Western Australian Aviation College

Western Australian Aviation College, Eagle Drive, Jandakot, Western Australia, Australia

29 Aircraft Flight School which is the only accredited RTO in the Perth area to deliver Flight Training

Courses

Private Pilot License, Commercial Pilot License, Instrument Rating, Multi Engine, Flight Instructor course

International Students

Yes

Aircraft fleet number

29

Aircraft fleet

Cessna 152 Aerobat, Cessna 172, M20J, Partenavia P68, Piper PA-44 Seminole

Financing partner

VET Student Loans

Accreditations

Civil Aviation Safety Authority

Entry Requirements

18 years of age and hold an appropriate immigration visa, Class 1/2 medical, willing to undergo an Aviation Security Identity Card (ASIC) check, English Language 5.5 IELTS or TOEFL 530 (paper based)

The Western Australian Aviation College (WAAC), founded in 1995 and located in Jandakot, has over its long history built a reputation for excellence because of their professional approach to flight training; a reputation that is maintained in all of their activities. The College is committed to ensuring graduates are not only professional pilots, but are employable pilots. Graduates of Western Australian Aviation College may be found in all areas of aviation, including Qantas, Virgin Australia, Cathay Pacific, Skywest, Skippers Aviation and the Royal Australian Air Force. Western Australian Aviation College’s airline academy style training ensures that they will receive the highest quality training available on the market today.

Before a future pilot can embrace the gift of flight, Western Australian Aviation College begins by teaching the fundamental theory. Briefing rooms provide an intimate approach between student and instructor, allowing a secure sense of knowledge before the fun can begin. Their partnership with the Royal Aero Club of Western Australia means students have access to well-established premises; expertly maintained aircraft, million dollar facilities based at one of the busiest airports in Australia (measured by aircraft movements) and the enormous network of budding pilots, all of whom share the same dream.

With on campus lecture theatres, students have the chance to meet and work alongside their peers and future colleagues within the industry. Western Australian Aviation College has a dedicated team of qualified flight instructors who provide professional services required for all aspects of aviation education from student to international airline pilot.

Situated alongside the Royal Aero Club of WA amenities, the Western Australian Aviation College is surrounded by a departure lounge atmosphere, where everybody is either coming or going; staffed by a friendly and informed team who have come from a background in the aviation industry themselves.

Western Australian Aviation College does not compromise on safety with training and produces students to above Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and Joint Aviation Authority (JAA) requirements. It is WAAC aim to produce the safest pilots available to the International Aviation Industry. This policy will not change.

Courses offered by Western Australian Aviation College are Certificate IV in Aviation (Aeroplane), Advanced Diploma in Aviation Studies, JAA Integrated ATPL, JAA Modular ATPL Theory, Hypoxia Training and Pilot Maintenance Training. Students will use 29 different airplanes like Cessna 152 Aerobat, Cessna 172, M20J Mooney, Partenavia PA68 and Piper PA44 Seminole.

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