Aircraft Structural Repair Technician
Gain the skills you need to launch your career in this exciting industry. Specialize in the repair, upgrading and modification of aircraft and graduate with skills that make you highly sought-after by aviation companies all over the world.
The program is approved by Transport Canada and CCAA (Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace).
Note: Graduates receive 10 months accreditation towards a Transport Canada issued Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s Licence, Category S. Class attendance is mandatory.
What You Learn
OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or ENG4U and any Gr 12 Math (C), (U) or (M)
The attendance policy adopted by the School of Aviation conforms to the Transport Canada policy for Approved Training Organizations. To preserve a high standard of maintenance and flight safety, students having missed more than 5% (53 hours) of the course through absences will not qualify for the experience credit of 10 months that is applied to the 30 month Aircraft Maintenance Engineer-Category “S” apprenticeship.
Semester One - Fall 2013 (14 wks):
ASR300 Aircraft Wood, Tubular, and Fabric Repair
ASR301 Aircraft Structural Assembly I
ASR303 Aircraft Sheet Metal Repair I
ASR304 Composite Materials/Repair I
ASR390 Technical Drawing/Information Interpretation
CMM140 Communications for Technicians
MTH511 Technical Mathematics for the AME
Semester Two - Winter 2014 (19 wks):
ASR401 Aircraft Structural Assembly II
ASR402 Aircraft Sheet Metal Fabrication Processes
ASR403 Aircraft Sheet Metal Repair II
ASR404 Advanced Composite Materials/Repairs
AMT800Canadian Aviation Regulations
AMT600 Maintenance Management and Human Factors
GENED General Education Elective - Online
Every attempt is made to ensure the accuracy of information provided on our website. The College reserves the right to modify any course, program, curriculum, fee, timetable, or campus location at any time.
In addition to using the CCAA (Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace) curriculum, Canadore has CCAA accreditation. Air Canada’s hiring practice gives preference to individuals with CCAA accreditation.
Approved by Transport Canada.
Diploma entitles graduates to receive 10 months’ accreditation toward an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s License, Category “S”.