This qualification provides an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) outcome. The Avionics trade stream may apply to individuals who perform scheduled inspections, fault diagnosis and repair, and modification of aircraft electrical, instrument and radio systems and system components.
The qualification may apply to either aircraft maintenance performed on flight lines/ramps and in hangars, or to avionic component repair and overhaul performed in workshops.
This qualification articulates with the MEA50118 Diploma of Aeroskills (Avionics) which aligns with the CASR Part 66 B2 Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence.
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers
Duration of gap training will be determined based on evidence provided
To complete an application for the selected course(s) you will need your USI number
To be awarded the MEA40618 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Avionics), competency must be demonstrated in:
Aircraft Maintenance Stream
• Twelve (12) Core common and imported units and
• Thirteen (13) Elective technical stream units from Group A.
Total: Twenty-five (25) units.
Component Maintenance Workshop Stream
• Thirteen (13) Core common and imported units and
• Three (3) Elective technical stream units from Group B.
Total: Sixteen (16) units.
Upon enrolment and payment, you will be emailed an RPL Pack that will guide you in providing supporting evidence for your RPL assessment. This must be submitted via post, with certified true copies of your supporting documentation.