Air Transport Training College (ATTC) was originally established in 1999 as the Professional Development Centre of the Singapore Institute of Aerospace Engineers (SIAE). As of 19 Jun 2020, ATTC was formally acquired by Vaayu Group Pte Ltd.
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Within the Singapore Airworthiness Requirement (SAR) framework regulated by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), ATTC is a SAR Part 147 Approved Maintenance Training Organisation (CAAS Approval No: MTO/002), i.e. ATTC is approved to offer training programmes that meet SAR-66 basic knowledge and initial skills requirements in Aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul organisations (MRO). ATTC has also obtained the Republic of Maldives MCAR-147 approval to provide Part-66 basic knowledge and aviation skills training including the conduct of MCAR-66 basic knowledge examinations.
ATTC is registered in 1999 with The Accounting and Corporate Regulatory Authority (ACRA) with registration number 199901790-H.
ATTC is concurrently a Singapore Workforce Development Agency (WDA) Approved Training Organisation (ATO), having been awarded ATO No.00161 since 2 August 2007. Since 1st September 2007, ATTC has been appointed by WDA as a CET Centre (Continuing Education & Training Centre) for the Aerospace industry. On the 1st January 2013, Air Transport Training College is conferred the status of a National CET Institute by the Singapore Workforce Development Agency.
ATTC is also registered as a Private Education Institution (PEI) under the Enhanced Registration Framework (ERF) provisions and regulations of the Singapore Private Education Act 2009 from 06 August 2010 to 05 August 2014 with the Council for Private Education (CPE).
The college is ISO9001:2008 quality certified by the BSI (British Standard Institute) and achieved another quality milestone being fully EduTrust certified by the CPE from 28 December 2011 to 27 December 2015, awarded the EduTrust certificate no: EDU-2-2031.
In March 2009, ATTC is bestowed with the Frost & Sullivan’s Asia Pacific Aerospace & Defense 2009 Aerospace Technical Training Institution of the Year Award.
The College operates the integrated Seletar Aerospace Training Complex: This main campus is located at the Seletar Aerospace Park. Apart from a fully operational hangar, with access to the runway at the Seletar Airport, and workshops offering skills-based training in mechanical, avionics, electrical, engine and advanced composite repair techniques within the aerospace framework, the Training Complex also houses a Cessna 172 Skyhawk and a fully operational Learjet 25B to enhance the maintenance experience offered at the hangar.