August Part-time BAK Course

The part time BAK Course has been very successful with attendees this month. This weekend we managed to cover aerodynamics and AGK through to Human Factors. Which leads into this weekend we’re putting a heavy focus on Performance and Loading. This weekend could be a perfect refresher if you are in desperate need for one. […]

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Congrats January Class

The Cert IV class who started in January (CASA A14) have been working tirelessly on their Commercial Pilot Licenses. 100% of the class secured a score above 90% in their recent air law exams.. Not only credit to the awesome tutors but to the class who seem to spend all their free time with their […]

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Open Day

In choosing a career- one that you’ll be able to dedicate your life to, that will give you upmost job satisfaction and ultimately, as they say, have you never actually ever working a day of your life- a certain level of passion for what you do has to be evident. The best way to know […]

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IREX Course – June 2

What winter brings with it, on one hand can be the most ideal and indulgent weather for any pilot; clean crisp air, perfect visibility and the welcome relief that comes with a cool, comfortable and hardly stuffy cockpit. On the other hand, those long hours spent planning gone to waste due to an abrupt frontal […]

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A Commercially Viable Pilots License

There is a reasonable uncertainty about becoming a commercial pilot. The uncertainty exists in the unknown of exactly what the role will specifically entail and what it will mean once you’ve received your qualifications. Contrary to popular belief a commercial pilot isn’t a pilot who flies an airline- Perhaps, rather, you need to be a […]

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A Journey of a Thousand Hours

The ancient Chinese proverb states that a journey of a thousand miles begins with one small step. In pilot terms, we approach terrain with some disdain; so when you consider that a thousand hours will get you close to the airlines – simply put; the journey to 1000 hours begins with one half an hour […]

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WAAC rivals European flight training

The employable advantage WAAC imparts onto our graduates is evident throughout the world. This Friday’s (March 28th) Industry presentation’s speaker, Serdar Yilmaz graduated from WAAC in 2010 and is currently FO for Turkish Airlines. After completion of his CPL, Serdar scored interviews from Qantaslink, took an A320 endorsement and after deciding to go back to […]

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How do I gain the most from my Pilot’s license?

Finally having obtained your pilot license is a big step in the game. You finally have proof of exactly how hard you’ve been working; those long intimate nights between only you and Bob Tait, the desperate longing for the skies while you’re confined to the lecture room walls. We’ve all been there, but now it’s […]

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March 18th Aviation Workshop Evening

Tuesday March 18th is this month’s Aviation Workshop Evening featuring grade two RACWA instructor Amy Richards. Previous OIC of Murrayfield, Amy has been awarded consecutive scholarships for dedicated involvement and capability in the aviation field. Amy will be discussing the benefits and proper use of the multi-function, computerised, aeronautical information system; NAIPS. A service and […]

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Friday’s Industry Presentation

It was always James’ dream to become an airline pilot. James graduated WAAC in 2011 and cruised straight into an instructor’s role for The Royal Aero Club of WA; but he always wanted more. James heard that Qantaslink was hiring and decided to apply just so he could experience and understand what the process was […]

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PPL Theory Course

Monday March 10th commences the next intake for our full time private pilot theory course. Run from Monday to Friday 08:30 till 16:00 each day over 3 weeks the course covers the entire content you need to pass the theory component of a PPL. The syllabus covered includes the 7 core subjects:  Aircraft general knowledge, […]

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We recognise prior learning

Did you know the Western Australian Aviation College recognises any prior learning relevant to your area of study, including skills, knowledge and experience you’ve gathered before attending our college; regardless of where or how they were acquired. You may be eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) that can help to reduce the time spent […]

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