Flight Simulator Engineering Trainee
Canadian Aviation Electronics • April 2019 - present
The internship involves understanding and executing tasks within the Simulator engineering domain such as: Update and test Simulator systems and databases such as Visual and Navigational databases. Perform Preventive and Corrective Maintenance tasks as well as run Qualification tests and analyze the results. Troubleshooting errors and analyzing simulator performance and preparing the simulator for customers.
Base Maintenance Engineer Intern
Emirates Airlines • June 2016 - July 2016
An expansive degree of experience at the Base Maintenance center was accumulated over the course of the Internship by visiting and working with experienced technicians in workshops such as: Cabin Workshop - Aircraft Safety Systems and General Repairs. The importance of different safety regulations imposed upon airlines by both the vendor and Gulf regulatory bodies was learned. Hangars - Operational Planning and Management of fleet for different checks. Composite Structures - Aircraft Tooling used for assembly and Defect Repairs. NDT Workshop - Non destructive testing procedures and methods employed in testing wheels and brakes subject to high wear and tear. Overall an Industrial feel was obtained as to how airline companies function at a professional level.
Bachelor of Science, Aeronautical Engineering • January 2016 - January 2017
The degree involved 10 accredited major courses studied in the Junior and Senior year of Bachelor of science degree in Engineering. A Grade Point Average of 3.5 was obtained translating to a ‘First Class Honors’ based on British standards.
Emirates Avation University
Bachelor of Science, Aeronautical Engineering • January 2013 - January 2017
A broad discipline of engineering science studied along with subjects such as engineering management.