FULL-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS INTAF-CT Introduction to 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-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-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-10194-Airframe 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.

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-10258-Structures Assembly & Rigging
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This course describes the assembly of aircraft and rigging of aircraft flight controls.

AMEG-102919-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.

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-1277Hydraulic & Pneumatic Systems
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Students will learn how to safely service and maintain aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

AVIA-1005Aircraft Propulsion Systems
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Aircraft Propulsion Systems provides the fundamentals and basic operating principles for aircraft motive systems, including gas turbine engines, piston engines, and aircraft propellers.

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-1035Rotary Wing Theory of Flight
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This course gives the student the basic principles of helicopter theory of flight. The student will be able to identify the major components of a helicopter and state the operating principle of each component.

AVIA-1038Sheet Metal Forming
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Students will practice sheet metal forming projects to gain experience in handling aircraft aluminum, riveting, and sheet metal forming within an aircraft standard.

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-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-1067Landing 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.

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