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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING TRAINING

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AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE ENGINEERING TRAINING

AVIATION AUSTRALIA’S COURSES PROVIDE YOU WITH THE ESSENTIAL TRAINING REQUIRED TO BEGIN YOUR CAREER IN AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE MECHANICAL Mechanical engineers work on jet engines and aircraft systems such as flight controls, hydraulics and pressurisation. Many of these systems are now computer controlled which means that Aircraft Maintenance Engineers require thorough training in modern aircraft systems technology. AVIONICS Avionics engineers work on aircraft electrical, instrument, communication & navigation systems. These systems include complex computer technology and involve high tech equipment such as radar, electrical generators, navigation, communications, auto flight and digital systems to name a few. STRUCTURES Structures engineers repair and manufacture parts for the body of an aircraft. You will gain advanced hand skills and work with high tech materials ranging from aircraft grade metals to new generation materials such as carbon fibre, boron & Kevlar, the same materials found on space vehicles and Formula 1 race cars. Minimum entry requirements for all courses are Year 10 Maths and English, however it is preferable that you have successfully completed Year 11 or 12. During the enrolment and selection process you will be asked to select a preferred stream. Whilst this course requires examination passes in the following modules, Cert IV outcomes are competency based and require on the job assessments. MODULES INCLUDE: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Aviation English Aviation Mathematics Aviation Physics Effective Leadership in Maintenance New Supervisor Electrical Fundamentals Electronic Fundamentals Digital Techniques Aircraft Materials & Hardware Aircraft Maintenance Practices Basic Aerodynamics Human Factors Aviation Legislation (EASA) Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems Propulsion Gas Turbine Engines Piston Engine Propellers

For more information please contact: Lenore Johnson Ph: 07 3860 0999 E: lenore.johnson@aviationaustralia.aero

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COURSE DATES BRISBANE MECHANICAL

STRUCTURES

17 Jan 2011 14 Feb 2011 31 Jan 2011

AVIONICS

17 Jan 2011 31 Jan 2011

CAIRNS MECHANICAL

27 Jan 2011

STRUCTURES

AVIONICS

4 Jul 2011

*Government funding available for qualifying Queensland residents

Aviation Australia - Aircraft Maintenance Engineering  

Aviation Australia - Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

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