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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2011
84 Australia – The Education Destination WesTern ausTralIan aVIaTIon colleGe At the Western Australian Aviation College ( WAAC), we are a dedicated team of qualified flight and ground instructors who provide the professional services required for all aspects of aviation education from student to international airline pilot. WAAC is one of Australia’s most experienced and highly respected training schools. Our graduates are found in all areas of aviation and with many of the major airlines including Ryanair, Tiger Airways, V Australia and Cathay Pacific. Over the college’s history, its staff have built a reputation for excellence due to their professional approach to flying; a reputation that is maintained in all activities. We are committed to ensuring graduates are not only professional pilots, but are also employable pilots. WAAC’s airline academy style training ensures that students receive the highest quality training available on the market today. At WAAC we do not compromise on safety with training. Our goal is to produce the safest pilots available to the international aviation industry. We intend maintaining and building on this policy. The college is located at Jandakot Airport, Perth, Western Australia, with a second base of operations in the UK. This combination allows students access to some of the best training airspace in the world and, where possible, to take advantage of employment prospects in various locations around the world. highly qualified instructors Our instructors are industry-qualified specialists in fixed wing flight training holding JAA (European) and CASA (Australian) teaching approvals. Much of their knowledge is drawn from experience in the airlines, business aviation and military sectors. They impart their passion for flying, making training dynamic and good fun. In addition, we have a solid management team backed up by administration and student support staff who work tirelessly to further the development of the college and its students. The best facilities and support Part of delivering high standards of aviation training is providing the best facilities in an atmosphere conducive to learning. Student numbers per class are restricted to ensure quality of education and personal attention. The college appreciates the level of investment and commitment undertaken by students in pursuit of their dream of becoming professional pilots. Therefore, we offer substantial support during the demanding training schedule, including helping with the arrangements for: • a cc ommodation • visas • orientation to the local area • transport • medical • s ocial interaction • pastoral care. australia’s busiest training airport Jandakot Airport, being Australia’s busiest training airport, presents itself as the best training facility available. Three bitumen runways, a control tower and an accessible international airport 18 kilometres away and being acknowledged as a truly ‘fair weather base’ make this facility hard to beat. ‘This combination allows students access to some of the best training airspace in the world.’ pilot training in a great location with top facilities experience perth, Western australia, for your flying training with over 3000 hours of sunshine a year. perth and surrounds are the perfect place with australia’s sunniest capital and one of the world’s most respected flying colleges.
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