Atlantic Aviation Institute offers various range of courses at different categories.
The programme is designed to bring students through the fundamentals of Aircraft System Design, Human Factors, Maintenance Practices and Aviation Legislation required to become a competent Aircraft Maintenance Engineer.
On successful completion of the programme, participants will be capable of carrying out maintenance work on large passenger aircraft. The two-year Aircraft Maintenance Engineer programme is fully approved by EASA.
The syllabus and examination standard is outlined in the EASA Part 66 regulation. The duration of the training is two years: 50% Theoretical and 50% Practical Training. The Theoretical training programme is divided into 12 modules with a multiple-choice examination at the end of each module.
|Mathematics||covers Arithmetic, Algebra and Geometry.|
|Physics||includes matter, mechanics thermodynamics, light and sound.|
|Electrical Fundamentals||covers all aspects of basic electrical theory.|
|Digital Techniques Electronic Instrument Systems||theory of aircraft instruments.|
|Materials and Hardware||learn all about materials and hardware used in aircraft.|
|Maintenance Practices||understand the practices used to safely maintain aircraft to the manufacturer’s data.|
|Basic Aerodynamics||understand how aircraft fly, composition of the atmosphere, aerodynamics, theory of flight and stability.|
|Human Factors||understanding the Physical and Cognitive ergonomics, and the human interface within aviation maintenance.|
|Aviation Legislation||an important module that introduces the learner to the complex world of the laws governing aviation.|
|Aeroplane Aerodynamics Structures and Systems||in-depth study of the structures and systems found on turbine aircraft.|
|Gas Turbine Engine||covers all aspects of turbine engine operation.|
|Propeller||covers seven chapters including construction and maintenance.|
The training is delivered in dedicated training workshops where you will gain the hand skills and know-how to use the tools and instrumentation required to safely maintain modern jet aircraft. Upon successful completion of the Workshop Training (12 weeks), students will progress to Practical Training (6 and 1/2 weeks).
Practical training is conducted in the busy environment of live aircraft maintenance at Atlantic Aviation Group. You will be actively involved in actual maintenance activities on Boeing 737, Boeing 757 and Boeing 767 aircraft carrying out or assisting in such tasks as: engine replacements, cabin refurbishment and structural repair, flight control and landing component replacements and system testing.
You, the trainee, will be working together with experienced engineers who will support you during this phase and bring you to the competency levels expected by industry leaders such as Atlantic Aviation Group. You will also gain substantial insight of the management of aircraft.
For more details on the courses, please visit the following page https://www.atlanticaviationinstitute.ie/our-courses/
TOEFL / IELTS / PTE score sheet or other internationally recognised English language test score if applicable. An overall IELTS score of 6.0 with not less than 5.5 in any module is acceptable or equivalency in TOEFL or PTE.
Please ensure that you include the following with your application,
If you need a visa to study in Ireland, you must apply to your local Irish embassy/ Consulate. Students from visa required countries must apply for a study visa for Ireland.
Generally the following documentation is required to support a visa application
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