Elements of aircraft structural repair

This program aims to make people who have successfully completed vocational diploma program 5197, Aircraft Structural Assembly, eligible for the “S” license from Transport Canada.

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Methods agent – structural assemblies in aeronautics

This development program aims to train people to work in production plants and aircraft assembly workshops for air carriers.

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Aircraft maintenance

The Attestation of Collegial Studies in Aircraft Maintenance aims to train candidates to work as aircraft maintenance technicians and allows them to acquire the necessary skills for servicing and maintenance of engines, airframes and aircraft equipment.

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Elements of avionics

The Elements of Avionics program aims to train people to work as avionics technicians in organizations that operate aircraft, as well as companies that repair, check, performance maintenance on or manufacture aircraft and aircraft components.

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Aircraft piloting

This training allows you to obtain a license as a multi-engine pilot, a helicopter pilot, or even a bush pilot.

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Mechanical Engineering Technology

In mechanical engineering, you develop a wide range of skills, including drawing with AutoCAD and 3-D design using Catia software. You also get to explore how computer-controlled (CNC) machines and robots operate, using cutting-edge software like Automation Studio and Mastercam.

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Aerospace Engineering Technology

This program allows you to master the computer-aided design and manufacture (CAD-CAM) of aircraft parts, to plan the stages of manufacturing, assembly and quality control for aircraft and thrusters.

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Avionics

This program trains you to plan, direct or perform installations, preventive maintenance, troubleshooting and repair of the electrical, electronic and digital systems (conventional and automated) found on all aircraft, particularly for navigation and communications.

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Aircraft Maintenance Technology

Aircraft maintenance technicians check, repair, replace or modify aircraft components in order to keep airplanes and helicopters airworthy.
They can also look for faults and technical problems on the aircraft, in addition to writing technical reports.

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