School of Transportation - Centennial College - Toronto

Post-Secondary Program Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance - Programa de Técnico de Aviación - Mantenimiento de Aeronaves

School of Transportation - Centennial College - Toronto
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    Post-Secondary Program Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance


You’ve always had a fascination with helicopters, single engine planes, and even jumbo jets. That’s not unusual. After all, flight is humankind´s greatest technological achievement! But now you want to be a part of that achievement and play an important role in the aviation industry. A career in Aircraft Maintenance as an Aviation Technician (AMT) will allow you to do just that!

The Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance program will give you knowledge and skills to service, repair and overhaul aircraft components and systems. You will not only keep our aircraft flying but will keep them flying safely!

Accreditations: Transport Canada (TC) and the Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace (CCAA).


Academic Requirements

To register for the Aviation Technician – Aircraft Maintenance program (#8112), you must have:

Ontario Secondary School Diploma (OSSD) or equivalent, or mature student status (19 years or older)
English Grade 12 C or U, or equivalent (minimum grade required)
Mathematics Grade 11 or 12 M or U, or Math 12 C, or equivalent (minimum grade required)

Additional Requirements:

Transfer Credit

Due to Transport Canada accreditation requirements, the option for transfer credit is only applicable to certain General Education (COMM, GNED elective) courses in the Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance program. Applicability/approval is subject to review.

Safety Requirements:

Students are required to wear appropriate personal protective equipment (clear safety glasses, cotton coveralls and CSA approved safety boots/shoes) for all practical shop, lab and hangar activities.


Start Date:Fall

Semester 1
Theory of Flight
Aircraft Publications
Metallurgy & Processes
Intro to CARs, Human Factors & SMS
Orientation & Pathways to Success, Pt 1
Applied Mathematics
AME Standard Practices
Basic Electricity - AC/DC
Basic Tools & Hardware
Orientation & Pathways to Success, Pt 2
College Communication 1
General Education Elective

Semester 2
Circuit Control & Protection, Semiconductors
Motors & DC Generators
Avionics Systems
Pitot Static & Engine Instrument Practices
College Communication 2
General Education Elective
Corrosion, NDI & Approved Parts
Aircraft Structures & Sheet Metal
Maintenance Records
Emergency, Fire, Fuel, Ice & Rain Systems
Hydraulic & Pneumatic Power Systems
Environmental Control Systems
Electrical Power Generation, Distribution

Semester 3
Piston Engines 1
Turbine Engines 1
Rotary Wing Powertrain
Global Citizenship: From Social Analysis to Social Action
Turbine Engines 2
Rotary Wing Systems & Procedures
Piston Engines 2
Propellers & Systems

Semester 4
Fire Protection & Auto Flight Systems
Landing Gear Systems, Servicing
Aircraft Systems Servicing Procedures
Inspection Procedures
Aircraft Structures 2 and Composites
Turbine Engines 3
Aircraft Communication Systems
Aircraft Navigation Systems
Data Bus and Writing Practices
Maintenance Procedures
Airframe Aerodynamics
Avionics & Electrical
Canadian Aviation Regulations

Salidas profesionales

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer (AME)
Aircraft maintenance technician (AMT)
Airframe and power plant (A&P) mechanic or technician
Aerospace mechanic
Aircraft engine mechanic or technician
Aviation mechanic
Aviation Inspector

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