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Old 31-05-2012, 11:43 PM
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What i mean is that i do not want to fix sear or carry seat if becoming engineer or tech because i expect working real engineer job rather than carrying seats from some info that i have.
In this industry, you cannot choose job ok...Even if you need to clean the seats or remove any waste tank sensors, you have to do it...Engineers and technicians make no difference.Of course, engineers perform functional tests and carry out inspections as required so most of the time,technicians need to be independent and work without supervision.
What do you mean by real engineer job???

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Old 01-06-2012, 07:28 AM
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I applied for SIAEC, went for interview once follow by medical check up.

Last week i was called up for a pyschometric exercise where they say is the final test.

And result of whether will you be accepted will be out soon. Till now also no news yet, guess im out
Anyone got call-up by SIAEC yet after the last round of assessment?

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Old 01-06-2012, 09:48 AM
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You think I so free come here and bullshit like you... Better wake up your idea, my LAEs drive VW, Audi,BMW and Merc.... Which car park did u go? Changi V?
I agree with previous poster, as I can only find a handful of luxury cars in SIAEC carpark. If your LAE is really driving such 200k cars, then they are just show off as I dont think their base salary reaches 200k.
To find luxury cars, go to republic plaza carpark in raffles place. Most bankers earn at least 200k there.

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Anyone got call-up by SIAEC yet after the last round of assessment?
They said this week right, today is the last day.
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Old 01-06-2012, 12:33 PM
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They said this week right, today is the last day.
You guys apply for the june intake?
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In this industry, you cannot choose job ok...Even if you need to clean the seats or remove any waste tank sensors, you have to do it...Engineers and technicians make no difference.Of course, engineers perform functional tests and carry out inspections as required so most of the time,technicians need to be independent and work without supervision.
What do you mean by real engineer job???
No i just wanted to clarify so i know whats the reality and what tasks i am given.Thats all.Maybe because i have just ORD so i wanted to know how similar is when working in the airline and in the army considering the work ethnics and the people there.
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All aviation companies usually cover their staff with full medical coverage; class A ward.. btw the weather radar does not operate with weight on wheels, hence u will not get radiated, unless u offend someone and the guy points it at u.
For toxic fumes, personal protective equipments are also provided, proper training are also given to educate all staff to be careful. If you find it dangerous, just walk away.
Why do u want to discourage people from joining as an apprentice? Are you afraid that they will compete with you and eat up your share of the cake?
Weather radar operates ...

1)During taxiing into arrival bay, engine thrust push up to taxi aircraft into arrival bay, weather radar is auto 'ON' baby.
2)Mins before pre-dep pilot will switch 'ON' the weather radar and test it and leave it on baby.
3)As one drive/travel from bay to bay in line maint, any idea how many aircraft departing and arriving taxiing into bay? (read point 1 and 2)
4)So many aircraft taking off and landing round the clock at changi airport, weather radar not 'ON' ??
5)Not to mention every now and then reports of weather radar failure/defect which required ground test.
6)And lastly weather radar is omni direction and very very very strong, thats why enable pilot to track the weather in a area way miles ahead of the planes flight path to avoid it if necessary. IT CERTAINLY DOSEN'T WORK POINT AND SHOOT LIKE UR LASER POINTER ... HAHAHAHAHAHAH baby ...

So base on the above few points, base on what u made the statement weather radar do not operates with weight on wheels ...... HAHAHAHA ?????? sorry really can't help laughing ..

Ur technical knowledge is QUESTIONABLE, thus ur comment on us being frank with warning to the newbies which think it is always sunny bright as an LAE to reconsider is to prevent them from snatching our rice bowl is also QUESTIONABLE.

Guys pls set ur own gauge on this person ... cheers
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All aviation companies usually cover their staff with full medical coverage; class A ward.. btw the weather radar does not operate with weight on wheels, hence u will not get radiated, unless u offend someone and the guy points it at u.
For toxic fumes, personal protective equipments are also provided, proper training are also given to educate all staff to be careful. If you find it dangerous, just walk away.
Why do u want to discourage people from joining as an apprentice? Are you afraid that they will compete with you and eat up your share of the cake?
If really have to land myself in hospital, whats the use of having a fully paid class A ward?? Fully protective gear ?? Proper equipment?? Proper training, quote you just an example, during engine change, when u drop an engine, one have to disconnect electrical connectors from the engine strut, the is 'NO', i repeat 'NO' step or equipment for one to access it safely, one have to be a spider man to climb up the engine, there are many more other situations by the way.

Are you sure u have work on the ground before?? Or are you an admin staff or AO?? U really don't seem to know whats really happening, no offence buddy .
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All aviation companies usually cover their staff with full medical coverage; class A ward.. btw the weather radar does not operate with weight on wheels, hence u will not get radiated, unless u offend someone and the guy points it at u.
For toxic fumes, personal protective equipments are also provided, proper training are also given to educate all staff to be careful. If you find it dangerous, just walk away.
Why do u want to discourage people from joining as an apprentice? Are you afraid that they will compete with you and eat up your share of the cake?

For your info, the emergency light at each door and smoke detector in lavatory do gives out radiation... not only weather radar.
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Old 04-06-2012, 06:02 PM
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just some question. does ST aero and SIAEC intake for TLAE over. if its over when is the next intake? if i take on technician and be LAE later, will it be a longer path compare to those who go for TLAE straight away? thanks.
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