Technology, Aviation, Engineering & SciencesAviation
The proposal of the third runway establishment at the Hong Kong International Airport will boost the demand for aviation training in the near future. It is estimated that the aviation industry will employ around 140,000 people more in the next 20 years. A range of aviation programmes are offered covering various topics including Private Pilot Licence (Australian Government CASA syllabus), aircraft maintenance (HKAR-66 Category A), flight attendant services, aviation operations and management. All the programmes are taught by the industry experts with relevant professional certification. Besides, students could enjoy practical training with industry-graded equipment including flight simulator and cabin mock-up.
Hong Kong is an international aviation hub, the demand of travelling in both commercial and business aviation is very high. With the new terminal and the third runway project undergoing in the Hong Kong International Airport, as well as the opening of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, the scale and demand of aviation service of Hong Kong International Airport would further expand. The demand of business aviation is emergent and is particularly high in some Asian cities/countries such as China, Macau, and Singapore. Private jet travel wll become more popular in the new era of growth.
Module 1 : HK$4,400 (payable upon application for Module 1)
Module 2 : HK$13,800 (payable upon start of Module 2)
Module 3 : HK$1,900 (payable upon start of Module 3)
Module 4 : HK$2,700 (payable upon start of Module 4)
The demand of luxury hospitality services is emergent and is particularly high in Hong Kong and/or some Asian cities/countries such as China, Macau, and Singapore. The concept of “butler service” is extremely important to the luxury hospitality service providers since it is essential for luxury sectors to provide personalized services to their premium guests and achieve excellency in professional service standards.