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What Sets us Apart

We deliver a service that guarantees measurable results and a positive impact on our students

Open/Information days 

Our information sessions take place every Friday at 12h00. This allows our prospective learners and their families the opportunity to view our training facilities and to provide clarity on any queries you may have. No booking for attendance is required as these information sessions are free of charge. If you are located in another part of our beautiful country and are not able to attend one of our information sessions, please feel free to contact us should you require any additional information as we would appreciate the opportunity of forwarding our training information guide to you. Information days will take place every Friday. These sessions do not take place when a Friday falls on a Public Holiday or over the festive season.EPT Aviation Training Learner Database. Our extensive database includes records of all our Learners and the various courses which they have attended. Profiles and Qualifications will also be captured. Our database can easily be accessed by airlines, companies and recruitment agencies looking to recruit learners who are interested in a career in the aviation industry. Our learners will only be placed on our database with their permission. 

CV compilation and CV Photographs

Compiling a CV is often a gruelling task.  Spelling mistakes and incorrect formatting often lead to potential employers discarding the CV even before an interview has been granted.  Compiling a professional CV is therefore of utmost importance.  We take pride in compiling an electronic CV for each learner with professional photographs.  Our appointed photographer spends time with each learner to ensure expertly presented, eye-catching photographs. An extra fee will be charged for all courses except the cabin crew member licensing course.

Multi Languages


The South African Civil Aviation Authority requires "Proficiency in the English Language". The SACAA therefore requires that learners must have a D symbol (50 -59%) for English 1st Language and a C symbol (60 – 69%) for English as a 1st Additional Language on their Matric or NQF Level 4 Certificates prior to applying for the SACAA Cabin Crew Members .  Failure to meet these requirements will result in further training in English Proficiency to ensure compliance with the SACAA regulations.  For learners who have not received the required qualification in English, we are proud to be able to offer English Proficiency Training and SACAA accredited English Proficiency Assessments 

Other Languages

We have the required resources to present training in Dutch and Portuguese. No need to struggle with language!

Socially Responsible

We mentor, coach and provide bursaries to learners from Children’s Homes with whom we have an agreement in place. We are committed towards charity organisations and embark on annual Christmas and Easter Drives.


Please contact us for more information!