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Going From CASA CPL to Engineer

Old 25th Nov 2023, 06:23
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Going From CASA CPL to Engineer

Hi guys I currently have a cpl and I was looking to self study my way to become an AME. Is there any exams that I can get recognition of prior learning on? E.g. Human Factors. TIA.
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The only real answer to that I should think is to contact an approved Pt147 organisation and get them to assess you under Recognition of Prior Learning. They will then advise you on what modules you will need to do for Cert IV (AME) or Diploma (LAME).
Aviation Australia in Brisbane is probably the biggest operator in this, but there are couple of TAFEs that do this such as Padstow in Sydney. Maybe a couple of other places...there used to be one in Nowra as well??? Expect to pay around $2k!!!! Welcome to the world of aircraft engineering qualifications!
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