Toll continues to break new ground and set new standards within the aviation industry with confirmation of its recent Civil Aviation Safety Regulation (CASR) Part 141 and 142 approvals.
The ACE Training Centre is now positioned for the broader industry to take full advantage of the world-class facility as the only provider of these services in Australia.
As part of the Part 141 and 142 approved Flying Training Organisation, The ACE Training Centre is now able to conduct the following ratings:
• AW139 Type Rating
• B412 Type Rating
• NVIS (Night vision imaging system) Rating with a AW139 NPC or B412 NPC
• Low Level Rating with a Winch Endorsement
• Flight Instructor Rating with Type Rating Training Endorsement
Training will be conducted utilising Australia’s only OEM AW139 Level D Full Flight Simulator and an incredible team of experienced staff of ground and airborne instructors.
Flight Instructors at The ACE Training Centre include Perry Scholte, Graham Svenson and Darryl Humphreys, who has been instructing on the AW139 and flying it operationally for over 11 years.
“After a rigorous process with CASA, who we’d like to thank for their assistance to date, we now have a full contingent of courses on scope and look forward to offering these services to the broader industry” said Perry Scholte, Head of Checking and Training, Toll Helicopters
Scott Watkins, General Manager, ACE Training Centre, “This is another step forward in the development of ACE and realising the goal of providing world-class training to the industry. I would encourage companies and individuals interested in any of our courses to reach out to our past students and hear first-hand the professionalism and high standards of our training, delivered locally in Australia.”
The ACE Training Centre is a world-class aviation and aeromedical training facility operated by Toll and conducts training for every crew member on board the Toll Ambulance Rescue Helicopter Service. Using high fidelity simulation and virtual reality training devices, it is setting new standards for safety, capability and education with a holistic training approach and integration of technical and non-technical training scenarios.
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