Airframe Maintenance Technician

This certificate is designed to prepare students to qualify for the Airframe Certificate issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

This certificate is designed to prepare students to qualify for the Airframe Certificate issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which enables the holder to perform 100 hours and annual inspections on aircraft ranging from small aircraft used in general aviation to jets utilized by commercial airlines. The written examinations are administered by the FAA at computer testing centers. The total program requires 1,150 hours of lecture and laboratory.

REQUIRED COURSES: Units
AERO 050 General/Calculations and Basic Electricity Airframe and Powerplant Technologies 5
AERO 050L General Laboratory/Calculations and Basic Electricity Airframe and Powerplant Technologies 2
AERO 051 General/Materials and Servicing Airframe and Powerplant Technologies 5
AERO 051L General Laboratory/Materials and Servicing Airframe and Powerplant Technologies 2
AERO 052 Airframe Maintenance - Structures 6
AERO 052L Airframe Maintenance Laboratory - Structures 5
AERO 053 Airframe Maintenance - Systems and Components 6
AERO 053L Airframe Maintenance Laboratory - Systems and Components 5
 
RECOMMENDED COURSE: Units
AERO 015 Nano Composite Technology 2
 
Total Units 36 - 38
PROGRAM LEVEL OUTCOMES:
  1. Familiarization with and application of general/calculations and basic electricity of aviation as required by the FAA
  2. Familiarization with and application of general/materials and servicing of aviation as required by the FAA
  3. Interpret airframe and powerplant manuals
  4. Preform required inspections on an aircraft
  5. Troubleshoot aircraft, airframe and powerplant systems
  6. Service aircraft, airframe and powerplant systems
  7. Assess the serviceability of parts
  8. Write descriptive descrepancy reports

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