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Aviation Australia's nationally accredited course has been developed by cabin crew experts in conjunction with Australian and international airlines to provide students with the theoretical knowledge and hands-on skills needed to get you flying. Your journey as a Flight Attendant starts here...
 
 

Flight Attendant Training

Life as a Flight Attendant can take you anywhere and on a weekly or even daily basis, you could find yourself experiencing different countries & cultures, learning different languages and visiting famous landmarks all around the world.

When you begin your journey with us to become a Flight Attendant you will make great new friends from all parts of the world and learn valuable skills that will last you a life time.   

The Aviation industry is extremely competitive with thousands of applicants applying for limited positions with Domestic and International airlines. And like any employer, airlines are looking to employ people who have the skills and attributes they want...

Aviation Australia's AVI20208 Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations) will equip you with the comprehensive knowledge, skills, values and experience needed to set you apart from the rest.  Our vast network of industry contacts means we know who's recruiting and when so we can keep you up to date with all the latest recruitment and industry news.

Available Courses

AVI20208 Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations)

English + AVI20208 Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations)

 

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AVI20208 Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations)

CRICOS Code: 066470B

This course will equip you with the comprehensive knowledge, skills, values and experience that international and domestic airlines seek when recruiting suitable candidates.

Entry Requirements

General

  • Must be at least 18 years old for Australian airlines and 20-21 years old for most international airlines
  • Must be fit and healthy
  • Must meet the height restrictions as specified by the various airlines – please enquire direct to the airlines to determine if they apply to you
  • A second language is a distinct advantage

Educational

  • Recognised educational qualifications equivalent to Australian Year 12

English Language

  • Proficiency in English as determined by the International English Language Testing Services (IELTS)
  • Minimum standard required by Aviation Australia for the Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations) is an IELTS result with an overall band score of 5.5 and no sub band below 5.0
  • For students from most countries a lower band score will be considered if  the applicant can prove an equivalent level through completion of an Aviation Australia approved ELICOS course
  • Further information on IELTS including testing centres in your country can be found at www.ielts.org

Visa Requirements

  • International applicants wishing to enrol in this program with Aviation Australia will require a tourist visa; in a small number of cases a student visa may be applicable.  You will need to investigate the visa requirements with your local Australian Diplomatic Mission
  • Further visa information can be found at: www.immi.gov.au

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) 

  • The granting of a visa to study in Australia is dependant on the applicant obtaining OSHC
  • Further OSHC information can be found at: www.medibank.com.au

Course Duration

This is a full time course consisting of 7 weeks of structured theory and practical tuition.

Course Modules

  1. Introduction to Aviation
  2. Health and Safety in Aviation
  3. Roles and Responsibilities
  4. Non-Technical Skills and Human Factors
  5. Airline Employment
  6. Aircraft Familiarisation – Boeing 737 and Airbus 330
  7. Standard Operating Procedures
  8. Emergency Equipment
  9. Provide First Aid
  10. Responsible Service of Alcohol
  11. Non-Normal Situations
  12. Evacuation Procedures
  13. Security
  14. Quality Customer Service
     

Course Delivery

  • Classroom based theory
  • Online study and examinations
  • Practical hands on training using cabin simulators, mock-ups, door trainers and survival rafts in an authentic simulated environment

Course Outcome

Upon completion, students will receive a AVI20208 Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations) plus the following additional certificates:

  • Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) 
  • Senior First Aid 
  • Aircrew Security Response Program (non-accredited)

 

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English + AVI20208 Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations)

CRICOS Codes: 066470B and 063310J

This course will equip you with the comprehensive knowledge, skills, values and experience that international and domestic airlines seek when recruiting suitable candidates.

Entry Requirements

General

  • Must be at least 18 years old for Australian airlines and 20-21 years old for most international airlines
  • Must be fit and healthy
  • Must meet the height restrictions as specified by the various airlines – please enquire direct to the airlines to determine if they apply to you
  • A second language is a distinct advantage

Educational

  • Recognised educational qualifications equivalent to Australian Year 12

English Language

  • Proficiency in English as determined by the International English Language Testing Services (IELTS)
  • Minimum standard required by Aviation Australia for the English + Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations) is an IELTS result with an overall band score of 5.0
  • For students from most countries a lower band score will be considered if  the applicant can prove an equivalent level through completion of an Aviation Australia approved ELICOS course
  • Further information on IELTS including testing centres in your country can be found at www.ielts.org

Visa Requirements

  • International applicants wishing to enrol in this program with Aviation Australia will require a tourist visa; in a small number of cases a student visa may be applicable.  You will need to investigate the visa requirements with your local Australian Diplomatic Mission
  • Further visa information can be found at: www.immi.gov.au

Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC) 

  • The granting of a visa to study in Australia is dependant on the applicant obtaining OSHC
  • Further OSHC information can be found at: www.medibank.com.au

Course Duration

This is a full time course consisting of 8 weeks of structured theory and practical tuition.

Course Modules

  1. Introduction to Aviation
  2. Health and Safety in Aviation
  3. Roles and Responsibilities
  4. Non-Technical Skills and Human Factors
  5. Airline Employment
  6. Aircraft Familiarisation – Boeing 737 and Airbus 330
  7. Standard Operating Procedures
  8. Emergency Equipment
  9. Provide First Aid
  10. Responsible Service of Alcohol
  11. Non-Normal Situations
  12. Evacuation Procedures
  13. Security
  14. Quality Customer Service

Course Delivery

  • Classroom based theory
  • Online study and examinations
  • Practical hands on training using cabin simulators, mock-ups, door trainers and survival rafts in an authentic simulated environment

Course Outcome

Upon completion, students will receive a AVI20208 Certificate II in Aviation (Flight Operations) plus the following additional certificates:

  • Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) 
  • Senior First Aid 
  • Aircrew Security Response Program (non-accredited)

 

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