To become a Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is both physically and mentally demanding occupation which not only requires great knowledge about complex aircraft systems but also hands on skills to achieve it. The exams and training involved requires immense hard work to get through. Thanks to my instructors in Atlantic Aviation Group Training Academy who taught me both theoretical and practical aspects involved in the industry in a fascinating manner. The professional education from this rigorous training prepares one as a workforce to International standards. It was a pleasure working with qualified engineers from many countries who were happy to teach and work with me in a live aircraft environment. My 62+ weeks on the programme with these great team members shaped me to gain adequate hand skills, have an in-depth knowledge of various systems of aircraft and increase my pace of work in a safe and orderly manner. One good thing I noticed about Ireland especially along the west coast is that people here are very friendly that I have been enjoying my stay for the last couple of years. This is a great destination which has a long history in aviation and also if one likes exploring nature, then this is a don’t miss on your list.
Dharani Rajan Raghupathy
BSc. in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Student, Atlantic Aviation Group Training Academy