The draft training package materials for the AVI Industry Skills project have been submitted to the Australian Industry and Skills Committee (AISC) for consideration.

The Aviation IRC proposed to update the Certificate IV in Aviation (Aviation Supervision) and seven Units of Competency to meet updated regulatory and new skills requirements, to support supervisory operational roles in the Aviation industry.

Throughout the project the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC), comprising a diverse range of highly experienced aviation professionals, considered current and emerging industry requirements to review and develop the products.

The Certificate IV in Aviation (Aviation Supervision) was formerly a core and general elective model and catered very broadly to aviation supervision. During the review, an adjustment was made to the core of the qualification, in addition to the design of three specialist groups adding greater recognition of the key operational roles.

  • Certificate IV in Aviation (Aviation Supervision-Aerodromes)
  • Certificate IV in Aviation (Aviation Supervision-Cabin Crew)
  • Certificate IV in Aviation (Aviation Supervision-Ground Operations)

The TAC considered feedback received through its consultation to update technical, cultural, teamwork and communications aspects in the Units of Competency.

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