The aim of the course is to provide learners with the necessary skills and related knowledge in the area of Aircraft Structural Repair and to develop attitudes to enable them to obtain employment performing work as skilled Aircraft Structures Technician in the Aircraft Maintenance sector.
Learners must be over 18 educated to Leaving Certificate standard or equivalent and must possess good spatial and numerical ability and manual dexterity.
Note: All potential candidates are aptitude tested
Maths – EASA Category A
Physics – EASA Category A
Materials and Hardware – EASA Category A
Maintenance Practices – EASA Category A
Basic Aerodynamics – EASA Category A
Air Legislation – EASA Category A
Human Factors – EASA Category A
Turbine Aeroplane Aerodynamics Structures and Systems
Practical Skills Modules:
Basic Metal Work Skills
Aeronautical Sheetmetal – Basic and Advanced Level
Special Fasteners Aeronautical
Work Place Training (additional 12 weeks)
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Leaving Certificate or equivalent
Good spatial and numerical ability and manual dexterity.
All candidates are aptitude tested.
EASA Air Legislation (CATA1-Mod10)
EASA Human Factors (CATA1-Mod9A)
EASA Basic Aerodynamics (CATA1-Mod8)
EASA Aeroplane Aerodynamics (Jet Engine) (CATA1-Mod11A)
EASA Maintenance Practices (CATA1-Mod7A)
EASA Mathematics (CATA1-Mod1)
EASA Materials & Hardware (CATA1-Mod6)
EASA Physics (CATA1-Mod2)
The aim of the course is to provide learners with the necessary skills and related knowledge to enable them to obtain employment performing work as skilled Aircraft Structures Technician in the Aircraft Maintenance sector. The successful completion of the EASA modules (part EASA Award) will enable learners to be employed in the aircraft maintenance sector