Advanced Diploma of Aviation Maintenance Management (Mechanical) - MEA60218

RMIT University

Subjects you can Study:

Manage budgetary resources in the aviation maintenance environment; Establish, maintain and evaluate the organisation's work health and safety system; Communicate aviation technical and maintenance management knowledge; Apply mathematical techniques in a manufacturing engineering or related environment; Manage self in the aviation maintenance environment; Provide technical advice in the maintenance and management of aircraft and aeronautical product; Manage risk in aviation maintenance; Investigate technical aspects of aviation occurrences; Write aviation technical publications; Provide engineering advice in the modification, maintenance and management of aircraft systems; Manage aviation maintenance work environment policy and practices; Supervise aviation maintenance teams and perform maintenance quality inspections; Manage the custody, transfer and disposal of aircraft, aeronautical product and support equipment; Manage public sector financial resources; Assess aviation maintenance spares and manage repairable items; Perform aircraft weight control activities; Manage aircraft maintenance activities; Perform airworthiness management and maintenance program tasks; Select common engineering materials; Perform aviation maintenance-related integrated logistic support management activities; Prepare and manage aviation maintenance organisation budgets and financial plans; Perform aviation technical publication management activities; Develop and manage maintenance error management programs; Apply technical mathematics; Manage aircraft and aeronautical product configuration; Plan and implement aeronautical product maintenance activities; Manage an aviation maintenance quality system; Apply basic scientific principles and techniques in aeronautical engineering situations; Coordinate change programs in the aviation maintenance environment; Manage deployed/detached aviation maintenance activities; Manage aircraft and equipment system performance testing; Use computers in aviation maintenance-related integrated logistic support activities; Select and test aeronautical engineering materials; Develop workplace policy and procedures for environmental sustainability; Develop aviation maintenance personnel

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