Air Law Training Scheme
Level 6

Air Law Training Scheme

  • NMIT is part of Te Pūkenga

    This means that you will now graduate with a Te Pūkenga qualification. Read more

  • Locations and dates


    1 July 2024
    7 October 2024
    6 January 2025
    31 March 2025
    14 July 2025
    6 October 2025
  • Total credits


  • Fees

    2024: $114 plus $51 Student Services Levy

    Compulsory Student Services Levy applies (2024; $2.05 per credit).

    Fees listed are for each year of the programme, indicative only and may vary with course selection.

    View course details for individual fees.

  • National qualification code


Online programme.

Apply knowledge of air law to the certification of aeronautical maintenance.

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This is a stand-alone Training Scheme and like the others, can be studied flexibly, online and independently while working as an aircraft maintenance engineer. This will allow you to continue full-time employment while working towards completing your CAA examinations – a compulsory requirement for licensing. 

This course helps students to develop a thorough working knowledge of civil aviation regulatory requirements (Air Law), demonstrate a responsible attitude and sufficient maturity needed to make correct and timely decisions relating to the proper performance, supervision and certification of aircraft maintenance.

NZQA Unit Standard 20904 will be awarded after the successful completion of the AMEL Air Law Exam 20 & 21.

You will cover:

  • Aviation terminology and abbreviations
  • Accident and incident reporting
  • Transition rules
  • Aeronautical parts and supplies
  • Certification of products and parts
  • Airworthiness directives and general maintenance rules
  • Aircraft registration and markings
  • Aircraft maintenance engineer licensing
  • Aircraft operator and maintenance organisation requirements

How do training schemes work?

This Training Scheme is studied online so you can fit it around your work commitments and is available for 56 weeks from enrolment. You should allow approximately 23 hours per week of self-directed learning per course.

Training Schemes allow you to apply and pay for one subject at a time, this means you can pass the ASPEQ (CAA) exam and enrol on the next Training Scheme of your choice.

NMIT has been teaching aeronautical engineering maintenance for many years and is New Zealand's first approved NZCAA Part 147 Certified Maintenance Training Organisation.








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