More discussions on aviation consortium as CTU, PhilSCA presidents await CHED result

PhilSCA President Marwin de la Cruz (L) and  CTU President Rosein Ancheta Jr. discuss on the consortium that would reignite the Philippine Aeronautics Development Corporation (PADC). Photo: Courtesy of Jonathan Maglasang

Presidents of Cebu Technological University (CTU) and Philippine State College of Aeronautics (PhilSCA) met again this year to characterize the landscape of  CTU-PhilSCA School of Aviation consortium while waiting for the result of CHED assessment for program compliance.

Relevant goals of the partnership work their way to having efficient and productive Philippine Aeronautics Development Corporation (PADC) and providing much needed support to the  unified space agency, Philippine Space Agency (PhilSA),which was signed into law on 8th of August 2019.

Aircraft maintenance technology and aviation aeronautics technology are offered once said assessment is done (as per PhilSCA Res. No. 354, s. of 2019). 

CTU is finalizing the construction of its aviation facility in Medellin, which is soon to become home to those who would  want to earn the aeronautics degree for free. UICP