The aviation mechanic school’s 1-week Aircraft Composite Repair course will introduce students to the professional techniques involved in carrying out structural repairs on the most widely used aircraft. Students will learn their craft from instructors with many years’ experience both within the training and aviation maintenance field.
In completing aviation maintenance training, the ability to learn through hands-on methodology can ensure that all concepts taught can be easily translated from the educational environment to the airport hangar. Students must be able to undergo training alongside proven instructors who not only know their industry but can also respond quickly when potential maintenance challenges arise. This dynamism and work ethic can be carried forward by students within their careers. It’s the type of commitment to training only offered by the industry’s leading aviation mechanic schools, such as Carolina Aeronautical.
Carolina Aeronautical’s latest course offering brings students into close contact with the most ubiquitous materials found across aircraft maintenance facilities. The 1-week Aircraft Composite Repair course will allow students to practice their skills and their use of machinery alongside an instructor who can guide them on the techniques that will assure future success. It’s a course through which students will learn how to assess material damage and then complete pinpoint repairs on aircraft composite materials. Few course options can provide this level of first-hand material access and experience.
To learn more on the full suite of training options now offered through the team at Carolina Aeronautical, please contact their offices directly at 888.878.4443 or visit their business website at www.carolina-aero.com.