Our staff are qualified and experienced to deliver training and assessment relevant to the training products and services offered. We are committed to the ongoing professional development of our staff. Regularly assessor monitoring and peer review are conducted to continually improve assessment methods and training outcomes.
Assessment is conducted in accordance with AQTF standards (including Recognition of Prior Learning and Recognition of Current Competencies) and where necessary, arrangements for language, literacy or numeracy support are made.
At all times, we will provide adequate facilities, equipment and materials to create an environment that is conducive to successful learning.
Australian Aerospace (RTO 31530) is committed to meeting the Registered Training Organisation requirements for quality by:
Scope of Registration:
30859QLD Manage Human Factors in an Aviation Maintenance Team Environment
PUAFIR209B Work safely around aircraft
30734QLD Course in Instructor Operation Station (Simulator)
This course involves the skills, knowledge and attitudes required to manage human factors in an aviation maintenance environment including monitoring own performance, recognising errors and managing corrective action, managing stress, managing own physiological and psychological condition, maintaining situational awareness and maintaining disciplined behaviour.
At the successful completion of Module One students receive a Statement of Attainment for Conduct self in the Aviation Maintenance Environment - MEA118A and Manage Human Factors in an Aviation Maintenance Environment - QLD230MHA01A.
Recertification is required every 24 months to continue currency.
MRH90 Familiarisation Course
This course is conducted in two modules – Module One PUAFIR209B Work Safely Around Aircraft, provides students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes to work safely around the MRH90. Module Two MRH90 Aircraft Systems, an elective module, provides students with a deeper level working knowledge of specific MRH90 aircraft systems.
ARH Familiarisation Course
This course is conducted in two modules – Module One PUAFIR209B Work Safely Around Aircraft, provides students with the skills, knowledge and attitudes to work safely around the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter. Module Two ARH Aircraft Systems, an elective module, provides students with a deeper level working knowledge of specific ARH aircraft systems.
MRH90 Maintainers course
This course transitions aeroskills qualified technicians (Avionics, Aircraft, Life Support & Structures) onto the MRH90 in preparation for instructional roles within Australian Aerospace.
ARH Instructor Operator Station Course - 30734QLD
Courses: Australian Defence Force courses
Australian Aerospace is contracted to conduct transition stage training for all MRH90 ground training, including all technical (Avionics, Aircraft, Life Support, Structural), ground crew (Mission Support, Aircraft Support) and aircrew (Pilot & Aircrewmen academic blocks) personnel and associated trades (Systems Managers, etc). This training is being conducted at the MRH90 Training Centre in Townsville, Queensland.
Training delivered to the Australian Defence Force is conducted under a contracted partnership arrangement using the Australian Army RTO (0050) Scope of Registration. This includes but is not limited to the MEA07 Aeroskills Training Package and TDA03 Aviation Training Package.