NEWS AND EVENT
TAI and King Mongkut University of Technology North Bangkok in new Aircraft Maintenance Training, EASA courses
It is with great pleasure to announce that the Thai Aerospace Industries and King Mongkut University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB) has link on MoU for EASA Aircraft maintenance courses Part-66. This collaboration will ensure KMUTNB's pool of highly skill aircraft maintenance personal are appropriately trained to the highest standards. This training courses will allow students to EASA standard.
TAI and Phranakorn Si Ayutthaya Rajaphat University in Partnership Cooperation on Non-Degree and Graduated Programme in Aviation
Thai Aerospace Industries company (TAI) and Phranakhon Si Ayutthaya Rajaphat University (ARU) concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the launch of an ARU degree and non-degree in Aviation Programme today. This landmark MOU outlines TAI' collaboration with an international established institute to develop premier aviation training and to offer the curriculum in Aircraft Engineering for such a need. Students who enroll in this program will greatly benefit from the rich academic strength of the program being offered by both institutions, this program special cooperative with Global MRO Alliance.
Thai Aerospace Industries JV Dviation Group Add Part-147 Technical Training Organization
Thai Aerospace Industries (TAI) JV Dviation Training Service to partnership have enter a joint venture Add EASA Part-147 Technical Training capability to its range of services. EASA Part-147, allowing TAI to deliver technical training courses Part-66 Basic training and Part-147 type training courses, conduct examination, as well as issue completion certificates to qualifying trainees.
The launching Part147 capability cover Airbus 318/319/320/321/330 with all types of engines and B737 NG (CFM56 engine), including Theory and Practical training courses, AW139 Type courses and others. TAI with the provision of recruitment, consultancy and FTM/CAMO services.The joint venture between TAI and DTS (EASA.HR.147.0002) will initially focus on bringing EASA standard training program and develop instructors to the Thailand market as well as market expansion in Southeast Asia.
Thai Aerospace Industries Recognized as 2019 Pratt & Whitney Chanel Partner of the Year
Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC) develop strong long-term partnership with key business in Thailand market Co-Develop maintenance Repair Overhaul (MRO) engine service centre by Thai Aerospace Industries Co., Ltd, who leading MRO provide comprehensive products, services engines for the PT6A, PT6B, PT6C, PC6T and PW100 families. TAI as its prime contractor for support and maintenance engine in a frame a Performance-Based contract (PBC), P&WC agree to provide support to Thai Aerospace Industries (TAI) to perform organisational and intermediate level (respectably "O" and "I" level) maintenance activities and associate support on the engines operated by the Government of Thailand. The details of such support shall be discussed between Pratt & Whitney Canada and Thai Aerospace Industries with included depot level ("D" Level) Pay Per Hour (PpH) Maintenance Repair Overhaul (MRO), Integrated Logistic Support (ILS) and Project Management Office (PMO) with in-country technical and engineering support as when required to ensure engines fleet available as per Government of Thailand performance indicator.
Thai Aerospace Industries warm welcome Police Aviation Division offer 0n-location avionic training system AW189
Thai Aerospace Industries company (TAI) services offer on-location maintenance and avionic training for the Leonardo AW189 model helicopter to pilots and engineer from Police Aviation Division, Royal Thai Police.
The AW189 avionic course cover all applicable ATA chapters addressing rotary aircraft system theory, operation, inspection and services. Using and interactive teaching methodology, student will learn the details of operational diagram, and the avionic system. The training also included fault isolation, troubleshooting, and the use of applicable test equipment.
Thai Aerospace Industries and Aviation Institute of RUMTTO in Partnership Cooperation on Programme in Aviation
Thai Aerospace Industries company (TAI) and Aviation Institute of Ragamanjala University of Technology Tawak-Ok concluded a Memorandum of Agreement
for the launch of an degree, non-degree, and short courses in aviation, Pilot programme (FAA). This landmark agreement outlines TAI' collaboration with an international established institute to develop premier aviation training and to offer the curriculum in Aircraft Engineering for such a need. Students who enroll in this program will greatly benefit from the rich academic strength of the program being offered by both institutions, this program special cooperative to expand and develop Bang Phra Airport where located within the university.
The Institute's expansion would included more than 30,000 square meter build for a technician training facility, workshop, academic building, and maintenance services center as well as EASA examination expansion.
Thai Aerospace Industries (TAI) signs MoU with Thai-Austrian Technical College (TATC)
On June 18, 2020 Thai Aerospace Industries company by Chris Atswalongkorn Ph.D., CEO signs a MoU of cooperation with Thai-Austrian Technical College led by Mr.Narong Paewpolsong, Secretary General of Office of Vocation Education Commission, Mr.Simon Geoffrey Shale, CEO of Senior Aerospace (Thailand), Dr.Apichart Thongyoo Chair person of EEC-HDC, served as a withness to the signing of the MoU and discussed on the development vocation education manpower to the aviation industrial market in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) at the Thai-Austrian Technical College, Chonburi Province.
The MOU signifies our jointforce effort to fulfill the Skillfuture demands driven of the aerospace industry in the EEC for aircraft maintenance as EASA standard program. With our strong commitment to the cause, our collaboration with the Ministry of Education and the Thai-Austrian Technical College has resulted in a fully developed course titled “Become Aircraft Maintenance - EASA Part-147”.
EEC-HDC grant short course program to Thai Aerospace Industries and Aviation Industrial Partnership
A meeting of Sub Committee on EEC-Model Human Resource Development with Dr. Apichart Thongyoo serving as the chairperson of EEC-HDC. The meeting reviewed the demand-driven HRD plan and the partnerships between the Eastern Economic Corridor Office of Thailand (EECO) and other agencies concerning HRD. Details of the discussion are as follows:
Human Resource Development Center of EEC grant short course program to
Thai Aerospace Industries (TAI) and aviation industrial partnerships to up-skill and re-skill technical models to develop aviation manpower served aviation market in EEC.