2021 training dates confirmed

Want to upskill in 2021? Keep your licence up to date and pick up valuable skills when you choose to train with us. In 2021, we are hosting our flagship 139 type training courses, plus engine courses.

With one course selling out to a waitlist before launching publicly, we are ready for a big year. These are the training dates to mark in your diary for 2021.

139 type training

With major 139 contracts being extended and renewed across Australia, demand continues for engineers who can service this aircraft. We have just been out to the field to bring you a new suite of fault scenarios, ensuring you gain the latest skills.

B1.3 Engine/Airframe

  • 12 April to 14 May (sold out)
  • 30 August to 1 October

B2 Avionics

  • 19 April to 14 May (sold out)
  • 6 September to 1 October

The April course sold out to waitlist – so if you’re keen to take a 139 course, keep the September dates in mind. At the time of writing, there are 6 spots remaining on this course.


RR250 Series engine training

Get to know the various engines in this popular series, and the aircraft they’re commonly used in. Then apply your knowledge in daily practical activities. A RR250 OJT Journal has also launched to complement your training.

  • 8–12 March
  • 18–22 October


T53 engine training

Our newest course sees you learning under the guidance of an instructor with more than 20 years of experience on this engine. Training takes place in July, giving you plenty of time to prepare for the summer bushfire season.

5–9 July






Answering your training questions


Can I put a spot on hold?

The only way to save your place on a course is to enrol online. Please be aware that you are required to pay a non-refundable deposit as part of your enrolment for a 139 type course, and payment for engine courses is required within 7 days of enrolment. So only go through this process if you can commit to the training – email us if you have any questions about enrolling.

Do you do 5-cat training on the 139?

Unfortunately we don’t offer this, because there is not enough demand to run a dedicated 5-cat course. That means you need to sit the B1.3 and B2 courses individually. If you’re weighing up whether 5-cat training is right for you, we’re always happy to chat through your options and the costs of each.

Are you running a 139 exclusions removal course?

We run these courses based on demand. To register your interest in a 2021 course, send us an email and we will add you to the waitlist. You will be the first to know when upcoming dates are confirmed (and we’ll be sure to give you plenty of notice).

Can you run private training?

Yes we do. To learn about corporate training at your hangar, send us an enquiry. We can also provide you with case studies of how we work with operators to run team training.


Find more information on the Courses page. As always, our courses are capped to give you more aircraft exposure. We hope to see you in 2021!

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