Our graduates are employable pilots, not just commercial pilots.

We are proud to be the only Registered Training Organisation offering flying training at Jandakot Airport. This means we are guided by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (who issues aviation licenses) and we are also guided by the national education regulator, the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA).

Being regulated by ASQA results in the delivery of our approved courses being closely monitored and audited to ensure they of the very highest standard. No other Flight Training organisation in the Perth metropolitan area is able to offer your this advantage.

The key objective of the WA Aviation College's courses is to provide the most professional flying training available to the aviation industry. Our aim at all stages of flying training is to produce a pilot who is safe, effective, professional and suitable for employment in any regional, domestic or international operation.

Courses Overview
Course Name National Code Duration Prerequisite Training Intended for
Diploma in Aviation (Commercial Pilot Aeroplane Licence) AVI40108 9 months FT - Students wanting to become an air charter pilot, who want an integrated and intensive training program.
CASA Commercial Pilot Licence - As required - Students wanting to become an air charter pilot, who may not necessarily be able to study full time. The course can be structured to meet the student’s needs.
Air Transportr Pilots Licence    

Australian Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) or a 'full exam credit'* in the Australian CPL exam of the relevant aircraft category.

For the current CPL exam version (effective since 12 March
2002) the term 'full exam credit' means all 7 subject part exams have been passed within the permitted period.
The highest achievable licence that can be held by a civilian pilot. An ATPL is required to be the pilot-in-command of a multi-crew aircraft. 
Multi-Engine Command Instrument Rating - 6 weeks FT or PT equiv. Diploma in Aviation or CASA Commercial Pilot Licence Intended for students who hold a commercial pilot licence, who also want the ability to fly in Instrument Conditions (without visual reference to the ground).
Grade III Flight Instructor Rating - 6 weeks FT Diploma in Aviation or CASA Commercial Pilot Licence Intended for students who hold a commercial pilot licence, who would like to pursue a career as a flight instructor.