At the end of a course of training, you will be issued with a course completion certificate (CCC) by your approved
training organisation (ATO).
This certificate should show:
If your application is for more than one licensing component and you trained for each component separately, you will
need to include a CCC for each course of training you have completed.
For instance, if you have completed training for a LAPL in one course and the training for a Night rating in a
different course, and you are applying for the LAPL and the Night rating as one application, you must include a
separate CCC for each course.
There are several types of CCC, depending what training you have completed. Your ATO will issue you with the
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