This module covers aircraft drawings and blueprint reading and distribution and control of aircraft parts.
- Total Hours: 38.4
Lecture Hours: 38.4
This course is offered online:
Admission in to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program.
T2-1 Aircraft Drawings:
T2-2 Hardware Part 1
Create technical drawings, using accepted drafting techniques
Interpret information presented in technical drawings
T2-3 Hardware Part 2
Explain "standards" and "specifications" as used in the aerospace industry
Describe threaded fasteners
Install/remove non-threaded fasteners
Review "standards" and "specifications" as used in the aerospace industry
Describe fluid line fittings
Describe cable fittings
Describe special fasteners
Identify documentation of aeronautical products
Identification of aeronautical products
Identify certification for log books, conformity, certificates, and maintenance release tags
Describe a boded inventory storage facility
Locate various authorized vendors/distributors of aeronautical products
Identify airworthiness directives and service bulletins applicable to the various parts stocked in a bonded storage facility
- Apply the basics of drafting to interpret blueprints and convey information through drawings.
- Correctly identify aircraft related parts and comply with appropriate inventory and history tracking systems.
Percentage of Individual Work:
Course Offered in Other Programs:
- T2-1 = 40%
- T2-3= 20%
Textbooks: Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.