International students join us from around the world to learn their skills from an international award winning airline, while visiting a destination many people have on their must see list.
International airlines also sponsor their apprentices to train with us so they to can take advantage of the world-class training available provided in one of the safest locations globally.
Lessons learnt and innovation from the operational environment transfer into our training programmes, ensuring they are best fit for industry, and you.
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An EASA basic course certificate is the most sought after industry qualification for those joining the industry in aircraft maintenance. Most airlines and maintenance companies globally will recognise this qualification directly or be able to cross credit towards a local equivalent.
The Aviation Institute’s EASA 147 approved basic aircraft maintenance course is made up of two individual qualifications allowing students to complete them separately as resources or time allows, or as a single combined 2 year course.
A 36 week introduction to a career in aircraft maintenance. This Certificate is also the first 36 weeks of the Aviation Institute's EASA approved course, and is a pre-requisite for a trainee-ship at Air New Zealand Engineering and Maintenance.
Graduates of the New Zealand Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering programme can continue their studies and training by working towards a maintenance licence by undertaking the Diploma programme in a mechanical B1.1 or B2 avionic strand. Aligned with EASA Part 66 the Diploma includes EASA licence examinations.
A formal pathway for EASA B1.1 course graduates to complete a degree in Aircraft Maintenance and Airworthiness Engineering, provided by the University Limerick.
A formal pathway for EASA B1.1 or B2 course graduates to complete a degree in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, provided by the University of South Wales
PE18C4 NZ Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering (EASA 66/147 Approved B1.1/B2)
New Zealand Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering (Related Technology) - Level 3 plus New Zealand Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering (European Regulations) - Level 5. EASA Approved 147/66 B1.1 or B2 Basic Aircraft Course. Course Fees - International Students NZD$62,100.00 (2 years). Additional course costs approx NZD$528.00. Pre-requisite: 18 years of age, Air NZ Placement Test and IELTS 5.5 English language or equivalent.
R7003 ATR 42-500/72-212A Line and Base Maintenance B1/B2
30 training days Approvals: EASA B1/B2, CASA B1/B2, CAANZ Pre-requisite: AME Licence holders Course Fee: NZD$7500.00 incl GST
R5211 A320 Line & Base Maintenance (B1/B2)
39 Days CAANZ, EASA and CASA B1/B2 Approved Course Fee NZD$7500.00 including GST Pre-requisite: AMEL Holders
Placement Test 11/12/2018 Auckland
For entry into NZ Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering (Pre-employment Skills) Level 3, or NZ Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering (European Regulations) Level 5 / EASA. Time: 10:00-14:00 Fee: Nil.
Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand - Part 141, European Aviation Safety Agency - Part 147
New Zealand Qualifications Authority