Contract training is a critical element for many companies and sectors of government that help to keep their employees up-to-date on the latest technologies. From its beginnings, Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology has been involved in the development and delivery of specialized training to both international and domestic companies and government organizations that have a need to train individuals in various aviation disciplines.
Prior to and during World War II, Spartan trained pilots of the United States Army Air Corps and the Royal Air Force of Great Britain. Spartan’s aviation school has also developed and implemented specialized fixed-wing and helicopter pilot courses for the Ministry of Interior, Saudi Arabia. We have also provided airline transport training for pilots of Yemeni Airlines, Alyemda Airlines, the United States Air Force, Kuwait Airways, and Royal Nepal Airways.
The aviation maintenance training program has developed and delivered specialized aviation maintenance training for such diverse customers as:
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology maintains industry-current equipment to offer excellent hands-on training. For our technical aviation maintenance and airplane electronics training, Spartan has over 19 aircraft. For flight training, Spartan has 2 flight simulators including a RedBird full-motion simulator and maintains a fleet of approximately 40 aircraft including Cessna 152s, 172s, 172 RGs for advanced complex training and Piper Seminoles for multi-engine training.
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Let Spartan customize an aviation contract training program specifically for the needs of your employees. Some of the specialized training we developed have been for:
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The US and international governments rely on contract training for the continuing education of their service personnel. Many Federal, State, and Local Defense, Law Enforcement, Transportation, Commerce, and Justice Departments and Agencies, require specialized training in the following:
In addition to the list above, international contract training may also require coursework in the areas of English language training for aviation and personal computer skills for aviation. All of which can be arranged at Spartan.
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Public and private corporations and companies rely on contract training, both in the U.S. and abroad, for their employees to keep them up-to-date on the latest developments in the aviation industry.
With the ever-changing technologies in the aviation and related fields, companies cannot afford to be left behind. Making contract training a priority for the education of your employees can play an important role in your company’s continued success. Here is a breakdown of some of the specialized training we offer.
International companies may also need coursework in the areas of English language training for aviation and personal computer skills for aviation. All of which can be arranged at Spartan.
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Contract training is an investment in a company’s greatest asset, their employees. Request a proposal for contract training today!
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology is proud of our relationship with partnering schools around the globe.
For more information on becoming a partnering school with Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technolgy, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Spartan is a proud Sponsor and participant in Tulsa Public Schools, Partners in Education program. Spartan's sponsor's Lindbergh Elementary. Partners In Education links students with resources that help provide knowledge and skills needed for future success. The program connects students and teachers with corporate, education, volunteer, government and civic leaders. These partnerships help educators improve the academic and personal growth of all students.
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In early 2010, the Professional Pilot Program of Spartan College began at Kunsan National University in Gunsan, South Korea. The partnership with Kunjan National University was established to provide professional pilot training access to students in Asia. Aviation Maintenance, Avionics, Quality Control and Nondestructive Testing Programs are available in the USA campus but are planned to begin at Gunsa very soon.
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The aviation and aerospace industries are experiencing tremendous growth and technological advancements. At Spartan we are committed to providing industry current training that meets the needs of this growing industry.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) states “Student pilots are important to general aviation and the aviation industry as a whole and predicts that over one billion passengers will fly domestic aircraft by 2015.” The US Department of Labor projects that “Employment of aircraft pilots, aircraft and avionics equipment mechanics and service technicians is expected to increase about as fast as the average of 9 to 17 percent for all occupations through the year 2014.”
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The Federal Aviation Administration calls for one billion passengers to be flown in the year 2023! Complete forecast located at www.faa.gov.