AASSC draws plan to certify 5.20 lakh trainees in aerospace in 10 years

Bengaluru: The newly constituted Aerospace and Aviation Sector Skill Council (AASSC) has drawn up a plan to certify about 5,20,000 trainees and groom 6,000 trainers over a 10 year period in the aerospace sector.

“We have signed the term sheet with NSDC (National Skill Development Corporation) covering project objectives, segments, target training trades and broad execution plan,” T Suvarna Raju, Chairman and Managing Director of HAL, also the Chairman of AASSC, said.
The AASSC Board Meeting was held here yesterday. According to Raju, about 30 courses will be introduced in the first three years to ensure greater relevance of skills in the aerospace sector battling for talent in various disciplines.
01/07/15 PTI/Economic Times

1 thought on “AASSC draws plan to certify 5.20 lakh trainees in aerospace in 10 years

  1. The civil aviation ministry should take initiative at national for skill development in various fields of aviation industry. In core areas, licensed or unlicensed personals, the gestation period is about 5 years before they can be productively utilised.
    Mere acquiring license/certificate/qualification is not sufficient for employment. All core areas require skill development in addition to licence/certificate for safety reasons which is vital in aviation whether in air or on ground.
    Government should consider integrating the assests & training programme 25 or so existing flying schools which were earlier part of DGCA Subsidy scheme. Build up on these existing centres by augmenting infrastructure & standard training programme.
    THE IGRUA & GONDIA CENTRES ARE NOT CAPABLE OF MEETING THE PROJECTED DEMAND OF SKILLED PERSONS. Start now with the assets already available with Centre & Sate governments.

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