Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
This diploma comprises seven courses delivered with our industry partner Flight Training Adelaide. You will study them at the same time as the Bachelor of Aviation (Pilot).As part of this diploma you will sit the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) theory exams. Your studies in the Bachelor of Aviation (Pilot) will help prepare you for these exams.When you have developed the flight skills and knowledge – and passed the CASA theory exams – you can test for your Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) and Command Instrument Rating (CIR) flight.
- 36 units
- 7 courses taken concurrently with courses from the Bachelor of Aviation.
Standard entry requirements
Before commencing flight training, students must obtain a Class I Medical Certificate (Class II will beconsidered if Class I held in the last 3 years). The CASA medical must not have any restrictions that would impede the student’s ability to complete the program, and must be held for the duration of the program.before enrolling in Advanced Flying, students must hold an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC).
Students must complete the Bachelor of Aviation program in order to be eligible to graduate from the Graduate Diploma in Aviation. If a student ceases to be enrolled in the Bachelor's program they will be withdrawn from the Graduate Diploma.
|Mid year intake
The cost of the flight aptitude test is $268. Before commencing flight training, students must obtain a Class I Medical Certificate (Class II will be considered if Class I held in the last 3 years) and before enrolling in Advanced Flying, students must hold an Aviation Security Identification Card (ASIC). The university works with Flight Training Adelaide (FTA) to deliver flight training. FTA has a fleet of aircraft that necessitate some physical restrictions and training is provisional upon an assessment by FTA's Chief Pilot that students are able to operate aircraft controls in a safe manner.