Specialized Training

Aircraft Sheet Metal Work Practical – Advanced Level

Duration

15 training days (90 hours)

Course Outline

During this training, the student will advance his/her practical skills and understanding of sheet metal structure fabrication and repair according manufacturer documentation. Upon completion of training the student will gain the skills and confidence needed to work in an aircraft maintenance environment in a structures team under supervision.

Target Group

Technicians, engineers, inspectors involved in maintenance and repair of aircraft metal constructions

Group Size

4-10 trainees

Prerequisites

Completion of course “Aircraft Sheet Metal Work practical – Beginner Level“ or any indication of previous training or experience.
Basic English and general technical understanding is desired.

Facilities

Course will be held in an actual maintenance facility and every student is provided with materials and tools

Objectives

Theoretical input:

– SRM vs real time damage scenario
– Health and safety, PPA

Practical input:

– SRM damage removal techniques
– SRM repair layout principles
– SRM repair parts preparation
– SRM repair parts forming/ shaping
– SRM repair execution
– Lapjoint/ buttjoint repair example
– Stringer/ frame repair example
– Pressure bulkhead repair example
– Floor beam/ seat track repair example
– Enclosed LE skin flush repair

Examination/Certification

Practical assessment
Certificate of Attendance

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