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Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Structures) MEA41318

This qualification provides an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) outcome. The Structures trade stream may apply to individuals who perform work on both metal and composite structures. In some cases, primarily in the General Aviation (GA) sector, individuals may be also required to work on aircraft with wooden structures and/or fabric coverings.

The qualification may apply to either maintenance performed on the structure of complete aircraft or structural components performed in workshops.

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

To be awarded the MEA41318 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Structures), competency must be demonstrated in:

• Fourteen (14) Core common and imported units and
• Five (5) Elective technical stream units from Group A.
Total: Nineteen (19) units.

  • Resume 
  • Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s Licenses (local and/or foreign) 
  • Company authorisations/approvals 
  • Letters of endorsement of privileges exercised (QA) 
  • Australian (VET) Qualifications and Statements of Attainment 
  • Part 66 theory results (EASA, CASA, GCAA) from Approved Part 147 organisations
  • CASA Basics (CAR31) exam results 
  • Licensing exam results  
  • Workplace service letters 
  • Trade certificates and qualifications
  • Training certificates (type training, skills training) 
  • Qualification certificates (Certificates, Diplomas, Degrees, etc.) 
  • Company training records 

Please do not upload any practical logbooks (SOE/JOE) as part of your Initial RPL application.

Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Structures) MEA41318 – Initial RPL Report