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Please contact: Aviation Australia
Mail: PO Box 1038, Eagle Farm,
Queensland, 4009 AUSTRALIA
Whatever your aviation career path, Aviation Australia delivers the kind of real-world training conducted
and required by the world’s leading airlines. It’s a complete learning and lifestyle experience from which
you’ll emerge well-qualified and well-equipped to begin a career where the sky is the limit.
But we’re more than just an outstanding
training facility. We’re a vibrant, dynamic
community of students and staff from all
over the planet, so there’s a great diversity
of languages, cultures and experiences that
combine in a healthy, tolerant community
of people with a shared sense of purpose.
A career in aviation can bring you prestige,
respect, security and financial reward,
but to be sure that your career gets off
to a flying start, you need the sort of
professional training that ensures your
qualifications are internationally respected.
Since its creation by the Queensland
Government in 2001, Aviation Australia has
been providing genuine world-class training
for aircraft engineers and cabin crew for
Australian and international markets, with
an excellent record for successful graduates.
A high percentage of our more than 1000
graduates are employed worldwide or
continuing with further studies.
Our team of lecturers and instructors is
made up of highly experienced people from
every area of the international aviation
and aerospace industries, so you can be
confident that you’ll graduate from your
course with a level of skill and knowledge
that is up to date, relevant and a great
advantage when seeking employment.
You’ll train in an impressive, modern
facility located within the operational
precinct of the Brisbane International and
Domestic Airport, so from the beginning
you’ll experience a real-world learning
environment. You’ll have access to a range
of fixed and rotary wing aircraft, well-
equipped workshops, cabin simulators,
door trainers, survival rafts and authentic
simulated operational environments.
This is practical, hands-on training that’s
challenging, exciting and interesting.
Aircraft maintenance engineering
The only qualifications worth having are
those that are immediately recognised
and respected anywhere in the world, and
that’s exactly what Aviation Australia can
give you. Our graduates are highly sought
after by international airlines and aviation
companies. You’ll find them working for
the likes of the Australian Defence Force,
Qantas, GE Aviation, Boeing Defence
Australia, Etihad Airways and Air Asia.
You can choose a single diploma specialising
in the mechanical or avionics categories,
get aboard our accelerated dual diploma
program, or even get on-the-job-training.
Flight attendant training
Aviation Australia trains flight attendants
to an exceptionally high standard that
places our graduates on the ‘first choice’
recruitment list of both domestic and
international airlines. You’ll learn basic
aviation theory and receive practical,
hands-on training in handling emergencies,
evacuations, fires, first aid (medical)
situations, security, customer service,
personal grooming and much more.
When you choose to train as an
Aviation Australia aircraft maintenance
engineer or flight attendant, you’re
choosing a career path on which you
really will rise above the ordinary.
To launch your career in aviation,
contact us or your local agent today!
At Aviation Australia, we understand the
challenges of finding your way in a foreign
country. Our Student Services Team is here
to help you in every way possible to adapt
to the Australian lifestyle and culture so you
can focus on your studies without other
Our Student Services Officers are caring and
supportive people with a terrific amount
of experience, resources and contacts.
They’re able to assist you with every aspect
of settling into the student life, from
accommodation and academic guidance to
career advice and student mentoring.
With our help, you’ll soon feel right at
At Aviation Australia, we
understand the challenges
of finding your way in a
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