Acquire the essential skills for a rewarding career in aviation maintenance with a TAFE NSW aviation maintenance course. You'll gain highly sought-...
Upgrade your CASR Part 66 B1.1 category licence with the skills to troubleshoot, fabricate, and repair electrical systems and components. Acquire advanced skills, open up employment opportunities, and make yourself a more desirable employee.
Holders of a CASR Part 66 B1 category licence will acquire advanced skills. This opens up employment opportunities as you learn to troubleshoot advanced aircraft electrical systems and install, remove and certify avionic system components.
Learn a wide range of practical aviation and mechanical skills on your way to becoming a licensed aircraft maintenance engineer. Train on real aircraft and work in civilian or military aviation where your unique skills will be in high demand.
Aviation Maintenance course information
It’s easy to balance work and study with a TAFE NSW aviation maintenance course.
Who is an aviation maintenance course good for?
If you're detail-oriented, love problem solving and have a passion for aviation, a career in aviation maintenance might be your ideal fit. Being disciplined and safety conscious are crucial traits for succes...
Aviation maintenance career paths
Investing your time and energy into an aviation maintenance course provides you with several great career options to choose from:
Aircraft maintenance engineers conduct routine inspec...
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