Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Training

If you thought flying was all about pilots, guess again.

No aircraft anywhere leaves the ground without being checked by an engineer. Being an aircraft maintenance engineer means working on the most exciting and advanced technology in the world. So if an exciting and interesting career working as part of a dynamic team, on some of the newest and most powerful machines on the planet is for you, then there is no better job for you than this. Aircraft engineers are always in demand by airlines and aviation companies all over the world.

This job can take you all over Australia, to Asia, the Middle East and Europe. You can earn great pay, (in the Middle East tax free!), receive fabulous travel benefits for you and your family and all this starts with us here at Aviation Australia.

Aviation Australia's courses provide you with the essential training required to begin your career in Aircraft Maintenance. We also offer courses for employees already in the industry who are looking to upskill or advance their careers.

Aviation Australia’s Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering training is approved and recognised by both the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for the purposes of aircraft maintenance engineer licensing. EASA sets the world standard for aircraft maintenance engineering allowing Aviation Australia graduates to pursue careers in aircraft maintenance in Australia and around the globe.

Available Courses

  • Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Me chanical TB1
  • Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Avionics TB2
  • Dual Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – TB1 and TB2

Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Mechanical TB1

General

Age 18+ (17 years will be considered on a case by case situation)

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 is an IELTS result with an overall band score of 5.5 and no sub band below 5.0
  • Completion of a suitable qualification from an Aviation Australia English Pathway school listed instead of an IELTS certificate
  • Sunsea may be approached for further information on IELTS including testing centres in your country, and booking and registration.

Visa Requirements

  • International applicants wishing to enrol in this program with Aviation Australia will require 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 structured theory and practical tuition delivered over 18 months.

Course Modules

Technical Aviation Language
Mathematics
Physics
Digital Techniques/Electronic Instruments
Maintenance Practices
Human Factors
Airplane Aerodynamics Structures and Systems  Propellers

Effective Leadership and Maintenance
Electrical Fundamentals
Electronic Fundamentals
Materials and Hardware
Basic Aerodynamics
Aviation Legislation (EASA)
Gas Turbine Engines

Course Delivery

  • Classroom based theory
  • Online study and examinations
  • Blended online and traditional classroom revision delivery.
  • Practical hands on training using using innovative training aides and a wide range of static aircraft.

Course Outcome

Upon successful completion, individuals will receive a:

  • Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Mechanical TB1
  • Certificate of Recognition (EASA or CASA) of regulatory authority examination credits 

Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Avionics TB2

General

Age 18+ (17 years will be considered on a case by case situation)

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 is an IELTS result with an overall band score of 5.5 and no sub band below 5.0
  • Completion of a suitable qualification from an Aviation Australia English Pathway school listed instead of an IELTS certificate
  • Sunsea may be approached for further information on IELTS including testing centres in your country, and booking and registration.

Visa Requirements

  • International applicants wishing to enrol in this program with Aviation Australia will require 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 structured theory and practical tuition delivered over 18 months.

Course Modules

Technical Aviation Language
Mathematics
Physics
Digital Techniques/Electronic Instruments
Maintenance Practices
Human Factors
Aircraft Aerodynamics Structures and Systems (Avionics)

Effective Leadership and Maintenance
Electrical Fundamentals
Electronic Fundamentals
Materials and Hardware
Basic Aerodynamics
Aviation Legislation (EASA)
Propulsion

Course Delivery

  • Classroom based theory
  • Online study and examinations
  • Blended online and traditional classroom revision delivery.
  • Practical hands on training using innovative training aides and a wide range of static aircraft.

Course Outcome

Upon successful completion, individuals will receive a:

  • Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Mechanical TB1
  • Certificate of Recognition (EASA or CASA) of regulatory authority examination credits 

Dual Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

General

Age 18+ (17 years will be considered on a case by case situation)

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 is an IELTS result with an overall band score of 5.5 and no sub band below 5.0
  • Completion of a suitable qualification from an Aviation Australia English Pathway school listed instead of an IELTS certificate
  • Sunsea may be approached for further information on IELTS including testing centres in your country, and booking and registration.

Visa Requirements

  • International applicants wishing to enrol in this program with Aviation Australia will require 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 structured theory and practical tuition delivered over 2 years.

Course Modules

Technical Aviation Language
Mathematics
Physics
Digital Techniques/Electronic Instruments
Maintenance Practices
Human Factors
Aircraft Aerodynamics Structures and Systems (Avionics)

Effective Leadership and Maintenance
Electrical Fundamentals
Electronic Fundamentals
Materials and Hardware
Basic Aerodynamics
Aviation Legislation (EASA)
Propulsion

Electives

  • Aeroplane Aerodynamics Structures and Systems
  • Helicopter Aerodynamics Structures and Systems
  • Propeller Systems
  • Piston Engines
  • Gas Turbine Engines

Course Delivery

  • Classroom based theory
  • Online study and examinations
  • Blended online and traditional classroom revision delivery.
  • Practical hands on training using using innovative training aides and a wide range of static aircraft.

Course Outcome

Upon successful completion, individuals will receive a:

  • Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Mechanical TB1
  • Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering – Avionics TB2 
  • Certi­ficate of Recognition (EASA or CASA) of regulatory authority examination credits