Aviation technical training

The following information is for select Australian Defence Force (ADF) members only. For ADF employment requirements and information, please contact Defence Force Recruiting on 13 19 01.
Aviation Technical Training
From its location at RAAF Base Wagga, NSW, BAE Systems delivers aviation technical training to ADF aircraft technicians. Our high quality facility provides students with access to aircraft and state of the art simulators, and is recognised for delivering technicians of an exceptionally high standard.
 
This competency based training consists of both Nationally Recognised Training (NRT) from the Aeroskills Training Packages and Non-Nationally Recognised Training that has been developed in conjunction with the ADF.
 
BAE Systems conducts all NRT operations under Registered Training Organisation (RTO) 91134.
 

Qualifications or Statements of Attainment

 
Upon a student meeting all academic and competency requirements, Qualifications or Statements of Attainment will be issued from these training packages:
  • MEA40618 Certificate IV Aeroskills (Avionics)
  • MEA40718 Certificate IV Aeroskills (Mechanical)
  • MEA41318 Certificate IV Aeroskills (Structures)
  • MEA30318 Certificate III Aircraft Life Support and Furnishing
 

Study and course entry requirements


Study is completed full time with most training conducted Monday to Friday between 8am and 5pm.
 
Students enrolled as an Armament Technician will complete approximately 22 weeks of Aeroskills training at BAE Systems before transferring to the ADF at Orchard Hills, NSW, to complete their studies.
For course entry requirements, please refer to ADF entry requirements for the particular employment stream.
 
For specific information about enrolment, language, literacy and numeracy, recognition, the unique student identifier, code of conduct and complaints and appeals please refer to the Student Handbook.
 
For any enquiries about BAE Systems’ RTO operations, please email Wayne Sharman, RTO Manager.