This course covers the study of Canadian Aviation pertaining to the maintenance of aircraft.
Hours: 64 (Lecture Hours: 64)
Total Weeks: 15
Admission in to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Program.
Overview of Law
- Explain Transport Canada Structure
- Explain Regulatory Structure
- Explain the CAR's Part I
- Explain CAR’s Part IV
- Explain Airworthiness Manual 566
- Locate all the applicable air regulations
- Explain industry publications specifications
- Describe aircraft publications and their uses
- Explain Aircraft Requirements
- Explain Aircraft Registration
- Explain Certificates of Registration
- Explain Aircraft Markings
- Explain Flight Authority
- Explain export airworthiness certificates
- Explain annual airworthiness information report
- Identify Logbooks and entries
- Recording of general maintenance.
- Comply with recording of major repairs and modifications
Weight and Balance
- Define terminology used in weight and balance procedures and reports
- Compute a centre of gravity location
- Locate regulations applicable to weight and balance requirements
- Weigh an aircraft and compute the center of gravity location
- Prepare a weight and balance report with an equipment list
- Amend a weight and balance report and equipment list
- The student will locate and apply regulations pertaining to the maintenance and certification of aircraft.
Grading System: Percentage
Passing Grade: 70%
Percentage of Individual Work: 100
Textbooks are subject to change. Please contact the bookstore at your local campus for current book lists.