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Emirates Engineering Apprenticeship Programme for Expatriates

Emirates will commence the Emirates Engineering Apprenticeship programme for Expatriates from September 2007.

This unique programme is designed to develop trained aircraft mechanics to service our growing fleet. With a projected growth in the fleet to over 200 aircraft within the next five years, it is essential to position highly-skilled mechanics to work on these aircraft, performing the regular checks and services required.

This two-year Apprenticeship programme will include classroom sessions and a year of extensive on-the-job training within Emirates Engineering.

At the end of this apprenticeship programme, successful students will be absorbed into Emirates as Junior Aircraft Mechanics. This programme aims to train graduates to a General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA)/European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) 'A' licence standard.

The programme is specifically designed for students who are mechanically-minded and passionate about the aviation industry.
To fulfil the minimum selection criterion, candidates should have completed at least 10 years of schooling with good grades in maths and physics. They must have the legal right to live in the U.A.E (preferably on residence visa, sponsored by their parents). The first batch of the apprenticeship programme will comprise 24 expatriate students, for which the selection process will commence at the end of July 2007.

For more information about the programme, visit the Emirates Group Careers Website under advertisement reference: JAM/JG/7609 (www.emiratesgroupcareers.com). Those interested in recommending their family or friends are requested to visit the website and have their referrals apply online on or before 15th July 2007.


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