Aerospace Training is offered as a part of the curriculum delivered through the assistance from small microdrones to medium size drones. It also involves looking into meteorology, theory of flight, practicing flight in range of instance including flying drones, flying in gliders, and flying in powered aircraft. The Aerospace domain is broad encompassing Cyber, aeronautical engineering and a range of other functions.
The goal of the Air & Space Power element is to develop the cadets understanding of air and space power and how it is applied on current and future Defence operations. It includes history, theory, organisation, and technology elements, and describes the development of 5th generation Air Power and its relationship with the Information and Cyber domain.
The goal of the Aviation Systems element is to develop the cadets understanding of aviation operations, safety, airfield and airspace management, and principles of good airmanship. The element is heavily geared towards the application of aerospace and developing the core principles of airmanship and airmindedness. The content supports Air Force base visits and micro-drone flying activities and works towards building the cadets understanding of the aviation safety culture and underpins flying activities.
The goal of the Space Systems element is to develop the cadets' understanding of the Space domain, and the evolution of associated technology and its civil and military application to terrestrial activities and operations.
The goal of the Cyber Systems element is to develop the cadets' understanding of the Cyber domain, and the evolution of associated technologies.
The goal of the Aeronautical Knowledge element is to develop the cadets' understanding of the military and civilian aerospace vehicle design, and how this has impacted the development of capabilities, roles, and missions.
The content also provides foundation knowledge for cadets who want to pursue pilot training.