School of Aviation Technology

Aviation Technology – Aircraft Maintenance and Avionics

3 years Ontario College Advanced Diploma

The aviation industry is growing and skilled professionals are in high demand.

Overview

Learn all of the complexities of aircraft maintenance with an advanced specialization in avionics in this multidisciplinary program. Receive theoretical and practical training on fixed and rotary wing aircraft. Learn to troubleshoot vital aircraft components and systems including the engine, hydraulics and landing gear. Intensive avionics training in the third year includes: learning to install and configure aeronautical sub-systems and components contained within aircraft structural, mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, communication, navigation, surveillance and flight guidance systems.

Note: This program has been designed to enable students to enhance their education and build upon their aircraft maintenance skills with an additional specification in Avionics. The first two years of the program are common with the Aircraft Technician- Aircraft Maintenance program. Transfer opportunities exist for graduates of a Transport Canada Accredited School who have met the applicable requirements of STD566.10

Successful completion of this program will result in 24 months accreditation toward an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME) Category M Licence. This is the first program of its kind in Ontario and first in Canada to be eligible for the full 24 month accreditation granted by Transport Canada.

Your Future Career

  • Senior maintenance management positions
  • Aircraft mechanic/inspector
  • Aircraft instrument, electrical and avionics mechanics, technicians and inspectors
  • Aircraft servicing, repair and maintenance
  • Aircraft manufacturing
  • Component overhaul

What You Learn

  • Flight management systems
  • Navigation and communication systems
  • Aircraft instrumentation
  • Avionics systems
  • Aerodynamics
  • Aircraft hydraulic systems
  • Gas turbine and reciprocating aircraft engines
  • Sheet metal and composite structures and repairs
  • Aircraft handling, ground running and taxiing

OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or ENG4U, Grade 12 Math (C), (U) or (M)

Semester 1

AMT 500 Aircraft Science and Aerodynamics
AMT 501 Materials & Processes
AMT 502 Aircraft Standard Practices
AMT 503 Aircraft Hydraulic Systems
AMT 504 Aircraft Handling Procedures
AMT 505 Basic Aircraft Electricity (DC)
AMT 506 Aircraft Drawings
MTH 511 Technical Mathematics for the AME

Semester 2

AMT 600 Maintenance Management & Human Factors
AMT 601 Composite Aircraft Structures
AMT 602 Stressed Skin Structures
AMT 603 Rotary Wing Aircraft I
AMT 604 Aircraft Maintenance I
AMT 605 Basic Aircraft Electricity (AC)
AMT 606 Piston Engines I
AMT 607 Piston Engines I
GENXX1 Gen Ed Elective Online

Semester 3

AMT 702 Advanced Aircraft Systems
AMT 703 Rotary Wing Aircraft II
AMT 704 Aircraft Maintenance II
AMT 706 Piston Engines II
AMT 707 Turbine Engines II
AMT 708 Avionics Systems I
AMT 715 Aircraft Electrical Systems I
CMM 140 Technical Writing I
GENXX2 Gen Ed Elective Online

Semester 4

AMT 800 Canadian Aviation Regulations
AMT 802 Aircraft Equipment Familiarization
AMT 803 Rotary Wing Aircraft III
AMT 806 Piston Engines III
AMT 807 Turbine Engines III
AMT 808 Avionics Systems II
AMT 815 Aircraft Electrical Systems II
GENXX3 Gen Ed Elective Online

Semester 5

AVN 751 Communication Systems I
AVN 755 Navigation Systems I
AVN 757 Aircraft Instrumentation

Semester 6

AVN 850 Aircraft Systems Integration & Troubleshooting
AVN 851 Communication Systems II
AVN 855 Navigation Systems II
AVN 858 Flight Management Systems
Year Tuition Ancillary Fees Material Fee Trip Fee Total
1 3358.8 $1055 - - $4413.8
2 3358.8 $1010 - - $4368.8
3 3358.8 $1010 - - $4368.8

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You will also need:

Ontario College Advanced Diploma

Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.

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Pathway to Canadore College Programs

  • Environmental Management – 1 year to complete
  • Recreation and Leisure Services – 1 year to complete
  • Recreation Therapy – 1 year to complete
  • Strength and Sport Conditioning – 1 year to complete

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Please contact the Pathways Officer if you have additional questions regarding the credit transfer process:

Jennifer Sutton – Pathways Officer
705.474.7600 ext 5139
Jennifer.Sutton@canadorecollege.ca