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NCAT graduates first MCC participants

THE Flying School of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria, graduated its first Multi Crew Cooperation Course N0. 1 (MCC.1) on 27thAugust, 2018 with four (4) participants.

Three (3) participants were sponsored by Arik Air and one from the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria.

The ceremony which commenced 1: pm had in attendance the Rector/ Chief Executive of the College, Capt. Abdulsalami Mohammed, and the head of Flying School Capt. Mohammed Barau and other top management officials of the College.

In his welcome address, the Head of Flying School Capt. Mohammed Barau, said that the fresh graduates are the brand ambassadors of the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, in the Civil Aviation industry and urged them to know the technological world in real-time and help the present comatose civil aviation industry.

During the ceremony, individual students were recognized for their outstanding overall academic performance study.

In his address to the graduates, the Rector/Chief Executive of the College Capt. Abdulsalami Mohammed said, the Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) course the first of its kind was designed to train single seat pilots in the team skills necessary for the safe operation of complex, multi-crew, jet aircraft.

Speaking further the Rector said, the training focuses on teaching participants  the fundamentals of operating as a crew in the multi-crew airline environment adding that the course offers participants  the opportunity to practice and develop the skills necessary for leadership and support roles in line with the International Civil Aviation Organization ( ICAO)

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