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Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

If you’re interested in becoming an aircraft maintenance engineer and building a career ensuring aircraft are ready for flight, then this is the course for you. The Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering is offered in both the Mechanical (TB1) and Avionics (TB2) specialisations.

Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Mechanical (TB1) 10599NAT
CRICOS course code: 094988F

Mechanical Diploma students learn the skills to maintain jet engines, brake and undercarriage systems, structural components, cabin pressurisation, fuel and pneumatic components, flight controls, hydraulics and much more. 

Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Avionics (TB2) 10600NAT
CRICOS course code: 094987G

Avionics Diploma students study the avionics and electrical control systems within an aircraft as well as the repair and maintenance processes that apply to these systems. With every new type of aircraft launched, there are new avionics technologies such as fly-by-wire, fly-by-light and even artificial intelligence. This is a field of expertise which is dynamic and evolving.

Classes are 5 days per week – Monday to Thursday 7:30am to 2:30pm and Friday 7:30am to 12:30pm. Hours may differ slightly during practical training.

Duration: 90 weeksNRT



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