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Aeroskills Training

Train with the largest CASR and EASA Part 147 approved Maintenance Training Organisation in Australia

If you thought flying was all about pilots, guess again.

No aircraft anywhere leaves the ground without being checked by an engineer. Being an aircraft maintenance engineer means working on the most exciting and advanced technology in the world.

Aviation Australia’s aircraft engineering courses provide you with the essential training required to begin your aviation career in aircraft maintenance. We deliver the essential pre-apprenticeship, underpinning vocational theory training towards the Certificate IV in Aeroskills, Mechanical, Structures or Avionics.

Our state-of-the-art Technical Training Centre features a world class maintenance 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.

If you are already a qualified aircraft maintenance engineer and you would like to seek pathways to equivalent or higher qualifications/licensing then please visit our Recognition of Prior Learning section.

Certificate IV in Aeroskills – Avionics (MEA40615)

Certificate IV in Aeroskills – Mechanical (MEA40715)
fixed-wing aeroplanes and helicopters

Certificate IV in Aeroskills – Structures/Mechanical (MEA40715 / 41315)
fixed-wing aeroplanes

SRTO – Aeroskills Apprenticeship Management

Pathway to a CASA Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

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