This is a Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) approved course to thoroughly prepare students for a career in aviation. The course is designed to qualify students with no aviation background to become licensed Aircraft Dispatchers.
Aircraft Specific training is designed to provide dispatchers with the core knowledge of aircraft limitations, systems, and performance; as well as normal and abnormal procedures to be able to dispatch the aircraft safely.
NEXUS Academy offers various English courses for professionals as well as students seeking to advance their aviation careers in an English-speaking environment. The courses offered include Basic and Advanced English for Aviation Professionals, Aviation English for Dispatchers, and Aviation Communications for Airport Services.
"This program meets and exceeds the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 147 curriculum and meets all requirements for the number of hours of instruction and for the level and type of competency expected of the students in general, airframe, and powerplant subject areas. Graduation of our program results in achieving an Associate in Applied Science in Aircraft Maintenance Technology degree. The Associate in Applied Science degree includes additional courses in the areas of English, Math, Reading, Communications, Humanities, and Physics.
This is a 30 month program and begins with 6 months of pre-college program courses consisting of basic, intermediate, and advanced English focusing on aviation technical English. It includes introduction to the specialty and hand tools and equipment utilized in aircraft maintenance, including their understanding and proper usage, terminology, and care."
This course provides you with the skills, techniques strategies to deliver effective training programs.
You will learn how to develop lesson plans, understand how to conduct training in adult learning environments and create classroom activities.
Company Basic Indoctrination Course is designed in accordance with GACAR 121.879 training requirements. It is tailored to include the Air Carriers' approved training and operations manual policies and procedures to ensure new hires have a thorough understanding of the Operator's Corporate Culture.
The NEXUS Academy DGR Category 6 course ensures that shippers, airline, operators and ground handling staff know how to read and apply the regulations for the transport of dangerous goods by air. To ensure the safe transportation of these goods. These regulations include general philosophy, limitations, general requirements for shippers, classification, list of dangerous goods, packing instructions, legal requirements, operational restrictions, marking, labeling, acceptance procedures, storage and loading procedures, pilot's notification, recognition of undeclared DG, provisions for passengers and crew, documentation and emergency procedures.
NEXUS Academy offers flight training at various locations around the world. Our flight training programs include the Private Pilot License (PPL), Commercial Pilot License (CPL), Instrument Rating (IR), and Certified Flight Instructor (CFI and Certified Flight Instruments Instructor (CFII), Multi-engine Instructor (MEI). Contact us to learn more about how you can become a pilot.
China program details and duration: 2 month Pre-Departure Training in China, 12 months Training for PPL, IR, CPL, 6-8 months training for CFI, CFII, MEI, Options for a job in the U.S. for those who qualify for 12 months.