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Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby The Handsome Boy » Thu Jan 27, 2011 4:51 pm

hye all....
wanna ask your opinion about this college...( Aviation Management College)

one of my friend live in Bangi and he show me this college that provide diploma study for aviation subjects such as aviation management and flight operations....
is this college ok??? is it good??
it looks very small as it just situated at shoplots...
what do u think....
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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby drebarbas » Thu Jan 27, 2011 5:27 pm

Don't waste your time and money ...... IT'S A CON JOB ....... :=\:


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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby The Handsome Boy » Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:01 pm

drebarbas wrote:Don't waste your time and money ...... IT'S A CON JOB ....... :=\:


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is their diploma has a quality??
emm,,what do u mean "it's a con job"???
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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby mosumo » Thu Jan 27, 2011 7:23 pm

well The Handsome Boy.
could you justify what you are really up to?

aircraft maintenance?
aviation management?

frankly think,,,what do you really want to do ( i mean a career) for your good living? ask yourself. what is your interest. then we know where you are heading..
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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby drebarbas » Thu Jan 27, 2011 8:04 pm

As asked by mosumo, what would you like to do actually? ........ :o.o:

Qualification in "Aviation Management" is absolutely has no value in aviation industry ........ :neutral:

"AVIATION" itself is a big name and certainly has a 'commercial' value ....... therefore, conman takes advantage in this situation by setting up and selling modules to newcomers/school leavers by linking the modules to aviation industry. However, none of the airlines that I know of (at least in M'sia) really interested in this qualification. Otherwise, IPTA will certainly run this module themself ........

Those who do not know anything will certainly fall into this trap and end up hanging your scroll up on the wall ...... ::D:

Like any other money making organisation, MBA/Accountancy/Marketing (just to name a few) are highly sought qualifications by airlines.... ;)

Hope you get a better picture now ....... :)


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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby The Handsome Boy » Thu Jan 27, 2011 10:18 pm

well,, mr drebarbas and mr mosumo,,i'm just want to know about this college...no more than that...huhuhu...

emm...how about the students in that college??
that's mean they dont have a bright future in the aviation career after graduated?? :))
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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby torx » Thu Jan 27, 2011 11:28 pm

The Handsome Boy,
Contact the establishment and find out with the 'diploma in aviation management' in hand, what would the job be?
Off hand I could not think of any...
Real planes have propellers!
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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby The Handsome Boy » Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:08 am

if i'm not mistaken in their web they stated the student testimony....
some of them have a job after graduated....
well,,not so bad i think... :cool:
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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby torx » Fri Jan 28, 2011 8:27 am

I have been to the website and checked the accreditation lists. Not impressed. Where are the aviation recognitions?
You may be right about 'some' of the students getting a job or something as their client list are just companies like UMW Holdings, DBKL, Jusco, Government , GLCs etc.. I did not see any aviation or aviation related organizations...
At the end of the day, you decide lah what you want to do with your life/future. You have been cautioned.

The Handsome Boy wrote:if i'm not mistaken in their web they stated the student testimony....
some of them have a job after graduated....
well,,not so bad i think... :cool:
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Re: Aviation Management College in Bangi,Selangor

Postby m732 » Fri Jan 28, 2011 10:11 am

You don't need any special qualification to be a Flight Operations Officer or so on, a basic diploma/degree would do. Since airlines got their own in-house courses to train their staff in accordance with the operation style. Besides if there is a need for such courses like Aviation Management and so on, its normally meant for people who are already working in the aviation field to further enhance their knowledge.

This is not really a course for people who are fresh out of school. As mentioned by others, the AVIATION field itself is infinite. You could be a cleaner of an aircraft, its still categorized as working in the aviation field ;)

So lookout at the jobs available in this field first, then check out the job requirements before deciding.
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