Rigas Aviacijas Skola (RIAS)

This is a modern school that trains highly professional aviation specialists. Our school is a new vision of the next educational step for young graduates and all other people who wish to start their career path in aviation. We’re here to help your passion for aviation to grow into professionalism highly demanded by the market.

​Aircraft maintenance

Aircraft maintenance
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Specialist in the repair of composite materials
Autumn 2023
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If you are at least 18 years of age, you have a secondary education diploma, you can apply for the training in our school, have an interview with us and together we will choose a study program the suits your interests best.
Training duration depends on the program that you choose. During the training you can link theoretical knowledge with practical skills. You can receive consultations on a wide range of subjects
Our graduate is a qualified specialist, demanded in the aviation field and prepared according to EASA standards.
Employment assistance is part of our program. We will make several job offers to our graduates for a successful career start.
Professional Aviation School RIAS
Professional Aviation School RIAS was designed to support a group of aviation specialists who are very experienced in education, management of airlines and servicing the aviation equipment, supporting airworthiness of aircraft. Our basic programs and courses are built on an innovative look at the system and methods preparing aviation specialists.
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Our Advantages
Start your training at any time (Long Life Education).
Advanced learning methodology that makes learning easier and faster.
An extremely short path from the beginning of training to entering the profession
Individual support for each student from the beginning of their studies and in their career.
One school – two certificates. Graduation diploma and EASA Part-66 certificate.
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