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Aviation Courses

Gain the specific set of skills you need for a job within the aviation industry through an aviation course or diploma.

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Diploma2,354leaners applied last year
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Banknote401,749 KESaverage salary

Career options and possible career trajectory

LayersAircraft Electrical Installer or Technician
LayersAircraft Manufacturing Engineer
LayersAirline Pilot
LayersAirport Operations Manager
LayersAir Traffic Controller

Recommended Competencies

  • Aviation Employee Competencies
  • Customer Service Orientation
  • Flexibility and Adaptability
  • Interpersonal Skills
  • Communication Skills

Skills to learn next

  • Aviation Employee Competencies
  • Customer Service Orientation

Take the next step in your aviation career

There are a host of jobs in the aviation industry, with many different career paths on offer. Gain the specific set of skills you need for a job within the aviation industry through a short course. 

  • Become cabin crew with a short course to learn passenger and aircraft safety. Short courses in Aviation Safety and Security train candidates in security tasks relating to cargo. Learners are taught how to implement procedures and security measures in line with prescribed aviation rules and regulations. 

  • Diploma courses in aviation and related fields range from specialisations in freight management to aviation security management, and travel and tourism to flight dispatch and operation. 

  • An Aeronautical Engineering diploma equips learners with the skills to conduct aircraft maintenance duties. Bachelor of Science programmes cater to your particular field of interest. 

  • A degree specialisation in aerospace logistics covers areas such as aviation marketing, practical skills of logistics, purchasing, as well as safety and management. 

  • An aerospace security specialisation, on the other hand, delves into aviation laws, crime detection and forensic science. 

  • To become a pilot you can obtain the BSc in Professional Pilot option, and earn your private and commercial licenses. There are also diploma options to obtain these licenses. 

Take the next step in your aviation career by pursuing a master’s degree or postgraduate diploma.

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Take the next step in your aviation career

There are a host of jobs in the aviation industry, with many different career paths on offer. Gain the specific set of skills you need for a job within the aviation industry through a short course. 

  • Become cabin crew with a short course to learn passenger and aircraft safety. Short courses in Aviation Safety and Security train candidates in security tasks relating to cargo. Learners are taught how to implement procedures and security measures in line with prescribed aviation rules and regulations. 

  • Diploma courses in aviation and related fields range from specialisations in freight management to aviation security management, and travel and tourism to flight dispatch and operation. 

  • An Aeronautical Engineering diploma equips learners with the skills to conduct aircraft maintenance duties. Bachelor of Science programmes cater to your particular field of interest. 

  • A degree specialisation in aerospace logistics covers areas such as aviation marketing, practical skills of logistics, purchasing, as well as safety and management. 

  • An aerospace security specialisation, on the other hand, delves into aviation laws, crime detection and forensic science. 

  • To become a pilot you can obtain the BSc in Professional Pilot option, and earn your private and commercial licenses. There are also diploma options to obtain these licenses. 

Take the next step in your aviation career by pursuing a master’s degree or postgraduate diploma.