AIRMF-DP Aircraft Maintenance Engineer

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
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AMEG-1003Aircraft Ground Handling
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Topics covered in the course are: how to safely perform ground handling and servicing of aircraft, and select and use appropriate fire extinguishers for fire suppression.

AMEG-1004Aircraft Wood & Fabric
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Students will learn to maintain aircraft wood structures and fabric covered aircraft including recovering.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AMEG-1005Aircraft Hardware
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Students will learn how to select and install aircraft hardware and ensure that installed hardware is certified and traceable.

AMEG-1007Aircraft Structural Materials
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Students will learn to select proper materials for airframe repair and maintenance and assess and control corrosion.

AMEG-1009Aircraft Weight & Balance
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Students will learn to weight aircraft as per manufacturers' recommendations, compute centre of gravity, prepare a new or revised weight and balance and amend the equipment list as required.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AMEG-1010Non-Destructive Testing
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Students will learn how to select the appropriate type of non-destructive testing inspection process to inspect aircraft structures or components.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
AMEG-1011Electrical Systems 1
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Students will be introduced to direct current electrical theory, including atomic structure, electrostatics, and magnetism as applicable to aircraft electrical systems. Students will explore a variety of aircraft storage batteries, electrical measuring devices, and complete practical projects involving aircraft batteries, Ohm's and Kirchhoff's laws.

AMEG-1012Electrical Systems 2
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Building on the knowledge learned in AMEG-1011 Electrical Systems 1, students will continue their studies of electrical systems by exploring aircraft which make use of alternating current electricity, inductive and capacitive devices, and a variety of other semi-conductors. Students will examine aircraft electrical generators, alternators, voltage regulation, and will complete practical projects with electrical measuring devices, and various aircraft electrical generating components and systems.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AMEG-1013Electrical Systems 3
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Continuing the study of aircraft electrical systems with the knowledge learned in AMEG-1011 Electrical Systems 1 and AMEG-1012 Electrical Systems 2, students will explore circuit installation and wiring practices, the architecture of aircraft electrical systems, and motors. Practical projects will include troubleshooting and fault isolation of various aircraft power generation and distribution systems.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
AMEG-1016CARs (Canadian Aviation Regulations)
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Students will learn the applicable Canadian Aviation Regulations with regard to aircraft maintenance requirements.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
AMEG-1021Environmental Systems
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Students will learn to service and maintain aircraft environmental systems including heating, cooling, pressurization and oxygen.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
AMEG-1024Aviation Math and Physics
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Students will use applied mathematics and physics as problem-solving tools in day-to-day aircraft maintenance activities.

AMEG-1028Airframe Fuel Systems
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Students will learn how to safely service an aircraft with the correct rated fuel. Students will also be taught general maintenance of aircraft fuel systems.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AMEG-1030Tools & Equipment
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Students will learn how to identify, select and safely use appropriate tools and equipment in aircraft maintenance.

AMEG-1034Propellers
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Students will learn to maintain aircraft propellers and related systems excluding overhaul.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3 courses.
AMEG-1229Dynamic Drive Systems
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Students will learn how to maintain and service helicopter dynamic drive trains.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
AMEG-1277Hydraulic & Pneumatic Systems
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Students will learn how to safely service and maintain aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

AVIA-1009Intro to CARs
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Introduction to the Canadian Aviation Regulations identifies the basic framework of the Canadian Aviation Regulations, enabling participants to navigate the standards and regulations associated with Canadian civil aviation. 

AVIA-1025Turbine Engines 1
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Students will learn the history of the development and theory of operation of aircraft turbine engines.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AVIA-1027Ethics and Sustainability
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This introductory-level course will introduce students to the foundation of ethical behaviour at work by employing critical thinking and demonstrating professional behaviour. The objective is to raise students' awareness of the importance of personal integrity in their chosen field.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AVIA-1028Turbine Engines 2
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Students will learn the theory of operation of aircraft turbine engines related systems and their components.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
AVIA-1031Turbine Engines 3
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Students will perform maintenance tasks on aircraft gas turbine engines and their related systems.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3 courses.
AVIA-1039Reciprocating Engines 1
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Students will learn the history, development, and theory of operation of aircraft reciprocating engines.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AVIA-1040Reciprocating Engines 2
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Students will learn the theory of operation of aircraft reciprocating engine fuel systems, induction, supercharging, exhaust systems, and lubrication systems.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
AVIA-1042Reciprocating Engines 3
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Students will learn the theory of operation of aircraft reciprocating engine starting and ignition systems, and will learn reciprocating engine maintenance procedures. Students will perform maintenance tasks on aircraft reciprocating engines.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3 courses.
AVIA-1053Landing Gear
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Students will learn how to service and maintain landing gear systems and related components including wheels, brakes, indication systems and warning systems.

Prerequisites:
Succesful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AVIA-1055Rotary Wing Theory of Flight
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Students will learn helicopter theory of flight in relation to the rigging and maintenance of helicopter flight control systems. Students will also learn how to inspect helicopter structures.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AVIA-1056Composites
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This course allows the student to learn the basic principles of aircraft composites. The student will identify basic composite materials and equipment and perform aircraft composite repair techniques.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3 courses.
AVIA-1058Human Factors
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Meets requirements of Human Factors Training
• Includes methods of dealing with stress, fatigue, complacency and distraction
• Enhances communication and safety methods
• Examines efficiency in the workplace
• Certificate of Attendance for Human Factors Training is issued as a result of attending the full 14 hour session

AVIA-1059Vibration Analysis
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Students will learn to statically and dynamically balance propeller, rotor systems and dynamic drive systems.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3 courses.
AVIA-1060Drawing
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Students will learn to read and interpret common types of aircraft technical drawings encountered in day-to-day aircraft maintenance or repair and create sketches or drawings that accurately transmit technical information.

AVIA-1061Metallic Structures
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Students will learn to maintain aircraft metallic structures including fabrication of component parts.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 and Term 2 courses.
AVIA-1062Maintenance Procedures
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Students will learn how to perform appropriate inspection procedures and documentation for aircraft maintenance in accordance with CARs and applicable reference manuals.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3 courses.
AVIA-1064Instruments
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Students will learn how to maintain basic aircraft instrumentation systems excluding component overhaul.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AVIA-1065Avionics
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Students will learn how to maintain basic aircraft avionics systems excluding component repair.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1, Term 2 and Term 3 courses.
AVIA-1066Ice & Rain Protection
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Students will learn how to maintain ice and rain protection systems.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
AVIA-1082Structures, Assembly and Rigging 1
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Students will learn the theory of flight for fixed wing aircraft and the construction of fixed wing aircraft and its components.

AVIA-1083Structures, Assembly and Rigging 2
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Students will perform maintenance tasks related to the rigging and maintenance of airplane flight control systems and its structures.

Prerequisites:
Successful completion of all Term 1 courses.
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