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.
In 2019, the Aviation Medicine unit will launch the much anticipated Diploma in Aviation Medicine. This two year, online course is taught by a highly qualified and experienced international team of aviation medicine specialists and combines in-depth theoretical knowledge with strong links to the global aviation industry.
If you have enquiries about our teaching program course please phone
+61 3 9903 0693 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We also provide a number of other training courses for both aircrew and aviation medicine-qualified doctors.
Completed ACCAM or Monash Basic Course in Aviation Medicine
Diploma in Aviation Medicine
Advanced Practical Aviation Medicine (Singapore)
Monash Advanced Aviation Medicine
For applicants holding an ACCAM equivalent
CASA Regulatory Aviation Medicine course
Australian Designated Aviation Medical Examiner