AVI50215 – Diploma in Aviation (Commercial Pilot Licence – Aeroplane)

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KRTS is a Registered Training Organisation (RTO)

RTO CODE: 90252

RTO accredited

Replaces course: AVI40108 – Certificate IV in Aviation (Commercial Pilot Aeroplane Licence)

This Diploma prepares you for the roles of flight crew personnel in performing normal and emergency commercial pilot duties in either Commercial or Defence aviation flight operations.

Flight crew duties include applying technical and non-technical aviation skills and knowledge within a wide range of air transport operations, including passenger, charter and cargo operations.

Individuals working at this level will apply knowledge and skills to demonstrate autonomy, judgement and defined responsibility in a variety of contexts and within broad but established parameters.

This qualification forms some of the requirements for certification as a commercial pilot by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) as directed by Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) Part 61 Flight crew licensing.

People seeking certification should check these requirements with CASA before enrolling in this course

Replaces course: AVI40108 – Certificate IV in Aviation (Commercial Pilot Aeroplane Licence)

This course will be available shortly

NB: This course is not offered as a traineeship. It is a Fee-For Service Course

The following information will assist your choices when considering this course provided by KRTS Pty Ltd, a New South Wales Registered Training Organisation (RTO) located in Junee in NSW.

 The Diploma:

  • This diploma is Industry standard for those aspiring to be a commercial airline pilot
  • It is a nationally recognised certification.
  • It requires successful completion of 29 units of competency
  • Jobs roles  in the Industry may include:
    • Commercial aeroplane pilot
    • Military aeroplane pilot

The Client:

  • Must be over 15 years of age and meet English language requirements.
  • Will be interviewed to ascertain suitability for the program.
  • Can take advantage of the student services offered by the RTO.
  • Build a career pathway to the next level and beyond in the aviation business.

RTO Information:

  • Information on the RTO can be found under the Student Information Menu
  • Information and help can be obtained through the telephone on: (02) 6924 4046 or by email to info@krtstraining.com.au


  • To obtain the Diploma you will be assessed by an accredited Flight Instructor / Assessor from KRTS.
  • Assessment is designed to determine whether you are competent in the various units covered in this Diploma as well as meeting any CASA requirements
  • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is an assessment of your work and life experience and any credentials you have gained. This can reduce your actual time in training.
  • You can apply using the RPL kit available to you.

The Units of Competency:

There are 28 x CORE units of competency and 1 x general ELECTIVE unit of competency that form this Diploma.

CORE Units:

AVIE4001 – Maintain aircraft radio communications

AVIF0004 – Implement aviation risk management processes

AVIF0005 – Implement aviation fatigue risk management processes

AVIF0007 – Implement threat and error management strategies

AVIF0008 – Manage safe flight operations

AVIF0011 – Manage aircraft passengers and cargo

AVIF0014 – Manage human factors in aviation operations

AVIH0002 – Plan a flight under visual flight rules

AVIH4001 – Navigate aircraft under visual flight rules

AVILIC0001 – Licence to operate a commercial aeroplane

AVIO0002 – Manage disruptive behaviour and unlawful interference with aviation

AVIW4001 – Manage pre – and post – flight actions

AVIW5018 – Operate and manage aircraft systems

AVIY0001 – Operate aircraft using aircraft flight instruments

AVIY0002 – Operate in controlled airspace

AVIY0003 – Operate in Class G airspace

AVIY0004 – Operate at non-towered aerodromes

AVIY0005 – Operate at a controlled aerodrome

AVIY0008 – Apply aeronautical knowledge to aviation operations

AVIY0009 – Apply the principles of civil air law to aviation operations

AVIY0018 – Execute advanced aeroplane manoeuvres and procedures

AVIY0019 – Manage abnormal aeroplane flight situations

AVIY4001 – Control aeroplane on the ground

AVIY4002 – Take off aeroplane

AVIY4003 – Control aeroplane in normal flight

AVIY4004 – Land aeroplane

AVIY4007 – Manage aircraft fuel

AVIZ4001 – Manage situational awareness in aircraft flight

Examples of ELECTIVE units:

AVIF0001 – Apply aircraft safety procedures

AVIH4012 – Plan a flight under night visual flight rules

AVIH4013 – Navigate aircraft under night visual flight rules

AVIN0001 – Command an aircraft in a multi crew environment

AVIN0002 – Supervise and manage safe flight operations as pilot in command

AVIW3026 – Conduct night vision imaging system operations

AVIY0006 – Operate aeroplane at low level

AVIY0007 – Conduct aerial application operations

AVIY5024 – Operate aircraft in the traffic pattern at night

AVIZ0001 – Maintain and manage situational awareness as pilot in command


For further information on these and other related units visit the website www.training.gov.au. Click on image National Register of VET. When next page opens, in the quick search area under Nationally recognised training type in AVI. This will take you to a page showing AVI08, click on the link to find all courses, skill sets and units of competency covered by that training package.