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    International Student Programme Guide Effective January 2015 CRICOS Code: 02416D Course CRICOS Codes: 080122E (Certificate IV in Aviation) / 065685F (Diploma of Aviation)  Airline Academy of Australia Pty Ltd Page 2 1.   CONTENTS 2. ACADEMY PROFILE ...............................................................................................................................................................3 2.1 Capability ...................................................................................................................................................................................................3 2.2 Location .......................................................................................................................................................................................................3 2.3 Facilities ......................................................................................................................................................................................................3 3. OUR AIRCRAFT FLEET ........................................................................................................................................................4 3.1 Aircraft – Single Engine (RA-Aus) ...................................................................................................................................................4 3.2 Aircraft – Single Engine (VH) .............................................................................................................................................................4 3.3 Aircraft – Twin-Engine .........................................................................................................................................................................4 3.4 Professional Simulators .......................................................................................................................................................................4 4. OUR PROGRAMMES ...............................................................................................................................................................5 4.1 RA-Aus Recreational Pilot Certificate ..........................................................................................................................................5 4.2 Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL) ......................................................................................................................................................6 4.3 Private Pilot Licence (PPL) .................................................................................................................................................................7 4.1 Commercial Pilot Licence (Certificate IV in Aviation) ...........................................................................................................8 4.2 MECIR - Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating (Diploma of Aviation) ........................................................... 10 5. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ................................................................................................................................. 11 5.1 Pricing Methodology .......................................................................................................................................................................... 11 5.2 Visas ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 5.3 Overseas Student Health Cover (OSHC)................................................................................................................................. 11 5.4 Recognition for Prior Learning ...................................................................................................................................................... 11 5.5 Studying Part Time .............................................................................................................................................................................. 11 5.6 Syllabus ..................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 6. ENQUIRIES & ENROLMENTS ................................................................................................................................... 12 6.1 Entry Requirements ........................................................................................................................................................................... 12 6.2 How To Enrol ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 12 6.3 Contact the Academy International Office ............................................................................................................................. 12  Airline Academy of Australia Pty Ltd Page 3 2.   ACADEMY PROFILE 2.1   Capability The Airline Academy of Australia is owned and operated by the Royal Queensland Aero Club Limited, the oldest flying school in Australia. With over 100 years of proud history, the Academy plays a significant role in the Australian aviation industry and is renowned for excellence in safe, comprehensive aviation training. The Academy is Australia’s largest member-owned integrated aviation training organisation and is one of only 7 flight training providers appointed globally to deliver ab-initio training through the Jeppesen Flight Training Network, which is part of the Boeing Pilot Development Programme. The Academy is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO) offering pilot, aircraft maintenance engineer and flight attendants courses to Australian and international students under CRICOS registration number 02416D. Principal flight training courses include: ã   Recreational Pilot Certificate (RA-AUS) ã   Recreational Pilot Licence (CASA) ã   Private Pilot Licence (CASA) ã   Commercial Pilot Licence (CASA) ã   Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating (CASA) ã   Specialist ratings & endorsements as well as Airline Transport Pilots Licence (ATPL) practical and Airline Bridge & advanced programmes. The Academy is also proud to deliver the Graduate Diploma of Flight Management programme for local universities and has been appointed as exclusive aviation training provider for Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport – Australia’s newest airport. The Academy is renowned for training programmes compliant with the licencing requirements of Australian and international aviation regulatory authorities. The Academy's specialist aviation professionals can provide advice and recommend training courses that suit the specific aviation career aspirations of international students and meet the needs of airline clients. Authority is held by senior Academy flight instructors to deliver training as required under CASA Regulations (CASR Part 61.T). 2.2   Location The Academy's training base at Archerfield Airport, 25 minutes from central Brisbane city, provides one of the safest and most ideal flight training environments in the world. The Airport has a manned control tower, year round good weather and no large aircraft. It also provides direct access to ideal training grounds over a range of terrain and beautiful locations such as the famous Gold Coast region. The Academy’s second campus is located in Toowoomba at Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport (WTB) - a large, modern airport that services Queensland’s south western mining industry and Australia’s second largest agricultural basin. This dynamic region offers a wealth of opportunities for commercial pilots and as the campus is located on the western side of the Great Diving Range, students enjoy some of the most advantageous weather conditions in the country. 2.3   Facilities The Academy campus buildings enter directly onto the Archerfield and Wellcamp airport grounds where students have access to our extensive fleet of single and multi-engine aircraft. Within the campuses, students enjoy multiple lecture and training rooms, an operational aircraft maintenance hangar, on-site training aids, an iPad lounge, several professional simulators, a boutique espresso bar, kitchen facilities, bar and lounge facilities and at Archerfield, a pilot supply shop, and a memorabilia centre which showcases the history of the Royal Queensland Aero Club’s 100 years in the industry. The local multi-cultural community at each campus provides a complete range of support services including a number of accommodation options.  Airline Academy of Australia Pty Ltd Page 4 3.   OUR AIRCRAFT FLEET The Academy operates an extensive fleet of training aircraft (both analogue and glass cockpit) and several professional flight simulators. A variety of aircraft type options are available for students within the single and twin engine aircraft fleets. This provides students with flexibility as well as options regarding specialist aircraft for specific endorsements and ratings. The Academy utilises the Cessna 172 SP (C172SP) model aircraft, a four seat single engine aircraft powered by a Lycoming IO-360-L2A fuel; injected 4 cylinder 160hp engine with a fixed pitch propeller. It is fitted with a Garmin 1000 (G1000) glass cockpit and has fixed undercarriage. Glass cockpit experience is encouraged for those wishing to progress to CPL or above. The Academy has an extensive fleet and as such, a range of other aircraft types and variants can be utilised by students for their integrated CPL programme. Following is a sample of some of our aircraft and simulators regularly used by students. 3.1   Aircraft – Single Engine (RA-Aus) ã   Sling 2 (RA-Aus Registered) ã   FK Polaris (RA-Aus Registered)   3.2   Aircraft – Single Engine (VH) ã   Single Engine - Cessna 172 R / S / SP ã   Cessna 172RG (retractable undercarriage) ã   Citabria (Aerobatic) 3.3   Aircraft – Twin-Engine ã   Cessna 310 (retractable undercarriage) ã   Tecnam P2006T (retractable undercarriage) 3.4   Professional Simulators ã   Redbird FMX 1000 – configurable full motion simulators ã   Boeing 737-800 – fixed base, CASA approved, synthetic training device
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