Qatar Aeronautical Academy announced yesterday the completion of the first batch of its students for their studies at the Singapore Aviation Academy, which includes 9 scholars.
The academy had dispatched these students after completing the study of ground aviation, in order to gain various experiences from external accredited bodies.
The students were dispatched under the supervision of an academic supervisor to study the second stage on the simulator at the Singapore Academy, where all of them were able to successfully complete their six-month studies.
During this stage, the students received all the trainings within the dates scheduled for them. It is worth noting that the Qatar Aeronautical Academy purchased the simulator to be installed in the second quarter of this year, in order to conduct training locally.
The participation of students in the Singapore course comes within the policy of the academy, which works to provide the latest programs and courses for training in aviation specializations, especially commercial aviation.
The academy has introduced to the Aviation Training Department the “MPL” system, meaning “Multi-Crew Pilot License”, which is directed internationally and is accredited for training in the latest airplanes for international airline pilots on “Airbus A320”, which is a two-year training courses divided into four stages and working to shorten flying hours in the traditional system and increasing the efficiency of the trainee.
Scholars in Singapore have taken all of the aforementioned courses.