Aviation English Academy signs joint international agreement


(L to R) – Dr Chen (IMDO Tet), Mark Dixon & Lyn Gray (Fly Oz), Graham Green (Aviation English Academy) after the signing of their international agreement

(Cowra) November 8, 2016

A full inclusive flight training program for international students is now possible by the recent signing of a joint memorandum by local based flying school Fly Oz together with the Canberra based Aviation English Academy and leading Chinese educational provider IMDO Tet.

“This strategic partnership will allow students from China to undertake commercial flight training in the Cowra region while also studying towards their required ICAO Aviation English” reports Fly Oz Director Lyn Gray.

“This will be a huge boost to the region due to the students that will be studying and living in Cowra”, Gray added.

Director of Aviation English Academy, Graham Green, noted “the addition of our specialised ICAO Aviation English programs together with the quality commercial flight training programs offered by Fly Oz brings a whole new dimension to the international market. We can now offer a full “one-stop” shop for all aviation students”.

IMDO Tet is a Beijing based educational consultancy service that works with the university and corporate sector in China. Already having agreements in place at several Australian universities, this partnership agreement will cater for Chinese students to come to Cowra and study towards a rewarding career in the international Aviation sector.

Students will undergo intensive flight training operations towards their commercial license while also studying towards their industry required ICAO Aviation English. This will allow them to quickly move ahead into an exciting career.

“The Cowra region is perfect for commercial flight training as the ideal weather, clean living and proximity to major centres, and other airports all add up to provide a great experience and location”, Gray explained. “I am confident that this agreement will benefit all in Cowra”.

The first students are expected to arrive early next year and this time frame coincides with the additional development work that has been underway at Cowra airport.

Media link: Cowra Guardian Link

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