Nepal | October 23, 2020

Short term diploma courses on Air Cabin Crew and Airport Ground Handling

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Faculty members of the Northern Light Academy of Aviation and Technology Institute pose for a group portrait in its premises at New Baneshwor, Kathmandu, on Sunday, October 15, 2017. Courtesy: Rakesh Sanjel

KATHMANDU: The Northern Light Academy of Aviation and Technology Institute, in affiliation with the City and Guilds of London is offering short term diploma courses on Air Cabin Crew and Airport Ground Handling, in Kathmandu.

Issuing a press statement, the institute said the courses offered by them is unique and first in Nepal.

In association with the AST AR Service Training UK, the institute is also providing EASA Part 66 Modular Training to its students, it said in the statement.

Students with minimum qualification of School Leaving Certificate (SLC) can enroll into the programmees, Rakesh Sanjel, MD of the Institute said.

The courses are of six months duration and students can pay tuition fees in four installment during their period of study.

Currently, the faculty members comprises of senior and retired Nepal Airlines pilot and staffs certified by the City and Guilds with Train the Trainers certification, MD Sanjel said in the statement.

Keeping in mind about the language proficiency of the students, the institute, has arranged special ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) and Workplace Skills training to the students to hone their skills.

After the completion of the courses, students would get one month internship at the Tribhuvan International Airport, as stated in the statement.




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