Become a professional with the professionals
Holding an Airline Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL) opens up a world of opportunity. Delivered by Rob Avery, one of Australia’s most successful ATPL theory instructors, the ATPL licence is the highest form of licence world-wide. If your career plan is to fly for the airlines, a pass in the ATPL exams is an essential component and is a major step forward along your pathway towards that first job.
Aviation Australia’s Technical Training Centre features a fully operational hangar with a wide range of static aircraft and an industry standard operating environment.
Engineering students train on fixed and rotary winged aircraft, using the latest training aides and equipment, ensuring the proper assimilation of both theory and practical skills
The following aircraft are invaluable training aids that allow students to learn and carry out actual repairs and maintenance on real aircraft under the supervision of licensed and fully accredited training staff.
A short range jet airliner, (Twin Rolls Royce Spey engines), which is a forerunner of the Fokker 70 and Fokker 100 aircraft widely used in current airline fleets.
Narrow body trijet (Pratt & Whittney JT8D engines) and forerunner of the still current Boeing 737 narrow body jet airliner.
There are 2 of these twin turboprops in our hangar, one of which has a state of the art Garmin glass cockpit.
Twin Lycoming piston engine aircraft still in wide service worldwide in general aviation.
Bell 206 Jetranger
A helicopter which has many civilian and military variants and remains in wide service around the world.
A four seat, light helicopter still in production and in wide service across general aviation. Our hangar aircraft has a state of the art glass cockpit fitted.
The Sikorsky S-76 is an American medium-size commercial utility helicopter, manufactured by the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation. The S-76 features twin turboshaft engines, four-bladed main and tail rotors and retractable landing gear.
Sheet Metal Workshop
Students learn and develop practical and technical skills needed to repair aircraft structures including airframe, wing and fuselage.
Students learn practical skills including use of avionics test equipment, avionics fault finding, repair of electronic components and circuitry.
Students practice and develop the necessary skills and techniques for the maintenance of new composite materials such as carbon fiber and kevlar used in modern aircraft manufacture.
Students work on actual aircraft engines, including large turbofans, to learn and practice engine maintenance and repair procedures.
Houses aircraft maintenance manuals for all Aviation Australia hangar aircraft and allows students to learn the correct use of maintenance manuals as required for the repair, service and maintenance of aircraft.
To view the fantastic facilities that Aviation Australia have to offer, book a tour or come along to an Engineering or Cabin Crew Career Session.
Train with the largest CASA and EASA Part 147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation in Australia
Aviation Australia’s Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering training is approved and recognised by both the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for the purposes of aircraft maintenance engineer licensing.
EASA sets the world standard for aircraft maintenance engineering, allowing Aviation Australia graduates to pursue careers in aircraft maintenance around the globe.
Our state-of-the-art Technical Training Centre features a world class hangar and a comprehensive range of aircraft. You will graduate from us apprenticeship ready with no requirement to return to Aviation Australia for further theory during your apprenticeship.