Aircraft Maintenance Technology (New Course)
Aircraft Maintenance Technology is a 2-year technician program within the DBTC campus, plus a 3-month Supervised In-Plant Training (SIPT) in reputable companies and industrial workplaces. Students are taught to have mastery over reciprocating machines and familiarity in jet engine operations. They are also developed to become craftsmen in metal sheet fabrication, highly-qualified welders (SMAW, TIG, and MIG), and adept operators of hydraulic and pneumatic systems. The program fosters love for craftsmanship, commitment to quality, and passion for safety. In the end graduates of this program are specialized technicians in both Airframe and Powerplant, and are qualified to continue towards a Bachelor’s Degree in Aeronautical Engineering and in related fields.
The school has reputable industry partners where the students spend their “supervised in plant training” (SIPT) and serve as venues for job placements (locally and globally). Furthermore, the school ensures a solid network of companies where the students can find work immediately after graduation and through the course of their professional careers.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1) What are the courses offered in AMT?
Airframe and Powerplant are combined in this program, which prepare students to service fuselage and airplane engines. The subjects offered will also be extended to enable AMT graduates to pursue a Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering.
(In the near future, Avionics will be added to the program).
2) What are the advantages of enrolling in AMT?
Graduates eager to get immediate work may apply in aviation-related industries. About six months after, your employer could endorse your application for a CAAP Rating - a certification which qualifies you for higher job positions both locally and internationally. You may also decide to continue studies towards a Bachelor’s degree.
3) What are the payment schemes available for the course?
For school year 2019-2020, please contact the Admission Office:
Trunk Line: +63(2) 531-8081 to 83 Local 1188
4) Are there scholarships available for the course?
Unfortunately, scholarships are not yet available as classes that begin in January will be the inaugural batch. The school has worked hard to subsidize fees and make the AMT course more affordable than other courses. The school will be working closely with sponsors and benefactors for future scholarship grants.
736 General Kalentong St., Brgy. Pag-asa Mandaluyong City1550 Metro Manila Philippines
Direct Line: +63(2) 533-2005
Trunk Line: +63(2) 531-8081
Admission: Local 1188
Secretary: Local 1070/1250/1730