NIGERIAN
COLLEGE OF
AVIATION
TECHNOLOGY
ZARIA

Training.

Flying Sch.

Air Traffic Service & Comm. Sch.

Aeronautical Telecomm Eng. Sch.

Aircraft Maintenance Eng. Sch.

Management Sch.

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2009 Training Calender
 
The focus of the College is training and human resource development for the Civil Aviation Industry in Nigeria. Training
activities reached its peak in the 80ís and 90ís. This was as a result of the provision of more training facilities like the
F28 Simulator, fleet of trainer aircraft, a bigger hanger, classrooms and hence an increase in the number of
instructional personnel, professionals and students. At inception, the College started with about four standard courses
in piloting, air traffic services, aircraft maintenance engineering and aeronautical telecommunications engineering.
Presently, it runs over 65 standard and abridged courses. 
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The first set of graduates from the College in 1968 was 22 in number. They included 3 Pilots, 6 Aeronautical Telecommunication Engineers and 13 Air Traffic Controllers. By the year ending 1992, the College had graduated a total number of 328 students and by 1999, there were 4,747 graduates. Presently, the College has produced well over 6,500 graduates in various fields of aviation.

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