The Aircraft Structural Repair Technician is responsible for the assessment of damage, control of corrosion, repairs, modifications, and replacement of aircraft structures and structural components using recognized techniques and specialized tools and equipment. Students are trained in the maintenance, repair and fabrication of aircraft structural components. In addition to training with wood, fabric and sheet metal materials, this program includes extensive training in modern composite materials. Upon completion, students are awarded a Certificate in, Aircraft Structural Repair. Along with an experience credit of 10 months that can be used towards the “S” category AME License.
|Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Technology program|
The three-year Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology program offers training in fixed and rotary wing categories. Initially, students complete the Engineering Technology (First Year) curriculum and then begin specialized training in Technical Intersessions, Second and Third Year. Topics include the role of the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer as being responsible for aviation safety and airworthiness. Courses cover all aspects of aircraft maintenance for fixed and rotary wing aircraft and include safety practices, ground handling, inspection techniques, power plants, structural repair, aircraft systems, and avionics. Upon completion of the three-year program, students are awarded a Diploma of Technology, Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technology.
This program is accredited by Transport Canada as meeting the basic training requirements for the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s license categories “M1”, “M2” and “E”. Transport Canada also grants qualified graduates, a 21-month experience credit towards the 48 months required and credit for having completed the required knowledge exams.