This dynamic program will offer students the opportunity to prepare for a career in the aviation technology community. Elements of the basic aviation maintenance curriculum will be applied as new knowledge and skills are introduced in aircraft general/airfram studies. Students will investigate through classroom instruction, field trips, and laboratory applications in the following areas: airfram strucctures/riveting, airframe systems and components, airframe finishes and corrosion prevention, avaiation avionics systems/electronics, aviation fire prevention techniqes, and communication and navigation systems. The last year of the class the students will study Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) will have the opportunity to earn a FAA Part 107 Drone Pilot's License.
This program prefers students to have completed Algebra I with a C or better.
This class is a three-year program.
The number of periods required in a student's schedule to complete this program is as follows:
Year 1 = 2 periods
Year 2 = 2 periods
Year 3 = 3 periods