Tariq Shokair known as Tariq Shokair
- Faculty of Computing, Engineering and Science
- Senior Lecturer
MBA ( Master of Business Administration)
B.Sc. Degree in Aerospace Engineering Technology
Airframe & Power Plant Certificate
Higher Colleges of Technology, UAE • Jul 2009 – 2018
Aviation Engineering Faculty
Teach Aviation Science courses for the Associate Degree/Bachelor of Applied Science (AS/BAS) and Aviation Maintenance Engineers B1.1 or B2 programs.
Develop educational technology resources to instruct with effective and innovative teaching methodologies.
Provide continuous feedback on student progress through a variety of assessment tools including tests, projects, assignments and other evaluation instruments.
Take a student-centered approach, offering individual assistance and dealing promptly with student issues.
Mentor students during internships and work placements.
Give input to program and course reviews; make recommendations based on consultations with students, colleagues and external agencies.
Stay current with field developments by engaging in professional development work.
Contribute to the development of the HCT by monitoring programs and identifying areas for improvement; implement college and system-wide policies and procedures; participate in extra-curricular activities and community events.
Flight Safety International, Toronto, Canada • Jan 2008 – Jul 2009
EASA Type Rating Maintenance Instructor
Update training for maintenance technicians that has been developed with the aircraft manufacturer for avionics, troubleshooting, master technician and eLearning courses.
Teach on aircraft manufactured by AgustaWestland, Bell Helicopter, Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault Falcon, Embraer, Gulfstream, Hawker Beechcraft and Sikorsky.
Conduct classroom, shop and simulator training to develop and maintain a high degree of proficiency.
Use part task trainers, mock-ups and aircraft simulators as primary teaching medium.
Measure training progress within established curriculum, utilizing objectives and subjective methods.
Conduct training for B1.1type rating course on Bombardier Dash 8 –Q400 aircarft.
Ayla Aviation Academy, Aqaba, Jordan • Oct 2006 – Jan 2008
Head of Aviation Maintenance and Training (Part 147 & 145)
Oversaw that aircraft line and component (workshop) maintenance was correctly performed and certified.
Allocated resources to meet all company aircraft maintenance needs; ensured that the maintenance hangar and apron were functionally maintained.
Performed preflight inspections and rectified to standards any defect and/or damage affecting the safe operation of all aircraft.
Ensured that all maintenance and repairs were performed in accordance with applicable maintenance manuals and in alignment with the Civil Aviation Authority.
Scheduled manpower and managed equipment and facilities to effectively accomplish work requirements on a timely basis; managed all staff training.
Coordinated work functions and progress with upper management.
Atlantis- Amel Corporation Technologies, Brampton, Ontario, Canada • 2003 – 2006
Marketing Manager and Subject Matter Specialist
Directed all marketing, advertising, promotional staff and activities for this firm that provides reliable training solutions for the defence and aerospace industries.
Drove marketing strategies which included evaluating customer research, market conditions and competitor data.
Implemented the marketing plan, managed the Marketing Department budget and delivered all marketing activity within set budget.
Wrote business plans and feasibility studies
Served as a Subject Matter Specialist and Training Manager for training software, computer based training (CBT) and aircraft simulators.
BAE Systems (British Aerospace), Dhahran, Saudi Arabia • 1990 – 2003
Senior Curriculum Developer
Developed the curriculum for the training of technicians at the Royal Saudi Air Force’s Technical Studies Institute in Dhahran.
Coordinated the development of course control documents pertaining to the aircraft specialties taught within the Aeronautical Training Department.
Performed quality control verification of the text and graphics technical information presented in student study guides.
Liaised with counterpart in the Multimedia Department to enhance these publications for classroom presentation via CBT media.
Ensured the maintenance staff maintained the aircraft to the conditions in the most current RSAF Manuals.
Regularly monitored the performance of the maintenance staff and took corrective action as necessary.
Signed the maintenance documentation as detailed in the RSAF manuals.
Organize training courses to keep staff members up-to-date with modern aircraft development.
Produced annual appraisals and wrote personal development plans.
Approved course documentation related to the full range of Royal Saudi Air Force aircraft and sub-systems.
Consulted with the RSAF Generals on maintenance strategies and recommendations.
Cooperated with company directors to achieve a healthy and safe workplace and to take reasonable care of employees.
Aircraft Maintenance instructor
Instructed in theory and practice, the following courses: Aircraft Safety, Aircraft Familiarization, Principles of Flight, Aircraft Pneudraulic Systems, Aircraft Flight Systems, Aircraft Electrical Systems, Aircraft Flight Control Systems, Power Plants, Airframe Repair, Aircraft Environmental Systems and Aircraft Oxygen Systems.
US Federal Aviation Administration License, Airframe and Power Plant.
Jordanian Engineering associations
Canadian Aircraft Maintenance associations
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