Joramco Academy has officially started registration for its next class of students. The aircraft maintenance training academy is operated by MRO company Joramco.
The four-year training programme officially commences in September, and is designed to “prepare individuals for a rewarding career in aircraft maintenance”, Joramco said.
Joramco Academy is open to any eligible candidate over the age of 18 who has passed any section of the Tawjihi exam. Students who are admitted to the academy enter a four-year programme that includes two years of theoretical study and two years of practical experience in aircraft maintenance, conducted on site at Joramco’s facilities at Queen Alia International Airport.
Those who successfully complete their studies at Joramco Academy are given employment priority with the company upon graduation.
Joramco Academy recently signed an agreement with Jordanian microfinance company Tamweelcom to finance Jordanian students’ tuition and fees at the internationally recognised vocational academy.
“In response to the continued growth of the aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul industry, we are eager to provide students of all ages with training that will qualify them to join the labour market in this vital sector,” said Joramco Academy’s head Samer Khurma. “As the largest independent MRO in the region, we at Joramco are particularly well-equipped to offer our experience and expertise to the next generation of aircraft maintenance engineers, and we are eager to pass down these insights to our students at the academy.”