Train with the largest CASR and EASA Part 147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation in Australia.
Our aeroskills pre-vocational courses provide essential training required to begin a career in aircraft maintenance engineering. Our instructors are highly experienced professionals, from Commercial and Defense aviation and aerospace industries.
Aviation Australia holds funding approval with the Queensland Government for pre-vocational training in the below qualifications:
The course is designed so graduating students will leave apprenticeship-ready. We deliver the essential pre-apprenticeship, underpinning vocational theory training towards the listed Certificate IV qualifications. This gives students the basic skills and knowledge to move directly into an apprenticeship/traineeship to continue on their pathway to becoming an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) or Licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME).
The pre-vocational training components are aligned to CASR Part 66 requirements. This allows students to not only complete training towards a vocational outcome, but in addition, achieve a CASA Certificate of Recognition for Part 66 examinations; which can be used towards a future Licenced Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (LAME) outcome.
"I was introduced to Aviation Australia through my employer, so I could obtain a Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Structures). Adrian and Dave were nothing but helpful as they offered me their guidance and time. I felt prepared for the exams and never felt alone in the process. I’m now proud to call them my past teachers as well as professional connections."