VET - AVIATION (Flight Attendants)
Statement of Attainment towards AVI30219 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew)
Board of Studies Endorsed Course
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Why Study Aviation?
The AVI30219 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew) was developed for students (male and female) wishing to enter the aviation industry as cabin crew (Flight Attendants). This course provides the skills and knowledge to assist students to prepare for a career in the sky (Cabin Crew) or on the ground (Ground Service Agent). In addition students develop self-confidence, personal presentation skills, and a wide range of other important capabilities that can be used in many customer service or safety related careers.
The course is composed of academic and practical skills associated with Flight Attendant duties. The course is delivered over one years and represents nationally recognised training and contributes 2 units per year over 2 years towards the NSW HSC. The Aviation course is delivered four hours per week at the ATS facilities in Nowra or the Illawarra Regional Airport in Albion Park. Practical training is conducted at the Illawarra Regional Airport, the Historical Aircraft Restoration Society (HARS) and our Aircraft Cabin Simulator in Nowra. Students have the opportunity to visit Sydney Airport and attend tarmac days, Wings over Illawarra and other local aviation events.
|Nowra||Term 1 Week 3 2022|
Term 1 Week 3 2022
Units of Competency:
Listed below are the units of competency in the Statement of Attainment towards a AVI30219 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew).
|AVIG2002||Work effectively in the aviation industry|
|BSBWOR301||Organise personal work priorities and development|
|AVIB3004||Manage and carry out pre and post flight cabin checks|
|AVIF0001||Apply aircraft safety procedures|
|AVIF0014||Manage human factors in aviation operations|
|AVIO2015||Apply and monitor aviation workplace security|
The course content is delivered within the following ATS modules:
Topics Description Hours Introduction to Aviation Orientation and induction into the aviation environment 30 Aviation Occupational Health & Safety OHS, human factors & situational awareness in the aviation workplace 60 Aviation Security Security of aircraft, passengers and crew 34 Total 124
Course Work Placement
This course includes a 70 hour structured work placement requirement over 2 years.
Learners are required to be able to read, write and speak English fluently.
Statement of Attainment towards a AVI30219 Certificate III in Aviation (Cabin Crew)
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