The following prerequisites are the minimum entry requirements applicable to NZ domestic students wishing to study towards the NZ Diploma in Aviation:
Four years; secondary schooling where instruction and all learning activities have taken place in English, and at least 14 Level 3 credits in an English-rich subject (English, History, Art, Geography, Chemistry, Economics, Biology, Physics, Classics, Art History, Journalism, Media Studies, Religious Studies, Physical Education).
Some experience of being around aircraft, or provides evidence of self-motivated efforts to educate themselves about aircraft and the profession of being a pilot.
A CAANZ Medical Certificate Class 1. Applicants who are advised they have successfully completed the selection process must present their Class 1 medical to the flight training organisation before they commence training.
The Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand requires all prospective licence holders to meet a Fit and Proper Person Assessment prior to licence issue. You are therefore required to provide both criminal conviction and transport offence history on application for a New Zealand licence. This information will need to be obtained from the country or countries which you have spent more than six months in within the last five years.
An up to date Criminal Conviction Report showing a conviction free period of at least three years prior to the date on which training will commence and no more than one conviction for drunk driving.
An up to date Demerit Points and Suspension History Report (Traffic Offence History) showing a maximum of 75 demerit points within the three years immediately prior to the date on which training will commence.
Students must achieve a Medium, Above Average or High result in the online ADAPT© Pre-screening Online Assessment to be considered for enrolment. The cost of this test is NZD$100 plus GST ($115.00) and must be completed prior to enrolment. To complete this assessment or for more information go to: www.nzskillsconnect.co.nz.