Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot – Visual Line of Sight) AVI30616
Category: Remote Pilot Available For: Students
The Certificate III in Aviation (Remote Pilot – Visual Line of Sight) AVI30616 allows you to apply for a Remote Pilot Licence (RePL), and complete important steps in being able to legally operate a drone for any kind of business purpose. It will also allow you to fly without many of the weight or operating restrictions applied to recreational users.
You will also receive an Aeronautical Radio Operators Certificate (AROC) and an English Language Proficiency (ELP) Test Certification. This is a CASA requirement to use aviation VHF radios, which are needed when flying near aerodromes and helipads.
Your training will take place at Aviation Australia’s campus located at Brisbane Airport, as well as Remote Aviation’s facility in Sumner. A minimum of ten hours practical flight training will be conducted in an RPA safe area near Sumner.
- Minimum age of 15 years
- Recommended completion of Year 10, or equivalent.
- Certificate III in Aviation (Remote pilot – Visual Line of Sight) AVI30316
- Remote Pilot Licence (RePL) – subject to CASA approval and issuance
- Aeronautical Radio Operators Certificate (AROC)
- English Language Proficiency Test Certification (ELP) – CASA Requirement
Units of Competency
|AVIE0001||Operate Aeronautical Radio|
|AVIF0013||Manage human factors in remote pilot aircraft systems operations|
|AVIF3023||Apply regulations and policies during remote pilot aircraft systems operations|
|AVIH3019||Navigate remote pilot aircraft systems|
|AVIK3002||Use infotechnology devices in an aviation workplace|
|AVIW3037||Manage remote pilot aircraft systems pre- and post-flight actions|
|AVIW3038||Operate and manage remote pilot aircraft systems|
|AVIY3073||Control remote pilot aircraft systems on the ground|
|AVIY3074||Launch remote pilot aircraft systems|
|AVIY3075||Control remote pilot aircraft systems in normal flight|
|AVIY3076||Recover remote pilot aircraft systems|
|AVIY3077||Manage remote pilot aircraft systems in abnormal flight situations|
|AVIY3078||Manage remote pilot aircraft systems energy source requirements|
|AVIZ3052||Apply situational awareness in remote pilot aircraft systems operations|
Recognition of Prior Learning
You may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning if you have relevant studies, qualifications and/or experience. These may be assessed for certification against this course.
Please contact us for more details.
Training Hours and Location
All courses are 7 days in length on weekdays only.
2 days theory (Avaition Australia campus, Brisbane airport).
5 days practical/theory (Remote Aviation facility, Sumner).
Training hours are 8am – 5pm.
- 80 hours of online study
- Seven (7) days of face to face training, including 10 hours of practical flight training and assessment.
How do I Enrol?
Select your preferred course dates below.
If you would like to discuss further, please contact us on:
Phone: +61 7 3860 0900
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Start: 24 September 2018
End: 2 October 2018
Duration: 7 days Type: C