Technicien supérieur de l'aviation

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The degree of Technicien supérieur de l'aviation (TSA, in English Advanced Technician Degree in Aviation) is a certification created in 2010 from the Technicien supérieur des études et de l'exploitation de l'aviation civile certification. It is a title, recognized by CNCP,[1] and recorder level III[2] into the National Classification of Levels of Training. The degree is obtain after a training at the École nationale de l'aviation civile (French civil aviation university).[3]

Application[edit]

Students can apply to this training by :

Training at ENAC[edit]

TSA students are admitted into one of these two options :

The choice is made by ranking at the competitive examination. The two options have the same curriculum.[5] The civil servants have a dual education system before integrate the TSEEAC.

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Bibliography[edit]

  • Ariane Gilotte, Jean-Philippe Husson et Cyril Lazerge, 50 ans d'Énac au service de l'aviation, Édition S.E.E.P.P, 1999

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