About our School
The Art Williams & Harry Wendt Aeronautical Engineering School was designed to: 1 Allow the Aircraft Industry in Guyana to produce its own highly trained Aircraft Maintenance Engineers and 2. Assist the Maintenance Organizations in their bid for Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) status.
Generally, we require a minimum of five CXC passes at Grade III minimum or equivalent in Maths, Science and English. Science could be any Science subject eg. Physics or Integrated Science. or A recognized technical Qualification in the discipline of interest.Read more
All trainees enrolled onto the Ab-Initio Programme are required to have the following: Student’s Handbook One insurance card School ID card Overall(s)/ Uniform comprising of White Pilot Shirts, Eauplets and Black Pants One Toolkit with a full complement of ToolsRead more
The Art Williams & Harry Wendt Aeronautical Engineering School is a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) committed to developing Aircraft Engineering skills and technical expertise essential to the development and safety of Air Transport within Guyana, the Caribbean Community and the World at large.
Ab-Initio, meaning “from the beginning” is a programme that is designed specifically for persons with proven academic ability and no previous aviation maintenance experience. The Ab-Initio Trainee Programme is designed specifically for those young persons, male or female, with provenRead more
The programme is broken down into 3 parts Part 1 Theoretical Training – Modules are taught in the classrooms and a Certificate of Achievement will be issued upon successful completion of each Module Part 2 SkillsRead more
Art Williams & Harry Wendt Aeronautical Engineering School Art Williams & Harry Wendt Aeronautical Engineering School was conceived by Capt. Malcolm Chan-a-Sue, A.A., M.S. and Col. Charles Hutson and began operating in 1993. The School was named after the pioneers...Read more