Aviation Australia is soon to welcome their students from Sri Lanka
Aviation Australia sent one of their highly trained instructors over to Sri Lanka in April this year to help deliver the Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Mechanical (TB1) course.
Partnering with Sri Lankan Aviation training specialists, Asian Aviation Centre (AAC) to prepare the inaugural class of aircraft maintenance students. The initial training will educate the students regarding European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved basic training course (B1.1).
The class has just completed their module 3 and will be transferring to Brisbane, Australia in October. Completing their remaining 6 months of training at the Aviation Australia facility, which will integrate practical training and “live” maintenance training in Aviation Australia’s EASA Part 147 and General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) CAR 147 approved facility.
The students are excited to finish their studies in Australia and be able to experience student life in Brisbane for remainder of their course.
“The Aviation Australia’s students studying our Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering are progressing really well through their EASA Approved Basic Training Course and are looking forward to completing the remainder of their studies in Brisbane, Australia in October.” said Ms. Rachel Dudok, Aviation Australia’s International Sales & Business Development Manager.View news archive