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New Zealand Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering (E

New Zealand Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering (European Regulations) - Level 5 (B1.1)

Location: Christchurch Campus


Format Classroom lectures supported with workshop and hangar based practical lessons, followed by 8 weeks of on job training with Air New Zealand Engineering and Maintenance. EASA license exams are conducted at the end of each module. 


Duration:46 training weeks delivered over 1 year.


Qualification:

New Zealand Diploma in Aeronautical Engineering (European Regulations) - Level 5

EASA B1.1 Exam credits in subjects 1-10, 11,15 and 17 (if only attending the Diploma)

EASA Part 147 Approved Basic Training Course (if completing with the New Zealand Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering)
 


Pre Requisite:

International Students
(1) 18 years of age
(2) Placement Test
(3) English language level of IELTS 5.5, with no band lower than 5.0, or approved equivalent.
(4) New Zealand Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering (Pre-employment Skills)- Level 3, or National Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering (Related Technology) - Level 3, or approved equivalent aircraft maintenance course. 


Module Structure

PE6001*

Mathematics

4.0

4.0

PE6002*

Physics

7.0

7.0

PE6003*

Electrical Fundamentals

15.0

15.0

PE6004*

Electronic Fundamentals

10.0

10.0

PE6005*

Digital Techniques

13.0

13.0

PE6006*

Materials and Hardware

9.0

9.0

PE6007*

Maintenance Practices

17.0

17.0

PE6008*

Basic Aerodynamics

4.0

4.0

PE6009*

Human Factors

10.0

10.0

PE6010*

Aviation Legislation

8.0

8.0

PE6011a

Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems

21.0

n/a

PE6013

Aircraft Aerodynamics, Structures and Systems

n/a

35.0

PE6014

Propulsion

n/a

5.0

PE6015

Gas Turbines

11.0

n/a

PE6017

Propellers

6.0

n/a

 

B1.1 or B2 Practical 

42.0

42.0

 

On Job Training (@ 8 hours per day) with Air NZ Engineering & Maintenance 

36.0

36.0

 

Total Days

213

215

 

Total Hours

1350

1362

 

* Common modules 1-10 are delivered to the highest level required for either B1.1 or B2 strand. 

 

 

 

Further Study

The Aviation Institute has established pathways to two UK based universities for students who wish to complete a degree qualification before seeking employment opportunities. 

For Further Details Contact us on 022 22633400/02/04/05