Training

We are responsible for teaching the highly successful short course, the Australian Certificate in Civil Aviation Medicine (ACCAM), which is a prerequisite for medical practitioners who wish to register with the Civil Aviation Safety Authority of Australia (CASA) as Designated Aviation Medical Examiners.

This two-week course is currently held three times a year in Melbourne at The Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct.

If you have enquiries about the ACCAM course please phone
+61 3 9903 0693 or email shortcourses.depm@monash.edu.

We also provide a number of other training courses for both aircrew and aviation medicine-qualified doctors.

Course pathways

Completed ACCAM or Monash Basic Course in Aviation Medicine

2 weeks,
Melbourne / Doha

 

Diploma in Aviation Medicine


2 years,
online (2019)

 

Course information

Australian Certificate in Civil Aviation Medicine (ACCAM)

Advanced Practical Aviation Medicine (Singapore)

Monash Basic Course in Aviation Medicine (Qatar)

Monash Advanced Aviation Medicine (Qatar)

   

Monash Advanced Aviation Medicine


2 weeks,
Doha

   

For applicants holding an ACCAM equivalent

ACCAM equivalent
from another
institution

 

CASA Regulatory Aviation Medicine course


1 day,
Melbourne

 

Australian Designated Aviation Medical Examiner

Future training courses

We are developing plans to offer a Diploma in Aviation Medicine in the near future.

Expressions of interest are sought from potential students interested in undertaking this Diploma.

The course will be designed to satisfy the training syllabus requirements of the Australasian College of Aerospace Medicine.

No commitment is required at this stage: just an indication of your interest which will greatly assist in our planning efforts.