ARE YOU AN EXPERIENCED AERODROME REPORTING OFFICER?

Upgrade your skills and knowledge to the nationally recognized Aerodrome Reporting Officer Skill Set AVIS00053 with our Recognition of Prior Learning programme.

The Aerodrome Reporting Officer Skill Set :
  • WILL KEEP YOU COMPLIANT WITH CASA REQUIREMENTS
  • WILL OPEN NEW JOB OPPORTUNITIES
  • WILL INCREASE YOUR COMPETITIVENESS

The terrible loss of Concorde can be attributed to FOD on the runway; if only the ARO had done an inspection before take-off; perhaps that small piece of metal would have been seen and removed. This accident, like many others, highlights the seriousness of our work as AROs. We keep runways safe for use. But over time we forget things, it’s human nature-this is why it is a CASA requirement to refresh your ARO knowledge.

This course is more than an ARO refresher course. Yes, you will certainly meet the CASA requirements by refreshing your knowledge of rules and regulations, but you will also learn new skills. You will gain the knowledge to manage your aerodrome better and keep it safe from hazards. This course is not for those who just want to tick a box for the sake of compliance; this course is for the rest of us-those who take their responsibilities seriously and those who want to continue to learn and develop.

HOW DOES RPL WORK?

There are two parts to obtaining formal qualifications: learning, and then assessing your competence in what you have learned.

You’ve done the first part. You have learned the skills and acquired knowledge and experience, so the only remaining task is for us to assess your competence.  You may choose one of two options for your assessment: option 1, complete the activities as written in the Student Workbook, or option 2, submit your own work.

These are the subjects that will make up your Aerodrome Reporting Officer Skill Set AVIS00053 programme:

  • AVIB3005 – Inspect and report on aerodrome serviceability
  • AVIB3006 – Inspect and report on aerodrome lighting systems
  • AVIB3007 – Inspect and report on obstacle limitation surfaces
  • AVIC2001 – Drive on the airside
  • AVIE3003 – Complete a Notice to Airman
  • AVIE0001 – Operate aeronautical radio
  • AVIF3025 – Facilitate the safety of aerodrome works and works site access
  • AVIZ1005 – Maintain basic situation awareness in the aviation workplace

IS THIS PROGRAMME FOR ME?

If you have the following pre-requisite experience, apply today for the Aerodrome Reporting Officer Skill Set AVISS00053 via the ASSET Aviation Institute ARO recognition of prior learning programme.

  • ARO with 6 months of operational experience at a registered or certified aerodrome
  • Government Inspector (Aerodromes) with 6 months of operational experience
  • Department of Defence Member with 6 months of operational experience in aerodrome operations.

 

Note: you must have an Australian driver’s licence and a permit to drive airside at any Australian aerodrome.

WHY ASSET AVIATION INSTITUTE?

FAST AND FREINDLY

Your administration and teaching staff work fast and are friendly. Our systems are designed to make your application and recognition process efficient and simple.

DESIGNED FOR AVIATION PROFESSIONALS

We understand the relevance of your operational experience because your teachers and assessors are ICAO-qualified specialists with years of experience in Australian aviation.

HIGH QUALITY

Your qualification will be awarded by an ICAO TRAINAIR member and ISO 9001:2015 certified Institution. Your qualifications will be nationally recognised.

PROGRAMME FEE

Price $ 1,250

No risk: you don’t pay until your application into the programme is accepted.

HAVE QUESTIONS?


CHECK FAQs BELOW

If you have the following pre-requisites, you may apply for formal recognition of prior learning for the award of the ARO Skill Set.

  • ARO with 6 months of operational experience at a registered or certified aerodrome
  • Government Inspector (Aerodromes) with 6 months of operational experience
  • Department of Defence Member with 6 months of operational experience in aerodrome operations.

There are pre-requisites for RPL pathway for the ARO Skill Set: you must have an Australian driver’s licence and a permit to drive airside at any Australian aerodrome.

There are 8 units of competency that make up the Aerodrome Reporting Officer Skill Set AVIS00026, these are:

AVIB3005 – Inspect and report on aerodrome serviceability

AVIB3006 – Inspect and report on aerodrome lighting systems

AVIB3007 – Inspect and report on obstacle limitation surfaces

AVIC2001 – Drive on the airside

AVIE3003 – Complete a Notice to Airman

AVIE0001 – Operate aeronautical radio

AVIF3025 – Facilitate the safety of aerodrome works and works site access

AVIZ1005 – Maintain basic situation awareness in the aviation workplace

There are two parts to obtaining formal qualifications: learning, and then assessing your competence in what you have learned. You’ve done the first part. You have learned the skills and acquired knowledge and experience, so the only remaining task is for us to assess your competence. The Aerodrome Reporting Officer Skill Set has four assessment tasks. You may choose one of two options for your assessment: option 1, complete the activities as written in the Student Workbook, or option 2, submit your own work.

We all forget, and as time goes by we forget more. If you feel you are weak in a certain subject, and not confident to complete any of assessment streams, or if you are interested in reading more about the subject, you can update your knowledge before assessment using our self-study course material. When you enrol, we will send you textbooks and online learning resources for all units in the course. The books are offered as a guide, for you to refresh your knowledge, to explore deeper into a subject and to keep and to refer to as you progress and develop as a leader and manager of aerodrome operations. Then, when you are ready, you can complete the assessment activities with up-to-date knowledge and information.

The time it takes to complete the Skill Set depends on your experience, knowledge of the subject matter and how much time you have to allocate to completing the activities.

An experienced professional with a comprehensive body of work collected from years of experience may submit an assessment portfolio that meets the performance criteria and be done in a week.

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