Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT)
This course provides an introduction to aviation maintenance, including topics related to aircraft features, nomenclature, materials, hardware and systems, and principles of physics of flight.
This course provides a review of the Federal Aviation Administration's regulations, maintenance publications, weight and balance procedures, and the interpretation of technical drawings, charts, and graphs.
This course reviews proper use of power tools, shop safety, fluid lines and fittings, cleaning and corrosion control, and the interpretation of various non-destructive inspection methods.
The course reviews airframe ice and rain control, fire protection, and fuel systems as well as doors, windows, emergency equipment, cargo loading, galley and lavatory systems, and passenger service units.
This course examines the fundamental principles of electronics as applied to aircraft electrical systems. Specific topics covered include AC/DC series-parallel circuits, circuit analysis theorems, transistors, digital theory, and devices.
This course examines AC and DC power generation systems, voltage regulation, power distribution, and circuit protection devices used in aircraft. Students will learn how to inspect and repair these components.
This course is a study of the theory of operation of reciprocating engines and their systems with particular emphasis on the principles of operation, nomenclature, construction, and design.
This course will review all aspects of sheet metal structures with an emphasis on precise construction and restoration of sheet aircraft metal structures.
This course emphasizes the hands-on maintenance and repair of piston engines. Topics will include engine removal, replacement, troubleshooting, inspection, engine maintenance, system component repair, inspection, and troubleshooting.
This course is a study of propellers and their components and their operation with special attention given to the principles of operation, nomenclature, construction, and system design.
This course reviews the theory of operation of turbine engines and their systems with an emphasis on the principles of operation, nomenclature, construction, and system design.
This course provides a comprehensive review of aircraft hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel, and landing gear systems and their routine inspection and maintenance, and repair.
This course emphasizes the principles of operation, nomenclature, construction, and system design of turbine engines, as well as their maintenance, inspection, overhaul, repair, troubleshooting.
This course provides a detailed review of aircraft heating, oxygen, and pressurization systems for Business, Commercial, and Transport aircraft systems.
The focus of this course includes inspections, preventative maintenance, scheduled maintenance, rebuilding, and alteration of flight control systems, including ailerons, flaps, rudders, and elevators.
Students will learn how to work with wood, fabric, plastic, and advanced aircraft composites to ensure an aircraft remains airworthy.
A review of aircraft and powerplant communications, navigation, and instrument systems. Students will learn to test and repair or replace components of avionics and information systems.
This course will help students to prepare for the General AMT Federal Aviation Administration test.
This course will help students to prepare for the Airframe AMT Federal Aviation Administration test.
This course will help students to prepare for the Powerplant AMT Federal Aviation Administration test.