The International Aviation Academy of Australia is a world class Flight Training Academy based at Jandakot Airport in Perth Western Australia. The Academy caters for both national and international students from all parts of the world. For training as a professional Airline Pilot there is no better place to begin your career.
Additionally IAAA is based in one of the best training demographics found anywhere as evident with Singapore Airlines and China Southern training from Jandakot. IAAA Pty Ltd represents the international training arm of a family owned group of companies. IAAA operates under common agreement with its sister company “JFC “(Jandakot Flight Centre Pty Ltd) “CRICOS Provider Code 02393F” which holds the licences and authorities for all aviation related activities both nationally and internationally.
JFC is also registered under the Western Australian Government’s as provider of Education Services to overseas students. Students should read and make themselves aware of their requirements and rights under the ESOS Framework and National Code for Overseas Students 2007.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the pre-requisites for Starting an International course at IAAA?
- English – IELTS level 6.5 non-academic is required by the academy in order that your English is to a standard for passing CASA Commercial exams and to adequately communicate over the radio.
- Education – Upper high school minimum with some maths and physics preferred. Some airlines will not take pilots without upper High School English and Maths.
- Age – International students must be 18 years of age to enrol.
How Do I Enroll?
- Step 1: Selecting your course – Contact our student co-ordinator via email on “email@example.com” with your requirements and any request for credits that may apply. (You may also start with Step 2 in making initial contact.) They will respond with an information relative to your request and requirements in making your decision.
- Step 2: Application – Submit the electronic Enrolment Application” in “IAAA FAQ” with a coy of your passport and English test scores (IELTS).
- Step 3: Offer of Place – Once your application has been processed a “Contract Agreement” incorporating an offer of place and pre-payment form for the course you have nominated will be sent to you.
- Step 4: Payment – In order to secure a place you will be required to pay the fees as detailed in your offer of place. On receipt of payment a confirmation of enrolment will be sent to you. If you require a student visa prior to coming to Australia an electronic copy of the confirmation of enrolment will be forwarded to yourself and the Australian Embassy in your area and the student health insurance receipt of payment will be forwarded to you for your visa application. Student Visas are only required and made available for commercial courses of more than 12 weeks.
- Step 5: Student visa – Visas can be obtained through your nearest Australian Embassy or in Australia at the local Immigration Office. Visa information and a copy of the Student visa application form and other visa forms can be found on the Department of Immigration Web site www.immi.gov.au.
Regulatory documentation needed to start:
Aviation reference Number (ARN)
This is a number you will need for your medical and for all future documentation relating to your Australian Pilot Licence. The “Form1162” be located on the www.casa.gov.au web site and submitted via email with a copy of your passport to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You will need a class 1 Australian aviation medical conducted by an approved medical examiner. A list of approved medical examiners is available on www.casa.gov.au.
Aviation Security Pass (ASIC)
You will need to apply for an ASIC before you are able to fly solo. Having this before starting your course will assist in completing your course sooner. Application forms available on CASA site “ASIC ” .
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