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Diploma of Aircraft Basic Science

About the Diploma of Aircraft Basic Science

This eight-month Diploma program in Aircraft Basic Science provides basic training in the classroom. This program outlook at the fundamental concepts of basic sciences, hand tools and their applications, basic aerodynamic principles, airfoils, and their applications, Helicopter and Fix wing aircraft design Variation, construction, maintenance, repair, and basic aerodynamic principles, Aircraft systems, and the basic sciences of processes as related to aircraft design, construction, maintenance, repair, and operation. It explains various techniques of inspecting, measuring, and evaluating different parts using appropriate aviation tools.

this program prepares the student who is interested in our Pilot Training program or who is interested in AME (Aircraft Maintenance Engineer) program but they are lack of aviation knowledge and aviation terminologies. This program will prepare the student who is interested in entering the aviation industry the basic aircraft knowledge and skills.

 

Prerequisites

  • High school graduate or equivalent 

  • IELTS 5.0 or pass the interviewing of CAC

Required course materials:

  • Aircraft Basic Science By –M J. Kroes, J R.Radon and M S. Nolan, “8th Edition” Text Book &Work Book.

  • Aviation Dictionary – 3rd Edition By Dale Crane.

  •  Aviation Mechanic Handbook – 4th Edition By Dale Crane.  

  • Basic hand tools – Provided By Canadian Aviation College.

Learning Objectives/Outcomes:

The goal of the Aircraft Basic Science program is to teach the students about aircraft engineering technology. The graduated student will be:

1. Receive aircraft basic technical knowledge and skills.

2. Receive Aviation basic English skills.

Program Duration

Total Program Duration: 32 weeks in one Calendar year.

Four intakes yearly: February, June, September, December.

Methods of Evaluation:

Students’ progress in the program is measured by their successful completion of the courses listed in the program outlines; a minimum of 70% of the all course marks as well as each assessment component of the courses is required to successfully complete the program

 

 
 
 
Course Breakdown

Aircraft Basic Science 1 -160 hours


Aircraft Basic Science 1 outlooks at the fundamental concepts of basic sciences, hand tools and their applications, basic aerodynamic principles, airfoils and their applications, Helicopter and Fix wing aircraft design Variation, construction, maintenance, repair and operation.




Aircraft Basic Science 2 - 160 hours


Aircraft Basic Science 2 outlooks at the fundamental concepts of basic aerodynamic principles, Aircraft systems, and the basic sciences of processes as related to aircraft design, construction, maintenance, repair and operation. It explains various techniques of inspecting, measuring, and evaluating different parts using appropriate aviation tools.





Fees & Expenses

Registration Fee

Domestic Student - CAD 250.00

International Student - CAD 500.00

Tuition Fee

Domestic Student - CAD 15,000.00

International Student - CAD 18,000.00

Books

Domestic Student - CAD 500.00

International Student - CAD 500.00

Disclaimer: This program is waiting for the final stage of the approval of Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.

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Contact Us

Main Administrative Phone (Monday - Friday):

+1 604.299.7777 

 

Dispatching and  Operating:

+1 604.998.7865

Email: info@cacbc.ca

Location:

72 - 18300 Ford Road,

Pitt Meadows - BC

V3Y 0C6

CANADA

Administrative Hours:

Mon - Fri 9:00AM - 6:00PM

Operation Hours:

Mon - Sun 9:00AM - 6:00PM