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ASM-100 Program Orientation & Workshop Safety

26 hours


This course provides an introduction to the Aircraft Structures Program, to Transport Canada expectations of performance, and to acceptable and safe workplace practices. Topics include acceptable shop practices, WHMIS training, and First Aid training.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-101 Regulation, Documentation & Technical Information

22 hours


This provides an introduction to the terminology used in Aircraft Structures Repair (sheet metal) and to the Regulations, Documentation and Technical information used in the control of structural repair of aircraft.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-102 Structural Materials & Heat Treatment

32 hours


This course provides an introduction to the technology of materials. Content includes the chemical and physical nature of matter, the types of materials used in aircraft structures and their identification, and how to evaluate their condition. Also included is an introduction to treatments of metals including heat treatment, annealing and hardening.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-103 Tools & Equipment

291hours


This course provides an introduction to the selection, safe and correct use, and maintenance of hand tools, power tools, and shop equipment used to repair aircraft structures. In addition to this introduction specific operating and safety procedures will be learned as students select and use individual tools and equipment throughout the AST Program.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-104 Sheet Metal Fabrication

68 hours


During this course students will manufacture aircraft components in sheet metal to specifications, while following industry standard procedures and processes.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-105 Standard & Special Fastener Identification & Installation

66.5 hours


The correct use of fasteners is fundamental to the work of aircraft structural repair. During this course students will learn about the types of fasteners used in aircraft construction, to prepare materials for the installation of a range of fasteners, and to correctly install fasteners.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-106 Sheet Metal Repairs & Damage Assessment

107 hours


Much of the work of an Aircraft Structures Technician involves assessing damage to structures and undertaking correct repairs. During this course students will learn a variety of techniques and procedures used to assess damage and then to undertake repairs to acceptable standards as guided by industry accepted techniques and procedures.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-107 Surface Preparation & Corrosion Control

12 hours


During this course students will learn about the types of corrosion on metals, how to assess corrosion, methods for its removal, and how to prevent the corrosion of aircraft structures.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-108 Fluid Lines & Conduits

14 hours


During this course students will learn the basic principles of hydraulic systems, how to form tubing, how to install tubing and components, how to flush fluid systems and how to pressure test systems.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-109 Aircraft Systems, Structures & Designs

223.5 hours


In order to conduct repairs the technician should be familiar with aircraft structures, designs and on-board systems. This course provides a comprehensive overview of aircraft from the theory of flight, through the forces acting on aircraft and consequently fundamental design considerations and types of aircraft construction, to aircraft propulsion and operating systems.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-110 Composite Repairs & Fabrication

78 hours


Composite materials are used extensively in modern aircraft. During this course you will learn to safely manufacture and repair composite structures and components. Activities include the construction of moulds and completing repairs using a variety of composite materials.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-111 Tubular Repairs (Welding Excluded)

51 hours


During this course you will learn to undertake repairs in tubular structures. Operations include the assessment, removal and repair or replacement of damaged tubing. Operations include the forming, fitting, splicing and alignment of tubing, and preparing tubular structures for welding.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-112 Wood Structure & Repair

55 hours


Wood remains an integral part of many aircraft. During this course you will learn to inspect and repair wooden structures. Content includes the properties and strength characteristics of wood, assessment of defects and their influence on strength, decay, joining wood, and the manufacturing of wooden structures.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-113 Fabric Repairs

60 hours


During this course you will learn to use fabric coverings and to conduct repairs in the same. Topics include the testing of fabric coverings, installation of fabrics, patch and panel repairs, shrinking, reinforcing, and the installation of grommets and inspection rings.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-114 Thermoplastics

30 hours


During this course you will learn about the thermoplastic materials used in aircraft, and how to identify, select, store, handle, form and repair these materials.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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ASM-115 Human Factors

4 hours lecture, 12 hours shop


ASM 115 will provide students with training on the topic of Human factors in aviation maintenance as required by Transport Canada.


Prerequisite(s):

  • Admission to the Aircraft Structures Technician Program

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