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Aircraft Maintenance

Aircraft Maintenance has been identified as a key skills growth area with high demand for employees in Australia and across the world. Repair, overhaul, test, analyse and troubleshoot aircraft engines, electrical systems, instrumentation, turbines and engines, hydraulics, communication systems, autopilot and integrated flight systems, ground support equipment, and accident and emergency procedures.

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South Metropolitan TAFE provides world-class training in Aerospace, Maritime and Logistics training. 

Aircraft Maintenance has been identified as a key skills growth area with high demand for employees in Australia and across the world.

Develop practical skills and knowledge to care for an maintain fish stocks.

Developed in partnership with the aviation industry, qualifications cover the practical skills and knowledge related to ground and safety...

The aviation industry isn’t all about heading skywards; stay grounded with a career in aviation management and learn all about what happens in our...

Cabin crew are directly responsible for the safety and comfort of passengers and other crew members.

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Learn to understand shipboard orders, follow safe work practices, and respond to emergency situations also learn skills in marine communication...

Start a career in an industry that covers everything from job roles relating to transportation, operations, purchasing and procurement, contract...

Gain skills in navigating a vessel, applying maintenance and engineering knowledge, operating a marine radio, applying safety procedures at sea,...

Designed for those who have the desire and ambition to become a commercial pilot, you will gain the theoretical knowledge to help prepare you for...

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