Airframe Aviation Maintenance (AAM.S.CRT)
31.0 Credit Hours
The Airframe Aviation Maintenance certificate provides the knowledge and skill required by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for the airframe maintenance technician student. Students will learn to apply the knowledge and skills covering the required sections of training for the Airframe certificate as required by the Federal Aviation Administration under Part 147 Appendix C. Those subjects include assembling and rigging, metallic and non-metallic structures, fuel systems, electrical power production and distribution, instruments, communication/navigation systems, cabin atmospheric control systems, landing gear, hydraulics and pneumatics, fire protection systems, aircraft finishing, ice protection systems and welding inspections.
- Operate equipment, inspect for corrosion and delamination, troubleshoot and repair the sheet metal and non-metallic structures of the aircraft.
- Operate, inspect, troubleshoot, repair and update instruments, communications, navigation, automatic dependent broadcast systems and in flight passenger systems
- Operate, inspect, troubleshoot and repair the aircraft electrical production, distribution, load distribution systems; understand requirements for wiring size and inspect for corrosion.
- Operate, inspect, troubleshoot and repair airframe safety systems.