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This qualification applies to individuals employed in engineering departments of manufacturers and aviation maintenance organisations in both the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and Australian Defence Force (ADF) regulatory environments. Individuals could also be employed in Continuing Airworthiness Management Organisations (CAMOs) and in ADF Approved Engineering Organisations (AEOs). Typical jobs could be supporting professional engineers in design teams, members of airworthiness review teams, maintenance planners, spares assessors, repairable item managers and technical authors. While a direct entry training pathway is provided it must be emphasised that many of the maintenance management positions applicable to the qualification have additional experience requirements specified in airworthiness regulations and only a limited range of employment opportunities may be available to those who do not have extensive prior aviation maintenance experience.
The qualification consists of twenty-nine (29) units, of which twenty (20) are core units and the remaining nine (9) units are electives from which either three (3) or five (5) units must be selected using the unit selection guidance in the Group A table.
Credit is provided towards the MEA60518 Advanced Diploma of Avionic Engineering.
This qualification applies to workplaces that operate under the airworthiness regulatory systems of the ADF and CASA. Any regulatory/licensing requirements associated with any MEA units of competency must be met.