AVI50215 – Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane)

Description

Starting out with ‘Effects of Controls’, earn a AVI50215 – Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane).

Our course can be completed on a full time basis and is designed to take you from no experience through to holding a Commercial Pilot Licence.

You are also able to study this course on our flexible part time schedule, of 16 hours a week, over 2 years.

Our course is designed to give you the required skills within our recommended allotment of hours. There are a range of payment options available including packages, finance or you can simply pay by the hour.

As a nationally recognised training organisation (RTO) our courses are fully audited and give you the peace of mind you are training with a quality assured organisation.

Human Factors
Meterology
Flight Rules & Air Law
Navigation
Aerodynamics
Aircraft General Knowledge
Operation, Performance & Flight Planning

Core units
AVIE4001 Maintain aircraft radio communications
AVIF0004 Implement aviation risk management processes
AVIF0005 Implement aviation fatigue risk management processes
AVIF0007 Implement threat and error management strategies
AVIF0008 Manage safe flight operations
AVIF0011 Manage aircraft passengers and cargo
AVIF0014 Manage human factors in aviation operations
AVIH0002 Plan a flight under visual flight rules
AVIH4001 Navigate aircraft under visual flight rules
AVILIC0001 Licence to operate a commercial aeroplane
AVIO0002 Manage disruptive behaviour and unlawful interference with aviation
AVIW4001 Manage pre- and post-flight actions
AVIW5018 Operate and manage aircraft systems
AVIY0001 Operate aircraft using aircraft flight instruments
AVIY0002 Operate in controlled airspace
AVIY0003 Operate in Class G airspace
AVIY0004 Operate at non-towered aerodromes
AVIY0005 Operate at a controlled aerodrome
AVIY0008 Apply aeronautical knowledge to aviation operations
AVIY0009 Apply the principles of civil air law to aviation operations
AVIY0018 Execute advanced aeroplane manoeuvres and procedures
AVIY0019 Manage abnormal aeroplane flight situations
AVIY4001 Control aeroplane on the ground
AVIY4002 Take off aeroplane
AVIY4003 Control aeroplane in normal flight
AVIY4004 Land aeroplane
AVIY4007 Manage aircraft fuel
AVIZ4001 Manage situational awareness in aircraft flight

Elective unit
AVIN0002 Supervise and manage safe flight operations as pilot in command

Occupations include:
• Commercial aeroplane pilot
• Military aeroplane pilot.

• Ground theory – this involves CASA endorsed flight instructor led institution based classroom delivery, workshops, seminars, tutorials and case studies.
• Practical In-Flight Training
• Flight Simulation
• Briefings

• Practical Demonstrations & Verbal Q&A
• Written Exams
• Assignments

Intakes for AVI50215 Diploma of Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane) are now open.

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Pre-Requisites

  • Minimum 18 years of age at the completion of the course
  • Hold or ability to hold a Class 1 Medical
  • Ability to hold an ASIC (Aviation Security Identification Card)

Benefits

  • Pilot an aircraft for hire or reward
  • Take your friends and family flying around the country
  • Continue your training by adding a Multi-Engine Endorsement, Instrument Rating or even an Instructor Rating
  • Build your hours towards an Air Transport Pilot Licence (ATPL)

Course Structure and Time Allocation

Lessons Description Duration
Dual Flight Training 80
Solo Flight Training 70
Sim Sim Flight Training 5
Theory Classroom 7 subjects
    Your Total: 155 hours

Course Start Dates

We typically run multiple intakes for this course each year. To see when the next course runs click here.

Cost

Please check out our course schedules page for the next start and fee structure.

Cost Inclusions:

  • Pre-solo, area solo and BAK
  • Course delivered via Ground Theory, Practical in-flight training and Simulator training
  • Basic navigation equipment, log books and maps

Cost Exclusions:

  • CASA exam fees
  • Additional training or tuition required to meet the standard
  • CASA flight testing fees
  • Landing charges and Air Services fees at aerodromes outside of Bacchus Marsh
142 CASA Approval
Students training towards a CPL Course on the Integrated 150 hour syllabus should be aware that there is an impending regulatory change that could significantly impact on the cost of your training. On September 1st 2018, many schools will lose the ability to continue delivering this course. By that date Flying Schools will have to have completed a Transition to a Part 141 or Part 142 School. 
The 141 school will only be able to continue delivering the 200 hour CPL. The higher level 142 Schools will have exclusive access to the 150 hour syllabus. To date, less than 5% schools have successfully Transitioned to a Part 142 Organisation 
APTA is one of those schools that has successfully transitioned. Your continued training is assured under the 150 hour Integratred Course. 
To students considering commencing training and anticipate their training going after September 1st 2018 they should ensure that their flight training provider has that 142 Approval. 
TVSA is pleased to share that as a member of the Australian Pilot Training Alliance, all TVSA students are guaranteed the 150 hour course.