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The Education Destination : Australia The Education Destination 2011
Australia – The Education Destination 85 Western australia College facilities include the operations centre, flight planning room, student study area, pre/post flight briefing rooms, multimedia-equipped lecture rooms, an approved examination centre, maintenance hangar, bar and café. The fleet comprises over 30 aircraft ranging from the aerobatics initial trainer, to the high performance twin- engine aircraft. We also have some vintage aircraft to enjoy such as the Chipmunk and Tiger Moth. Global career opportunities Like other global industries, the aviation industry can be significantly affected by world events, most recently terror attacks, health epidemics, volcanic eruptions and the oil crisis. However, even with these incidents, all current trends indicate that there will be an increased need for pilots in the near future and the college continues its program of development and expansion to cater for this. International uniformity of pilot accreditation will mean global career opportunities. WAAC offers pilots a high calibre of national and international training standards and international best practices based on core competencies. A career in aviation is highly sought after – not only are airline pilots able to earn substantial salaries, they also find the work both demanding and rewarding. Discipline, the ability to handle the pressures of flying and the lifestyle, are necessary attributes of a professional pilot. Pilots have the opportunity to see the world, experience new cultures and help communities. Our graduates not only go on to find employment with many of the world’s top airlines but also work in areas such as business aviation, law enforcement, emergency services, defence, mining, tourism and media. industry approved and accredited courses All of our courses have been designed to provide the highest levels of training for the professional pilot. Each course of study has been developed in conjunction with industry and aviation authorities around the world, to ensure graduates have the best possible employment opportunities. WAAC has worked hard to design flight training programs that allow students to integrate theory studies with the practical flying phases. Our courses are all approved, regulated and accredited by various different agencies throughout Europe and Australia, these include the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA) in accordance with The Joint Aviation Authority (JAA), the Australian Aviation Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). WAAC is also an approved Registered Training Organisation (RTO), as well as being authorised by the Training Accreditation Council (TAC). These European and Australian Government agencies ensure that the highest standards in student educational services are maintained. WAAC remains a member of the Australian Council for Private Education and Training (ACPET), who ensures that student fees are protected, giving you complete peace of mind and allowing you to enjoy the freedom from financial stress that studying can bring. ■ Find out more See us at the Flyer expos in Amsterdam, Dublin and London Heathrow or contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.waaviationcollege.com.au twitter: www.twitter.com/royalaeroclubwa Facebook: www.facebook.com/ royalaeroclubwa about Perth: www.experienceperth.com ‘Our goal is to produce the safest pilots available to the international aviation industry.’ ‘Experience the extraordinary at the Western Australian Aviation College.’
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