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Australian Licensing

Aviation Australia is approved under CASA CASR Part 147 as a recognised Maintenance Training Organisation (MTO) to provide the following AME licence training. These programs are available through a range of flexible delivery options from classroom delivery, at the customers site or Aviation Australia facilities, through to online training and recognition of prior learning.

CASA CASR Part 147

The following programs are available through a range of flexible delivery options from face to face delivery, at the customer's site or Aviation Australia facilities, through to online training and skills recognition.

Basic Licence Training

Category A Category B1 Category B2
A1 Turbine Aeroplanes B1.1 Turbine Aeroplanes Avionics
A2 Piston Aeroplanes B1.2 Piston Aeroplanes  
A3 Turbine Helicopters B1.3 Turbine Helicopters  
A4 Piston Helicopters B1.4 Piston Helicopters  




B Licence Lift Exclusion Removal Training (E1, E4 and E5)

This training provides a pathway for holders of CASA B licences endorsed with electrical systems E1/E4/E5 exclusions who wish to have the exclusions removed from their licence. This skill set covers the MEA11 Aeroskills Training Package units of competency that must be attained before undergoing specific type training in electrical and instrument-related avionic systems.

Face to face learning



Theory commencing: Theory commencing:
7 July 2014, 15 September 2014, 12 January 2015 27 October 2014
Practical commencing: Please note that practical training is not provided in Sydney.
18 August 2014, 27 October 2014, 8 December 2014, 23 February 2015  

Flexible learning

Theory training Study at your own pace with online access to our training materials then sit the CASR Part 66 examinations at one of our nationwide approved examination centres.
Practical training On enrolment in the theory training you will be issued with a Journal of Experience detailing the units of competencies that need to be achieved to satisfy the practical requirement. These units of competency can be completed at your workplace and then subsequently signed off by a CASR Part 66 Licence holder (having signed a testimonial) who does not have exclusions against the competencies being assessed. Alternatively, for an additional fee, Aviation Australia can offer the practical training and competency assessments at our facility in Brisbane.
Outcome On successful completion of the theory and practical training, Aviation Australia will issue a Part 147 Statement of Results, an AQF Statement of
Attainment, an updated Recognition Report and the submission of a CASA Form 465.

 CASR Part 66 License holder with exclusions E1/E4/E5.

For more information about our flexible learning options or for the course details, please email
or call 07 3860 0900.

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