Why choose AESC?
We are delighted to welcome you to AESC Aviation Training.
We are currently approved by CAAV to conduct CAT A and our approval number would be 00011/AESC-ATO. We have a reputation of conducting training for the past 10 years. Range of training that we provide is for engineering, cabin crew and pilot training https://www.aviationschool.vn/. We provide wide range of courses related to aviation and the airlines industry directly.
AESC is committed in providing training in the internationally recognised standards and we have been continuously doing that since 2012. Our trainees have found job’s within the airlines relatively fast upon completion of the CAT A aircraft maintenance engineering programme and has been able to cope and grow within the aviation industry. Our graduated trainees not only work within Vietnam but around the south east Asia countries and some around the Europe. We have always been committed providing jobs for our qualified trainees as we don’t want to leave them hang to dry upon completing the programme.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineering programme duration takes approximately 12 months to complete and Cabin Crew pilot recurrent training for 1 day.
Aircraft maintenance is an exciting and challenging field that requires you to be more hands on and keeps your hands dirty at all the times. It’s a highly regulated and responsible job which you make the aircraft airworthy. People are safe in the air is not only because of the pilots, but also the man behind the screen which is the aircraft maintenance personnel.
We will train you to be the one!
We provide technical training programme for individuals/organisation for aircraft maintenance engineering. The current programme that we are conducting and offering is Aircraft Maintenance Engineering CAT A programme under the approval of CAAV (Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam) in compliance with the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) standards. Trainees are introduced to the theoretical modules and then practical’s, working on sheet metal, various engines, aircrafts and then sent to live aircraft environment to familiarise with the aircraft working environment. Upon successfully completing the programme, qualified trainees are posted jobs with the airlines or with our very own EASA Part 145 organisation for them to pursue their career. The programme route takes approximately 12 months to complete.
Enrol 800 hours of Theory & Practical Training
Passed all 12 respective CAAV Examination
Sit for Final Assessment
1 years On-Job-Training with CAAV's Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) or Airlines
Submission all documentation to CAAV
Task of an engineer is to ensure the airworthiness of the aircraft is at optimum standards, ensuring the aircraft are fit to fly. This is the study of becoming an esteemed engineer such as that.
It’s a professional certificate, A degree nor a diploma is needed to become a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
CAAV Cat A1: take approximately 12 months to complete.
CAAV syllabuses, under Category A1 program.
Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam, the governing body that monitors and regulates in regards of aviation safety and air regulations.
Category A1 is certified mechanic – Aeroplane with Gas Turbine Engine.
Aeronautical engineering is focused towards the design and manufacture of aircraft and its components whereas aircraft maintenance engineering is more on ensuring the safety and reliability of the aircraft.
Upon completion and passing of all the modules from AESC, added with 1 year of work experience for Cat A1 and (from a 145 Approved organization) documented by work schedules, is submitted with relevant certificates and application form to CAAV for the grant of basic AME License.
Airlines, maintenance, repair and operations (MRO), aircraft and engine manufacturers, aircraft components and parts manufacturers, aviation training companies and etc.
Yes, subject to the employer’s acceptance.
Yes, according to the requirements of the local authority
Familiarization of a specific aircraft type, for example, A350, A320, A380, B777, B737 and etc. that is obtained after having the basic AMEL prior to working.
Theoretical in classrooms, continuous examinations, hands on training in workshops and industry.
All modules carry a minimum passing mark of 75%.
You are barred for sitting that module for 90 days, and required to pay the re-exam fees for next re-sit.
Yes, because sufficient work experience along with high levels of knowledge produces the best results in teaching for this field.
Monday to Friday, from 8.00am till 5.00pm. (Saturday classes may be held to cover teaching hours.)
Not more than 28 students in a batch as per the regulation. 10-15 students maximum in one class.
Yes, practical training is part of the course that involves workshop practices, hands on practical training on simulated and live aircraft.