Lincoln University College flying high with new partnership

Lincoln University College flying high

Lincoln University College (LUC) has recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with internationally renowned UK based company Resource Group Aviation Technical training (LRTT Ltd) in support of its Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance with an EASA Part66 examinations service.
Lincoln University College, Petaling Jaya was established in 2002 as Lincoln College (LC) and was upgraded in 2011. Lincoln University College is one of the premier private institutions of higher education approved by the Ministry of Higher Education and Malaysian Qualifying Agency (MQA, National Accreditation Board). The University College is situated in the cosmopolitan town of Petaling Jaya Near Kelana Jaya LRT Station, which is 10 kilometers west of the capital city, Kuala Lumpur.
Picture: MoU signing between Lincoln University College and Resource Group’s Aviation Technical Training division.
Front now L to R: Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik, Vice Chancellor and CEO of LUC and Mr. Ian Fitzpatrick, Managing Director of Resource Group Aviation Technical Training.
Back row L to R: Datuk Ir. Ismail Hassan, Dean Faculty of Engineering, Datuk Dr Hajjah Bibi Florina Abdullah, Pro-Chancellor and Mr. Keith Stansfield, Business Development Director.
Prof. Dr. Amiya Bhaumik was quoted in saying, “We are very excited about our new partnership with Resource Group and see their experience in the aviation field as a real benefit.”
Mr Ian Fitzpatrick was quoted in saying, “This is a great opportunity for Resource Group to have a presence in Kuala Lumpur with an established provider of higher education. We are very proud to be associated with LUC in support of their Diploma programs with the EASA Part66 examinations.”
Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance
The 3 year Diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Technology program primarily focuses on the aspects of aircraft maintenance and repair.
The diploma is based on 38 individual modules, including topics such as math’s, physics and aerodynamics that will help the students to prepare for a career in the aviation industry in areas such as avionics, structural and mechanical.
Following successful completion of the program students can also choose to pursue higher studies with the assistance from our experienced academic team.
EASA approved examinations
The Aircraft Maintenance Engineering program at Lincoln University College incorporates in its syllabus the internationally recognised European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Part 66 B1 and B2 syllabus which will prepare students for the EASA Part 66 examinations.
Students can study for the Diploma as well as for the EASA exams using the same course syllabus. Using Resource Groups comprehensive training material, students will have the opportunity to prepare and sit the EASA Part66 examinations at the approved Malaysian examination centre.
For details, you can visit www.lincoln.edu.my/EASA
About Resource Group
Resource Groups Aviation Technical Training Division, LRTT LTD, is described by the UK CAA as ‘setting the industry standard’. ATT is a UK CAA administered, EASA Part 147 approved, industry embedded training company of over 13 years of impeccable standing.
ATT holds EASA basic training approvals for licence categories A1, A3, B1.1, B1.3 and B2 covering both fixed and rotary wing. ATT’s Part 147 Approval Number is UK.147.0046.

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