Courses may include
These are some of the courses offered in this program. It is not a complete list and courses are subject to change in advance of the academic year.
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AMEG 1600 - Workplace Safety
The student is introduced to compliance with safety regulations, identification and reduction of fire hazards, and the maintenance and safe use of equipment and tools. This course also includes confined spaces, WHIMS, MSDS, use of personal protective devices, hazardous situations. Safe working techniques while working around aircraft are conducted.
AMEG 1601 - Human Factors
This course introduces students to the impact of human factors in aircraft maintenance and the application of techniques used to eliminate errors caused by human factors.
AMEG 1602 - Canadian Aviation Regulations
The student is introduced to the general provisions of Canadian Aviation Regulations, aircraft identification and registration. This course is a comprehensive study of Airworthiness, Technical records and Aircraft Maintenance.
AMEG 1603 - Publications
The student is introduced to the standards for publications, use of publications and the types of publications in the Aviation industry.
AMES 1101 - Mathematics
This course instructs students in imperial and metric systems of measurement, decimal-fraction conversion and the geometric and trigonometric functions utilized by the aviation structural technician.
AMES 1106 - Aircraft Systems
The student is introduced to the various aircraft systems including hydraulic, pneumatic, air conditioning, fuel, ice and rain protection, fire protection and emergency systems.
AMES 1112 - Aerodynamics, Aircraft Components and Functions
The course covers basic physics, properties of atmosphere, fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft design and aerodynamics. The student is introduced to forces and axes of flight, control and stability of aircraft, high speed flight and propulsion systems.
AMES 1113 - Tools and Materials
This course introduces students to the various aircraft hardware and fasteners as well as the ferrous, non-ferrous, and non-metallic materials used in aircraft construction. The proper selection and safe operation and maintenance of hand and power tools and various shop equipment is also covered.
AMES 1201 - Fastener Installation
Students will identify, select, and install various fasteners used in the construction of aircraft. Hands-on training is emphasized.
AMES 1202 - Assembly
The student is introduced to aircraft assembly procedures and techniques. A wide variety of tools and equipment is used and the emphasis is placed on hands-on training.
AMES 1205 - Structural Damage Assessment
The student is introduced to the proper procedures to identify, assess, and repair aircraft structural damage.
AMES 1206 - Sheet Metal Repairs
This course will introduce the student to the various techniques and procedures used in aircraft sheet metal repair.
AMES 1207 - Sheet Metal Fabrication
This course draws together the skills learned in prior courses to allow the learner to perform hands-on training in sheet metal fabrication techniques and procedures.
AMES 1208 - Corrosion
The student is introduced to the different types of corrosion found in the aircraft structure and is given the opportunity to practice the identification, prevention and treatment of corrosion. This course introduces the student to the various techniques and procedures used in corrosion assessment and evaluation.
AMES 1209 - Aircraft Drawing Interpretation
The student is introduced to the various blueprint components and given the opportunity to interpret and create aircraft drawings.
AMES 1300 - Composite Repairs
This course introduces the students to the various types of repairs utilized in composite structures. Emphasis is placed on hands-on learning.
AMES 1301 - Composite Fabrication
This course introduces the student to the various composite fabrication processes and techniques utilized in composite aircraft construction. Emphasis is placed on hands-on learning.
AMES 1304 - Fluid Lines and Conduits
This course discusses the fluid lines and fittings found in various aircraft systems. Topics include proper identification, selection, marking, and repair of fluid lines.
AMES 1305 - Windows and Lenses
This course introduces the student to the various types of glass and plastics used in the construction of aircraft windscreens and windows and the approved maintenance practices.
AMES 1306 - Tubular Structure
The student is introduced to tubular construction of aircraft including the associated evaluation and structural repair procedures and techniques.
AMES 1312 - Wood and Fabric Structures
The student is introduced to all aspects of wood and fabric aircraft structure assembly, assessment and repair.
SAFE 1000 - Introduction to WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems)
This course offers learners basic overview of WHMIS principles and establishes a solid foundation to support workplace-specific training on the safe storage and handling of controlled/hazardous products. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive basic WHMIS certification.
SAFE 1001 - Introduction to NS OH&S Act
This course offers students an introduction to the Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Act of Nova Scotia, which is required by any person employed in a Nova Scotia workplace. This is a generic, introductory course that provides basic knowledge of the Act for students and is considered to be the basis from which more specific training can be given.
SAFE 1020 - Introduction to Confined Space
The learner is introduced to the basic requirements and procedures involved with confined spaces. The definition and associated hazards of confined space are discussed as well as methods of confined space rescue. The course material is to be infused throughout the curriculum and may be delivered in the classroom, shop or other opportunity as designed and developed by the instructor.
SAFE 1021 - Introduction to Hazard Identification
The learners are introduced to the types of hazards encountered in workplaces and the approach that should be followed when recommending and implementing appropriate controls. Two key elements of Hazard Identification are addressed: Hazard Assessment and Inspection. The Nova Scotia Occupational Health and Safety Act is discussed. The course material is to be infused throughout the curriculum and may be delivered in the classroom, shop or other opportunity as designed and developed by the instructor.
SAFE 1022 - Introduction to Fall Arrest and Protection
The learner is introduced to fall protection, fall prevention and fall arrest concepts and responsibilities at the workplace. Guardrails, travel restraints, roof work, fall arrest components will be discussed and the learner will be given the opportunity to demonstrate the use of selected equipment. The course material is to be infused throughout the curriculum and may be delivered in the classroom, shop or other opportunity as designed and developed by the instructor.
SAFE 1023 - Introduction to Lock-out Tag Out
Lock-out Tag Out introduces the learner to the hazards related to energized systems and procedures to ensure worker safety. Related legislation and risk management is discussed and the learner is exposed to the various types of lock-out devices. The course material is to be infused throughout the curriculum and may be delivered in the classroom, shop or other opportunity as designed and developed by the instructor.
SAFE 1024 - Introduction to Respiratory Protection
The learner is introduced to the potential of atmospheric hazards in the workplace and the available personal protection and control methods to maintain a safe work environment. Discussion includes identification and testing for atmospheric hazards and workplace respiratory programs. The learner will be given the opportunity to select, use and maintain respiratory equipment. The course material is to be infused throughout the curriculum and may be delivered in the classroom, shop or other opportunity as designed and developed by the instructor.