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The International College of Aviation & Technology is a wholly owned subsidiary of NIET that specialises in meeting the growing demands for high quality aviation training.
ICAT is founded on the principles of quality, safety and professionalism established by the highly regarded ATAE Aircraft Engineering College and the prestigious Airline Academy of Australia flight school, acquired by NIET from the Royal Queensland Aero Club – one of Australia’s oldest and most significant aviation pioneers, with a history spanning more than 100 years.
Find out more about ICAT Aviation College on the ICAT website.
AVI30316 – Certificate III in Cabin Crew
NIET’s Remote Pilot programme is delivered under our ICAT Aviation College trading name. ICAT is a wholly owned subsidiary of NIET.
ICAT’s Aviation programmes are operated to Australian Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) standards by experienced professional, CASA licenced flight instructors, aircraft engineers and trainers.
Professional Stream – Online Theory Only
Current and former cabin crew personnel who have undertaken airline cabin crew training may be eligible to join the Professional Stream. This stream delivers the learning material online with instructor support and practical training requirements are met via Recognition for Prior Learning (RPL). RPL is validated through a journal style form that must be signed off by the employer. Eligible candidates can therefore achieve the Certificate III in Aviation at substantially lower cost and in a shorter time frame and receive academic credit toward the Diploma of Aviation Management.
If you have been recruited or trained by an Airline, please contact us to discuss your potential to receive RPL. International cabin crew are eligible to apply for this qualification.
This course is open to both domestic and international students with no industry experience.
Please visit the ICAT Aviation College website for full details including entry requirements, units of competency, fees, intake dates and application form.