In this course, you will gain a comprehensive overview & better understanding of the general environment in which an aircraft engineer conducts their daily activities. More about aviation training Aviation training plays an important part in keeping the aviation industry safe. With the advance of technology in aviation, growth and changes have been made to
What Should I Expect In An Aircraft Engineering Course?
In this course, you will gain a comprehensive overview & better understanding of the general environment in which an aircraft engineer conducts their daily activities.
More about aviation training
Aviation training plays an important part in keeping the aviation industry safe. With the advance of technology in aviation, growth and changes have been made to aircraft systems and technology. These advances, although wonderful, create new safety risks and therefore, aviation training is of the utmost importance.
What is an aircraft engineer and what do they do?
Aircraft maintenance specialists or engineers (AMEs) are highly sought-after professionals both domestically as well as abroad. They ensure that safety standards and aircraft controls are uncompromised. Qualified AMEs are responsible for the safe passage of every flight, before, during and after an aircraft takes to the sky.
Aircraft engineers install, maintain and repair aircraft structures, airframes and engines and aircraft radio, avionic (electronic) and mechanical systems.
They have to train for three to five years before they are qualified and some of their duties include:
- Regularly checking that electronic and mechanical systems are working and meet the safety requirements
- Repairing or replacing faulty parts or systems
- Maintaining and servicing aircrafts
They need knowledge of electronic, mechanical and structural systems and equipment, repair techniques as well as safety regulations and methods.
Debela Training & Management offers some of the highest standards in aircraft and maintenance engineering courses available. Aircraft maintenance engineers who qualify with Debela can be assured of a successful, long-term career in the field.
Our aircraft engineering course
Debela Training & Management is renowned for the training of AMEs. The courses offered are designed to meet the customers’ requirements and can be presented on or off-site, they are designed to equip you to carry out the role of aircraft engineer effectively.
To become an aircraft engineer, applicants must complete the five steps in the aircraft maintenance organisation accreditation process namely:
- Pre-application Phase
- Formal Application Phase
- Document Compliance Phase
- Demonstration and Inspection Phase
- Certification Phase
Our training facility is in a tranquil bushveld setting ideal for learning. Cradle Cove offers a relaxed environment where students can receive the maximum benefit without the normal noise associated with busy airports. It is situated 7km from Lanseria International Airport and is, therefore, close enough for convenience, yet far enough to enjoy the relaxing and peaceful setting.
The cosy log classrooms have stunning views and can accommodate 30 students each. You can enjoy the magnificent views, enjoy the delicious food prepared just for you and hone your skills as an aircraft engineer.
Some of our other online courses include:
- Flight Operations Officer course
- Maintenance Human Factors Refresher course
- Master and Minimum Equipment List course
- Cessna Caravan 208 Refresher Training course
- PT 6 – Pratt and Whitney Engines courses
Get in touch with Debela Training & Management today to find out what to expect in an aircraft engineering course or to simply get more information about us and aircraft and maintenance engineering in South Africa. You name it, we train it!