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Airplane flying overhead - aeronautics courses

Since the conceptual sketches of Leonardo Da Vinci and the famous flight of the Wright brothers in 1903, the study, design, manufacturing and science of aircrafts, known as aeronautics has become integral to the functioning of modern civilization. As the growth of world travel increases, it is important for those working in aeronautics and aviation to remain on top of developments in technologies, systems and regulations.

Take a look at aviation and aeronautics courses offered by these training providers.

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AS 9100:2016 Rev D Transition
BSI America
2 days
1,295 USD
Multiple (3)
This two day AS 9100:2016 Rev D Transition course outlines the key changes between the 9100:2009 and 9100:2016 standards, how...
Aerospace Program Management - It's More than Scheduling and Delivery
Compliance Online
2 days
1,499 USD
Effective and efficient management of today's complex and integrated programs requires both the refinement of interpersonal and basic leadership skills...
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Stay qualified and at the front of your field with aeronautics courses

Aviation or aeronautics is summarized as the science of flight, and often includes the design and construction of aircrafts. As global travel increases, the necessity to remain qualified in an ever-developing industry mirrors the growing prospects in careers. Professional aeronautics courses are a strong way to keep yourself at the forefront of the industry and develop your skills in both fundamental and specialist areas.

Career options - where aeronautics could take you

Aeronautics is a very broad field that can appeal to a wide range of people. Some possible careers in the aeronautics and aviation industry include:

  • Aircraft pilot
  • Airport manager
  • Aeronautic engineer
  • Aircraft technician
  • Aviation design
  • Aircraft maintenance
  • Air traffic controller
  • Aviation safety expert
  • Airline manager

Training for pilots

Whether commercial, corporate, military or private, becoming a pilot is an ambitious but rewarding path for those with the passion. Typically, a degree in aviation, aeronautics, engineering, computer science or similar is required in order to become a pilot, although being trained by the military is also a common entry point. Pilots in training require 250 hours of flight time experience in order to become qualified. As well as an in-depth knowledge of aviation and aeronautics, it is essential for pilots to be good problem-solvers and communicators so undertaking training to develop skills in communication, people management and similar areas alongside aeronautics courses can be incredibly beneficial.

Other career options in aeronautics

For those of you after a more “down to Earth” career path, aeronautical engineering, the study, development and construction of aircrafts, could be a great option. A degree in aeronautical or aerospace engineering is typically required, though a related major may be acceptable. Some higher-level positions may require you to obtain a professional engineering license. As well as university qualifications, aeronautical engineers are also required to be a good team player, have strong communication and analytical skills, as well as other key attributes so training in these areas alongside your auronautic courses and education may be beneficial.

Aeronautics courses and other options are also available for those working in management, health and safety and various areas of the aviation industry.

Some other areas related to aeronautics courses could include:

  • Engineering
  • Government & Military
  • Industrial