Aviation Maintenance Tech (AMT)
This course introduces mathematics, physics, human factors, ground handling and servicing, federal aviation regulations, publications and records, introduces structural materials and processes, aircraft hardware and precision measuring instruments, fluid lines and fittings, and blueprints and drawings. The course is part of a six course sequence to prepare individuals to take the FAA Airframe Certification exam.
This course introduces basic electricity, direct current (DC) electrical circuits, aircraft battery service and inspection, alternating current (AC) electrical circuits and solid-state circuits, non-destructive inspection concepts and techniques, aircraft cleaning and corrosion control, and weight and balance.
This course introduces the skills necessary for aircraft structural assembly and rigging and provides an understanding of rotor-craft fundamentals, aircraft non-metallics, and aircraft electrical systems.
This course introduces skills and knowledge necessary to understand, maintain, and repair aircraft finishes, fabric covering, and sheet metal structures. The course also provides an introduction to aircraft welding techniques.
This course introduces skills and knowledge necessary to understand, maintain, and repair aircraft hydraulics and pneumatics, landing gear systems, and aircraft environmental systems.
This course introduces the skills and knowledge necessary to inspect and maintain ice and rain control, fire detection and extinguishing systems, instrument, communications, light signals, and runway lighting systems, water and waste systems, and conduct aircraft inspections.
Corequisite AMT 0822. This course introduces the fundamentals of reciprocating engines, their ignition systems, fuel, fuel metering, and induction systems. The course also covers reciprocating engine, exhaust, cooling, lubricating, propellers, and propeller governing systems.
This course introduces reciprocating engine removal, overhaul, installation, and operation. The course also covers reciprocating engine inspection, troubleshooting, and maintenance.
This course introduces the fundamentals of turbine engines, engine fire protection, and engine instrument systems. The course also covers turbine engine lubrication, air, exhaust, reverser, ignition and starting, fuel metering systems, and powerplant electrical systems.
This course introduces turbine engine removal, overhaul, installation, and operation. The course also covers turbine engine inspection, troubleshooting, and maintenance.