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Aviation Australia graduates 125 trainees

written by | December 19, 2012
The winner of the certiifcate of excellence for the international diploma (left) with Aviation Australia's Andrew Rankin (centre) and Queensland minister for education, training and employment, John-Paul Langbroek.(Aviation Australia)

Queensland government-sponsored training organisation Aviation Australia has graduated 125 trainees in a ceremony at its facilities in Brisbane.

The students graduated from six aircraft engineering classes, two international diploma classes and one flight safety class.  The engineering qualifications are recognised by Australian and European safety administrations.

The training programs offered by Aviation Australia, which currently supports 60 customers in Australia and overseas, are helping to address the prolonged skills shortage being experienced by the industry.


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