So you want to do your Multi- Engine IFR training and become a Commercial Pilot?!

Work smarter not harder this year and complete your Multi-Engine IFR Training while you build your hours towards a Commercial Pilot Licence.

The road to the captain’s seat looks long and complex. Why not make it simple and take a step in the right direction with TVSA’s AVI50415 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating).

We are now taking applications for our 2019 start dates – And the best thing? We are now enroling students who have no previous flight training. That’s right – you can enrol with 0 hours in your logbook!

This Diploma will see you complete over 160 hours of flight training plus  your Multi-Engine IFR Endorsement. These hours will contribute directly to your CPL – meaning are more than half of the way through your Commercial Flight Training.

With loans and financial services available to eligible students, we are making it easier for you to reach your goals.


Private Pilot Licence

Private Pilot Licence

You will kick off your training by attaining your Private Pilot Licence – all test fees are included in your tuition.



Once you have conquered your PPL you will begin your navigation hour building and your IREX Theory.

Instrument Flight

Instrument Flight

Now time for your instrument flight training which will introduce you to night flying.

Multi Engine IFR

Multi Engine IFR

Now, the fun part! In the final stage, you will focus solely on your Multi-Engine IFR training.

Financial Services

Why Choose Us

  • TVSA Pilot Training is a growing school with plans to develop 60 new jobs over the next 12 months.

  • There are no landing or parking fee’s at Bacchus Marsh Airport.

  • Bacchus Marsh’s uncontrolled airspace means less time on the ground and more time in the air.

  • Low traffic airport with TVSA being the only GA flight training school onsite.

  • TVSA Pilot Training is proudly a Part 142 School.

Course Requirements

  • Minimum 18 years of age at the completion of the course

  • Hold or ability to hold a Class 2 Medical

  • Ability to hold an ASIC (Aviation Security Identification Card)

  • Students must also undertake a pre-training review to ensure course suitability.  This involves:

    A pre-training review interview

    A Language, Literacy & Numeracy Test with a minimum mark of 3 for all areas (Reading, writing, learning, numeracy and oral).

    A brief interview with a Flight Instructor to determine suitability to be a pilot

    A flight simulator test to determine aptitude for flying and achieve a minimum score of 11

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