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Specialist technical training depends on where you go with your career, and can include aircraft replacement/upgrade project roles, design and development roles…
Specialist technical training depends on where you go with your career, and can include aircraft replacement/upgrade project roles, design and development roles…
Whenuapai, Auckland
Specialist technical training depends on where you go with your career, and can include aircraft replacement/upgrade project roles, avionic research, design and…
Next, you’ll undergo a four-month Parachute Jump Instructor Course before being awarded your PJI’s brevet. You’ll be expected to achieve Free-fall Instructor…
Woodbourne, Marlborough
To enable you to become an instructor, a number of Instructional Technique Courses for both theory and practical training are completed. This is held at No.
Auckland City, Auckland
Later you will have opportunities to become an instructor and be part of the management team leading S&S through the ever-changing environment, as a member of a…
Specialist technical training depends on where you go with your career, and can include aircraft replacement/upgrade project roles, aircraft research, design…
Ohakea, Manawatu-Wanganui
Initially, in your primary role as aircrew, you’ll fly as an operational Co-pilot, but with further training and experience you’ll soon make the leap to…
And, as your career progresses, you can expect to work as an instructor. You will reach a stage where you will return to an AWO training organisation and learn…
Your role is challenging and varied in that your tasks range from being an instructor to performing protective security patrols across all weather and…

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