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Learn about the basic theory of flight, aircraft systems, construction and Transport Canada regulatory requirements while learning to build and repair aircraft structures. You will work with sheet metal, tubular, composite, wood and fabric structures as you develop skills in the fabrication and repair of metal skins and structures along with the repair and installation of components made from wood, plastics and composite construction.
Learn more about NIC Aircraft Structures Technician (AME-S) training in our new highlight video.
Watch an information session featuring instructor David Nilson and NIC recruiter Renae Roles.
The program webpages contain extensive information about curriculum, admission, highlights, costs and schedule. Please email your question here if you cannot find what you are looking for on the program page. Be sure to note your program of interest in the subject line. Alternatively, you can make an appointment to meet with an advisor through the online booking system.
I’m incredibly satisfied with the quality and motivation of NIC’s aircraft structures students. I have hired many of them.
Bill Alder, Sealand Aviation Campbell River