What you will study..?
The Diploma of Aircraft Maintence Engineering Course is a pathway to EASA an Aircraft Maintenance Licence .
Asian Aviation Centre (AAC) and Aviation Australia (AA) are proud to offer a Sri Lankan twinning program making studying abroad a more affordable option to those who wish to pursue a career in aviation. The twinning program allows the students to complete a portion of their qualification at AAC in Sri Lanka, and then transfer to Aviation Australia.
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 around the globe.
By completing this course you will gain the following Qualifications:
- Diploma of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering
- EASA Certificate of Recognition
- GACC ( UAE Certificate of Recognition)
- CASA* (Australia Certificate of Recognition) *CASA outcome available as a course upgrade
With these qualifications and after completing the required aircraft maintenance experience with an Airline or MRO (Maintenance Repair Organisation), you will qualify for an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer license [EASA].
Another option open to you is to continue study with an Aviation Australia pathway University and work toward your Bachelor degree in an Aviation related field (e.g. Management, Engineering or Business)
Minimum age 17 years of age (students under 18 are subject to guardianship conditions)
Minimum of 6 passes at O/Levels including Mathematics, Science and English Credit or an equal qualification.
Academic IELTS score of 5.5 or certification from an approved English language pathway program.
18 months , first 6 month at AAC in Sri Lanka and 12 month at AA in Brisbane in Australia
Denotes course delivery at AAC
- Electrical Fundamentals
- Electronic Fundamentals
- Digital Techniques/Electronic Instrument Systems
- Materials and Hardware
- Basic Aerodynamics
- Human Factors
- Aviation Legislation (EASA)
Denotes course delivery at AA
- Maintenance Practices
- Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems
- Gas Turbine Engine
- Aviation Technical English
- Effective Leadership