Collaboration of GMF and 4 Polytechnics for AMTO D3 Program


GMF AeroAsia and four state polytechnics including Medan State Polytechnic, Sriwijaya State Polytechnic, Batam State Polytechnic, and Malang State Polytechnic signed an electrical engineering and mechanical engineering Diploma 3 (D3) program agreement with AMTO certification in Jakarta on April 10, 2014. The signing was carried out by GMF’s Director of Human Capital and Corporate Affairs Harkandri M Dahler and the four State Polytechnic Directors.

In accordance with the collective agreement, the program is aim to qualify the 3000 hours of Basic Aircraft Maintenance training as a minimum requirement to achieve the D3 program with 108 credits.

The cooperation will create D-III diploma graduates with Basic Certificate in compliance to CASR 65, and they will be recruited by GMF. It is occured caused by the very high-quality aircraft technician demand whilst the growth of the aviation industry in Indonesia. “This is a national program and the partnership is a national mandate,” said Harkandri. GMF’s moves to collaborate with the four state polytechnics gained a positive response from each institution, government, and community.