NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT

 

SCHOOL OF AVIATION TECHNOLOGY

(NIT-SAT)

1. ABOUT THE SCHOOL

National Institute of Transport established School of Aviation Technology purposely for solving serious shortage of aviation experts in the country specifically Aircraft Engineers, Pilots and well trained Cabin Crew. The School was established with two departments namely; Department of Aeronautical Engineering (DAE) and Department of Flying and Operations Management (DFOM).

 

2. PROGRAM OFFERED

 2.1. DEPARTMENT OF AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING (DAE)

Currently the department offer Bachelor and Diploma programmes in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.

 

2.1.1. Bachelor of Aircrafts Maintenance Engineering (BAME)

Purpose of the Programme

The programme is intended to prepare a skilled person, who will work as Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

Duration of the Program:  Four (4) years

     

2.1.2 Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (DAME) 

Purpose of the Qualification

The programme is intended to prepare a skilled person, who will work as Aircraft Maintenance Technician.

Duration of the Program:  Three (3) years

 

2.2 DEPARTMENT OF FLYING AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT      

Currently, the department offers cabin crew and recurrence course and air transport management programs.

 

2.2.1 CABIN CREW INITIAL COURSE

Purpose of the Qualification

The programme is intended to prepare a skilled person, who will work as flight attendant/Cabin Crew/aircraft safety officer.

Programme Duration:      Three (3) months

 

3.0 FUTURE PROGRAMMES

3.1 LONG PROGRAMMES

  1. Masters Science Air Transport Management
  2. Masters of Science Travel and Tourism
  • Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering
  1. Bachelor of Aerospace Science with Pilot
  2. Bachelor of cabin crew with Aviation Safety and Security
  3. Bachelor of Air Transport Operations and Management
  • Pilot Programmes (PPL, CPL, IR, ME)

3.2       SHORT COURSES

  1. Flight Operations/flight dispatch
  2. Airport Operations
  • Cargo rating and Marketing
  1. Dangerous Goods Regulations