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Alpha Aviation Group Philippines (AAGP) and AAG International Center for Aviation Training Corporation (AICAT)  train and develop world-class pilots and future leaders for the aviation industry by providing top-of-class training solutions. This is a collective mission aimed to help region. AAGP and AICAT are the first in the Philippines to pioneer a course design which incorporates the full adoption and implementation of the CBTA (Competency Based Training and Assessment) philosophy across all training modules and phases. This innovate “outcomes-focused” training approach aims to develop and nurture among trainees the necessary pilot competencies to be safe, highly-resilient, reliable, critical- thinker and effective cockpit manager when flying an aircraft. This is a departure from the “qualification-based” traditional training approach designed to enable trainees to demonstrate the minimum skill, knowledge and experience levels just to meet the qualification requirements prescribed by civil aviation authorities. The CBTA training framework enables learning and innovation rather than just passing a test. AICAT is also an Aviation Maintenance Training Center approved by the CAAP. AICAT operates in five (5) training hubs for greater operational efficiency and training flexibility. Its flight and maintenance training bases are located in San Fernando, La Union (RPUS), Subic, Zambales (RPLB), Iba, Zambales (RPUI), Laoag (RPLI), and with its admin and training support base in Clark, Pampanga.

The Rapid expansion of AICAT’s trainer fleet led to the establishment of its own Approved Maintenance Orgranization (AMO), delivering in-house line and base maintenance services.

Course Design

AAG Offers the Crew Resources Management (CRM) Course designed to sufficiently prepare every trainee with the necessary knowledge and skills in Crew Resource Management (CRM) in preparation for airline flight operations.

Crew Resource Management (CRM) is a set of training procedures used in environments where human error can have devastating effects. Used primarily for improving aviation safety, CRM focuses on interpersonal communication, leadership, and decision-making in the cockpit of an airliner. AAGP intends to introduce this concept in a simulated environment and allow trainees to integrate and propagate CRM into their own organization. While retaining a command hierarchy, the CRM concept is intended to foster a less authoritarian cockpit culture where co-pilots are encourage to call the attention of captains if observed as making mistakes or errors.

As a countermeasure to errors, Threat and Error Management (TEM) is an overarching safety concept regarding aviation operations and human performance. TEM is not a revolutionary concept, but one that has evolved gradually, as a consequence of the constant drive to improve the margins of safety in aviation operations through the practical integration of Human Factors knowledge and CRM.

TEM was developed as a product of collective aviation industry experience. Such experience fostered the recognition that past studies and, most importantly, operational consideration of human performance in aviation had largely overlooked the most important factor influencing human performance in dynamic work environments: the interaction between people and the operational context (i.e. organizational, regulatory and environmental factors) within which people discharged their operational duties.

Application and Admission

The following application requirements can be initially submitted through email, and must be presented in person:

  • Resume
  • Diploma
  • Passport
  • Three (3) pieces of 2″x2″ ID photos
  • Application Form

*Please note that the minimum age requirement is 18 years old.

Additional Requirements for foreign students applicants are:

  • National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) Clearance
  • Special Study Permit (SSP) from Bureau of Immigration (BI)