Air New Zealand Aviation Institute
Keen on career that can really take you places? We have training programmes in airline customer service that can literally take you around the world. Or do you want to get up close and personal with the latest technology? you could as an aircraft maintenance engineer. So what are you waiting for, the Air New Zealand Aviation Institute has the course for you!
Auckland is New Zealand’s largest city, with 1.3 million people.
Christchurch - Canterbury
Christchurch is the main centre of the Canterbury region, an elegant old city close to the Southern Alps.
If you are serious about a career in aviation customer service that can literally take you around the world, or if you want to get up close and personal with the latest technology as an aircraft maintenance engineer, The Air New Zealand Aviation Institute has the course for you!
The Certificate in Airline Customer Service is a 17 week training programme designed to provide prospective frontline employees with the knowledge, skills and attitudes to work within the unique and demanding aviation airline/aviation industry. After a short time, the course and it’s graduates have gained respect from the wider industry with graduates now placed in employment with all the major aviation employers. (Air New Zealand – Airport Services, Contact Centre, Business Direct, Freedom Air, Air Nelson, Pacific Blue, Jetconnect/Qantas, Emirates, Menzies Aviation, AIAL, Customs and AVSEC). Courses commence on a monthly basis at our modern Auckland based training centre, where Air New Zealand and employees of many other airlines receive their advanced aircraft training. This provides a great opportunity for students to mix and network with airline employees who undertake the various roles required to operate an airline.
EASA 147 Approved Aircraft Maintenance Course is 2 years in duration, with courses starting 3-4 times per year at our Auckland and Christchurch campuses. Students initially complete the proven National Certificate in Aeronautical Engineering in the first year, and then continue with the specific theory and practical training modules required for either a B1.1 (Mechanical) or B2 (Avionics) course outcome in the 2nd year. Students graduate with an EASA Approved Basic Maintenance Course Certificate. This qualification is recognised globally for new hire aircraft maintenance engineers. Once employed a student will need to complete 2 further years of experience with their employer before applying for an EASA Aircraft Maintenance Engineers Licence.
For those who are serious about a career in aviation, there is no better choice than the Air New Zealand Aviation Institute.