Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is responsible for safety and security of the Aircrafts, Helicopters and other flying machines.
They are specially trained to carryout complex Maintenances process including periodical Maintenance program as per the Aircraft manufacturers requirements and issue Flight Release Certificate for safety before each flight. To carry out this Maintenance process and issue Flight Release Certificate an individual has to undergo 3 years of approved training program in approved institution and obtain an Aircraft Maintenance Engineers License from DGCA, Ministry of Civil Aviation, Government of India.
Mechanical – Aeroplane & Powerplant (60 seats only)
HA – Heavy Aeroplane
JE – Jet Engine
LA – Light Aeroplane
PE – Piston Engine
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Avionics Course Electrical System (ES)• Instrument System (IS)• Radio Navigation (RN)The two streams of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering –
Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is a Licenced Engineer. To be successful Engineer person have to get Licence from DGCA, Govt. of India. Avionics technician programs teach students how to repair and maintain aviation electronics systems for aircraft. Through hands-on coursework is commonly completed on-site at aviation schools, a limited number of institutions offer certificate programs in a hybrid format that feature some online classes. The courses here are some of the common online offerings from various colleges with avionics technician programs.
This introductory course includes a basic introduction to radio navigation, techniques for installation and repair of airborne radio communications, troubleshooting and radar equipment systems. Installation of “Avionics Systems Course”: This course expands upon introductory avionics, with a focus on aircraft electrical systems and communication systems. Course content includes modules designed to develop students’ capacity to perform checks and troubleshoot problems in avionics communication systems, analyze aircraft electrical systems, install avionic systems onto aircraft and calibrate test equipment.
Students learn to install, repair and maintain AM and FM transmitters and receivers. FCC rules that pertain to work with AM and FM transmitters are included. “Avionics Navigation Systems Course”: Students learn to maintain airborne radio navigation systems, airborne radar systems, and accompanying equipment. Principles of operation area navigation systems are an essential course component.
In this course, students learn to test and troubleshoot many different types of avionics systems, including VHF communications and navigation equipment, instrument landing systems, transponders and pitot-static systems. The curriculum also introduces students to complex wiring diagrams. “Digital Electronics”: This course familiarizes aspiring avionics technicians with the theories and terms used in the field of digital electronics. Emphasis is placed on circuits used in avionic equipment.
Avionics programs generally occur on-site at university campuses or aviation schools. A few schools, however, offer avionic certificates and associate degrees in a hybrid format, which includes a series of on-site class sessions and online course work. Hybrid avionics certificate programs vary in length, but they can require up to 720 hours of coursework. Associate degree programs take two years to complete. Topics include aircraft navigation, radar, collision avoidance, radio communications and other electronic flight control systems. Certificate-level coursework in avionic prepares students to sit for “Federal Communications Commission” (FCC) exams, which individuals must pass in order to work on communications equipment.
Blended avionics certificate programs may require students to complete prerequisites before program entry. Students must either have a completed Airframe and / or Power Plant training, previous work experience in the avionic industry or other previous electronics training.
Although avionics work requires hands-on practice, there are online training courses available at the undergraduate level that can provide relevant education for future technicians.
We are established in 1995, is India’s Premier fully integrated Aviation training provider. RG Aviation is one of the pioneers of Aviation Industry in the Country, started with an aim to change the face of the Indian Aerospace Industry. “WAPL” has worked relentlessly in setting high standards of aviation training and services in India.
The organization was established to foster the vision of our late former “Prime Minister Mr. Rajiv Gandhi” (who was himself a professional pilot) to create dynamic and highly efficient young talent in the aviation industry, which would translate into building our national strength. WAPL started its operation by bringing the best in pilot training to young aspirants. The organization in the same year extended its world-class training services to “Aircraft Maintenance engineering domain” with a focus on building top-class and highly efficient Maintenance engineers to meet the ever growing need of the aviation industry.
Today, in addition to offering unmatched pilot training and aircraft Maintenance engineering training, WAPL also offers world-class, end-to-end Maintenance, repair, and overhaul services to aviation companies, providing unbroken reliability and the highest level of operational integrity of its customers.
The duration of the “Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Course“ is three years, which includes two and a half years (2 ½ Yr) of in-house training and six months of On-the-Job Practical Training in any DGCA approved Maintenance organization. The Two and half years (2½ Yr) in-house training is divided into five semesters (each semester of six-month duration)
Our institute has tied up with leading “MRO organization” to ensure our students get the best on-the-job experience. A major advantage our students have is that our organisation has its own world-class MRO services company competent to offer the best service in Aircraft Maintenance, repair, and overhaul.