Indian Aviation Industry is to grow at the rate of 25% in next two years. Keeping in view this expectation, there cannot be any better time than today to enter in this field. Several institutes have started courses of Aviation Management. Diploma course can be for a duration from six months to two years.
Kingfisher Training Academy has started Six-month course in Aviation Management and one-year intensive course in Aviation and Hospitality Management. All the centers of this Academy are fully equipped with Air bus 320 mock-up, beautiful dining suit and grooming lab. Fees of Six-month course is Rs.1 lakh and Rs.1.25 lakhs for remaining courses.
Air Hostess Academy offers one-year Diploma in Aviation and Hospitality Management course and two-year Global Aviation and Hospitality course. This course costs Rs.1,18,000/-. The course syllabus includes training for cabin crew, aviation terminology, emergency handling and handling emergency situations like bomb threat. More emphasis is given on personality development so as to bring competence in communication skills and business etiquette.
Looking to faster expansion of this industry, there is no difficulty in getting a good job here for a talented candidate. Students can opt for job as cabin crew in domestic and international airline; they can also join the force of ground staff at airports.
Renowened airlines like Virgin Atlantic, American Airlines, Spicejet, Indigo and others have queued up for recruitment of candidates. You can also select your career as Front Office Executive and Guest Relation Executive at top hotels of the country. This course also equips you with the skills of BPO. Thus, there are extra-ordinary opportunities for job. After boom in the aviation industry, this is the most glamorous option for career.
10+2 pass, good communication skill.
Rs.1 to 2 lakhs
Kingfisher Academy, Franklin, Mapples, Airhostess Training Academy.
International passenger traffic is likely to grow at the rate of 10% annually. So far as Asia-pacific region is concerned, actual growth is far more than anticipated 6% growth and therefore, there would be great demand for competent and trained candidates.