Part 65 Airframe and Powerplant Certification Prep
Students will cover maintenance fundamentals such as Federal Aviation Regulations, aviation math, aircraft drawings, and basic electricity. Students will increase their knowledge and hands-on competencies by performing inspections, functional checks, and adjustments on a multitude of airframe and powerplant systems; and will also gain specialized skills in aircraft structural repair. This 64-hour noncredit course addresses general aviation information for experienced aircraft mechanics that possess Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) authorization for certification and seek to close gaps in their knowledge in preparation for their Certification Exam.
Eligibility Restriction (Pre-Requisite)
Experienced aircraft mechanics that possess Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) authorization for certification and seek to close gaps in their knowledge in preparation for their Certification Exam.
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