From a young age I have always been interested in technical "things", electronic or mechanical. At 14 I rebuilt a motorbike engine and from the age of 16 was repairing tv's and game consoles. From the onset I knew I would enjoy a job in the technical field. After finishing school I worked in a local abattoir with the goal to become an electrician apprentice. After 6 months this did not pan out so I joined the Royal Australian Air Force where I work still as an Avionics Technician.
Nowadays I provide technical consultation and build multirotors in my spare time. Although I have a unique qualification to do this, it is only a side job as I am currently employed full time. My passion in the multirotor scene has seen me provide professional solutions to companies globally as well as the respect in the community.
Learning how to construct, test and design advanced analog and digital electronic circuits. Write computer programs to control hardware and set up a web page to access it remotely. Design circuits to interface with sensors, motors, etc.
This qualification may apply to employees of civil aviation maintenance organisations or to members of the Australian Defence Force who perform scheduled inspections, fault diagnosis and repair, and modification of aircraft electrical, instrument and radio systems and system components.The qualification consists of: common units that apply to all Aeroskills specialist streams at Certificate III and IV levels avionic technical stream units relating to either aircraft avionic system and component maintenance or to component repair and overhaul one mechanical technical stream unit that is applicable to the aircraft maintenance stream.
Currently employed in the Australian Defence Force as an Avionics Technican Supervisor with roles and responsibilities inclusive of personel managment.
General non trade based labour, focused on quality control and acceptance.
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