The International College of Aeronautics (ICA) is a government approved vocational training institution and is established to address the manpower shortages in the aviation sector. It is designed to foster industry and community relationships thereby ensuring the training of the general public in various aspects of aviation curriculum and to advance the science of designing and building airplanes.
Zenith Aircraft Company in Mexico, Missouri where our students learn to build a complete flyable experimental aircraft during their entire training.
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology in Tulsa, Oklahoma where our students start their training and gain full access and opportunity to continue their education at Spartan.
Gleim Aviation in USA offers Online ground school courses in Sport Pilot, Private Pilot, Instrument Rating and Commercial Pilot courses.
These schools are specifically approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to teach certain courses in structured and organized way – ensuring highest level of student training possible for students who desire a "classroom-style" experience without having to leave home.
Abdul Hafeez Onisarotu (left) with Director of ICA, Solomon Adio (right)
In 2015, Abdul Hafeez Onisarotu is the first graduate from our school in Nigeria to complete his studies as an Aircraft Maintanence Technician at Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Mission, Vision, Goals and Objectives
To provide quality aviation education services and career opportunities for our students in the emerging aviation industry in Nigeria.
To develop entrepreneurs instead of job seekers through aviation training services
Goals and Objectives:
To inspire our students to pursue learning and careers in the field of aviation
Provide hands-on aviation education and training and enhance student employment opportunities in the field of aviation
To provide safe and effective aviation training for students enrolled in our various programs
To consistently elevate our aviation training programs to be at par with standard requirements in the Aviation industry