AMT111: AIRFRAME STRUCTURES
This course is an FAA Part 147 course designed to prepare the student for their FAA Airframe certificate. The course will provide the student with a thorough understanding of nonmetallic aircraft structures including wood, fabric, composite structures. Also the study of hydraulic and pneumatic power systems; landing gear systems; electrical systems; and assembly and rigging. Both theory and practical application to aircraft systems is taught. COREQUISITE: AMT 101, General Aircraft Technology. ADVISORY: Mathematics 430.
- Student is able to identify good practices and workmanship required in the aircraft maintenance profession.
- Student demonstrates the ability to read aircraft technical literature and applies it to designated projects.
- Student identifies and explains the facts, principles and theories that relate to the operation of mechanical appliances and technological processes related to aircraft airframes.
- Student memorizes and identifies the basic scientific vocabulary necessary for the attainment of essential objectives related to aircraft airframes.
- Student is able to contrast and assess the readjustment necessary in the transfer from the training situation to the initial job situation.
- The student discovers the occupational demands specifically related to aerospace technology.
- The student will perform and demonstrate with skill all lab assignments in the curriculum with confident mechanical skills.
- The student applies training to perform discriminate and judge, and solve problems related to aircraft airframe repair.
- The student will demonstrate knowledge and skills to perform the tasks required for FAA aircraft technician licensing.
- The student will evaluate and judge safety related situations regarding aircraft airframe maintenance and inspection.