This 37-week certificate program at the Gander Campus is designed to provide an entry point into the aircraft repair industry.
The emphasis is on the structure of various aircraft, and how to assess corrosion and other damage, and repair or replace various components.
This involves using specialized equipment and techniques, and becoming familiar with a variety of materials used in the construction of aircraft (wood, fabric, sheet metal and composite materials).
The program is recognized by Transport Canada and graduates receive credit toward a licence in structural repair.
There is room for eventual advancement toward the occupation of Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technician.
CNA is part of the Lufthansa Technical Training network of approved schools.
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