Current Affairs in Aviation
UNSW Aviation's two-day short course is aimed at Year 9-12 students interested in a career in Aviation. From the technically challenging cockpit with awe-inspiring views to the operational, logistical, safety and commercial challenges of managing airports and airlines, UNSW Aviation is uniquely placed to create graduates ready to take on opportunities and become future leaders in this exciting industry.
Students get a taste of university life and insight into the study of aviation, which will include workshops in scheduling and navigation. They will also learn about the many career pathways aviation offers and guest speakers will add real world perspectives about current affairs in aviation.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided, and students will be able to meet like-minded peers, industry leaders, aviators and academics.
Registration is by way of a $25 donation made directly to the Royal Flying Doctor Service (SE Section).