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17-01-2019 06:27 PM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Anybody knows how is the bond like??
Dont bother joining. You spend 4 years for SIA as a trainee and then you will get a pay of 3.3k after 4 years. For the first 4 years,your pay will be 2.5k.

As for ST aero,it will be 6-8 years if I'm not mistaken. But theres alot of OT for ST LAE engineers. The set back is the long training years and you might not passout as a LAE engineer if you fail the interview with the QA. The waiting time for the next interview might be long and thus affecting your pay.

My suggestion if you are a diploma grad,go to a private sector company / mnc aerospace company. You might get sponsorship till masters. On top of that, you can progress quite fast even if you started of as a technician.
09-01-2019 11:14 PM
Unregistered4 Anybody gotten an email for interview from SIAEC LAE yet? Heard that they will be sending out emails to shortlisted candidates in January. Just wondering whether anybody gotten the email already.
23-12-2018 04:02 AM
Unregistered Anybody knows how is the bond like??
08-11-2018 08:34 PM
Unregistered ^ Hi is this for SIAEC? Anyway have anyone gotten a call for the first interview for ST AERO TLAE Programme?
05-11-2018 03:49 PM
Unregistered Anyone received any update for medical or 2nd interview? I didnt received any calls or email after the first interview.
11-10-2018 03:00 PM
Unregistered Trainee allowance little, get licensed already also not much... have to put in the hours... after end bond, annual should hit or exceed 80k with decent OT... with about 15 years exp minimum 120k per annual. For a standard diploma LAE.
20-09-2018 03:08 AM
Unregistered Could a LAE earn more than a mechanical engineer within the normal working hours? excluding the fact that they are truly an engineer after the 44 weeks of 2.5k.
17-09-2018 12:09 PM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
How much does a degree trainee LAE earn during the 44 months training, and how much after they are certified LAE?
Trainee unproductive. Don't expect much. Definitely lower than market rate. After u can sign aircraft. Its a different story. Can a normal. Mechanical engineer earn more than LAE? Doubt so...
17-09-2018 12:05 PM
Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
Hi, is there any current LAEs in this forum? Just would like to ask how is the workload so far during training and afterwards?
LAE is hard work. Being trainee is hard studying. Fail caas exam twice.. Likely kick out of scheme.
Training period is hard work too.. Since u are suppose to learn how to fix aircraft. Get licence is stressful job. Cos u are signing off CRS for aircraft to fly (Line maint).. Then of cos the $ is there.. There are LAE who start the career n retired as LAE also. Gross salary wouldn't disclose here. But it is definitely decent.
17-09-2018 11:59 AM
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