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1857 Kranti

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Historical TV Serial

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News Report:


Lawmaker urges TESDA, colleges to offer more aviation courses

A lawmaker on Sunday urged the Technical Education and Skills Development Authority (TESDA), colleges, and universities, to offer more courses in aircraft maintenance and operations to encourage more Filipinos to pursue a career in the booming international aviation sector.

Cebu Rep. Gerald Anthony Gullas said schools should offer more courses in Aircraft Maintenance Technology, Aviation Electronics Technology and Air Transportation, among others, in anticipation of a surge of students who might be interested to work in the airline industry.

“These highly specialized courses can assure our future college graduates of high-paying jobs in the thriving commercial aviation sector,” he said in a statement.

At present, TESDA offers at least 14 vocational courses related to aircraft maintenance in partnership with select schools across the country. Completing the comprehensive course on aircraft maintenance technology usually takes two years.

The government also runs the Philippine State College of Aeronautics. It offers aviation courses as well as flight training.

Gullas, vice chairman of the House Committee on Higher and Technical Education, said he foresees “enormous global demand” for commercial airline pilots, cabin crew, aircraft technicians and other aviation-related jobs in the coming years as airlines around the world expand their fleets.

“Our single biggest advantage is that college-educated Filipinos are fairly fluent in English – the international language of aviation, including aviation technology and electronics,” the lawmaker said.  
       
In a report published in 2013, Boeing, one of the world’s largest aircraft manufacturers, said it expects airliners worldwide to hire 498,000 new commercial airline pilots and 556,000 new maintenance technicians to fly and maintain their new airplanes over the next 20 years.

The company expects bulk of the demand for airline personnel to come from the Asia Pacific region where 192,300 new pilots are expected to be hired between 2013 to 2032. — Xianne Arcangel/JDS, GMA News





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