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Dual Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering - Mechanical TB1 & Avionics TB2

Course Overview

If you are a self sponsored international student interested in computers and electronics, navigation and communication systems, as well as working on aircraft and large powerful engines, flight control systems, pneumatic and hydraulic systems, then the Dual Diploma course is for you.

This course is designed to meet the academic requirements of the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) for internationally recognised licensing. The course is designed to provide you with the necessary skills for employment with international and domestic airlines and other aviation industry as an aircraft maintenance engineer. During the course you will maintain, inspect and undertake fault diagnosis of aircraft, electrical, electronic, instruments and radio systems. You will also gain the knowledge to maintain, inspect and undertake fault diagnosis of airframe and engine systems, components and accessories on aircraft.

You will gain skills in analysis, design, planning, execution and evaluation across a range of technical and management functions including development of new criteria, applications, knowledge or procedures. You will be able to demonstrate a command of wide-ranging, highly specialised technical, creative or conceptual skills.

Course Outcome

Upon completion, students will receive a:

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

Course Modules

Techncical Aviation Language
Effective Leadership and Maintenance
Mathematics
Electrical Fundamentals
Physics
Electronic Fundamentals
Digital Techniques/Electronic Instruments
Materials and Hardware
Maintenance Practices
Basic Aerodynamics
Human Factors
Aviation Legislation (EASA)
Aircraft Aerodynamics Structures and Systems (Avionics)
Propulsion

Electives

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

Educational Requirements

Recognised educational qualification equivalent to Australian Year 12 is recommended, Year 10 equivalency will be considered at Aviation Australia’s discretion with completion of an online proficiency test.
Above average grades in English, Mathematics, Science or Industrial Technology subjects

English Language Requirements

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
For students from most countries a lower band score will be considered if  the applicant can prove an equivalent level through completion of an Aviation Australia approved ELICOS course 

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