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Aircraft Line Maintenance – School to Work Pathway

Interested in kickstarting your aviation career with a nationally-recognised certificate in aviation? The Certificate II in Aircraft Line Maintenance (MEA20518) is a great opportunity to help students make an informed decision about their study and work options.

This VET in school program was designed for year 10 and 11 students and runs over approximately 2 years. Students will learn basic level knowledge and skills to perform a range of specified maintenance tasks on aircraft, which can lead to future Aeroskills apprenticeships/traineeships.

For those looking to take their career in aviation further, as you’ll learn the basic level of knowledge and skills to perform a range of specified maintenance tasks on aircraft, the Certificate II in Aircraft Line Maintenance (MEA20518) is a pathway to becoming a Licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.

Program options:

Aircraft Line Maintenance – Northern Territory

Open To:

Domestic Students

Cost:

Fee free*

Duration:

Single days and week blocks over 2 years

Location:

Alice Springs, Darwin

*This is funded by the Northern Territory Government. Available for eligible applicants.

Aircraft Line Maintenance – Queensland

Open To:

Domestic Students

Cost:

Fee free*

Duration:

Single days and week blocks over the 2 years

Location:

Brisbane, Cairns, Nambour (Sunshine Coast), Townsville, Toowoomba

This qualification provides basic level knowledge and skills to perform a range of specified maintenance tasks on aircraft on a flight line or at the departure gate.

*There is no student co-contribution tuition fee for eligible applicants.