IAANZ is proud to bring to you an eLearning course
designed and developed by Industry professionals and subject matter experts.
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Complete this form for access to a trail eLearning account. All the best!
Wanting to enrol for our 2022 intakes? Applications are open now and will close 04 October 2021. We invite anyone interested in attending IAANZ next year to a tour of our facilities including classrooms and sim centre at a time convenient to yourself. At this time we can discuss the application process, course content and fees.
In addition we have two spaces available for our Jul 2021 intake. Applications for this are open now and will be subject to an interview. Contact us for more details.
Want to see what our eLearning course looks like?
Here’s a sneak preview just for you!
The following 6 Private Pilot Licence theory subjects are available now
- Aircraft Technology
- Flight Radio
- Human Factors
- Flight Navigation
- Air Law
Gain knowledge of air law; personnel licensing; airworthiness of aircraft and aircraft equipment provisions; understand general operating and flight rules including Air Traffic Services provisions.
Unit standard: 26807
Learn the knowledge of: air data instruments; integrated flight instrument systems; warning systems; recorder systems; navigation aids; and FANS (CNS/ATM).
Unit standard: 26812
Gain knowledge of: flight planning concepts; manual flight planning; and computerised flight planning.
Unit standard: 26810
Through our online environment and resources, we can help you prepare for your PPL theory examinations with Aviation Services Limited (ASL). These will count towards gaining a New Zealand Private Pilot Licence, provide you a taste of the aviation world and if required credits towards your NCEA.
For International students, this is an opportunity for you to start Aviation learning from the comfort of your home try aviation learning before you enrol on the full course.
How does E-Learning work?
Our e-learning courses have been designed by both educational e-learning professionals and qualified pilots. Each course is split into sections and lessons with theory material which covers the CAA required syllabus along with video footage, photo imagery to ensure you are kept engaged and your different learning styles are met. Interactive activities throughout the course test your knowledge and learning. An instructor is appointed to your course who will follow you through your learning, answer any questions you may have and provide a weekly webinar.
At the end of your course and when you are ready, you will have the option of booking your assessment with ASPEQ who are the national assessment body for Aviation in New Zealand. We can help you locate your nearest assessment location in New Zealand or overseas.
What platform is used to deliver the courses?
The learning platform is Moodle which is an acronym for Modular object-orientated dynamic learning environment. This learning environment will provide access to your course information, activities to test your learning, chat facility to allow you to engage with other learners completing the same course among many other features. Our portal also keeps you up to date with the latest course information including news, events and important details. Once you have enrolled you will be provided with a username and password that will enable you to start the journey towards Fulfilling your dream of flight.