Aviation Maintenance

  • Aviation Maintenance offers both a two year accelerated pathway and a three year pathway. 

Aviation 2 Yr Flow Chart
Aviation 3 Year Flow
  • 2 Year Pathway: Accelerated General Aircraft Maintenance I & II

    This course covers basic subjects, such as mathematics for aviation, basic physics for aviation, and basic electricity. In addition, this course will provide a foundation for further studies in the aviation maintenance pathway. In addition, this course will provide for further studies in the aviation maintenance pathway including the FAA coursework and required hours for General Aviation Mechanics.

    Prerequisites: Completion of CCIC Math Assesment

    Grades: 11-12

    Length: Half Day, Every Day for 1 Year 

    Credits: 4 Credits (2 CTE / 1 Math / 1 Physical Science)

    Certifications: Snap-on Multimeter

  • 2 Year Pathway: Airframe I (Summer Course)

    This course builds on General Aircraft Maintenance I & II. This course covers wood structures, aircraft coverings, non-metallic structures, and aircraft finishes. The FAA requires 750 total hours for Airframe Maintenance. This summer session is 150 of those hours.

    Prerequisites: General Aircraft Maintenance I & II

    Grades: 11-12

    Length: 7.5 hours per day, 20 days

    Credits: 1 Credit (1 CTE)

    Certifications: Snap-on Torque and Snap-on Precision Measurement

  • 2 Year Pathway: Accelerated Airframe II & III

    In Airframe II & III, students will continue their stidy of Airframe Maintenance. Topics include aircraft sheet metal, electrical systems, hydraulic and pneumatic power systems, fuel systems, water and waste systems, and landing syustems. The FAA requires 750 total hours for Airframe Maintenance. This year-long course provides 492 of those hours.

    Prerequisites: General Aircraft Maintenance I & II, Airframe I

    Grades: 11-12

    Length: Half Day, Every Day for 1 Year 

    Credits: 4 Credits (3 CTE / 1 Math B)

  • 2 Year Pathway: Aiframe IV (Summer Course)

    This course is the conclusion of Airframe Maintenance and the remaining 750 hours required by the FAA prior to testing. Topics for the class include instrument systems, communication and navigation systems, and inspection processes.

    Prerequisites: General Aircraft Maintenance I & II & Airframe I, II & III

    Grades: 11-12

    Length: 7.5 hours per day, 20 days

    Credits: 1 Credit (.5 CTE / .5 Physical Science)

  • 3 Year Pathway: General Aircraft Maintenance 1

    This course is an introduction to foundational subjects, such as mathematics for aviation, physics for aviation, and basic electricity. In addition, this course will provide for further studies in the aviation maintenance pathway including the FAA coursework and required hours for General Aviation Mechanics.

    Prerequisites: Completiion of CCIC Math Assesment

    Grades: 10-12

    Length: Half day, every other day for 1 year

    Credits: 2 credits (1 CTE / 1 Math)

    Certifications: Snap-on Multimeter

  • 3 Year Pathway: General Aircraft Maintenance 2

    This course builds on the subjects addressed in General Aircraft Maintenance I and completes the 400 hours necessary to begin Airframe. This class prepares students for the General Aircraft Maintenance portion of the FAA Part 147 Aviation Mechanics Exam.

    Grades: 11-12

    Prerequisites: General Aircraft Maintenance 1

    Length: Half Day, Every Other Day for 1 Year

    Credits: 2 Credits (1 CTE / 1 Physical Science)

    Certifications: Snap-on Precision Measurement

  • 3 Year Pathway: Airframe I (Summer Course)

    This course builds on General Aircraft Maintenance I & II. This course covers wood structures, aircraft coverings, non-metallic structures, and aircraft finishes. The FAA requires 750 total hours for Airframe Maintenance. This summer session is 150 of those hours.

    Prerequisites: General Aircraft Maintenance I & II

    Grades: 11-12

    Length: 7.5 hours per day, 20 days

    Credits: 1 Credit (1 CTE)

    Certifications: Snap-on Torque and Snap-on Precision Measurement

  • 3 Year Pathway: Accelerated Airframe II & III

    In Airframe II & III, students will continue their stidy of Airframe Maintenance. Topics include aircraft sheet metal, electrical systems, hydraulic and pneumatic power systems, fuel systems, water and waste systems, and landing syustems. The FAA requires 750 total hours for Airframe Maintenance. This year-long course provides 492 of those hours.

    Prerequisites: General Aircraft Maintenance I & II, AIrframe I is recommended

    Grades: 11-12

    Length: Half Day, Every Day for one Year

    Credits: 4 Credits (3 CTE / 1 Math B)

  • 3 Year Pathway: Airframe IV (Summer Course)

    This course is the conclusion of Airframe Maintenance and the remaining 750 hours required by the FAA prior to testing. Topics for the class include instrument systems, communication and navigation systems, and inspection processes.

    Prerequisites: General Aircraft Maintenance I & II & Airframe I, II & III

    Grades: 11-12

    Length:  7.5 hours per day, 20 days

    Credit: 1 Credit (.5 CTE / .5 Physical Science)

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