Aircraft Composite Training Courses
Advanced Composites, Manufacturing, Inspection and Repair, Level 1 Learn about the fundamentals of advanced composite materials Do you want to learn all about the basics principles and concept of composites? With this training, the (future) composite repair technician will have a solid base to manufacture composite and perform inspections and repairs. Advanced Composites: Manufacturing, Inspection and Repair, Level 2 Gain in-depth knowledge of Aircraft Composites Structures and damage mapping on aircraft components The participant who successfully complete this composite training program has in-depth understanding of Aircraft Composites Structures, Matrix Systems, Safety and Environment, Reinforced Fibers, Adhesives Review, Pre-Impregnated Fibers, Material Handling and Storage, Aircraft Design Considerations, Source Documents, Inspection Techniques, Damage Mapping. Advanced Composites: Manufacturing, Inspection and Repair, Level 3 Gain in-depth knowledge of aircraft composites structures and damage mapping on aircraft structures This advanced composite level 3 course has been developed to meet the knowledge and skill requirements of a composite manufacturing and/or repair technician. Participant who successfully complete this advanced composite training program is considered to be able to perform bonded composite repairs to composite aircraft components and aircraft structures in compliance with the manufacturers repair documentation or other acceptable repair data. Metal to Metal Bonding Gain and develop in-depth knowledge and knowhow of metal bond structures This training meets the formal training requirement for individuals who intend to become certified as aircraft metal bond repair technicians. Part 145: Practical SRM Training Structural Repair Manual, damage recognition, assessment and reporting The course will give the participants the basic skills and confidence in how to use the Structural Repair Manual (SRM) to perform damage assessment, to select repair procedure, understand the repair method and design repairs within the limits of the Structural Repair Manual (SRM). The course includes repair case studies that require the student to determine part identification, allowable damage limits, and detail metallic and composites repair options.