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Omni Airline Training Academy, based at Clark International Airport, is one of the largest aviation training schools in Philippines. Backed by two reputable investment groups: First Asia (diversified conglomerate with interests in education and real estate development) and Magsaysay (leader in the maritime hospitality and training industry) has helped Omni offer four different training segments: Pilot training, Cabin Crew Training, Airline Services Training and Aircraft Maintenance Training.
Omni Airline Training Academy was organized in the early part of 1993 and was formally incorporated with the intention to lease and develop the premises of the Clark Aero Club, a 32-hectare aerodrome located adjacent to the main runways of the former Clark Air Force Base.
Omni Airline Training Academy offer's 5 aircraft maintenance courses, as follow's:
- Level A - 3 month training in which students can assist in the run-up procedure, inspections and troubleshooting on mechanics or avionics in charge. A Level A trainee maintains cleanliness around the training area.
- Level B - Level A trainees are promoted to Level B after their 3 months of training. A Level B trainee also functions as a Level A trainee but they can engage in Engine Run-up procedures and aids mechanics or avionics on troubleshooting. He/She can also aid in helping the aerodrome or fuel technician.
- Level C - Promoting Level B trainees to Level C requires students to pass an exam and students should have a six months of training. He or she can aid mechanics/avionics or perform aircraft troubleshooting. If allowed, students can do the work of an aerodrome and or the fuel technician. They can be deployed in Subic, Zambales for a week to assist other mechanic/avionic –in-charge. If the MTC requires a junior instructor, Level C trainees are allowed to partake an exam for them to be promoted to a junior instructor.
- Level D - Promoting Level C trainees to Level D requires students to pass an examination and a year of training. He/She can also be deployed in Omni's branch in Subic, Zambales for a week. Aiding the mechanics/avionics during troubleshooting is the students top priority. When turning to Level D, the student will start to have an allowance and can be promoted as a Junior Instructor or regular Mechanic or Avionics if there is an available slot.
- OJT Plus - A 6 month training that integrates Level A and Level B training but with schoolings that includes subjects such as Engine Familiarization, Run–up and Taxi procedures, trouble shooting and soft skills. The student will have a scheduled schoolings as a part of improving their knowledge and skills. After each class, the student will engage in either written or practical examination prepared by the instructor. The package includes a personal protective equipment (PPE) that includes safety vest, earplugs, workers glove, safety goggles, reflectorized cargo pants, steel toe shoes and Philip screw driver.
If you are about to START Aircraft Maintenance Training you will need the below:
- Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) Logbook - https://amzn.to/2wFGCC8
- If you are studying Airframe and Power Plant and are looking for additional study material we recommend checking out this Jeppesen A&P General Kit - https://amzn.to/2wEi2RW
If you are interested to read more about aircraft maintenance training, check out these books which we recommend:
- “Aircraft Maintenance and Repair, Seventh Edition” (https://amzn.to/2jQSwzA) a valuable resource for students of aviation technology
- “Aviation Mechanic Handbook: The Aviation Standard” (https://amzn.to/2IConlz) a core reference for mechanics, aircraft owners and pilots