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Aviation Australia – Brisbane, QLD

E1, E4, E5 Exclusion Removal Training Instructor-Led

Our E1, E4, E5 exclusion removal training is designed to completely satisfy the theory and practical training requirements in order to lift electrical exclusions E1, E4 and E5 from your CASR Part 66 B category licence.

Now only 20 days theory!

Type: Practical   Duration: 10 training days – $3,000

Type: Theory     Duration: 20 training days – $4,450 

For further course information and Brisbane course dates please click the link: https://www.aviationaustralia.aero/course/e1-e4-e5/

*** Note:   Aviation Australia offer financial ALAEA members a 10% discount on this course at point of enrolment***

 

CASR Part 66 Practical Competency Training

We offer a range of quality cross category practical competency training, to become compliant for the application of the licence sought, in our world leading CAR 30 AMO/Part 147 MTO facilities at Brisbane Airport. 

 

CASR Part 66 B2 to B1.1 Licence Practical Competency Training

Type: Practical   Duration: 5 Days – $2,250 

For further course information and Brisbane course dates please click the link: https://www.aviationaustralia.aero/course/b2-to-b1/

 

CASR Part 66 B2 to B1.3 Licence Practical Competency Training

Type: Practical   Duration: 5 days – $2,250 

For further course information and Brisbane course dates please click the link: https://www.aviationaustralia.aero/course/b2-to-b1-3/

 

CASR Part 66 B1 to B2 Licence Practical Competency Training

Type: Practical   Duration: 5 Days – $2,250 

For further course information and Brisbane course dates please click the link: https://www.aviationaustralia.aero/course/b1-to-b2/

 

Aircraft Type Training

 

AgustaWestland AW139 B1.3 theory and POC exclusion removal (E1,E4 &E5)

Aviation Australia and HeliTSA have partnered to offer the very best Part 147 approved aircraft type training – AW139 – B1.3 theory and Practical On Course (POC) exclusion removal (E1,E4 & E5); this course is contexualised to specifically cover the ATA chapters associated with exclusions E1, E4 & E5.

Type: Combination          Duration: 8 days – $8,800

For further course information and Brisbane course dates please click the link: https://www.aviationaustralia.aero/course/aw139-lert/

 

Beechcraft 300 Series King Air (PWC PT6) B1.1 theory and POC

Aviation Australia are now offering CASR Part 147 approved Beechcraft 300 Series King Air (PWC PT6) B1.1 aircraft type training in East Sale, Victoria.

Type: Theory     Duration: 15 days-$8,000 

Type: Practical   Duration: 7 days – $4,000 

For further course information and course dates please click the link: https://www.aviationaustralia.aero/course/beech-king-air/

 

Aviation Australia is also currently developing an OJT pathway for AgustaWestland AW139 and Beechcraft 300 Series King Air, for engineers seeking an initial type rating, more information coming soon!

 

CASR Part 66 Module 10 Aviation Legislation (CASA)

CASR Part 66 Module 10 Aviation Legislation (formerly known under the CAR31 system as “CASA Basic AA”) is one of the basic knowledge modules required in order to be eligible to apply for a CASR Part 66 A or B Category Licence. Aviation Australia offers a five day, instructor-led course that covers the entire syllabus and includes both the examination and essay which are conducted on the last day of course. Module 10 is the only Part 66 module that CASA allow engineers to sit in lieu of the CASA Basic AA.

Type: Theory     Duration: 5 days – $1,000 

For further course information and course dates for Cairns & Brisbane please click the link: https://www.aviationaustralia.aero/course/module-10/

Aviation Australia offers complete and portable world-class technical and technical support training solutions for individuals and companies alike, always with a dedicated focus on professionalism, innovation, team-work and quality.

 

Part 66 Programs

  • EASA Part 66 (Europe)
  • CASR Part 66 (Australia)

Type Training & Licensing

  • Beechcraft King Air/PT6 Interface
  • Boeing 737NG (CFM56) B1/B2 Type Course
  • Dash 8 100/200/300 B1.1
  • Dash 8 100/200/300 B2
  • Part 66 B1 Conversion Theory
  • Part 66 B2 Conversion Practical

Short Courses

  • Effective Leadership in Maintenance
  • Composite Repair Techniques
  • Part 145 EASA Awareness
  • Electro Static Discharge Awareness
  • Aviation Logistics – Goods Receipt and Dispatch
  • Revised Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM)
  • Part 145 Fuel Tank Safety
  • Category II-III (all weather operations)
  • Required Navigation Performance
  • Environmental Work Practices
  • Implement and Monitor Environmental Work Practices
  • Aviation Legislation (CASA)
  • Part 145 Awareness Training
  • Part 145 Human Factors Training

Skills Recognition

  • Certificate II in Aircraft Line Maintenance (A Category Licence)
  • Certificate IV in Aeroskills
  • Diploma of Aeroskills (B Category Licence)
  • Removal of Exclusions for CASR 66

For more information on available courses, course dates and pricing you can contact Aviation Australia directly on (+61) 7 3860 0900 or visit www.aviationaustralia.aero 

 

TAFE NSW – Padstow

The ALAEA is now accepting expressions of interest for enrolments for a third B1 Exclusion Removal Course offered by Padstow TAFE.

The cost is as advertised $3500 for members and AMEs and $5,500 for non-members.

A draft classroom schedule has been prepared by TAFE NSW and is due to commence on the 16th of October 2017 in a modular format.

The final go-ahead for the course will depend on minimum numbers.

By enrolling now you will secure your spot, receive immediately – Course Material, OJT – Journal for Practical Experience which you can start filling out now. The RPL interview will be held on the orientation day.

What do I need to do?

Email the ALAEA at training@alaea.asn.au to confirm your interest. You’ll receive an invoice, direct debit form and you’ll need to complete the TAFE NSW enrolment process. Once payment arrangements are finalised you’ll receive your course pack.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
B1.1 ‘E1&4 and E5’ removals
Suggested Attendance Pattern for 2017/2018

Class Times Monday – Friday
Classes Start 0900
Lunch 1200-1230
Classes End 1530

RPL/Introduction
16 October 2017
E1 DC Inductors and Capacitors (12 hours)
17 October to the 18th October 2017 Exam date 18 October, time 1pm

E2 AC theory 1 (30 Hours)
23rd to the 27th October 2017 Exam date 27 October, time 1pm

E3 AC theory 2 (30 Hours)
6th to the 10th November 2017 Exam date 10 November, time 1pm

E4 Analogue Fundamentals (15 Hours)

20th to the 22th November 2017 (12am finish) Exam date and time
22th November, 10am.

E5 Electrical Power and Lighting (30 Hours)

5th to the 9th February 2018
Exam date and time 9th February, 1pm.

E6 Digital Techniques (30 Hours)

19th to the 23rd February 2018 Exam date and time 23rd February 1pm.

E7 Instrument Systems (18 Hours)

5th to the 9th March 2018
Exam date and time 9th March, 1pm.

E8 Electronic and Digital Aircraft Systems (18 Hours)
19th to the 21st March 2018 Exam date and time 21st March, 1pm.

E9 Aircraft Communication and navigation Systems (30 Hours)
3rd to the 6th April 2018
Exam date and time 6th April, 1pm.

E10 Soldering and Crimping Practical (if required) (12 Hours)
11 to the 12th April 2018
Exam date and time Practical assessment.

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