Go Sky-High with a Career in Transport Services
Many people don't realise how many opportunities there are in the field of transport services. A fast-growing and exciting field, there are careers available at almost all levels – entry level with on-the-job training, certificate, diploma and degree. The opportunities for advancement are plentiful and oh, did we mention that this job could really take you places?
The field of transport services is fast-growing and exciting. The plus side of pursuing a career in this field is that there are careers available at almost all levels – entry level with on-the-job training, certificate, diploma and degree – and opportunities for advancement are plentiful. Oh, and did we mention that this job could really take you places?
Do you like technology and fixing thing? Does planning come naturally to you? Do cars, planes, trains, ships and buses fascinate you? Whether it's on land, air or sea, a career in transport services could move you up.
Did you know...? KLM is the world's oldest airline, established in 1919, and Qantas the second-oldest (1920). Also, pilots and co-pilots are required to eat different meals in case of food poisoning. And, the maximum speed of a Boeing 747 is 955 km/h! If flying and excitement is take you to cloud nine and you're not intimidated by the responsibility, why not consider a career as a pilot?
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The aviation sub-field is divided into areas such as aeronautics, pilot training, and aviation mechanics. Aeronautics programmes prepare you for various aviation careers, including pilot and management positions.
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