Course Structure

 

FIRST YEAR COURSES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

  • Occupational Safety and Health Practices First Aid –First Responders
  • Transport of Dangerous Goods Fire Fighting Techniques
  • Workshop Practices Mathematics
  • Physics Basic Electrics
  • Aircraft Engineering Technology (AET)
  • Aircraft Safety Equipment and Ground Handling

A trainee must be able to complete at least 650 practical training hours by the end of the first year.

 

SECOND YEAR COURSES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

  • Materials and Materials Testing
  • Basic Electrical Systems
  • Aircraft Structures
  • Theory of Flight and Control
  • Human Factors
  • Aircraft Regulations

A trainee must be able to accumulate at least 1300 practical training hours by the end of the second year.

 

THIRD YEAR MECHANICAL COURSES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

  • Basic Instruments
  • Aircraft Regulations
  • Gas Turbine Engines
  • Piston Engines
  • Propellers
  • Mechanical Systems

A trainee must be able to complete 2000 practical training hours by the end of the third and final year.

 

THIRD YEAR AVIONICS COURSES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

  • Basic Instruments
  • Advanced Instruments
  • Advanced Electrical Systems
  • Aircraft Regulations
  • Radio Communication & Navigation

A trainee must be able to complete 2000 practical training hours by the end of the third and final year