Born from the creative minds of HAWK Aviation team riders, the institute foundation aims to educate youth across and outside the country to pursue a strategic academic path rather to opt for traditionally designed four years program to become first hand choice for the aviation industry.
HAWK Aviation Services Karachi and Airtech bildung Germany join forces last Sunday to nurture a positive impact on pursuing career as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
The main objective of seminar is to aware youth about professional skill- based AME program for those who are interested to be a part of the Aviation Industry. Hawk is the only institute to have collaboration with Serene Air and ASSL to make students eligible to acquire EASA Aircraft Engineering License (AML) acceptable worldwide.
Visitiors of seminar were provided an opportunity to meet Mr. Stephan Stüwe, CEO- Airtech Bildung GmBH Germany on campus. He said “It was great to see so many people exploring aviation and willing to take advantage of the offered AME program. Whatever their areas of interest I’d highly recommend anyone to come along and see by enrolling to this program what they could achieve with the increasing demand of Maintenance Engineers by the year 2024”.
Chief executive Officer- Engr. Adeel Israr at Hawk Aviation Services added: “We wanted to show people that doing things against the wind is difficult but not impossible. Rightly said by Socrates, the Secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting the old but on building the new. Our initiative for making a skill filled youth rather a theoretical geek is actually not easy but with dedication of our team effort we aim to take aviation education on a higher level in Pakistan and it was great to have Mr. Stephan Stüwe along to help us spread the message!”