Providers of the preparatory academic year for all specialties in the Saudi Academy of Civil Aviation (SACA). It also sets the organizational plans, carries out and follows up all training programs, and receives new students. Moreover, the center trains and qualifies students both linguistically and technically.
Aspiring to have an active role in achieving international standards in the Academy by providing high quality training courses that are competitive both regionally and internationally
Preparing competent and qualified staff in an academic and educational environment that meets and surpasses international standards.
BASIC TRAINING COURSES
One Year English Course Language
COURSE NAME: English
DATE & DURATION: One Year
LOCATION: SAUDI ACADEMY OF CIVIL AVIATION.
COURSE OBJECTIVE: By the end of this one-year five level intensive program, students will have studied to Upper Intermediate level (B2). They will be able to write for a range of purposes, and speak confidentially in a wide range of situations. Their reading and listening comprehension skills will also have been well-developed due to the wide variety of authentic text recordings featuring many different accents.
Foundation Courses for AOS
COURSE NAME: Foundation Courses for AOS
DATE & DURATION: 25 Days / 150 Hrs.
COURSE OBJECTIVE: By the end of this course, students should be able to:
Foundation Courses for MAS
COURSE NAME: Foundation Courses for MAS
Foundation Courses for ATC
COURSE NAME: Foundation Courses for ATC
Foundation Courses for FRS
COURSE NAME: Foundation Courses for FRS
Foundation Courses for Aviation Security
COURSE NAME: Foundation Courses for AVI.SEC
COURSE NAME: Flight Statistics
COURSE OBJECTIVE: To provide a basis for a clear statistical understanding of the principles of traffic and capacity statistics (passengers, freight and mail) carried by both international and domestic scheduled airlines as well as non-scheduled operators. Furthermore, providing a basic statistical perceptive for processing financial data for scheduled airlines. By the end of this course, students should be able to: