Aviation Maintenance Orientation Program
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Aviation Maintenance Orientation Program (AMOP) - 1 Credit
In this innovation program, students will learn the basics of aircraft maintenance. They will work on both rotary wing (helicopters) and fixed wing (airplanes) aircraft in the school lab and at the John G. Diefenbaker Airport. During class students will learn the theory of flight, basic aircraft design, and the purpose of aircraft systems. Superior maintenance practice will be the focus of the class. A.M.O.P. is offered in a two-hour afternoon block for semester one at Mount Royal Collegiate. Students from all collegiates are welcome to apply. Students are not required to transfer schools to participate but will need to find their own transportation to Mount Royal each day by 1:00 PM. At completition of the course, students will earn two 30 level credits, (Aviation maintenance 30 & Work Experience 30).
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