Aviation technicians graduate

Neil Fin congradulating Thapelo Brooks PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE
Neil Fin congradulating Thapelo Brooks PIC: KENNEDY RAMOKONE

About 10 aviation technicians, among them two females, graduated from the Flying Mission school’s aircraft maintenance programme on Friday.

Witnessed by the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Transport Neil Fitt, as well as representatives from the Civil Aviation Authority, the Botswana Defence Force Air Wing and the Police Air Wing, the new graduates were told that opportunities for their craft existed at Air Botswana, the army, the Police, and at many other companies in Botswana which run aircraft businesses.

The aircraft maintenance graduation  was also combined with another graduation for pre-school teachers. The International Director at Flying Mission Saralee Molaodi described the pre-school teaching programme as vital as Botswana was not producing its own qualified pre-school teachers, who play a key role as they are trusted with the early development of children.

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