Excellence in pilot training

Over its long history, the WA Aviation College has built a reputation for excellence because of our professional approach to flight training; a reputation that is maintained in all of our activities. The College is committed to ensuring graduates are not only professional pilots, but are employable pilots.

Our graduates may be found in all areas of aviation, including Qantas, Virgin Australia, Cathay Pacific, Virgin Australia Regional Airlines (formerly Skywest), Skippers Aviation, the Royal Flying Doctor Service and the Royal Australian Air Force to name but a few of the many employers of our graduates. The airline academy style training that our students receive; ensure they are the recipients of the highest quality training available on the market today.

Whether you want to learn to fly as a commercial pilot, or require advanced cockpit flight training (ACFT), such as an Instrument Rating or Instructor Rating, we have a solution that will suit your needs.

WAAC EVENTS

Diploma in Aviation – CPL component

The notes provided in the Meteorology Lectures helped me and pushed me further than I originally thought possible, as Meteorology is the subject I struggle with the most. The practice exams were really helpful in understanding what type of questions to expect.

Joseph R
WA Aviation College Student

Diploma in Aviation – CPL component

I found the meteorology drawings that were presented in class really helpful in understanding how weather phenomena are formed. The internal exams also helped, as they were written in a way that required me to carefully read the questions in order to select the correct answers. They also helped me identify my weaker points within the subject, so I knew which topics to put extra work in.

Ji W.
WA Aviation College Student

Diploma in Aviation – CPL component

The meteorology lecturer constantly challenged our knowledge by engaging us during class, to not only answer a question, but to  justify our reasoning as to how we got the there. Was a good way of identifying your own areas of knowledge deficiency.

Jeremy S
WA Aviation College Student

Diploma in Aviation – CPL component

Our meteorology lecturer not only explained everything in-depth, he also reminded us about the basics and how important they are in understanding every phenomena that occurs. This was incredibly helpful when it came to the CASA exams.

Henry W
WA Aviation College Student

Diploma in Aviation – PPL Component

I found our ‘Human Factors’ lectures were really well explained, with plenty of depth of detail.

Abbie L

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