About Us: Our History
APR-Aviation Training Centre (APR-ATC) is a private, 100% Bumiputera-owned company which has been operating in the aviation industry since 1997.
Our mission is to offer the highest standards in aircraft maintenance training and specialised aviation courses for the air transport industry. The aviation courses are catered to mature students as well as those fresh out of high school, aviation professionals and established organisations who yearn to excel in the aviation and aerospace discipline.
The courses offered have garnered a certain level of recognition from the aviation industry, namely from companies such as AirAsia, Airbus Helicopters, GE Engine Services (M), Hevilift, Jet Aviation Singapore, Malindo Air, Layang-Layang Aerospace, Weststar Aviation, Sabah Air, ST Engineering Aerospace (Singapore) and many more as part of the training development program for organisations.
APR-ATC awards an in-house Certificate of Accomplishment to students who have successfully completed the selected training programs. This certificate has been given due recognition by the Malaysian aviation industry as an entry qualification for aviation employment with airlines, aircraft maintenance and overhaul centres, aircraft manufacturing companies and aviation ground handling organisations.
To-date, APR-ATC has trained more than 5,000 students from over 80 organisations and has established itself as one of the most esteemed training institutions in the country. We also have the best track record in producing Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Technicians in the country.
APR-ATC has since collaborated with organisations such as Yayasan Terengganu, Pusat Pembangunan Kemahiran Sarawak (PPKS), FELDA, Selangor Human Resource Development Centre (SHRDC), Yayasan Peneraju Pendidikan Bumiputera (YPPB) and with the Unit Transformasi Masyarakat India Malaysia (MITRA) to train Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and Technicians from various different backgrounds in an effort to empower underprivileged Malaysians and provide them with an opportunity to work in the aviation industry.