AMTA 1400 - Aircraft Maintenance Technician - Airframe 4
2 Credit(s) | See Department Fee
The Federal Aviation Administration-approved Aircraft Maintenance Technician program (14 CFR 147) requires the successful completion of a minimum of 1,900 hours of study (43 university credit hours at SUU) divided into three subject areas (General, Airframe, and Powerplant) and the successful completion of three FAA written, oral, and practical exams (General, Airframe, and Powerplant).
This course is one of a group of six courses that are designed to meet the regulatory and content requirements of Federal Aviation Regulation 14 CFR 147 for the General portion of the A&P license.
Content: flight control surfaces, primary flight controls, secondary flight controls, trim systems, winglets, canards, wing fences, cable controls, fly-by-wire controls, push rods, torque tubes, control rigging, aircraft inspections, inspection types, programs, regulations. (Fall, Fall - 1st Session, Fall - 2nd Session, Spring, Spring - 1st Session, Spring - 2nd Session, Summer - 1st Session, Summer - 2nd Session) [Graded (Standard Letter)]
Prerequisite(s): AMTG 1200 and AMTG 1300 and AMTG 1400 - Prerequisite Min. Grade: C
Registration Restriction(s): None
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