Academic Calendar Fall 2018

Aircraft Maintenance and Repair Technician


English language proficiency requirements

Students registering in post-secondary level courses (numbered 100 to 499) will be required to meet the English language entrance proficiency requirements. Students in ELS or the University Foundations programs can register in those courses identified in the University Foundations program with lower levels of language proficiency.

Please note that not all courses are offered every semester.

AMRT 100

8 credits

Introduction to Standard Aviation Practices

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about standard shop practices, workplace safety, the fundamental concepts of aircraft design and construction, the types of tooling used in aerospace, various calibration techniques and the fundamentals of approved parts and materials.

AMRT 101

8 credits

Aerodynamics and Aircraft Construction

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

This course provides students with a knowledge of fixed and rotary wing aerodynamics and introduces them to technical drawings, structural maintenance, repair, and inspection. Students will perform basic tasks using ferrous, non-ferrous, and non-metallic materials.

AMRT 102

8 credits

Aircraft Reciprocating Engines

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about the design, maintenance, inspection, overhaul, and operating principles of reciprocating engines and will perform an engine disassembly, inspection, and reassembly.

AMRT 103

8 credits

Aircraft Reciprocating Engine Systems

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

This course provides students with introductory knowledge of the design, maintenance, inspection, and testing of systems used on aircraft reciprocating engines. A lesson on the principles of troubleshooting is included.

AMRT 200

10 credits

Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems and Landing Gear

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about basic hydraulic and pneumatic systems and move on to more complex installations in modern aircraft. Students will also be introduced to landing gear systems, including wheels, brakes, and tires used on aircraft.

AMRT 201

10 credits

Aircraft Structural Repair

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about structural damage assessment, repair limits, and the types of inspection used for sheet metal structures. Students will fabricate parts from sheet metal and composite material.

AMRT 202

10 credits

Basic Electricity for Aircraft

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about the use of AC and DC power systems in aircraft and the components used to protect and regulate electrical power.

AMRT 203

8 credits

Aircraft Electrical Systems

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about electrical system power control and distribution, build basic wiring harnesses, and perform troubleshooting to determine the causes of faults.

AMRT 300

4 credits

Propellers and Propeller Systems

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about the types and functions of propellers, including propeller pitch and speed control systems and indication. Students will perform basic maintenance on propellers and will install propellers on engines.

AMRT 301

6 credits

Aircraft Gas Turbine Engines

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about the design, maintenance, inspection, and testing of aircraft gas turbine engines, including lessons on the inspection of gas turbine engines using the manufacturer’s specific data.

AMRT 302

6 credits

Aircraft Gas Turbine Engine Systems

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about the design, maintenance, inspection, and testing of systems used on aircraft gas turbine engines. The course includes lessons on troubleshooting faults in gas turbine engine systems.

AMRT 303

6 credits

Aircraft Rigging

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about basic aircraft stability, and procedures for rigging cable-controlled and push-pull rod-controlled systems. There is also a lesson on working with powered flight control systems.

AMRT 304

10 credits

Rotary Wing Aircraft

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about the types of helicopter control systems, drive systems, standard maintenance practices and techniques used to control rotor vibration.

AMRT 400

4 credits

Aircraft Instrumentation

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about pressure- and temperature-monitoring instruments, gyroscopic instruments, directional indicating instruments, electronic instruments, and instruments used to identify the status of aircraft systems.

AMRT 401

8 credits

Aircraft Electronics

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn the fundamentals of radio communications and navigational systems, the types and function of autopilot and flight management systems, the cautions for Electro Static Discharge Sensitive (ESDS) units, and will perform basic functions in electronic systems.

AMRT 402

6 credits

Aircraft Systems

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will learn about the function, purpose, components, and troubleshooting of hydraulic, pneumatic, fuel, ice and rain protection, fire protection, environmental control, and emergency equipment systems.

AMRT 403

8 credits

Maintenance Practices I

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

Students will perform tasks for non-destructive testing; corrosion inspection and removal; tire, wheel, and brake changes; fuel system maintenance; inspection and servicing of Environmental Control Systems (ECS); engine ground runs; weight and balance; and performance of a 100-hour inspection.

AMRT 404

8 credits

Maintenance Practices II

Prerequisite(s): Admission to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer M-Licence certificate program.

This course applies prior learning to a number of maintenance tasks in the electrical, instrumentation, and avionics systems. There are also lessons for Canadian Aviation Regulations, Human Factors in Aviation Maintenance, and an introduction to Safety Management Systems.

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