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MEA50219

Diploma of Aeroskills
(Mechanical)

Flight One Academy’s mechanical engineering programme is designed to be delivered across two years, with the first year covering the Certificate IV of Aeroskills (Mechanical) in its entirety. The Diploma Year builds on this foundational learning with more evolved and complex concepts of aircraft maintenance. This course is approved by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) for the Aircraft Engineer Licence outcome.

Delivery Locations
Adelaide
Brisbane

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$0 Zero Gap Alternative Available

As the VET Student Loan cap for this qualification is less than the total tuition fee, you will be expected to pay the indicated Gap Fee in regular instalments during the course of your study. Due to efficiencies gained through common units of study, our Double Diploma of Aeroskills (Avionics + Mechanical) offers a zero-gap alternative.

intakes
January / July
Tuition Fees
VSL Approved
Duration
24 months
Study Mode
On Campus
CRICOS
Pending

TUITION FEES
(VET STUDENT LOANS)

You Pay: $9,440 Gap
$25,510 Full Fee Amount
$16,070 Loan Amount
$16,070 Indexed Loan Cap

Instalments available for gap tuition fee payments over the course of studies. VET Student Loan available subject to eligibility and creates a debt that must be repaid to the Commonwealth.

Qualification Overview

Industry Based Training

Flight One Academy is an aviation industry owned training organisation certified by the Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) to deliver Aircraft Engineer Licence training and assessments.

Leveraging the wider Tisdall Aviation Group’s Aircraft Maintenance centres, our unique Aeroskills courses provide students with the opportunity to engage with our in-house, live aircraft maintenance and fleet environment, providing every trainee the best possible learning experience.

The first year of the 2-year programme covers the Certificate IV of Aeroskills (Mechanical) in its entirety. The Diploma Year builds on this foundational learning with more complex concepts of aircraft maintenance and CASA aligned assessments.

What you’ll learn

Mechanical engineering involves examination, maintenance and repair of the mechanical components of aircraft such as gas turbine, jet and piston engines, frames, hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel and other associated systems. Study areas covered will include:

  • Removing and installing advanced aircraft mechanical system components
  • Planing and implementing civil aircraft maintenance activities
  • Supervising civil aircraft maintenance activities and managing human resources in the workplace
  • Performing administrative processes to prepare for the certification of civil aircraft maintenance
  • Aviation workplace health and safety
  • Legal and regulatory aspects of aviation industry

Additional Information & Options

Certificate IV: This qualification has an optional exit point at the Certificate IV level at the end of year 1.
Double Diploma: This qualification is available as a double diploma majoring in both Avionics & Mechanical.

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Meet your Instructors

Andrew Barnes

Head of School
Andrew Barnes is a UK Air Force engineering veteran, with more than four decades of engineering and education experience. Andrew has been heavily involved in developing much of the contemporary learning resources in Aeroskills globally and was instrumental in the founding of Flight One Academy's CASA approved Aeroskills training programme.

John Little

Maths, Physics and Electronics Instructor
Professor John Little is a highly experienced educator with a Master of Science in Applied Physics and a passion for aviation. John is head lecturer for Flight One Academy's Aviation Electronics programme and never fails to brings maths and physics to life with his infectious enthusiasm and extensive knowledge.

Course Details

Course Details

Course Details

Qualification MEA50219 Diploma of Aeroskills (Mechanical)
Training Provider Flight One Academy (RTO 45165)
Training Location Archerfield Airport, Brisbane

Flight One Academy has the privilege of being a CASA certified Maintenance Training Organisation. (Certification number CASA.147 MTO.0048.) This industry certification allows us to deliver theory and practical training and assessments toward the Australian Aircraft Engineer Licence. As part of the Tisdall Aviation Group, Flight One Academy has the capacity to provide students with the opportunity to undertake all the required practical learning, integrated right into the course, providing opportunities to complete a thorough course of training prior to entering the industry.

Theory and hand-skill training is conducted primarily in a classroom environment co-located with our Archerfield Airport aeroskills workshop. To address the practical requirements of the qualification, students will receive the opportunity to undertake practice-based activities recorded in a Log of Industrial Experience and Achievement. Students may complete their logged practical training during the course or alternatively, in another aviation workplace.

Flight One Academy’s engineering programme is designed as a two year programme, with the first year covering the Certificate IV of Aeroskills (Mechanical) in its entirety. The Diploma Year builds on this foundational learning with more evolved and complex concepts of aircraft maintenance.

Across the Diploma Year, students will learn how to supervise maintenance activities, remove and install advanced aircraft components, and learn how to troubleshoot a wide range of complex aircraft systems and address requirements of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA).

Leveraging the wider Tisdall Aviation Group’s MRO facilities, we have designed the course to provide students with the opportunity to benefit from engagement with our in-house live aircraft maintenance environment, providing every trainee the best possible learning experience.

Outcomes

The School of Engineering Diploma Year is designed around the concept of licence readiness – providing each graduate with the opportunity to complete the learning and associated examinations required by CASA to obtain an Aircraft Engineer Licence outcome.

The course includes formal aeroskills theory training aligned to the knowledge requirements within the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations Part 66 Modules, and assessments that are delivered under our CASA Part 147 Maintenance Training Organisation Approval Certificate (CASA.147 MTO.0048). When combined with our extensive practical training, this structure empowers our graduates and prepares them to seize career opportunities as they arise.

To be eligible to apply for a CASA Aircraft Engineer Licence, graduates must also meet CASA’s stipulated employment experience requirements but will not need to undertake further training or assessments.

The expected outcomes of this course, subject to demonstrated competencies, are:

  • MEA40718 Certificate IV in Aeroskills (Mechanical)
  • MEA50219 Diploma of Aeroskills (Mechanical)
  • Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority Part 147 Completion Certificate

Training & Assessment Arrangements

Training is conducted at Archerfield Airport in Brisbane, Australia, via face to face classroom learning by experienced aviation trainers utilising authentic aircraft engineer training equipment, tools and aircraft components to supplement the quality theory training.

Assessments for this programme are conducted and invigilated in accordance with the requirements of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). Assessments may include, but are not limited to, multiple choice, short answer, short essays, group work under observation and practical aviation assessments.

Recognition For Prior Learning (RPL)

Applicants with well documented previous training and/or experience may be eligible for Recognition for Prior Learning toward Units of Competency included in this qualification. Please advise at the time of application if you are seeking RPL.

Delivery Mode

The course is delivered face to face on campus, supported by online learning facilities. The course runs 4 to 5 days per week during term and attendance is compulsory unless otherwise approved by the Head of School. Students undertaking this course are expected to wear the college uniform provided.

Double Diploma

Flight One Academy offers engineering students the option of simultaneously undertaking both the Avionics and Mechanical streams through our unique Double Diploma of Aeroskills which comprehensively delivers all theory training for the both the mechanical and the avionics streams. VET Student Loans can be used to cover the entire fee of the Double Diploma with no out of pocket “gap” fee.

The Double Diploma programme involves a challenging workload, so trainees will need to demonstrate perseverance and diligence. The rewards however are significant, as the extended qualification develops a broader and more versatile skillset for graduates to offer potential employers.

Certificate vs Diploma

Flight One Academy has designed its Aeroskills Diploma programme to be undertaken as a combined qualification, because all the units contained within the Certificate IV are part of the Diploma. Completing the Certificate IV allows you to develop the skills you will need to work as a qualified Aircraft Engineer.

The Diploma, by incorporating the training and assessments required by CASA for a licence outcome, ensures that once you have met CASA’s other licence requirements (such as stipulated periods of employment) you will be fully prepared to obtain your Aircraft Engineer Licence.

In undertaking the combined programme, you will graduate with both a Certificate IV and a Diploma of Aeroskills, with either or both of your chosen specialisations. For diploma graduates, no further basic training or assessments required before seeking a licence!

Tuition Fee Overview

Domestic Student Tuition Fees – VET Student Loans (VSL)

This course is approved for the Commonwealth Government VET Student Loan scheme but results in a gap “Gap Fee”  that you will need to pay during the course of your studies as the maximum available loan is less than the full tuition fee of the course. All amounts are in Australian Dollars. A Schedule for the payment of Gap Fees is available below.

Single Diploma of Aeroskills (Mechanical) Tuition Fee Information:

  • Total Gap Fee for this qualification you will need to pay: $9,440
  • Maximum Loan Cover for this qualification: $16,070
  • VSL Loan Cap for this qualification: $16,070 (as at June 2021)
  • Full Tuition Fee for this qualification: $25,510

VET Student Loan availability is subject to eligibility requirements and creates a debt that must be repaid to the Commonwealth. Please visit our VSL Page for further details.

No Gap Programme

Our Double Diploma (combined Avionics and Mechanical) is available with no gap payment due to efficiencies gained on the basis of shared common units of study.

Domestic Student Tuition Fees – Self Funded

If you do not wish to, or are not eligible to use VSL to pay your tuition fees, you are welcome to pay the Full Tuition Fee for this qualification directly (self-funding) on an instalment schedule. You can also mix the use of VET Student Loans and self funded payments. The schedule for payment of fees (self-funded) is detailed in the tabs below.

Other Fees

There are no other fees associated with this diploma.

Instalments & VSL Schedules

Regardless of the method you use to fund your payable tuition fee payments (VSL gap or self-funding) the payable amount will be scheduled into small regular instalments through a payment plan that will be detailed on your Letter of Offer. The schedule for payment of fees (self-funded) is detailed in the tabs below.

Tuition Fee Schedules - VET Student Loan

Semester 1, 2023

Programme: MEA50219 – Diploma of Aeroskills (Mechanical) – January 2023
Intake: 30 JAN 2023 (Compulsory orientation on Friday 27 JAN 23)
Duration: 24 Months
Provider: Flight One Academy RTO 45165
Location: Archerfield
Total Tuition Fee: $25,510
Course VSL Cap: $16,070
Course VSL Cover: $16,070
Total Gap Fee: $9,440

TRAINING STAGE VSL CODE START DATE CENSUS DATE END DATE TUITION FEE VSL LOAN GAP EFTSL
Aeroskills Mechanical Core 01 AEROMCHCOR1 30/01/2023 03/03/2023 30/06/2023 $7,840.00 $7,840.00 $0.00 0.13
Aeroskills Mechanical 01 AEROMCH1 10/07/2023 14/08/2023 15/12/2023 $6,560.00 $6,560.00 $0.00 0.13
Aeroskills Mechanical Core 02 AEROMCHCOR2 29/01/2024 04/03/2024 05/07/2024 $3,930.00 $1,670.00 $2,260.00 0.15
Aeroskills Mechanical 02 AEROMCH2 15/07/2024 19/08/2024 20/12/2024 $7,180.00 $0.00 $7,180.00 0.15
$25,510.00 $16,070.00 $9,440.00 2.00

 


 

Semester 2, 2023

Programme: MEA50219 – Diploma of Aeroskills (Mechanical) – July 2023
Intake: 10 JUL 2023 (Compulsory orientation on Friday 07 JUL 23)
Duration: 24 Months
Provider: Flight One Academy RTO 45165
Location: Archerfield
Total Tuition Fee: $25,510
Course VSL Cap: $16,070
Course VSL Cover: $16,070
Total Gap Fee: $9,440

TRAINING STAGE VSL CODE START DATE CENSUS DATE END DATE TUITION FEE VSL LOAN GAP EFTSL
Aeroskills Mechanical Core 01 AEROMCHCOR1 10/07/2023 14/08/2023 15/12/2023 $7,840.00 $7,840.00 $0.00 0.13
Aeroskills Mechanical 01 AEROMCH1 29/01/2024 04/03/2024 05/07/2024 $6,560.00 $6,560.00 $0.00 0.13
Aeroskills Mechanical Core 02 AEROMCHCOR2 15/07/2024 19/08/2024 20/12/2024 $3,930.00 $1,670.00 $2,260.00 0.15
Aeroskills Mechanical 02 AEROMCH2 28/01/2025 04/03/2025 04/07/2025 $7,180.00 $0.00 $7,180.00 0.15
$25,510.00 $16,070.00 $9,440.00 2.00

 

 


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Semester 1, 2022

Programme: MEA50219 – Diploma of Aeroskills (Mechanical) – January 2022
Intake: 04 January 2022
Duration: 24 Months
Provider: Flight One Academy RTO 45165
Location: Archerfield
Total Tuition Fee: $25,510
Course VSL Cap: $16,070
Course VSL Cover: $16,070
Total Gap Fee: $9,440

TRAINING STAGE VSL CODE START DATE CENSUS DATE END DATE TUITION FEE VSL LOAN GAP EFTSL
Aeroskills Mechanical Core 01 AEROMCHCOR1 4/01/2022 11/02/2022 1/07/2022 $7,840.00 $7,840.00 $0.00 0.13
Aeroskills Mechanical 01 AEROMCH1 11/07/2022 16/08/2022 22/12/2022 $6,560.00 $6,560.00 $0.00 0.13
Aeroskills Mechanical Core 02 AEROMCHCOR2 3/01/2023 09/02/2023 30/06/2023 $3,930.00 $1,670.00 $2,260.00 0.15
Aeroskills Mechanical 02 AEROMCH2 10/07/2023 14/08/2023 15/12/2023 $7,180.00 $0.00 $7,180.00 0.15
$25,510.00 $16,070.00 $9,440.00 2.00

 

Semester 2, 2022

Programme: MEA50219 – Diploma of Aeroskills (Mechanical) – July 2022
Intake: 04 July 2022
Duration: 24 Months
Provider: Flight One Academy RTO 45165
Location: Archerfield
Total Tuition Fee: $25,510
Course VSL Cap: $16,070
Course VSL Cover: $16,070
Total Gap Fee: $9,440

TRAINING STAGE VSL CODE START DATE CENSUS DATE END DATE TUITION FEE VSL LOAN GAP EFTSL
Aeroskills Avionics Core 01 AEROAVICOR1 11/07/2022 16/08/2022 22/12/2022 $7,840.00 $7,840.00 $0.00 0.50
Aeroskills Avionics 01 AEROAVI1 3/01/2023 9/02/2023 30/06/2023 $6,560.00 $6,560.00 $0.00 0.50
Aeroskills Avionics Core 02 AEROAVICOR2 10/07/2023 14/08/2023 15/12/2024 $3,930.00 $1,670.00 $2,260.00 0.50
Aeroskills Avionics 02 AEROAVI2 8/01/2024 13/02/2024 28/06/2024 $7,180.00 $0.00 $7,180.00 0.50
      $25,510.00 $16,070.00 $9,440.00 2.00

 

Tuition Fee Schedules - VSL Gap Fees

VSL Gap Fee Payment Schedule

Students using VET Student Loans are required to pay Gap Fees as follows.

Month VSL Gap Fee Fee Schedule
01 $  – $  –
02 $  –
03 $  –
04 $  –
05 $  –
06 $  –
07 $  – $  –
08 $  –
09 $  –
10 $  –
11 $  –
12 $  –
13 $2,260.00 $376.67
14 $376.67
15 $376.67
16 $376.67
17 $376.67
18 $376.67
19 $7,180.00 $1,196.67
20 $1,196.67
21 $1,196.67
22 $1,196.67
23 $1,196.67
24 $1,196.67
TOTAL $9,440.00 $9,440.00

Tuition Fee Schedules - Self Funded

Self Funded Student Payment Schedule

Students who do not wish to use or are unable to use VET Student Loans have the option of paying in monthly instalments as follows.

Month Full Fee Fee Schedule
01 $7,840.00 $1,306.67
02 $1,306.67
03 $1,306.67
04 $1,306.67
05 $1,306.67
06 $1,306.67
07 $6,560.00 $1,093.33
08 $1,093.33
09 $1,093.33
10 $1,093.33
11 $1,093.33
12 $1,093.33
13 $3,930.00 $655.00
14 $655.00
15 $655.00
16 $655.00
17 $655.00
18 $655.00
19 $7,180.00 $1,196.67
20 $1,196.67
21 $1,196.67
22 $1,196.67
23 $1,196.67
24 $1,196.67
TOTAL $25,510.00 $25,510.00

Units of Competency

Units of Competency

ASQA Units of Competency that may be used in the delivery of the course include:

Core Units (Mechanical)

MEA111 Perform administrative processes to prepare for the certification of civil aircraft maintenance

MEA112 Plan and implement civil aircraft maintenance activities

MEA113 Supervise civil aircraft maintenance activities and manage human resources in the workplace

MEA116 Apply work health and safety procedures at supervisor level in aviation maintenance

MEA142 Manage self in the aviation maintenance environment

MEA148 Apply mathematics and physics in aviation maintenance

MEA323 Perform advanced troubleshooting in aircraft mechanical maintenance

MEA325 Weigh aircraft and perform aircraft weight and balance calculations as a result of modifications

MEA343 Remove and install avionic system components

MEA365 Assess structural repair/modification requirements and evaluate structural repairs and modifications

MSMENV472 Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices

MEA107 Interpret and use aviation maintenance industry manuals and specifications

MEA118 Conduct self in the aviation maintenance environment

MEA154 Apply work health and safety practices in aviation maintenance

MEA155 Plan and organise aviation maintenance work activities

MEA156 Apply quality standards during aviation maintenance activities

MEA157 Complete aviation maintenance industry documentation

MEA158 Perform basic hand skills, standard trade practices and fundamentals in aviation maintenance

MEA201 Remove and install miscellaneous aircraft electrical hardware/components

MEA203 Remove and install advanced aircraft electrical system components

MEA246 Fabricate and/or repair aircraft electrical hardware or parts

MEA296 Use electrical test equipment in aviation maintenance activities

MEA301 Perform aircraft flight servicing

MEA303 Remove and install aircraft pneumatic system components

MEA306 Remove and install engines and engine system components

MEA328 Maintain and/or repair aircraft mechanical components or parts

MEA339 Inspect, repair and maintain aircraft structures

MEA398 Remove and install aircraft hydro-mechanical and landing gear system components

Mechanical Group A Electives

MEA208 Remove and install aircraft pressurisation control system components

MEA209 Remove and install aircraft oxygen system components

MEA219 Inspect, test and troubleshoot pressurisation control systems and components

MEA222 Inspect, test and troubleshoot aircraft oxygen systems and components

MEA223 Inspect aircraft electrical systems and components

MEA227 Test and troubleshoot aircraft electrical systems and components

MEA305 Remove and install aircraft fixed wing flight control system components

MEA307 Remove and install propeller systems and components

MEA315 Inspect, test and troubleshoot propeller systems and components

MEA317 Remove and install pressurised aircraft structural and non-structural components

MEA318 Inspect aircraft hydro-mechanical, mechanical, gaseous and landing gear systems and components

MEA319 Inspect gas turbine engine systems and components

MEA320 Test and troubleshoot aircraft hydro-mechanical, gaseous and landing gear systems and components

MEA321Test and troubleshoot aircraft fixed wing flight control systems and components

MEA322 Test and troubleshoot gas turbine engine systems and components

Mechanical Group B Electives

MEA294 Inspect, test and troubleshoot advanced aircraft electrical systems and components

MEA304 Remove and install non-pressurised aircraft structural and non-structural components

MEA308 Remove and install rotary wing rotor and flight control system components

MEA309 Inspect, test and troubleshoot aircraft hydro-mechanical and landing gear systems and components

MEA310 Inspect, test and troubleshoot aircraft pneumatic systems and components

MEA316 Inspect, test and troubleshoot rotary wing rotor and control systems and components

MEA319 Inspect gas turbine engine systems and components

MEA322 Test and troubleshoot gas turbine engine systems and components

Note: Provided as a guide only. Actual units delivered at the discretion of the Head of School. Prerequisites may apply to some units.

CASA Part 66 Modules

This course provides theory training and assessment toward the following modules:

Module 01 – Mathematics

Module 02 – Physics

Module 03 – Electrical Fundamentals

Module 04 – Electronic Fundamentals

Module 05 – Digital Techniques and Electronic Test Equipment

Module 06 – Materials and Hardware

Module 07 – Maintenance Practices

Module 08 – Basic Aerodynamics

Module 09 – Human Factors

Module 10 – Aviation Legislation

Module 11 – Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems

Module 12 – Helicopter Aerodynamics, Structures & Systems

Module 15 – Gas Turbine Engines

Module 16 – Piston Engines

Module 17 – Propeller

Entry Criteria

Academic Criteria

  • Australian Year 12 (Senior High School) Certificate of Education; or
  • International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme (IB) diploma; or
  • successful completion of an Australian Qualifications Framework certificate IV or higher qualification (where the language of instruction is English), or at a level in a framework that preceded the AQF that is equivalent to level 4 or above in the AQF or;   that has been assessed by a Federal, State or Territory government agency which assesses overseas qualifications (or an organisation contracted by such an agency to undertake such assessments) as equivalent or comparable to a qualification referred to in the VET Student Loans Rules; and the course for the qualification was delivered in English.
  • If you cannot provide the above documents, you will be required to display competence at Exit Level 3 in the Australian Core Skills Framework in both reading and numeracy. We will assess your competence using the Australian Government approved assessment tool — LLN Robot, or other approved tool of our choice.

English language Criteria

All applicants, unless exempt, must present an IELTS Certificate (Academic Module) no more than 1 year old.

For direct entry, the IELTS result must be at least 6.0 overall with no band score below 5.5. English pathway options are available for applicants who have not attained this minimum level.

Please note: You may be exempt from the English language entry criteria if you are a citizen of Australia, or studied for the last 2 years in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, Canada or the United States of America enrolled in a formal qualification. Exemptions are assessed case by case. The Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) requires that individuals from non-English speaking backgrounds seeking an Australian Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence must present an IELTS score of 6.0 with no band score below 6.0 prior to being issued a licence.

English language packaged pathways are available for this course but a formal test result may still be required.

CASA English Language Criteria

Aircraft maintenance trainees should also be aware that, according to CASR Part 66 AMC CASR 66.025 /GM CASR 66.025, all personnel wishing to hold an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licence will be required to provide evidence to the Civil Aviation Safety Authority that they have achieved a suitable English language proficiency level.

An applicant for a maintenance certification licence must be able to read, write and converse in English to a level that CASA is satisfied is sufficient to enable the applicant to safely exercise the privileges of the licence applied for. The level of knowledge would be such that the licence holder is able to:

  • read and understand the instructions and technical manuals in use within the organisation;
  • make written technical entries and any maintenance documentation entries, which can be understood by those with whom they are normally required to communicate;
  • read and understand the maintenance organisation procedures; and
  • communicate at such a level as to prevent any misunderstanding when exercising certification privileges.

Approved English language evidence that may be required for Non English Speaking Background (NESB) engineers:

  • International English Language Testing System with an overall grade of six on condition no single test area has a score of less than six on either the academic or general training module;
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language Internet Based Test (TOEFL iBT) score of 78;
  • Test of English as a Foreign Language Paper Based (TOEFL PB) score of 547; and
  • Test of English for International Communication Secure Program (TOEIC Secure Program/Public Testing Centre) score of Listening 350; Reading 330; Speaking 160 and Writing 160.

CASA Medical Criteria for Licencing

The following information is relevant to anyone considering applying to CASA for an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s Licence in the future.

GM CASR 66.025 – Grant of Licence

If an applicant for a Part 66 aircraft engineer licence has at the time of application a medically significant condition that they consider to be safety-relevant, the applicant must under paragraph 66.020 (2) (e) of the CASR, specify the medical condition to CASA on the approved licence application form.

A medically significant condition includes:

a) any of the following (no matter how minor):

i. any illness or injury;

ii. any bodily infirmity, defect or incapacity;

iii. any mental infirmity, defect or incapacity;

iv. any sequela of an illness, injury, infirmity, defect or incapacity mentioned in subparagraph (i), (ii) or (iii); and

b) any abnormal psychological state; and

c) drug addiction and drug dependence; and

d) for a woman — pregnancy and the physiological and psychological consequences of pregnancy or of termination of pregnancy.

Safety-relevant is defined at regulation 67.015 of the CASR and means: a medically significant condition is safety-relevant if it reduces, or is likely to reduce, the ability of someone who has it to exercise a privilege conferred or to be conferred, or to perform a duty imposed or to be imposed, by a licence that he or she holds or has applied for.

For example: if an applicant for a category B2 avionics licence knowingly suffers from colour blindness and decides that their ability to perform their work may be affected by this condition, they would be obliged to consult with a medical practitioner and declare that condition, together with a report from the medical practitioner that describes the condition, to CASA at the time of licence application.

VET Student Loans Criteria

There are specific criteria for use of the VET Student Loans scheme. Please visit our VSL Page for further details.

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