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30+ years of Aviation training experience.

Now delivered online and on-demand. 

About QAC Online

QAC Online was founded in 2023 with the purpose of making Queensland Aerospace College’s (QAC) extensive General Familiarisation course portfolio accessible for students both on-line and on-demand. 

QAC Online prides itself on delivering innovative course content in a format that is easy to follow for students of all levels.

Course materials are based on official Aviation regulator approved courses, developed by our in-house engineers and training experts.

The complete course portfolio has no pre-requisites and is suitable for anyone with a general interest in Aircraft, or existing members of the Aviation and Aerospace industry who would like to develop their knowledge about the aircraft they work with day to day.

QAC Journey

QAC, the parent company of QAC Online, has been operating as a key Aviation and Aerospace training facility in Australia for over 30 years.  Explore the timeline below or visit the QAC website to learn more about the impressive company history.

1990

Humble Beginnings

Queensland Aerospace College (QAC) was born when founders Harry & Dawn McDougall conducted an Australian Federal Government funded program for the training of aircraft maintenance engineers in a joint venture with the Central Queensland University

1990

1992

Government Approval

QAC became a ‘Government Approved Training Organisation’ followed soon thereafter with ‘registered Training Organisation’ status from the Queensland Government.

1992

1993

Commenced Flying

QAC commenced flying operations, both air charter and flight training and was also registered with the Australian Government as a CRICOS Provider for the intake of international students

1993

1998

Apprentice Training

QAC became the first private organisation in any industry in Australia to receive apprenticeship training approval.

1998

2001

Relocation

QAC relocated from Rockhampton to its new Wooloowin offices in Brisbane.

2001

2006

EASA Approval

QAC becomes an approved European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Maintenance Training and Examination organisation.

2006

2010

Transition to new CASA system

In 2010 QAC transitioned to the new regulator framework. 

2010

2014

OJT program launch

In 2014 QAC received it’s inaugural OJT program approval.

2014

2020

QAC goes online!

As a result of the COVID pandemic, QAC shifted the delivery of all theory courses online and continues to provide virtual theory courses. 

2020

2023

QAC Online launch!

2023 marks the launch of QAC Online and the delivery of a broad portfolio of online and on-demand aviation courses. 

2023
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