PALAK KASHIVParticipant@palakJuly 2, 2021 at 8:58 pm #32940
Yes, women can make a career in the aviation industry there is a lot of women scope for women in this industry but very few women choose to make a career in this industry obviously girls restrictions for the family they want their girl to the outside of the home, the aviation industry is all about making and developing a different kind of aircraft handling the ground level management, pilots and cabin crew, after 12th girls can go in this can do pilot training courses, and cabin crew their many private instates and also government institute where girls can easily apply and can make their dream career. We all know aviation is an ever-growing industry there is always opening in India new airports in many cities going to open, so girls can become pilots or can manage the ground level of airports. But women really need to work on their language skills and personality development because it is needed for this industry, they should know how to communicate and manage everything. if women choose this career, they can earn a good amount and consistent promotion opportunities, in this industry take leaves can be challenging for women because there a working pressure, it always a complaint we hear from people who are in the aviation industry they do not get leave easily they have to apply for leave week before. Women can do jobs of the aeronautical engineer, airport managers, pilots, co-pilot, transportation security screeners, air traffic controllers,s, etc. if women wish they can really go in this aviation career and can grow.Yash TiwariParticipant@yashJuly 5, 2021 at 11:50 am #32962
Aviation is a field that’s never short of challenges. As an aviation and aerospace technician, you’ll be involved in every stage of a product’s development from planning and designing to production and maintenance. Opportunities for women in aviation exist at all levels of education and employment. Consider working on the commercial aviation side, as a pilot or flight attendant. The aviation industry offers plenty of opportunities for women. You can work in many different areas. You can travel the world and work in exciting locations, sometimes even doing jobs that are critical to the success of the company or industry you’re working for.
There has been an increase in the number of women entering the aviation industry over the last decade or so. Many companies are realizing that there is untapped potential for them in attracting more women to aviation and aerospace careers and they are now working fairly hard to do so. Of course, there is still room for improvement, but the good news is that there is a major effort underway right now to promote female involvement in this well-paying and exciting field, and there are plenty of excellent career options out in Aviation.
Let’s take a look at some of the topmost carrier opportunities in this field:
Certified Aircraft Dispatcher: The flight dispatcher career offers a unique opportunity for women to participate in and influence aviation. Although there is a great deal of variety among the duties of a flight dispatcher, the role touches on nearly every aspect of aviation. As a career, the flight dispatcher offers opportunities to travel, learn about aircraft systems, suggest solutions to problems, coordinate activities with multiple people and departments, and interact with pilots and other employees.
Air Traffic Controller: Air traffic controllers are highly trained professionals that oversee their passengers and cargo, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The job entails giving clear verbal or visual instructions to pilots over the radio concerning air traffic patterns and other issues concerning flight safety while ensuring all federally required procedures are adhered to.
Aircraft Mechanic: Aircraft mechanics have one of the longest training periods of all blue-collar workers. The average aircraft mechanic graduates from a specialized high school take an apprenticeship and undergo an intensive period of on-the-job training in the district repair facility. Trainee mechanics work under a master mechanic and go to night school to learn theory and FAA regulations.
As with any career, aerospace has its pros and cons. People go into aerospace for a variety of reasons – to travel the world, make lots of money, help humanity by flying airplanes – and the industry has jobs to fit many different desires. Many people who work in aviation are in love with the idea of flight, but it’s also a place where you get to do math every day. And everyone agrees that it’s cool.DISHA SAPKALEParticipant@42dishaJuly 5, 2021 at 9:57 pm #32968
There are many career options for women in aviation and aerospace sector and it is not necessary that in this sector you have the only option to choose career in pilot instead there are many options girls and women can choice according to their interest.
Let us see, career options in aviation and aerospace sector as following:
1.Flight Instructor: To be an Flight Instructor you need to do diploma course in Flight Instructor, after completing 12th in PCM and you should have professional pilot license or CPL. There are some skills you should must have like verbal and written communication skills, good interpersonal skills, Enjoy teaching, good listener, etc.
2.Aircraft Maintenance Engineer: Generally AMI is responsible of aircraft maintenance and repairing the parts of aircraft they see to that the Flight should be 100% safe. Qualifications required to become AME, after completing 12th in PCM you need to do AME Courses which is of 3 years. Skills that you should have like observation skills, problem solving skills, interpersonal skills, knowledge of core subjects, etc.
3.Airlines Human Resource: Many women are interested in HR jobs so this will great option for them in aviation industry. To be an airlines HR you need to do graduation in Human Resource and skills requires to be Airlines HR like Excellent communication skills, leadership skills, management skills, multi tasking.
4.Air Traffic Controller: ATC is responsible for all the control of aircraft like they guide the pilots while takingoff and landing. One should have master’s degree in electronics. They should have skills like basic computer knowledge, decision making, responsible, multi tasking, etc.
5.Air Hostess: Many Girls and women are interested to be an air hostess and it has great job opportunities. One should have graduation in hotel management or Tourism management and you should must have skills like good communication skills, responsible, working for long hours, interpersonal skills, problem solving, teamwork, etc.
These were the career options for women in aviation and aerospace sector, which will definitely help women to choose their career option.
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