Aircraft Maintenance engineering in abroad is so practical. It has been designed to develop the knowledge and skills in maintenance of both large and small airplanes and helicopters.
It is Transport Canada approved to provide basic training towards an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer 'M' License. Your time in the program is split between the study of aircraft maintenance theory and practical projects.
Graduates will be required to gain on-the-job work experience for the balance of the 48 month Transport Canada requirement and write the Canadian Aviation Regulations exam. Once these requirements have been met, graduates will be eligible for a Transport Canada ‘M’ licence. Graduates will receive a Transport Canada Approval number on their diploma.
Getting licensed as an AME, you must:
- Be at least 21 years of age
- Complete a Transport Canada-approved AME basic training program (or one that is acceptable to Transport Canada)
- Get the total amount of applicable civil aviation maintenance experience
- Gain skills by doing a number of specific maintenance tasks
- Successfully complete the technical (if required) and regulatory exams
- Submit an application with the correct form and all other required Documentation
- HSC and above.
- IELTS 6.5 (Over all 6.5 with writing 6.0)
- TOEFL Score 79 IBT or 550 PBT
Aircraft Repair and Maintenance career:-
Aircraft repair and maintenance positions are in high demand. From vintage airplanes to the most high-tech passenger jets, students in aircraft repair and maintenance programs at Ontario colleges get the knowledge they need to launch their career.