École nationale d’aérotechnique

Introduction

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A school specialized in aerotechnics

The École nationale d'aérotechnique (ÉNA), an affiliated school at Édouard-Montpetit CEGEP, is considered to be the largest college technical college in aeronautics in the world. The ÉNA has unique facilities with 37 aircraft and 35 specialized laboratories and offers exclusive technical programs in Quebec for Aircraft Maintenance, Avionics and Aerospace Engineering recognized by Transport Canada.

The ÉNA can accommodate nearly 1,300 students in regular education each year and several hundred technicians in continuing education. Despite the impressive number of students trained each year at the School, the industry is currently experiencing a shortage of The employment prospects and employment prospects of our graduates are excellent.

The ÉNA is also one of the few schools authorized by National Defense of Canada to train the military in the field of aircraft maintenance.

In addition to providing balanced training between theory and practice, ÉNA offers its students the opportunity to enroll in the Work / Study Program and to access work placements at home or abroad. outside.


Training equivalences

The creation of the International Council for Aerospace Training (CIFA) has enabled ÉNA to ensure its international influence. This organization aims to establish training equivalencies that meet European, American and Canadian standards.

This school offers programs in:
  • French
  • English

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Programs

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Aircraft Maintenance Technology

Campus Full time 3 years August 2019 Canada Saint-Hubert

You will learn to maintain aircraft airworthiness; check, repair, replace or modify aircraft components to maintain aircraft airworthiness and research and troubleshoot problems with the aircraft and write technical reports. [+]

Secondary School Pre-requisites Secondary V Mathematics Technical and Scientific Option or Science Option or the equivalent Secondary V Physics or the equivalent Your high school years must have been completed in English.* You will learn to : Maintain aircraft airworthiness. Check, repair, replace or modify aircraft components to maintain aircraft airworthiness. Research and troubleshoot problems with the aircraft and write technical reports. Skills needed Ability to respect established standards and procedures while working Facility for team work Sense of responsibility Manual dexterity Mechanical interest Willingness to work with an irregular schedule

*If your high school studies have been completed in another language than French or English, you must demonstrate a sufficient English language proficiency required for admission by presenting an English test result (TOEFL or IELTS). Otherwise, please contact the Registrar's Office at 450 678-3561 ext. 4215.... [-]


Course: Avionics Techniques / Dec-Bac in Avionics 280.D0

Campus Full time 3 years August 2019 Canada Saint-Hubert

This program will teach you how to plan, direct or perform the installation, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of electrical, electronic and digital (conventional and automated) systems found in all aircraft, including navigation and communications; provide technical support to engineers in the design of avionics systems. [+]

prerequisitesMath Technico-Sciences or Natural Sciences of the 5th sec. or the equivalentPhysics of the 5th sec. or the equivalentYou will learnPlan, direct or perform the installation, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of electrical, electronic and digital (conventional and automated) systems found in all aircraft, including navigation and communications.Provide technical support to engineers in the design of avionics systems.Your abilitiesAdaptation to technological changesDexteritythoroughnessSens of observationSense of responsibilityBilingualism (an asset)Your interestsNew technologiesElectronics, electricity and computersProblems solvingConcrete tasksStructured environmentYou can access careersAvionics Maintenance TechnicianMethod Agent (Avionics)Technician in the installation and maintenance of aircraft instruments (radar, radio, etc.)Avionics manufacturing technicianManufacturing Quality Control TechnicianFlight simulator technicianAvionics Inspector... [-]

Course: Aerospace Engineering Techniques / Dec-Bac in Aerospace Engineering 280.B0

Campus Full time 3 years August 2019 Canada Saint-Hubert

This program will teach you how to design and manufacture aircraft parts using a computer (CAD-CAM); plan the manufacturing and assembly stages of aircraft, engines and other components; Shaping aircraft structural elements into composite materials and sheet metal parts collaborate in production process planning, quality control and testing; develop assembly books. [+]

prerequisitesMath Technico-Sciences or Natural Sciences of the 5th sec. or the equivalentPhysics of the 5th sec. or the equivalentYou will learnDesign and manufacture, using a computer (CAD-CAM), aircraft parts.Plan the manufacturing and assembly stages for aircraft, engines and other components.Shaping aircraft structural elements into composite materials and sheet metal parts.Collaborate on production process planning, quality control and testing.Draw up notebooks.Your abilitiesAnalytical mindSense of planningSense of responsibilityManual dexterityUnderstanding abstract conceptsBilingualism (an asset)Your interestsNew technologiesDesign and manufacturingProblems solvingConcrete tasksStructured environmentYou can access careersMethod Officer (develops procedures for manufacturing components or assembling aircraft)Inspector and quality controllerDesigner designer of computer components, structures, systems or toolingTechnical WriterAeronautical and Aerospace Engineering TechnicianTechnician in composite materialsProgrammer of numerically controlled (CNC) machines... [-]

Contact

Address 5555, place de la Savane
J3Y 8Y9 Saint-Hubert, Quebec, Canada