In partnership with Aviation Australia (RTO 30770), you will be working with the Flight Options Pilot Academy team of experienced instructors – you will gain your Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) with instructors who have extensive flying experience and aviation industry knowledge to provide the most relevant and up-to-date instruction.
Commencing 11th January 2021
Contact Us Now to make an Appointment for Individual Assessment.
See the Schedule of Fees 2021 for a breakdown of tuition and additional fees.
Instalment plans are offered for tuition fees with instalments due over the duration of the course.
NOTE: Fees are subject to change. There may be additional fees not contained in your tuition fees.
Aviation Australia is an approved VET Student Loan provider for eligible applicants. More information can found here.
- Successfully complete pre-entry Assessment (including interview)
- Hold a current valid Australian Commercial Pilots Licence (CPL)
- Hold a current CASA Class 1 Medical and ASIC
- Provide CASA CPL examination results
|AVIE0006||Maintain aircraft radio communications||Core|
|AVIF0023||Apply aircraft safety procedures||Elective|
|AVIF0026||Implement aviation risk management processes||Core|
|AVIF0027||Implement aviation fatigue risk management processes||Core|
|AVIF0029||Implement threat and error management strategies||Core|
|AVIF0030||Manage safe flight operations||Core|
|AVIF0033||Manage aircraft passengers and cargo||Core|
|AVIF0035||Manage human factors in aviation operations||Core|
|AVIH0010||Plan a flight under visual flight rules||Core|
|AVIH0014||Navigate aircraft under visual flight rules||Core|
|AVILIC0003||Licence to operate a commercial aeroplane||Core|
|AVIO0017||Manage disruptive behaviour and unlawful interference with aviation||Core|
|AVIW0029||Manage pre- and post-flight actions||Core|
|AVIW0032||Operate and manage aircraft systems||Core|
|AVIY0033||Operate and manage aircraft systems||Core|
|AVIY0034||Operate in controlled airspace||Core|
|AVIY0035||Operate in Class G airspace||Core|
|AVIY0036||Operate at non-towered aerodromes||Core|
|AVIY0037||Operate at a controlled aerodrome||Core|
|AVIY0040||Apply aeronautical knowledge to aviation operations||Core|
|AVIY0041||Apply the principles of civil air law to aviation operations||Core|
|AVIY0046||Execute advanced aeroplane manoeuvres and procedures||Core|
|AVIY0047||Manage abnormal aeroplane flight situations||Core|
|AVIY0054||Control aeroplane on the ground||Core|
|AVIY0055||Take off aeroplane||Core|
|AVIY0056||Control aeroplane in normal flight||Core|
|AVIY0058||Manage aircraft fuel||Core|
|AVIZ0006||Manage situational awareness in aircraft flight||Core|
Aviation Australia offers an opportunity for recognition of prior learning (RPL) to be assessed. RPL may include holders of a CASA Recreational Pilots Licence, CASA Private Pilots Licence and/or a foreign pilots licence or those that have previous studies, qualifications and experience.
Please contact us for more details.
Training is completed onsite at Flight Options Pilot Academy– Sunshine Coast Airport:
18 Friendship Ave, Sunshine Coast Airport
Mudjimba Queensland 4564
General training hours* are between 8.00am to 4.15pm, however these times may vary based on available flying hours and briefing hours.
*flight lesson/briefings hours and locations may vary (may be conducted at various aerodromes that may require travel – such as Gympie)
The course duration is approximately 50 weeks (with a minimum 20 hour per week face to face study commitment).
There are theory/self-study training components contained in this course. Students require access to a computer with a reliable internet connection. Students must be dedicated and committed to achieving the qualification by completing self-study for a minimum of 5 hours per week (in addition to face to face training). If a student fails to meet each study period requirements, they may be unable to progress to the next study period.
To apply, simply complete the enquiry form below and one of our staff will be in touch shortly with more information.