Advanced Diploma Programs in United Arab Emirates

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An advanced diploma is a deed from a university acknowledging that a student has successfully finished a specific course of study. The length of time it takes to earn this advanced diploma varies depending on the requirements of the program.

The United Arab Emirates is a federation of seven emirates on the eastern side of the Arabian peninsula, at the entrance to the Persian Gulf. Much of the work force in the UAE are foreign expatriates - hence the country's population makeup being so diverse, with Emirati citizens being a minority in their own country.

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Aircraft Maintenance Engineers b1.1 -car66 (Advanced Diploma)

Emirates Aviation University
Campus Full time 30 months September 2019 United Arab Emirates Dubai

Not all aircraft maintenance engineers have to be licensed, but the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority requires all engineering and maintenance work carried out on aircraft to be done under the supervision of a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME). This programme provides you with the Basic B1.1 license. [+]

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers b1.1 -car66 (Advanced Diploma)

Not all aircraft maintenance engineers have to be licensed, but the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority requires all engineering and maintenance work carried out on aircraft to be done under the supervision of a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME). This programme provides you with the Basic B1.1 license.

To become fully licensed by the GCAA, you will need a further two years of experience after the successful completion of the basic syllabus. Without the B1/B2 basic license, students would normally require five years of experience before being eligible for a license.

Why enrol in this programme?

Based on the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), in the next 20 years, airlines will have to add 25,000 new aircraft to the current 17,000 strong commercial fleet. By 2026, the industry will need 480,000 new technicians to maintain these aircrafts. Clearly, the international market has a huge shortage of LAME engineers.... [-]