Course in Aeronautical Engineering in North America

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Aeronautical Engineering

Courses are academic classes taught by qualified instructors that are intended to enhance participant’s knowledge of a given area or training in a particular discipline. Courses vary broadly in terms of length, size, content and duration.

With courses focused on physics, engineering and mathematics, aeronautical engineering programs are designed to teach students the skills necessary to design aircraft. Programs may also be called aerospace engineering and will often include additional courses in mechanics and computers.

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Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance

Confederation College
Campus Full time 2 years September 2017 Canada Thunder Bay

The School of Aviation at Confederation College has a well-established Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance program designed and developed in consultation with Industry and Transport Canada [+]

Course Studies in Aeronautical Engineering in North America 2017. Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance The School of Aviation at Confederation College has a well-established Aviation Technician - Aircraft Maintenance program designed and developed in consultation with Industry and Transport Canada. This program will provide you with the advanced knowledge and skills necessary to develop into a competent and reliable Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. Aircraft Maintenance is a well-established area of aviation technology with continuing requirements for entry level personnel. High on the priority list are Aircraft Maintenance Engineers as Industry Canada predicts a shortage of qualified aviation personnel in the near future. Future graduation levels must rise to meet future industry employment demands. The program is two years in duration and combines a mixture of theory and practical application. Airframe, engine and electrical courses are taught concurrently; approximately 50% of the time is devoted to practical and 50% to theory. Accreditation: The program is accredited by Transport Canada. Graduates having an attendance record greater than 95% are given 18 months credit, determined by Transport Canada, towards the experience requirements for an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer’s Category "M" license. [-]

Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technology

Confederation College
Campus Full time 2 - 3 years September 2017 Canada Thunder Bay

As an Aerospace Technologist you will work alongside Engineers and shop floor personnel, managing projects while resolving manufacturing problems as they arise. [+]

Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technology If you’re a motivated, enthusiastic individual, eager to pursue an extremely rewarding career with a difference, then look no further. Canada’s aerospace industry provides numerous opportunities to work in a fast-paced, productive team environment. The design and manufacture of aerospace products requires the skills and input of many talented workers. As an Aerospace Technologist you will work alongside Engineers and shop floor personnel, managing projects while resolving manufacturing problems as they arise. Through Confederation College, you now have the option of graduating from the 2-year Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technician program with a Technician Diploma or from the Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering Technology with an Advanced Diploma after completing three years of study. [-]