AME Training Academy was established by Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers with more than 20 years of experience in the Aviation Industry. Due to their vast experience in the industry, they have decided to come together to establish a Training Academy specialised in training school leavers to becoming skilled Licensed Aircraft Engineers.
Our teaching force consists of Pilots, Licensed Engineers, and Professional Trainers with a Degree in relating fields of studies. These professionals are actively involved in aviation to this day. Due to our passion to train Skilled Engineers, we employ these professionals to educate and train our apprentices to maximise the flow of knowledge.
Our apprentices are placed with maintenance organisations that are actively involved in Aircraft Maintenance Activities. As required, by EASA Part 66 Regulation, our apprentices will be trained on LIVE aircrafts under the mentorship of Licensed Aircraft Engineers. Due to our small intakes, we are able to maximise this process, which in the end, benefits our apprentices immensely on the Hangar floor and in Class.
AME has a range of industrial partners collaborating together in the hopes of creating skilled Licensed Aircraft Engineers. Throughout the duration of our programmes, our apprentices will be placed with them to obtain their hands-on skills, thus enabling them to collect valuable work experience, as required by the EASA Part 66 Regulation.
AME programmes are specifically designed to fulfil EASA Part 66 Regulations. Our programmes are the correct pathway to obtaining an EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance License, which opens doors of opportunities for its holders. An EASA Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance License is a global gateway to obtaining job opportunities worldwide.
It is common aviation practice to remain current on recent updates and industrial growth. We are proud to say that AME stands amongst the group of individuals and organisations that truly understand the EASA Part 66 Regulation and constantly stay current on recent updates. Why? Because, like yourself, AME takes your future very seriously!