Throughout the day there will be useful seminars, all designed to give attendees an insight into what their future could look like.
11.00 – 11.25
How you can prepare for your assessments and what are the requirements.
12.00 – 12.25
The RAF Careers department will be presenting on what you can expect from a career as a military pilot, giving information on the lifestyle, its global operations, the nature of the flying and the requirements for application.
13.00 – 13.25
Air Traffic Control are joined by NATS who will present on a career in Air Traffic Control, explaining more about this challenging and rewarding aviation career.
14.00 – 14.25
Pilot Careers Live will be hosting a training panel which will welcome experts on the two routes to answer pre-selected questions which will inform you on the differences and benefits of the Integrated and Modular routes to the right-hand seat.
15.00 – 15.25
Jet2.com will be sharing advice for new pilots looking to break into the airline industry.
Who should attend?
Pilot Careers Live welcomes anyone who’s interested in a career in aviation and aerospace, from aero engineering and flight deck positions to maintenance, airport operations, management, air traffic control or flight ops.
They also welcome anyone with an ambition to be an airline or military pilot, or anyone interested in commercial helicopter flying operations.
If you’re a school or college leaver, this event offers an excellent opportunity to gather reference materials and speak with the experts about options within the sector.
You don’t need to be an aviation expert to attend as this event as it’s designed to equip you with comprehensive knowledge about every career opportunity and training process, to ensure that you get the best possible independent, professional advice.
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