AIRSF-CT Aircraft Structural Repair Technician

Courses and Descriptions

Courses and Descriptions

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Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)
In addition to Transfer of Credit from a recognized post secondary institution, other RPL processes are available for RPL courses. Click here for more information. For courses with no RPL, please check www.rrc.ca/rpl for additional contact information.
ASRT-1000Aircraft Structural Design & Systems
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Students will learn fixed wing/helicopter theory of flight, aircraft structural design theory, and various aircraft systems including power-plants, landing gear, hydraulics, environmental systems, and ice/rain protection.

ASRT-1001Technical Data
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Students will learn to interpret technical log entries, type approvals, repair design approvals, advisory material, company procedures, manufacturer specifications, and material specifications. Students will also learn the privileges and responsibilities of a licensed AME.

ASRT-1010Assembly
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Students will refer to applicable drawings, build fixtures to align parts, and use temporary fasteners to maintain tolerances to assemble components using correct procedures.

ASRT-1014Canadian Aviation Regulations
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Students will learn the applicable Canadian Aviation Regulations with regard to aircraft maintenance.

ASRT-1020Composite Fabrication
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Students will interpret drawings and technical information used to fabricate composite components and fabricate components from composite materials using appropriate methods.

ASRT-1021Composite Repairs
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Students will learn approved repair procedures for composites and test components after repairs.

ASRT-1023Corrosion Assessment
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Upon successful completion of this course, the students will be able to inspect aircraft structures for corrosion, measure damage caused by corrosion, identify types of corrosion and describe the removal, treatment and prevention processes of metals used in aviation.

ASRT-1024Corrosion Control
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ASRT-1025Aviation Math & Physics
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The student will use applied mathematics and physics as problem-solving tools in day-to-day aircraft maintenance activities.

ASRT-1026Fabric Covering
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Students will learn the guidelines involving testing, repairing, and recovering aircraft fabric surfaces.

ASRT-1027Fastener Installation
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In this course, the student will interpret technical information in order to identify fastener installation procedures and install various fasteners used in the aviation industry.

ASRT-1028Fluid Lines & Conduits
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Students will learn the correct procedures for selecting materials and fittings in the disassembly, bending, and beading of aircraft rigid fluid lines. Students will also fabricate flexible hoses and lines.

ASRT-1031Tools & Equipment
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Students will learn to identify, select, and operate tools used in the structural repair of aircraft.

ASRT-1036Sealing
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Students in this course will learn to identify sealing requirements and how to prepare surfaces, select, mix, apply sealant and check for leaks.

ASRT-1037Sheet Metal Fabrication
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Students will interpret drawings and technical information used to fabricate sheet metal components. Students will also measure and fabricate components from sheet metal using appropriate methods.

ASRT-1039Sheet Metal Repairs
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Students will learn aircraft sheet metal repair procedures including removing damaged parts, and how to reinforce, splice, and replace aircraft structural components.

ASRT-1040Structural Damage Assessment
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In this course, students will assess damage history, visually inspect aircraft structures, interpret NDI results, draw shop sketches, and determine repair.

ASRT-1042Tubular Structures
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The student will be able to identify acceptable methods for repair, detect corrosion, straighten, check alignment, remove damage and fabricate parts for repair of aircraft tubular structures.

ASRT-1043Windows & Lenses
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In this course, students will inspect, polish, replace and fabricate aircraft windows.

ASRT-1054Shop Safety
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Students will learn to identify safety hazards in the shop environment, use tools and equipment in a safe manner, and show compliance with WHMIS regulations.

ASRT-1068Wood Structures
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Students will fabricate, inspect, and repair aircraft wood structures following applicable aircraft standards.

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

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