About AME Mechanical and Avionics

AME Mechanical

Aircraft Maintenance Engineer is responsible for safety and security of the Aircrafts, Helicopters and other flying machines.

They are specially trained to carryout complex maintenance and repair process including periodical and theortycal 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” (FRC) an entity 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 – Aero plane & Powerplant (60 seats only)

  • HA – Heavy Aeroplane

  • JE – Jet Engine

  • LA – Light Aeroplane

  • PE – Piston Engine
    Length : 6 semesters (Each semester comprise of 6 months). The last semester is fanatical for On the Job Training (OJT) in a DGCA approved Aircraft Maintenance Organization.

AME Avionics

— Electrical System (ES)
— Instrument System (IS)
— Radio Navigation (RN)

The two streams of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering

  1. “Mechanical”  – which is covers Airframe and Engine.
  2. “Avionics”– that deals with Electrical, Instrument, and Radio Navigation systems.

‘Aircraft maintenance engineer’ is a  licences  Engineer. To be make  successful Engineer person have to get   licence by the DGCA, Govt. of India.

The  steam  of  Avionics  technician programs teach students how to repair and maintain aviation electronics, automation   systems for aircraft. Through hands-on coursework is commonly completed on-site at aviation schools/college, a limited number of institutions offer certificate programs in a hybrid format that feature some online classes.

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 main 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.

THEORY
Basic Aerodynamics

Human Factor
Maintenance Practices – I
CAR – I

PRACTICAL
Familiarization with machine Shop
Familiarization with hand tools, machine
Familiarization with fitting shop
Aviation Legislation – I

THEORY
Material & Hardware – I
Electrical Fundamentals
CAR – II
Maintenance Practices – II

PRACTICAL
Material & Hardware
Electrical Fundamentals
Aviation Legislation – II
Maintenance Practices – II

THEORY
Material & Hardware – II
Electronic Fundamentals
Instrument System
Maintenance Practices

PRACTICAL
Material & Hardware – II
Electronic Fundamentals
Digital Technique & Electronic Instrument
Maintenance Practices – III

THEORY
Module 11A & 11B-I (Aerodynamics)
Piston Engine -I
Gas Turbine Engine – I
Propeller

PRACTICAL
1 Module 11A & 11B-I (Aerodynamics)
Piston Engine -I
Gas Turbine Engine – I
Propeller

THEORY
Module 11A & 11B-II (Aerodynamics)
Piston Engine –II
Gas Turbine Engine – II
Module 11A & 11B-III (Aerodynamics)

PRACTICAL
Module 11A & 11B-II (Aerodynamics)
Piston Engine –II
Gas Turbine Engine – II
Module 11A & 11B-III (Aerodynamics)

  1. Aircraft Rules, Regulation and CAR
  2. Workshop Technology
  3. Engineering Drawing
  4. Theory of flight
  5. Aircraft Hardware
  6. Basic Electricity
  7. Basic Electronics
  8. Aircraft Materials
  9. Aircraft Power plant 
  1. Aircraft Wiring, Bonding & Screening
  2. Integrated Flight Control System
  3. Aircraft Instrument
  4. Aircraft Instrument Systems
  5. Aircraft Electrical Systems
  6. Engine Fuel System
  7. Lubrication System
  8. Aircraft Power Plant and Accessories
  9. Aircraft Propeller System
  10. Engine Starting/Run-up System
  11.  Piston Engine System Trouble Shooting
  12.  Airborne Radio Communication & Navigational Equipment
  13.  Radio & Radar Aids to Navigation
  14.  Radio Test Equipment
  15.  Radar Theory
  16.  Aircraft System
  17.  Aircraft Fuel System
  18. Aircraft Structure
  19. Aircraft Cessna 152/172 Inspection Procedures
  20. Aircraft P68C/PA30 Twin Engine Aircraft Inspection Procedure
  21. 6 months On-Job-Training at Carver Aviation (CAR145 approved Facilities)

AME Course Duration:

The total  duration of this  Course is three years, which includes two and a half years (2 ½ Yr) of in-house(collage ) training and 6 months of On-the-Job Practical Training in any DGCA approved maintenance organization. The Two and half years (2 ½ Yr) in-house (college) training is divided into five semesters (every semester of 6-month duration)

Our institute has tied up with leading MRO organization to ensure our candidate get the best on-the-job profile experience. A most important benefit 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.

AME Course Schedule:

AME licence holders candidate are in good demand as the Aviation industry has been expanding rapidly in India and abroad. Many new airlines have started research ,operations and the civil aviation field has seen a number of new aircraft joining the fleets every month which has resulted in a large number of vacancies for aircraft technicians and engineers.

Our students/candidate are holding managerial positions and playing key roles in different International and National Airlines. We have an involved success story of our Institute with our students working as full scope Aircraft Maintenance Engineers in key positions in leading aircraft maintenance companies.