learning at LIT:
Register with LIT
Course Dates: Thursday 23rd February 2017
10 weeks, 3 hrs weekly
Student Fee: €1,100
This programme has secured funding under the Aviation and Aerospace Skillnet. Eligible companies can secure a 20% contribution towards course fees. You or your employer should contact Linda Barron
Project Manager, 061 423 622, Linda Barron firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm that you are eligible for support.
Location: Atlantic AirVenture Aviation Centre
Entry Requirements: Individuals with an aircraft maintenance qualification, at level 6 or above, aviation degree or with relevant experience in the aircraft maintenance industry. Contact us with any questions about the course or entry requirements.
Aircraft Records Technician is a Level 7 Special Purpose Award with 10 ECT awarded on successful completion of the programme. Students are required to submit one assignment weekly for each topic covered. This course requires 200 hours of student effort overall. Hours are allocated to each topic, in this case 20 hrs of effort per topic, including attending the tutorial, self directed study time and assignment completion time.
If you have any questions, please contact us at 061 363687.
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