TRAIN FOR A CAREER IN THE AIRCRAFT INDUSTRY
FOR people who thought flying was all about pilots, think again.
With the complexity of electrical systems on aircraft, it’s no surprise electronic professionals are needed. For an aircraft to leave the ground, it requires an astounding number of maintenance engineers to work on them, including the vital role of qualified avionics engineers, otherwise known as electronic professionals for aircraft.
Every new aircraft type that comes into service brings with it cutting-edge technology such as fly-by-wire, fly-bylight and even artificial intelligence. Avionics engineering is a field of expertise where the tempo of change and discovery is dynamic. Studying a Certificate IV in Aeroskills — Avionics at Aviation Australia will put people right at that cutting-edge.
Progressing on, the Diploma qualification underpins the knowledge and skills required to become an avionics licenced maintenance engineer.
To enrol in Aviation Australia’s January 2019 intake, contact Lyn Sank by calling 3860 0923.
Meanwhile, the role of a flight attendant encompasses so much more than what meets the eye, which is why Aviation Australia has developed a course to meet the unexpected demands of the role and to provide confidence.
“I always thought that being cabin crew would be nothing too difficult … serving food and drinks, how hard could it be?” Aviation Australia flight attendant alumni, Hannah Spitzke, said.
“I had no idea what I was in for. I learnt so much at Aviation Australia; from arming and disarming a door, opening and closing exits, conducting evacuations in the case of an emergency … and that was just the start.”
Aviation Australia’s cabin crew preparation course places students in real life situations, enabling them to learn how to respond to specific situations.
Not only this, but students are provided with the opportunity to train with industry professionals on world-class flight safety facilities – the same facilities that renowned airlines use to conduct their own staff training.
While knowledge of the role and the industry is vital, self-confidence is just as important.
So, for people who like the idea of working in a diverse, exhilarating and unique role, take the first step to a career in the sky and enrol in Aviation Australia’s flight attendant career training. Tel: 3860 0900 aviationaustralia.aero