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Engineering Career Enhancer Courses

Train with the largest CASR and EASA Part 147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation in Australia.

Aviation Australia holds approval to conduct CASR and EASA Part 66 basic knowledge training and examinations. We also deliver a range of practical competency training & assessment, self-study options and Recognition of Prior Learning for aircraft maintenance engineering outcomes.

Aviation Australia’s CASR and EASA Part 66 training and assessments are also recognised by the Defence Aviation Safety Authority (DASA).

We have a range of Part 66 and Part 147 training courses available to ensure that you can progress your qualifications and engineering career in Aviation, both in Australia and for the global market.

Discover the course which is right for you:

Available Courses

B1 to B2 Practical Training

Open To:

Aviation Australia RPL customers, Apprentices and Trainees

Cost:

AUD $2,500 per week / $1000 daily rate

Duration:

Up to 5 Days

Location:

Brisbane

Our practical course covers the units of competency (MEAs) required when adding the B2 category to your existing CASR Part 66 B1 Licence.

Certificate III in Aircraft Surface Finishing (MEA30118)

Open To:

Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) Employees

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report – $550 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

This course provides students with the underpinning knowledge and skill requirements to progress to an Aircraft Surface Finishing pathway, enabling them to conduct:

MEA405 Repair/modify aircraft composite material structure/components

Open To:

Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO) Employees

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report– $550 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

DASA identifies the MEA units of competency required to address DASR MAML exclusions, or to address competency gaps for initial issue of a MAML.

DASR66 RPL Assessment of MEAs

Open To:

DASR66 Military Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence Holders

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report– $550 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

DASA identifies the MEA units of competency required to address DASR MAML exclusions, or to address competency gaps for initial issue of a MAML.

CASR Part 66 B1 and B2 Category Licence Exclusion Removal

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report – $550 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

To satisfy CASA for the removal of exclusions from CASR Part 66 category B1 and B2 licences, under CASR Part 66, candidates must meet the CASR Part 66 basic knowledge and competency requirements of the particular exclusions, as laid out in 66.A.25 and 66.A.70 of the CASR Part 66 Manual of Standards.

CASR Part 66 A Licence

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST)
  • Final RPL report – $550 (GST exempt)
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

To satisfy CASA for the grant, under CASR Part 66, of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence (AMEL) in category/sub-category A1, A2, A3 or A4

CASR Part 66 B2 (Avionics) Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report – $1195 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

To satisfy CASA for the grant, under CASR Part 66, of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence (AMEL) in category B2.

Certificate IV in Aeroskills Structures (MEA41318) RPL

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report – $950 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

This qualification may apply to employees of civil aviation maintenance organisations or to individuals that wish to gain employment in the aviation industry who perform scheduled inspections, fault diagnosis and repair, and modification of aircraft electrical, instrument and radio systems and system components.

Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Avionics) MEA40618 RPL

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report – $950 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

This qualification may apply to employees of civil aviation maintenance organisations or to individuals that wish to gain employment in the aviation industry who perform scheduled inspections, fault diagnosis and repair, and modification of aircraft electrical, instrument and radio systems and system components.

To complete an application for the selected course(s) you will need your USI number

Certificate IV in Aeroskills Mechanical (MEA40718) RPL

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report – $950 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

This qualification may apply to employees of civil aviation maintenance organisations or to individuals that wish to gain employment in the aviation industry who perform scheduled inspections, fault diagnosis and repair, and modification of airframes and airframe mechanical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems and components, and of aircraft engines and (where applicable) propellers.

CASR Part 66 B1 (Mechanical) Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:
  • Initial RPL report – $550 (Incl. GST) 
  • Final RPL report – $1195 (GST exempt) 
Duration:

Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided

To satisfy CASA for the grant, under CASR Part 66, of an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence (AMEL) in category/sub-categories B1.1, B1.2, B1.3 and B1.4

Part 147 Approved Aircraft Type Training

Aviation Australia utilises their own approvals and other Part 147’s approvals to offer the very best EASA and CASA Aircraft Type Courses.

Part 66 Theory Packages

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Cost:

AUD $5,000

Duration:

24-month access

Location:

Self-Study

Self-study theory packages are comprised of training material and initial examinations for the category/sub-category of licence sought.

B2 to B1 and B1 to B2 Licence Training

Open To:

Aviation Australia RPL customers, Apprentices and Trainees

Cost:

AUD $2,500 per week / $1000 daily rate

Duration:

Up to 10 days

Location:

Brisbane

This course makes it easy to add opposite Categories B1 or B2 to a B2 or B1 licence and Aviation Australia can offer you the theory and practical training to become compliant for the application of the specific licence.

Licence Requalification Training

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $1,000

Duration:

2-4 hours

Location:

Online, Brisbane

This course will enable a LAME to maintain currency for their licence(s) or rating(s). Please refer to 66.A.23 of the CASR Part 66 Manual of Standards.

Aviation Logistics – Goods Receipt and Dispatch (AA-43)

Open To:

International & Domestic Students

Cost:

AUD $150

Duration:

8 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

The purpose of this course is to provide personnel with an overview into the requirements of handling aircraft and aircraft related products, spares and consumables and of their responsibilities with respect to regulatory requirements for Approved Maintenance Organisations (AMO).

Suspected Unapproved Parts – SUP (AA-65)

Open To:

International & Domestic Students

Cost:

AUD $120

Duration:

4 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

This course provides guidance to assist aviation stores and maintenance personnel in detecting and segregating Suspected Unapproved Parts (SUPs). It also describes procedure that can prevent unserviceable parts in your operation from entering the aircraft parts market as undetected unapproved parts.

Foreign Object Damage – FOD (AA-66)

Open To:

International & Domestic Students

Cost:

AUD $120

Duration:

6 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the guidelines and standards to control and prevent foreign object debris from resulting in damage or injury to equipment and personnel.

Extended Diversion Time Operations – EDTO (AA-31)

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Cost:

AUD $120

Duration:

4 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of the requirements of Extended Diversion Time Operations to qualified aviation maintenance personnel. EDTO training for maintenance staff is a requirement of any EDTO approvals, granted by CASA.

Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum – RVSM (AA-46)

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Cost:

AUD $120

Duration:

4 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

The purpose of this course is to provide initial training to maintenance personnel with an awareness of the concept and implementation of RVSM operations in accordance with CAR 1988 and CASR 1998.

Fuel Tank Safety – FTS / Critical Design Configuration Control Limitations – CDCCL (AA-47)

Open To:

International & Domestic Students

Cost:

AUD $120

Duration:

4 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

The purpose of this course is to provide an understanding of the background and concepts of Fuel Tank Safety; an awareness of the hazards of Fuel Tank System maintenance and the improvements being made in maintenance procedures.

Part 145 Human Factors (AA-26a)

Open To:

International & Domestic Students

Cost:

AUD $120

Duration:

4 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

The purpose of this course is to provide students with the underpinning knowledge for the application of Human Factors within Aviation Maintenance.

EASA Part 145 Awareness (AA-33b)

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Cost:

AUD $120

Duration:

4 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

This course provides personnel with awareness of the EASA framework and of their responsibilities with respect to EASA regulatory requirements for Authorised Maintenance Organisations (AMO).

CASR Part 145 Awareness (AA-33a)

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Cost:

AUD $120

Duration:

4 Hours – Self paced

Location:

Online

This course provides personnel with awareness of the CASR framework and of their responsibilities with respect to CASA regulatory requirements for Authorised Maintenance Organisations (AMO).

E12 Exclusion Removal Training

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $1,750

Duration:

1 Day

Location:

Perth, Brisbane

E12 propeller exclusion from your CASR Part 66 B1.1/B1.2 category/sub-category licence.

Electrical Wiring Interconnection System – EWIS (AA-62)

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

Group 1: AUD $180
Group 2: AUD $120
Group 3: AUD $120
Groups 4: AUD $120
Group 5: AUD $120
Groups 6, 7 & 8: AUD $80

Location:

Online

This course provides minimum initial theory training on EWIS to enable personnel who perform wiring systems maintenance to improve the airworthiness code for aircraft and the requirements for continued airworthiness in the field of electrical wiring interconnection systems.

E1, E4 and E5 Exclusion Removal Training

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Location:

Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Self-Study

Our E1, E4, E5 exclusion removal training is designed to completely satisfy the theory and practical training requirements in order to lift electrical exclusions E1, E4 and E5 from your CASR Part 66 B category licence.

Effective Leadership for Maintenance (AA-21b)

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Cost:

AUD $395

Location:

Online

Effective Leadership for Maintenance is an online short course and assignment that provides gap training towards the requirements of the Diploma of Aeroskills/CASA Part 66 B1/B2 Licence.

Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices (AA-53a) MSMENV272B

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Cost:

AUD $395

Location:

Online

AA-53a is an online short course and assignment that satisfies the MSMENV272B competency requirement for the Certificate IV in Aeroskills.

Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices (AA-53b) MSMENV472B

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Cost:

AUD $395

Location:

Online

AA-53b is an online short course and assignment that satisfies the MSMENV472B competency requirement for Diploma of Aeroskills/CASA Part 66 B1/B2 Licence.

Apply regulations to prevent ozone depleting substance and synthetic greenhouse gas emissions – CPPFES2043

Open To:

Domestic students

Cost:

AUD $220

Duration:

Self-paced online training and assessment

Location:

Online

Perform Borescope Inspections (MEA366)

Open To:

Domestic & International Students

Duration:

3 Days

Location:

Brisbane

Utilising state-of-the-art borescope equipment, the training covers a wide variety of maintenance inspections on training aids, aircraft and engines.

Composite Repair Techniques (AA-63)

Open To:

Domestic Students

Cost:

AUD $4,500*

Duration:

10 Days

27 June – 8 July 2022

 

Location:

Brisbane

This course is for qualified aircraft maintenance engineers to be trained and assessed against Unit of Competency MEA405 Repair/modify aircraft composite material structure/components. This qualification allows individuals to be approved as a ‘specially qualified person’ to perform composite structure maintenance within a CAR 30 Maintenance Organisation, or specialist maintenance task/processes in a CASR Part 145 Approved Maintenance Organisation (AMO).

*A deposit of $500 will be required at time of enrolment, with the balance of fees due prior to course commencement.

CASR Part 66 Module 16 – Piston Engine

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $4,700

Duration:

20 Days

Location:

Brisbane

CASR Part 66 Module 16 – Piston Engine is one of the basic knowledge modules required in order to be eligible to apply for a CASR Part 66 A2, A4, B1.2 or B1.4 Licence.

CASR Part 66 Module 10 – Aviation Legislation (CASA)

Open To:

Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $1, 250

Duration:

5 Days

Location:

Brisbane, Cairns, Perth, Melbourne

CASR Part 66 Module 10 Aviation Legislation

Beechcraft 300 Series King Air (PWC PT6) B1/B2 theory

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

$8,400

Duration:

15 days

Contact Us for Further Details

Location:

Brisbane

CASR Part 147 and EASA Part 147 approved aircraft type theory training.

Beechcraft 300 Series King Air (PWC PT6) B1 POC

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

$4,200

Duration:

10 Days

Contact Us for Further Details

Location:

Brisbane

CASR Part 147 and EASA Part 147 approved aircraft type training.

Beechcraft 300 Series King Air (PWC PT6) B2 POC

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

$4,200

Duration:

7 Days

Contact Us for further information

Location:

Brisbane

CASR Part 147 and EASA Part 147 approved aircraft type training.

Beechcraft 300 Series King Air (PWC PT6) B1.1 OJT Logbook

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $1,100*

Location:

On-the-job

This OJT is for engineers that have or will be sitting a POC course (25% additional) and cannot be used as standalone OJT (125% mandatory and additional).

*The pricing is $1,100 in total; $250 deposit payable online and then the remaining $850 prior to assessment and issuance of CASA Form 465 and CASR Part 147 Certification of Recognition.

Beechcraft 300 Series King Air (PWC PT6) B2 OJT Logbook

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $1,100*

Location:

On-the-job

This OJT is for engineers that have or will be sitting a POC course (25% additional) and cannot be used as standalone OJT (125% mandatory and additional).

*The pricing is $1,100 in total; $250 deposit payable online and then the remaining $850 prior to assessment and issuance of CASA Form 465 and CASR Part 147 Certification of Recognition.

Beechcraft B1900 Series (PWC PT6) B1.1 OJT Logbook

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $1,100*

Location:

On-the-job

This OJT can be utilised in conjunction with either a POC course (25% additional) or as standalone OJT (125% mandatory and additional).

*The pricing is $1,100 in total; $250 deposit payable online and then the remaining $850 prior to assessment and issuance of CASA Form 465 and CASR Part 147 Certification of Recognition.

Bell 412/Agusta AB412 (PWC PT6) B2 OJT Logbook

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $1,100*

Location:

On-the-job

This OJT can be utilised in conjunction with either a POC course (25% additional) or as standalone OJT (125% mandatory and additional).

*The pricing is $1,100 in total; $250 deposit payable online and then the remaining $850 prior to assessment and issuance of CASA Form 465 and CASR Part 147 Certification of Recognition.

Bell 412/Agusta AB412 (PWC PT6) B1.3 OJT Logbook

Open To:

Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers

Cost:

AUD $1,100*

Location:

On-the-job

This OJT can be utilised in conjunction with either a POC course (25% additional) or as standalone OJT (125% mandatory and additional).

*The pricing is $1,100 in total; $250 deposit payable online and then the remaining $850 prior to assessment and issuance of CASA Form 465 and CASR Part 147 Certification of Recognition.