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Aviation Technician - Avionics Maintenance-2014/2015


Aviation Technician - Avionics Maintenance Courses

Level 1Credits
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
AVIA-1002Avionics & WHMIS-Intro 2.50
AVIA-1003Avionics Electrical Fundamentals 10.50
AVIA-1004Avionics Electronic Fundamentals 7.50
MATH-1180Mathematics for Avionics Maintenance 2.00
PHYS-1038Physics for Avionics Maintenance 4.00

Level 2Credits
Gen Ed - Take a 3 credit General Education elective course
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
AVIA-1005Avionics Digital Fundamentals 7.50
AVIA-1006Avionics Radio Theory 5.50
AVIA-1007Aviation Maintenance Practices 6.00
AVIA-1008Aircraft Aerodynamics 3.00
AVIA-1009Aircraft Structures 3.00

Level 3Credits
Gen Ed - Take a 3 credit General Education elective course
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
AVIA-1010Aircraft Materials & Hardware 2.50
AVIA-1011Aircraft Electrical Power 4.50
AVIA-1012Aircraft Propulsion 1.50
AVIA-1013Aircraft Engine Instruments 3.00
AVIA-1014Aircraft Fuels Systems 1.50
AVIA-1015Aircraft Hyd/Pneumatic/Landing Gear Syst 3.00
AVIA-1016Aircraft Environmental/Safety Systems 3.00
AVIA-1017Aircraft Flight Instruments 4.00
AVIA-1018Aircraft Internal Communications 1.50

Level 4Credits
Gen Ed - Take a 3 credit General Education elective course
Take all of the following Mandatory Courses:
AVIA-1019Aircraft Wireless Communications Systems 4.50
AVIA-1020Aircraft Radio Navigation Systems 4.50
AVIA-1021Aircraft Automatic Flight Control System 4.00
AVIA-1022Avionics Installations & Standard Prac. 4.50
AVIA-1023Flight Line Maintenance Practices 4.50

Gen Ed - Electives
Take 9 General Education Credits - Normally taken in Levels
2, 3 and 4

Program Residency
Students Must Complete a Minimum of 27 credits in this
program at Fanshawe College to meet the Program Residency
requirement and graduate from this program



AVIA-1002 -  Avionics & WHMIS-Intro
This course is an introduction to the Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Category E License.It outlines the requirements and processes as well as the roles and responsibilities of the AME.This course also introduces the students to the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System as it applies to the field of aircraft maintenance. The students will also obtain theCanadian Restricted Operator's Certificate with the Aeronautical Designation.

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AVIA-1003 -  Avionics Electrical Fundamentals
This course is a comprehensive introduction to basic electrical theory and components used in aviation. Students will gain a familiarity with electrical equipment construction and operation, and its application in industry. The program contains a good balance of theory and practical considerations.

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AVIA-1004 -  Avionics Electronic Fundamentals
This course is an introduction to the theory of electronic component, circuit and servomechanism fundamentals.

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AVIA-1005 -  Avionics Digital Fundamentals
This course is the study of basic digital concepts and techniques used in aircraft avionic,instrument and entertainment systems.

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AVIA-1006 -  Avionics Radio Theory
This course is a study of the basic principles of radio transmission, reception and radio coveragetechniques used in aircraft radio systems.

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AVIA-1007 -  Aviation Maintenance Practices
This course is the study of basic maintenance workshop safety and practices. It includeshands on practice with the identification and safe and proper use of common industry tools,electrical cables, electrical connectors and literature.

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AVIA-1008 -  Aircraft Aerodynamics
This course is the study of the atmosphere and its effects on aerodynamics, theory of flight, stability and dynamics of both fixed wing and helicopter aircraft.

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AVIA-1009 -  Aircraft Structures
This course is the study of basic concepts of aircraft structure and materials maintenance.It includes hands on practice in minor structural repair and modifications as it appliesto the AME Cat. E. job scope.

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AVIA-1010 -  Aircraft Materials & Hardware
This course is the study of industry standards inthe classification and use of common aircraftwire, connectors, control and protection devices,and hardware.

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AVIA-1011 -  Aircraft Electrical Power
This course is the study of basic aircraft powerdistribution concepts and maintenance practices.

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AVIA-1012 -  Aircraft Propulsion
This course is the study of aircraft propulsionsystems basics.

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AVIA-1013 -  Aircraft Engine Instruments
This course is the study of basic engine andaircraft system monitoring and indicatingconcepts, methods and maintenance practices.

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AVIA-1014 -  Aircraft Fuels Systems
This course is the study of aircraft fuel control,holding and indicating systems basics.

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AVIA-1015 -  Aircraft Hyd/Pneumatic/Landing Gear Syst
This course is the study of aircraft hydraulic,pneumatic and landing gear system basics withemphasis on the electrical and electronic systemcomponents.

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AVIA-1016 -  Aircraft Environmental/Safety Systems
This course is the study of aircraft environmentalcontrol and aircraft safety systems basics withemphasis on the electrical and electronic systemcomponents.

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AVIA-1017 -  Aircraft Flight Instruments
This course is a study of common aircraft flightinstrument basics and their system configurations.It includes system testing maintenance proceduresand practices.

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AVIA-1018 -  Aircraft Internal Communications
This course is a study of common aircraft hardwired communication system basics and theiraircraft configurations. It includes systemtesting and maintenance procedures and practices.

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AVIA-1019 -  Aircraft Wireless Communications Systems
This course is a study of common aircraft wirelesscommunication system basics and their aircraftconfigurations. It includes system testing andmaintenance procedures and practices.

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AVIA-1020 -  Aircraft Radio Navigation Systems
This course is a study of common aircraft radionavigation system basics and their aircraftconfigurations. It includes system testing andmaintenance procedures and practices.

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AVIA-1021 -  Aircraft Automatic Flight Control System
This course is a study of aircraft autopilotsystem basics and their aircraft configurations.It includes system testing and maintenanceprocedures and practices.

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AVIA-1022 -  Avionics Installations & Standard Prac.
Description:tThis course is a study of aircraftavionic system installation procedures, practicesand regulations.

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AVIA-1023 -  Flight Line Maintenance Practices
This course is a study of common aircraft avionicsystems testing, trouble shooting and repairprocedures, standards and regulations.

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MATH-1180 -  Mathematics for Avionics Maintenance
This course is the study of basic technical math in the areas of arithmetic, algebra, and geometry used in the field of aircraft maintenance.

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PHYS-1038 -  Physics for Avionics Maintenance
This course is a study of basic physics concepts and laws in the areas of matter, mechanics, thermodynamics, optics, waves, motion and sound as they apply to aircraft and aircraft maintenance.

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