FL Technics Training to teach a new generation of aircraft mechanics starting January 2015FL Technics Training, a global provider of aviation technical training services, is delighted to announce the start of a new basic technical training course which is planned to be launched in January 2015. The new course is aimed at training various aviation enthusiasts to perform comprehensive aircraft maintenance in accordance with EASA requirements. 

“Due to historical circumstances, aviation hasn’t been the most popular profession in the majority of Eastern and Central European countries over the past two decades. The same goes for many emerging markets where the 1990-2000s youth had been preferring management, economics, business and other related studies. As a result, today local aviation industries feel the lack of not only qualified personnel, but also those who will replace the current generation of aircraft engineers, mechanics, NDT-specialists, etc. For that reason we have recently launched a technical training program specially for aviation enthusiasts from around the world, and the first group of students will start their training already in January 2015”, comments Kestutis Volungevicius, Head of FL Technics Training. 

Kestutis Volungevicius_Head of FL Technics Training

The 36-month long training will cover all the basic courses required to gain the qualification of an aircraft mechanic. The program includes such modules as Mathematics, Physics, Electrical and Electronic fundamentals, Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems, Materials and Hardware, Maintenance Practices, Aerodynamics, Human Factors, Aviation Legislation, Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems, Gas Turbine Engine and Propeller. The entire program is conducted at FL Technics Training’s study centres in Vilnius and Kaunas (Lithuanian) and in strict accordance with the requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

Upon the successful completion of the training, all students will be provided with an opportunity to join the international team of FL Technics and work at one of the company’s aircraft maintenance centres in Lithuania, as well as throughout its Line Maintenance network across Europe, the CIS and Asia-Pacific. 

“As a licensed aircraft mechanic, one will most likely be able to earn significantly above the average salary rate in many emerging markets. But most importantly, we hope that such aviation training programs will offer young people a wider range of studies thus assisting them in finding their true dream job”, shares Kestutis Volungevicius, Head of FL Technics Training. 

For more information about basic aircraft mechanic training program and the upcoming January 2015 training course, please visit: http://dream-job.fltechnicstraining.com 

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