AMT 125 - Aircraft Maintenance Inspections

The course will allow for understanding of why and how inspections are done on aircraft, including various equipment and interval requirements.


Hours: 32 (Lecture Hours: 32)




Non-Course Prerequisite:
Successful Completion of Aircraft Maintenance Technician 1




Course Content:
CAR 566 Appendix C Part 1
Division 3
605.86 Maintenance Schedule
605.88 inspections after abnormal occurances
706.01 Application
706.02 Maintenance Control System
706.03 Person Responsible for the Maintenance Control System
706.04 Maintenance Personnel and Facilities
706.05 Defect Rectification and Control Procedures
706.06 Technical Dispatch Procedures
706.07 Evaluation Program
706.08 Maintenance Control Manual (MCM)
706.09 Maintenance Arrangements
706.10 Elementary Work
706.11 Servicing
706.12 Training Program
706.13 Personnel Records
706.14 Service Difficulty Reporting
CAR Appendix C Part 2.4
2. The classifications, functions principles and properties of lubricants including: engine oil, grease and hydraulic fluids.
CAR Appendix C Part 2.6.4
10. Inspection requirements including:
  • sudden stoppage
  • hard landing
  • overspeed
  • over torque
  • periodic inspections
Car Appendix C Part 2.10
1. The construction of windows and lenses.
2. Inspection, repair, servicing and installation of windows and lenses.
3. Damage assessment of windows and lenses.
4. Handling and storage of windows and lenses.
CAR Appendix C Part 2.23
1. Inspection and maintenance requirements for private and commercial aircraft as outlined in the Canadian Aviation Regulations.
2. Fundamentals and types of aircraft inspections including:
  • periodic, annual, progressive and approved maintenance schedules
  • abnormal occurrence (hard landing, lightning strike, etc.).
  • special (Airworthiness Directive or Service Bulletin).
5. Fundamentals of quality assurance
ISO 9002 and is application of principles in aviation in Canada


Learning Outcomes:
The student upon completion of this course will understand the servicing requirements of various systems and how to locate materials for the associated tasks, such as tooling, job cards, and safety equipment.
The student will be able to explain the methods and precautions involved in servicing 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.