We completely restored our course AML reacting quickly to market changes. Students choosing Aviotrace Swiss acquire, in addition to basic skills to obtain licensing for aeronautical maintainer, new competitive advantages to emerge in the world of work.
A safety management system in aviation commonly refers to a set of processes and tools to formally manage a structured safety program. Safety management in aviation is not a new, 21st century topic and even before man started flying, there were safety management programs in other industries. Most aviation service providers have processes in place to mitigate risk to an acceptable level. In fact, every operator has a "safety management system" in place; however, when we refer to an aviation safety management system, commonly called SMS, we refer to the formal processes and methodologies to manage safety in accordance with Aviation Regulation. Aviation SMS programs today are based on ICAO standards or recommendations that are developed by the World Aviation Safety Agencies (in Europe EASA) and needs to be known throughout the whole Industry, from Design to Operations. Our course allows the students to be properly trained and ready to be part of the Aviation Market.
EASA has received a number of requests for the type certification of vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) aircraft, which differ from conventional rotorcraft or fixed-wing aircraft. The unique features of a VTOL aircraft that significantly differentiate them from traditional rotorcraft or aeroplanes and therefore necessitate to be treated properly are the fact that:
This means that also on the Maintenance point of view such category have to be treated accordingly to his peculiarity. The Students need to be trained on their flight characteristics, their systems and their novelty in integration.
Moreover, this new category brings normally an all-electric configuration so that the basic knowledge provided through standard part 66 syllabus may not be enough.
The market of commercial aviation is highly competitive, and companies are always looking for ways to improve their productivity level and optimize the working process.
First of all, aircraft maintenance involves complex processes that require a high degree of concentration and precision. A mistake here might cost the company millions of Euro. AR and VR comes in handy to familiarize with such complex tasks without the pressure of dealing with expensive systems.
Moreover, in the future, more and more OEM will start to use this tool to train and keep operators up to date with most recent technologies. This means that the more you get familiar with this tool, the more you are ready for your first job.
We will explain all the difficulties that augmented and virtual reality can help with, give you practical examples of AR and VR tasks to be familiar with the future of Maintenance.
Boys and girls, but also men and women, excited to work in dynamic environments in constant contact with the aircraft and ready to face the challenges of the Aeronautical world.
Knowledge of English, spoken and written.
o qualifications or minimum marks are required.
2400 hours divided into a period in the classroom lasting about one year and a second year to be done in the hangar between planes and helicopters.
The courses are aimed at those who intend to undertake a specialist career in the aeronautical sector as mechanics or avionic technicians even without having previously gained any kind of experience in this field. The course aims to introduce the basic principles both in theoretical and practical terms to people who want to become an aeronautical maintenance operator, not only through the mandatory modules but also by learning additional skills to make them more competitive in the job market. Build your career with us.DISCOVER MORE →
The aeronautics world, despite the difficulties of the period, will continue to play a fundamental role in the world of transport. The development of aeronautics is in fact linked not only to leisure travel but also, for example, to helicopter rescue, firefighting, monitoring of the territory and to guarantee the transport of goods all over the world. For this reason, despite the travel restrictions that we experienced in the early months of 2020, many aircraft operators continued to work, having subsequently the need to maintain their aircraft. In addition, once the tourism sector will recover, the sector's growth expectations are high.
In these years of development, our training organization had the pleasure of being able to send the students on curricular internships to the maintenance companies:
Nayak | Lufthansa | Babcock | Textron | Urbe Aero | Aliserio
Babcock | Swiss Helicopter | Euroavia | Airgreen | Eurotech | SAM Helicopters
To facilitate access to our route training, we studied with Banca Intesa Sanpaolo, the exclusive formula of Facilitated financing "Prestito con Lode", a loan issued by IntesaSanpaolo
Instalment payment in 20 months at interest 0
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Via Rime 1 - Mendrisio (CH)
Our headquarter, where many generations of Aviation Maintenance Operator have grown, always appreciated in the environments where they have operated.
Via Lazzaretto 12 - Gallarate (VA)
The new student-sized venue with spacious classrooms and outdoor areas.
Via Salaria - Roma
At the university headquarters of Sapienza, faculty of Aerospace Engineering, close to Urbe airport. The students will be able to study on the university campus by seeing the planes up close.
Via Rime 1, 6850, Mendrisio (Switzerland)
+41 912 243 766