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Trans Maldivian Airways launches Sheet Metal Apprentice Program for Maldivians

Apprentice program
World’s largest seaplane operator is looking for young, enthusiastic individuals to join their upcoming Sheet Metal Apprentice Program.

World’s largest seaplane operator is looking for young, enthusiastic individuals to join their upcoming Sheet Metal Apprentice Program. The seaplane operator reveals that they are conducting this program as part of their continuing efforts to introduce more local talent into the different areas of aviation. Trans Maldivian Airways states that there is a good demand for sheet metal technicians and they hope to see more locals express interest and join the field in the future.

The apprentice program is a three-month-long, intensive program that will be held in the Trans Maldivian Airways Maintenance Hangar. Selected individuals will get a chance to work in a world-class hangar, attend training, develop their knowledge and skills. In addition to that, selected individuals will also receive a stipend from TMA for the period of the program.

Trans Maldivian Airways further states that at the end of the program, individuals who demonstrate willingness, right attitude and skills will also get the opportunity to join as a full-time member of the Aircraft Maintenance team at the world’s largest seaplane operator.

The program is set to commence in April 2021. And Interested candidates are invited to send their CVs to careers@transmaldivian.com

To assist the development of individuals, TMA provides Thalassaemia affected children and their parents services free of charge. Moreover, TMA ran successful Zuvana Pilot Training and Engineering Training programs for interns as well.

Also read: Celebrating Women Power at Trans Maldivian Airways

TMA served the nation for over 30 years and currently operates more than 150 daily flights, serving more than 80 resorts in the island archipelago. The seaplane operator is regarded as the backbone of tourism infrastructure in the Maldives.

Recently TMA announced plans to start wheel-based operations in the Maldives with the introduction of ATR aircraft to the existing fleet of twin-otters. Furthermore, the world’s largest seaplane operator will induct 4 twin otter aircraft by the 3rd quarter of 2021.

Feature image by Trans Maldivian Airways

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