Spartan’s program design and adaptive execution helps partners succeed quickly to achieve their goals with cost-effective solutions. Flight and aviation maintenance technician training, as well as English Language Training, and supporting Base Life Support and Security, and management activities require a high degree of safety and quality control. The inherent risks in flight operations, in supporting aircraft maintenance activities and in our English Language Training program, and supporting activities, all require thorough and continuous surveillance, process management, incident reporting and timely and effective corrective actions.

Pilot Flight Training

Pilot training capability that consists of syllabi and accompanying courseware, qualified and certified flight instructors, academic pilot training, inflight pilot instruction, student consumables, training aids, robust digital learning environment, course management, and student and flight management.

Technician Training

Maintenance training capability that consists of syllabi and accompanying courseware, qualified and certified maintenance instructors, academic and lab (hands-on) training, training tools and equipment, robust digital learning environment, student consumables, and course and student management.

English Language Training with aviation focus

Pilot and technician English language program that consists of recursive computer-based systems, structured supplemental teacher activities, interactive vocabulary development focused on broad set of aviation items and concepts, and reading and writing exercises.

Life Support Services

A broad range of components of Base Life Support and Security (BLSS) either as stand-alone or turnkey packages with infrastructure integration and associated services wherever an academy might be located, which may include (a) academy offices, classrooms and lab facilities, (b) housing and housing services, (c) laundry and linen services, (d) dining facility and dining services, (e) vehicles and transportation services, (f) supply facilities and services, and (g) security facilities and services.


Drawing upon expertise from more than 90 years of delivering aviation training, curriculum development may include customized courseware for specific objectives, diagramming digital resources to create a robust learning environment, tools and guides for instructors, student training objectives, and identification of training aids.