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Aviation Australia sets up Saudi training school

written by australianaviation.com.au | September 10, 2014
Qantas will take 14 aviation maintenance trainees from Aviation Australia. (Aviation Australia)
An Aviation Australia training facility in Australia. (Aviation Australia)

Training school Aviation Australia expects to have up to 2,500 students go through its new facility in Saudi Arabia.

The company has set up Aviation Australia Riyadh College of Excellence (AARCOE) at King Khalid International Airport in partnership with the locally-based Shamal Investments. The facility includes a hangar and aircraft maintenance training environment, Aviation Australia said in a statement, with the first courses to start in December 2014.

Aviation Australia said it won a five-year training contract with the Saudi Arabian government’s Colleges of Excellence in April 2014.

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“Over the next five years, 2,500 Saudi Arabian students will receive training at Aviation Australia’s college in Riyadh,” the company said.

Aviation Australia chief executive Bill Horrocks said the college in Riyadh was a long-term investment that would help grow the company’s global presence.

 

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Aviation Australia sets up Saudi training school

written by australianaviation.com.au | September 10, 2014
Qantas will take 14 aviation maintenance trainees from Aviation Australia. (Aviation Australia)
An Aviation Australia training facility in Australia. (Aviation Australia)

Training school Aviation Australia expects to have up to 2,500 students go through its new facility in Saudi Arabia.

The company has set up Aviation Australia Riyadh College of Excellence (AARCOE) at King Khalid International Airport in partnership with the locally-based Shamal Investments. The facility includes a hangar and aircraft maintenance training environment, Aviation Australia said in a statement, with the first courses to start in December 2014.

Aviation Australia said it won a five-year training contract with the Saudi Arabian government’s Colleges of Excellence in April 2014.

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“Over the next five years, 2,500 Saudi Arabian students will receive training at Aviation Australia’s college in Riyadh,” the company said.

Aviation Australia chief executive Bill Horrocks said the college in Riyadh was a long-term investment that would help grow the company’s global presence.

 

Steer your own in-flight experience – available on print and digital Whether our classic glossy magazine in your letterbox, daily news updates in your inbox, peeling back a few layers in the podcast or our monthly current affair reports, you can count on us to keep you up to date. Sign up today for just $99.95 for more exclusive offers here. Subscribe now at australianaviation.com.au.

Aviation Australia sets up Saudi training school Comment

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    Will women be allowed to attend?

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