CTC Aviation based in Southampton, UK, are holding an Airline Pilot Careers Open Day on 25th March 2017 at their Crew Training Centre.
If you are interested in a career as an airline pilot then this event will provide you with information for both yourself and your family in preparation for your journey ahead.
The opportunity will allow you to visit CTC’s Southampton Crew Training Centre facilities, their staff and allow you to gain valuable information to help you on your way.
You need to register for either their morning or afternoon session and have a valid ticket, which is free, for the session you would like to visit.
Morning Presentation Session: 1030 – 1200 (Check in from 1000)
BSc (Hons) Professional Aviation Pilot Practice: 1245 – 1300 (Open to all)
Afternoon Presentation Session: 1330 – 1500 (Check in from 1100)
They will have a number of specialists on hand with experience in the selection process, the training process, finance and also information on their Degree in Professional Aviation Pilot Practice.
You will also have to opportunity to experience their state-0f-the art Boeing and Airbus simulators and talk to current students as well as past students who now work for their partner airlines around the World.
Please note the following:
All those attending must be at least 15 years old. Due to the complex, high tech equipment on their site, we cannot allow young children and infants to attend. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
CTC Aviation Careers Events are open to aspiring pilots and their families only. Unfortunately, they cannot accept registrations from people not considering a career as an airline pilot.
Thank you for your understanding regarding the above points.
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