This course will develop extensive practical skills in the use of different aircraft manuals, FAA and non-FAA forms, and proper documentation of any maintenance performed in an aircraft.

This course will cover the human factors in the aeronautic environment including physical and psychological aspects, human interaction, communications, risk management, workforce dynamics and human related errors.

This course will cover aircraft airframe systems and components. To provide the skills in checking, repairs, installation, removal, servicing, inspection, and troubleshooting of landing gear systems, hydraulic and pneumatic power systems, cabin atmosphere control systems, aircraft fuel systems, ice and rain control systems, and fire protection systems.

This course will cover the required laws for all licenses mechanics and certifying staff, aircraft certification and international requirements.  This course of Aviation Legislation is focused on the requirements of FAA and EASA.