Kick-start your career with an Internationally recognised qualification in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering.
Our diploma courses are European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) accredited and the first step in your journey to a career as a Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME). An EASA Certificate is highly regarded by airlines and Maintenance Repair Organisations (MROs) all over the world.
We provide training specialisation to suit your personality and career goals. You can choose to specialise in either Mechanical or Avionics or complete both for a double diploma. By studying either of these courses, your on the job requirement to achieve your licence is reduced from a minimum of 5 years to a minimum of 2 years.
Learn and practise important hands-on skills in our world-class hangar, which features a comprehensive range of aircraft.
Absolutely, we accept students who are under 18, with the minimum age being 17.
Students under the age of 18 must nominate a parent, legal custodian or relative over 21 years of age as their student guardian. This person must have a visa to stay in Australia for the duration of your student visa or until you turn 18. Alternatively, an underage student may elect to reside with an approved accommodation provider whereby Aviation Australia signs a Confirmation of Appropriate Accommodation and Welfare (CAAW). These arrangements which will support their visa application.
There are several international agents registered with Aviation Australia to present information on Aviation Australia’s courses. These Agents can also assist with preparing and progressing your course application.
Aviation Australia recommends that students refer to the Department of Home Affairs website for visa advice. Education Agents are also able to assist with the visa application process.
Please allow sufficient time for visa processing. A student cannot commence the course without a valid visa. Note: Aviation Australia cannot expedite the issuing of visas.
Yes, we offer payment plans for both our Australian Program and Twinning Programs.
Aviation Australia has a dedicated Student Services team who can assist students with every aspect of settling into Australian student life.
There is no on-campus accommodation at Aviation Australia, however, there are several student accommodation options available. Visit the Living in Australia page for more information.
Students will need access to:
Aviation Australia will provide:
Classes are 5 days per week – Monday to Thursday 7:30am to 2:30pm and Friday 7:30am to 12:30pm. Hours may differ slightly during practical training.
Aviation Australia has a close relationship with many English Pathway Schools within the region, all of which can train towards the IELTS level required:
Aviation Australia students learn technical skills by performing actual maintenance tasks on real aircraft in Aviation Australia’s own approved Maintenance Repair Organisation.
On campus aircraft include:
Students will obtain skills on both large and small jet engines including:
Dedicated Employment Services staff are available on a full-time basis at the Brisbane facility to support students in their search for employment in the aviation industry.
Students will have access to Aviation Australia Employment Services (AAES) for assistance with:
Please note that Aviation Australia cannot guarantee employment. The student is responsible for securing employment.