India's 5th largest Airline Go First (Formerly Go Air), will give 300 hours of Actual Maintenance Working Environment Training to WIIA's AME - Aeroplane Turbine (B1.1) and Avionics (B2) category students.
The aim is to contribute to the best workforce in the aviation industry. We provide other skill development courses in the Aviation field with the latest technology and systems. WIIA offers various courses like Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, Cabin Crew, ground staff,Aviation Hospitality and Travel Management, which brings enthusiasm and allows you to explore the world. Today in India, due to the emergence of many airports and airlines under the UDAN Scheme of Government of India, the job options for youth are expanding day by day. A boom in the Aviation and Hospitality Industry has also witnessed a massive demand for a skilled workforce. This industry helps them enhance leadership skills and social interactions with other people. Good communication skills and a pleasant personality are the key requirements in the aviation hospitality and service industry that we make students learn and prepare for the corporate world.
AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineering) AME course approved by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India. It is an international license-based course related to the aircraft maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting of the difficulties faced in the aircraft.
Aviation, Hospitality & Travel Management is the most glamorous and interesting field in the aviation sector. It has an excellent scope in advancing the career of an individual
Cabin Crew is also known as Stewards / Stewardess / Air Hostesses / Flight Attendants. Their work in the airlines is to provide the comfort and safety of passengers in both national and International flights. Cabin Crew are trained to deal with a wide variety of emergencies, and are trained in first aid. Emergency training includes rejected take-offs, emergency landings, cardiac and in-flight medical situations, smoke in the cabin, fires, depressurization, on-board births and deaths, dangerous goods and spills in the cabin, emergency evacuations, hijackings, and water landings.