One of the many benefits of attending Aviation Australia is the employment services offered to students. Our experienced Employment Services team offers students assistance in their search for employment. Through our relationship with key stakeholders in the aerospace industry we are sometimes able to offer exclusive employment opportunities to successful graduates.
For more information about AME and LAME careers please visit one of the below websites.
Skills Australia is an independent statutory body that advises federal government on Australia’s current, emerging and future workforce skills needs and workforce development needs.
The information available in this website is vast and particularly relevant to someone looking to get into an industry. We suggest using the search function on the page to search for things such as “aircraft maintenance engineer” “aeroskills” and “aerospace”.
Skills Queensland carries out a similar role to Skills Australia, only at state level. You will find similar information to Skills Australia but from a state perspective on this website.
Manufacturing Skills Australia
Manufacturing Skills Australia is the national industry skills council to which aerospace belongs. On this website you can find information about the Aeroskills training package, reports on the state of the aerospace industry, skills shortage / needs within aerospace and Manufacturing Skills Australia’s priorities for the future.
myfuture contains detailed information about occupations, such as, wages, employment prospects, day to day responsibilities, related jobs and much more.
SkillsInfo is an Australian Government website which posts reports and data pertaining to vacancy trends, skills shortages, reigonal employment, education and training.
Job Guide can provide you with info such as education pathways to certain careers, information about occupations and information about Government assistance available to job seekers.
JobSearch is a free online jobs site facilitated by the Australian Government. You can also find useful information about government assistance for job seekers.
Job outlook contains data gained through labour market research on approximately 350 individual occupations including Aircraft Maintenance Engineering. This data covers areas such as job prospects, weekly earnings, number of employees within an occupation, vacancies, training and skills.
Seek is Australia’s number one job site.
Training.gov.au contains information about all Certificate level packages. Information about the aeroskills package and what it contains can be found on here.