Aviation Australia currently holds an EASA part 147 approval allowing students to reduce the timeframe to apply for their licence from a minimum of 5 years to a minimum of 3.5 years.
The EASA Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (Avionics) is a 90 week program which includes 1164 hours of practical maintenance training at Aviation Australia’s fully owned world class hangars. Students who successfully graduate will qualify for a Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering (recognised Australia wide) and an EASA Certificate of Recognition (recognised world-wide for the purpose of the EASA Part-66 Licence application).
If you are interested in kick-starting a career that will allow people to fly safe around the world, this is the right course for you. As an avionics student you will learn Aviation English, Mathematics, Physics, Electronic and Electrical fundamentals while also progressing into more complex and avionics related modules such as Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems and Propulsion.
The practical maintenance training designed for this course will expose you to individual and team tasks in a live hangar where Aviation Australia’s Aircraft Maintenance Engineers will sign you off on your fully owned Journal of Experience.
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International and Domestic Students
Approximately 90 Weeks
*Permanent Visa Holders and Australian / NZ Citizens are subject to reduction in tuition fees. Please contact [email protected] to discuss your eligibility requirements.
* Payment plan available.
All documentation supplied must be certified and translated (in full) to English. The front page of the Enrolment Application Form details this requirement.
On successful completion of the course, you will receive:
These outcomes are highly regarded by airlines and Maintenance Repair Organisations (MROs) all over the world.
To qualify for an EASA / GCAA Licence, you will need to show an additional two years’ on the job training at an approved MRO.
Graduating students with a further two years’ experience (minimum) can apply for their category licence. They would then be eligible for the following roles: