Department of Aviation
CINEC Campus is a Part 147 maintenance training organization approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (CAASL). CINEC is the only training organization to offer practical training on a Pressurised Lear Jet Aircraft to fulfil the licence Category B1.1 requirement stipulated by CAASL. In addition to that, trainees at CINEC get the opportunity to exclusively experience training on the following workshops gas turbine engine, composite repair, aircraft structural repair, NDT and hydraulic Simulator Training.
Our objective is to provide training to students to meet industry requirements enabling them to secure Jobs in the Global arena.
CINEC ventured into Aviation studies in 2014 by introducing the license category B1.1 AME course. CINEC emerged as the only training organization to offer 2 years of maintenance experience (OJT) upon completion of the AME course. We are proud to state that we are the only partners with Air Seychelles and Air Works, one of the largest MROs in India. Our students are able to gain experience to achieve the experience requirement to get their license to work as an engineer within the shortest possible time.
We are also closely working with international universities to offer our students graduate level programs for those aspiring to continue their higher studies in the field of aviation. The work of all who contributed to the success of the department is fondly appreciated. It is the objective of CINEC to maintain Department of Aviation at the forefront as the leading Part 147 training school in Sri Lanka.
The Aircraft Maintenance Training (AME) programme conducted by CINEC is based on “EASA” (European Aviation Safety Agency) course syllabus. This course is fully approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Sri Lanka (CAASL), leading towards an Aircraft Maintenance (Engineers) License, CAASL stipulates 4 years of relevant training and experience followed by passing the AML examination conducted by CAASL. However, if you follow the 2-year AME course at CINEC, then you have to only show and additional 2 years On -The-Job-Training (OJT) work experience with an approved Airline / Aircraft operator. Following that you would be able to gain employment with an airline and complete your “type training” on an aircraft (e.g. Airbus A320) to become a fully qualified “Type Rated” Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.