The Minister for Training and Skills, Gayle Tierney, officially launched a funding grant of $1.8 million to Aviation Aerospace Australia to develop a qualification in aviation and aerospace fundamentals, to meet the skills needs of the industry.
The Australian Division of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) and Australian Flying magazine have awarded Moorabbin Flying Services the 2017 and 2018 Flying Training Organisation of the Year.
Moorabbin Flying Services is celebrating its 25th year in 2018 and everyone is invited to join in the graduation festivities. We would love to see many alumnae attend from all over the globe.
Please contact us to find out more and to reserve your seat.
MFS is moving to Moodle which is an online training platform used by tertiary educators such as Monash University and Australian National University. Moodle allows for our students to interact with their instructors and peers, and complete set work from the instructors. Having our own MFS Moodle website allows us to put portions of our courses online for the students to view the content, do quizzes, watch videos and interact with each other on a forum if they have questions which they want to ask one another. This does not take away from any of the classroom teaching, but is a tool in addition to this. It gives students access to documents and support even while studying at home.
The annual Women's Forum is an initiative dedicated to support a higher representation of women in Aviation/Aerospace. This is an opportunity for prospective female aviators to speak directly with women in the industry. Hosted by MFS and Australian Womens Pilots’ Association every year, contact us for more information about the next event.
MFS INTERNEE ALEXANDER RUCKUR FROM GRIFFITH UNIVERSITY IS PRESENTED AN AWARD BY MARK DARRAGH.
MFS have been part of the A/AA NGN Ignite Internship program over the last twelve months.
Alexander won the internship from the other applicants and has been with us all week.