PART-TIME | WINNIPEG LOCATIONS AMERP-NA AME Refresher

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.
AMER-1001Airframe
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This course will assist persons who require recurrent training and is designed to aid a student in studying for preparation of the Transport Canada Aircraft Maintenance (M Category) Powerplant Exam. The student will be able to explain relevant areas as they pertain to:

 
• Fixed & Rotary Wing Aerodynamics/Theory/Laws
• Fixed & Rotary Wing Rigging Procedures
• Structural Designs
• Hydraulics/Pneumatics
• Landing Gear/Types/Operation
• Tires/Tubes/Types, Construction/Installation/Removal
• Brakes/Types/Operation
• Lines/Fittings requirements
• Fuel Systems
• Fabric Requirements
• Painting/Refinishing
• Pressurization/Air-Conditioning/Oxygen Systems
• Ice and Rain Control Systems
• Hardware/Inspection & Types of Repair
• Aircraft Basic Electricity
• Instruments
• Aircraft Wood/Composites

AMER-1002CAR's
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This course will assist persons who require recurrent training and is designed to aid a student in studying for preparation of the Transport Canada Aircraft Maintenance (M Category) CARs Exam. The student will be able to explain relevant areas as they pertain to:

This course addresses newly implemented CARs and the Airworthiness Manual Status.
 
Part I - General Provisions
 
Part II - Identification, Registration and Leasing of Aircraft
• Identification of Aircraft and Other Aeronautical Products
• Aircraft Marking and Registration
• Aircraft Leasing
 
Part IV - Personal Licensing and Training
• Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Licenses and Ratings
 
Part V - Airworthiness
• Annual Airworthiness Information Report
• Flight Authority
• Export Airworthiness Certificates
• Type Certificates
• Design Approval
• Airworthiness Standards
• Aircraft Equipment Requirements
• Aircraft Maintenance Requirements
• Approved Maintenance Organizations
• Service Difficulty Reporting
• Airworthiness Directives
 
Part VI - General Operating and Flight Rules
• Aircraft Requirements
 
Part VII - Commercial Air Services
• Aircraft Maintenance Requirements for Air Operators

AMER-1003Powerplant
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This course will assist persons who require recurrent training and is designed to aid a student in studying for preparation of the Transport Canada Aircraft Maintenance (M Category) Powerplant Exam. The student will be able to explain relevant areas as they pertain to: 

• Piston Engine Principles of Operation
• Piston Engine Ignition/Fuel Systems
• Turbine Engine Theory & Operation
• Turbine Engine Systems
• Propeller Principles of Operation
• Propeller Maintenance and Repair

AMER-1004Aircraft Technical Records
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This course will assist persons who require recurrent training. The student will be able to explain relevant areas as they pertain to:
• Terminology from CARs (Part I)
• Quality Assurance programs as it applies to aircraft maintenance recording
• Purpose of properly documenting all aircraft maintenance activities
• Purpose of aircraft journey logbooks, technical logbooks and logbook entries after inspection, repair and modification
• Quality assurance principles in the workplace

AMER-1332Standard Practice
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This course will assist persons who require recurrent training and is designed to aid a student in studying for preparation of the Transport Canada Aircraft Maintenance (M Category) Standard Practice Exam. The student will be able to explain relevant areas as they pertain to: 
• Mathematics and Physics
• Basic Electrical
• Hardware
• Aircraft Drawings
• Hand Tools/Measuring Instruments
• Aircraft Structural Material
• Corrosion
• Non-destructive Inspection
• Ground Handling/Servicing

AMER-9000Aviation Inventory Control Training
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This course  prepares new employees with the basic skills and knowledge to function within an Aircraft Maintenance Organization’s Stores area.

Specific Objectives:
• Maintenance Management and how it applies in Stores
• Purpose of Inventory Control
• Roles of storekeeper and other personnel related to Stores
• Concept of Traceability, QC and required documentation
• Stock control, stock counting and count discrepancies corrections
• Proper material handling, packaging to prevent damage, including specialized materials
• Safety, personal and shop and prepare an inspection package


AMER-9001PT6A Refresher Training
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This course provides the theory and practical experience towards adjustments and change needed for the control system of the Pratt and Whitney Canada PT6A series turbo prop aircraft engine along with engine design, troubleshooting and theory.

AMER-9002PT6A Hot Section Ispection
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This course provides the student with operational theory, troubleshooting, inspection and repair methods for the Pratt and Whitney Canada PT6A series turbo prop engine.

AMER-9006Aircraft Piston Engine Basic Maintenanc
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This course will aide the novice aircraft owner or pilot's understanding and performing owner maintenance or basic tasks on piston aircraft engines. It covers basic engine theory of operation and basic maintenance including fuel, ignition, lubrication, exhaust indication and electrical systems.

AMER-9009Aircraft Fabric Covering and Repair
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The students of this course will learn different covering and repair methods for fabric covered aircraft and their components.

AMER-9010Nonstructural Composite Repair
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This course provides the theory and practical experience to assess and repair damage on non-structural members of an aircraft or other equipment that utilizes composite parts.

AMER-9012Vibration Analysis
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Students will learn the theory and practical applications to vibration analysis and balancing for both fixed wing and rotary wing.

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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