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Old 24th Dec 2006, 11:26   #1 (permalink)
 
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Sri Lankan Cadet program

Gday dudes

Just wondering what the cadet programs like.
What kind of training do you undergo?
Which endorsements do you get in the end (A320?) ?
Where is the training undertaken?
How many pilots do they usually take in during every intake?
How long does each batch take to graduate?

any help will be much appreciated
thanks and merry xmas newagebird
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Old 27th Dec 2006, 17:53   #2 (permalink)
 
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When??

Newagebird,

From what i've heard, the theory training is undertaken in Sri Lanka and simulator training in Singapore. The number of pilots taken in each intake varies. There has not been a set number recently. On average it takes about 9 -12 months to complete the training. As for the other questions, I'm not so sure. Hope this info was helpful.

But at the moment, I think the most important question is when Sri Lankan is going to advertise for cadets again???

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Old 4th Jan 2007, 05:23   #3 (permalink)
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Srilankan cadet programme

Do you know when they are advertising for cadet pilots in 2007 ? and what qualifications do I need to apply ?
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Srilankan Airlines - CADET PILOTS

Job Title:
Cadet Pilots

Job Description
SriLankan - the international airline of Sri Lanka flies to 50 destinations in 28 countries. Srilankan Airlines now soars to greater heights by way of expansion, development and progress - invites applications for the position of cadet pilots.

Requirements•Applicants should have the following minimum qualifications certified by the Commissioner of Examinations, Sri Lanka.
  • Six passes in the GCE Ordinary Level Examination in one sitting with four Credit Passes including English, Mathematics, Physics or Science. In Addition, 2 Passes in the GCE Advanced Level Examination excluding general English is required.

    OR
  • A Bachelor's Degree from a recognized university certified by the University Grants Commission, Sri Lanka.
•Applications should be citizens of Sri Lanka and the upper age limit should be 35 years as at 21st of February 2007.

•Applicants are required to be in possession of a Current Sri Lankan Commercial Pilots' License with Instrument Rating and Multi-Engine Rating. These documents should be in your possession by the 22nd of March 2007. Please note that the above are mandatory requirements.

Click here to download the Application Form for the Post of Cadet Pilots.
Other InformationAt any point in this process, failure to meet company standards will mean the applicant will not progress further in the recruitment and selection process.

Exposure to information technology and fluency in English communication are essential requirements. Candidates with good interpersonal skills with the ability to operate in teams will be at a distinct advantage.

Successful candidates will initially be recruited on a fixed term contract, which would be regarded as a training period. Only those who are successful at the end of the training period will be appointed to the permanent cadre and bonded for a period of 5 years. A training agreement will be in place to cover the period of training.

A scheme will be in place to recover part of the cost of training from the candidates who qualify as Junior First Officers.

This would be an ideal opportunity for those who are interested in developing a career with a world class organization. If you think you've got what it takes to be a part of our team, we are waiting to hear from you.

The remuneration plan is competitive and the rewards system is based on performance. A comprehensive life insurance scheme and an attractive health care programme is part of the package.

Applications completed according to the format made available above, should be forwarded to Recruitment Manager, Human Resources Division, SriLankan Airlines Ltd., Katunayake, Sri Lanka, to reach us before the 21st of February 2007.

Fax 0197335246

Influencing will not have any bearing on the selection process which is merit based.
Email us about this job now: careers@srilankan.aero
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Old 16th Jan 2007, 02:42   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks.

THank you for the information. :-)
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Old 17th Jan 2007, 05:54   #6 (permalink)
 
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This time

All the prospective Cadet applicants,
Dont waste your time. If you read the add this time carefully , cadets were given plenty of time to apply, thats entirley for their Own couple of guys to come and convert the license and aplly. So this time too its been fixed,,,, so might as well look for other avenues,,,
I met a Senior Capt in a Far Eastern Airport and he told me that the Airline is lining up to take Three Highly infuential Cadets who are still in Overseas finishing their IR,, so whats the point ..... Good Luck for the rest of the guys as well Forget about Srilankannnnn....
Last week again they have applied for ATPL holders for Junior First officers, so They will superseed the cadets this time,,,,,
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