This Aeroskills qualification applies to employees of civil Aviation Maintenance Organisations (AMOs) or to members of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) who are engaged in the repair and modification of aircraft structures. The qualification defines the exit from apprenticeship and may apply to work performed in hangers on the structure of complete aircraft and to work performed in workshops on structural components. Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Structures) comprises nineteen (19) units of competency, as follows:
- fourteen (14) core units consisting of common, imported and technical stream units
- five (5) elective technical stream units from Group A
What you neeed to know
- What are the dates of this course?
INTAKE 1: 5 February 2018 - December 2021
INTAKE 2: 23 July 2018 - December 2021
Option 3: By arrangement with employers due to enterprise capability in student release times
- How long to complete this course
- 36 weeks fulltime with semester breaks.
- What fees are payable?
$ 2,000 (GST Free) Apprenticeship NSW government subsidised fee
$ 3,820 (GST Free) Targeted Priorities Full Qualification - NSW Government Subsidised Fee
$ 17,190 (GST Free) Non subsidised fee
RPL can be conducted at anytime through negotiation with individuals and employers and cost will be based on individual assessment.
Concessions and exemptions are available for eligible students
Additional Course Costs
Building Levy: $450 per year payable on enrolment and then yearly
Course Resources: $250 per year
Textbooks will be approximately $500
- Do I study in Tamworth?
- Yes. You will need to be in Tamworth for 36 weeks to attend full-time face to face training.
- Is accommodation available in Tamworth near the campus?
- Yes. Please contact Russell Hodgkins on +61 2 6768 2084 for more details.
- Do I need an apprenticeship with an employer?
- No - but we recommend you do.
- Does my Certificate course give me credits for a diploma course?
- Yes. This Certificate IV will gain credits towards a Diploma.
- Does my Certificate course count as credit towards a CASA or EASA qualification?
- Yes. Our RTO is a Part 147 provider. See the CASA website for more information about CASA and EASA qualifications http://www.casa.gov.au/scripts/nc.dll?WCMS:STANDARD::pc=PC_90491
- What about gaining credit for past courses or my professional experience?
- TAFE NSW can recognize the skills and knowledge you might have gained in previous courses, the workplace or life experience. You will need complete a Recognised Prior Learning (RPL) assessment in order to gain credits. Contact Russell Hodgkins on +61 2 6768 2084 for more details.
- Career Expectations
- Boeing predicts 650,000 maintenance engineers will be needed by global aviation industries by 2030. Completion of this course begins your journey to become an aircraft maintenance engineer (AME) with a civilian airline or maintenance and repair organization (MRO). Our Cert IV is nationally and internationally recognised.
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Year 10 or above and good Mathematics and English proficiency.