TRADES _ PRIMARY INDUSTRIES Certificate IV in Aeroskills _Avionics_ by bnmbgtrtr52

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									  TRADES & PRIMARY INDUSTRIES
         Certificate IV in
       Aeroskills (Avionics)
National Code: MEA40602                              TAFE Course Number: 7123

Location: Tamworth Campus (Airport )

HOW TO ENROL: This training program is offered at Tamworth campus (Airport) - Block
release over 3 years, 32 hour/block. This course will only run if enrolments and resources
permit.

MINIMUM ENTRY REQUIREMENTS: There are no formal educational entry requirements
for this program. However, completion of NSW School Certificate (or equivalent, from
another educational authority) with excellent Maths and English. Employment in the
industry as a trainee or apprentice is mandatory to enter this course.

TRAINING PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This course is for learners who have employment
in the aircraft maintenance industry as trainees, apprentices, or tradespersons in the area of
Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (Avionics). The outcomes of this course focus on the
underpinning skills and knowledge (off-the-job training) needed to support the Aircraft
Maintenance Engineering (Avionics) competencies set out in the Aeroskills Training
Package. This course is to provide students with the training to become Aircraft Maintenance
Engineers (avionics).

The course covers the removal, installation, repair, overhaul and troubleshooting of:

- aircraft electrical systems and components;
- aircraft instrument systems and components;
- aircraft aiconditioning and pressurisation control systems and components;
- rotary wing and fixed wing flight control systems and components;
- aircraft communication and radio navigation systems components;
- aircraft radar systems and components;
- aircraft oxygen system components.

Subsequently, students can continue in their career path by undertaking higher
qualifications. These, in turn, will increase opportunities for students to enhance their career
paths, towards becoming Licensed Aircraft Maintenance Engineers (LAME's) and, in some
cases, Aircraft Maintenance Managers, Aircraft Maintenance Controllers or Chief Engineers.

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES: Aircraft maintenance engineering tradesperson.
You may find it useful to explore the My Future website www.myfuture.edu.au

RECOGNITION: Recognition may allow you to complete your qualification faster.
TAFE NSW recognises the skills and knowledge that you may have gained through previous
studies, the workplace and life experiences. You may be entitled to gain recognition that will
exempt you from attending one or more units. It is possible to obtain recognition for up to
100% of the requirements for a course award. For further information about Recognition,
please contact the Customer Service Centre on 1800 448 176.

STUDENT ACCOMMODATION: Tamworth TAFE Campus has a student accommodation
service that is provided to all students studying at TAFE. Students can obtain names and
addresses of various accommodation options so that they can choose accommodation that
suits their requirements. Contact Bev O’Neile on 6768 2323.


            Contact:
            Head Teacher:             6768 2083
            Fax:                      6768 2085
            Accommodation enquiries: 6768 2323
            Customer Service Centre: 1800448176

                          www.tafensw.edu.au
COST:
• Refer to course fees for 2008 - TAFE NSW Fee (See notes 1,2 and 4 below).
• Personal protective equipment, engineering style clothing and textbooks
• Additional materials cost $40.00

PAYMENT NOTES:

Apprentices eligible for a Commonwealth rebate pay a capped fee of $480 per year for their ap-
prenticeship course and Apprentices not eligible for a Commonwealth rebate (including those in
Yr 3) pay a capped fee of $394 per year for their apprenticeship course. New entrant trainees
pay a maximum fee of $394 for traineeship courses.

1) A TAFE year consists of two 18-week long semesters. The minimum charge for a program is
one semester, even if your program lasts less than 18 weeks. If the program lasts between 18
weeks to a year, it counts as two semesters.
2) If your program runs for more than one semester, you may pay in two half-yearly payments.
3) All fees must be paid up front at enrolment. NO CASH is accepted - you may pay by EFTPOS,
Visa card, Mastercard, cheque or money order.
4) If you receive a government benefit such as Youth Allowance, Austudy, or Newstart and pro-
vide documentary proof at enrolment, you may be eligible to pay a concession fee of $50 per
course enrolment, rather than the full TAFE NSW Fee.
5) In addition to the TAFE NSW fee, some programs have Course Related Charges associated
with them. Course Related Charges are collected to provide you with materials, resources, equip-
ment and services to use in your program of study. If your circumstances do not enable you to
pay this charge you will need to speak with your teacher when you commence class to negotiate
alternative arrangements.
6) Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students are exempt from paying the TAFE NSW Fee.
7) Disability Support Pension students and students with a disability receive a full fee exemption
for one TAFE NSW course per year and are eligible for the $50 concession charge for subse-
quent enrolments in that year.

COURSE STRUCTURE & ASSESSMENT GUIDE: For more information on Course Structure
and Student Assessment Guide please go to the website http://www.tafensw.edu.au or call
1800 448 176.

MODULES
UNITS OF COMPETENCY:
Core – all must be completed

No.      Subject name                       No.           Subject name
1235CA   Introduction to aviation and OHS 1265CC          Aircraft maintenance practices general
1265F    Electrical fundamentals 3          1265G         AC theory 1
1265H    AC theory 2                        1235M         Maintenance practices - avionics 1
1265N    Maintenance practices - avionics 2 1265P         Electrical fundamentals 1
1265Q    Electrical fundamentals 2          7123A         AC theory 2
7123B    Electrical systems 1               7123C         Electrical systems 2
7123D    Electrical systems 3               7123E         Aircraft instrument systems - 1
7123F    Aircraft instrument systems II     7123G         Aircraft instrument systems III
7123H    Analogue fundamentals 1            7123J         Analogue fundamentals 2
7123K    Analogue fundamentals 3            7123L         Digital techniques 1
7123M    Digital techniques 2               7123N         Digital techniques 3
7123P    Radio theory 1                     7123Q         Radio theory 2
7123R    Radio theory 3                     7123S         Pulse systems
7123T    Radio navigation systems           7123V         Flight control & flight director systems
7123W    Automatic flight control systems   7123X         Aircraft environmental systems
7123Y    Aircraft oxygen systems            7123Z         Inertial nav systems and components
7124B    Aircraft servicing and handling    8971D         Work placement
8999A    Tutorial support

								
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