• Adopted CTE Course Blueprint for 7531 Aviation 1

    (Recommended hours of instruction: 270 – 360)

     

    Essential Std #

    Units, Essential Standards, and Indicators

    (The Learner will be able to:)

    Course

    Weight

    RBT

    Designation

    1

    2

    3

    4

     

    Total Course Weight

    100%

     

     

     

     

     

    A

    Math and Physics

    20%

     

    AV11.00

    Understand Math in Aviation Maintenance

    10%

    RBT

     

    1.01 Whole Numbers

    1.02 Fractions

    1.03 Mixed Numbers

    1.04 Decimal Number System

    1.05 Ratio

    1.06 Proportion

    1.07 Percentage

    1.08 Positive and Negative Numbers

    1.09 Powers

    1.10 Functions

    1.11 Scientific Notation

    1.12 Algebra

    1.13 Computing Area

    1.14 Computing Volume

    1.15 Surface Area of 3D Objects

    1.16 Trigonometric Functions

    1.17 Measurement Systems

    1.18 Binary Number System

     

     

    AV12.00

    Understand Physics in Aviation Maintenance

    10%

    RBT

     

    2.01 Matter

    2.02 Energy

    2.03 Force, Work, Power, Torque

    2.04 Simple Machines

    2.05 Stress

    2.06 Motion

    2.07 Heat

    2.08 Pressure

    2.09 Gas Laws

    2.10 Fluid Mechanics

    2.11 Sound

    2.12 The Atmosphere

    2.13 Theory of Flight

    2.14 Engine Theory

     

     

    B

    Drawings and Blueprints

    12%

     

    AV13.00

    Understand the Purpose and Function of Aircraft Drawings

    6%

    RBT

     

    3.01 Types of Drawings

    3.02 Title Blocks

    3.03 Universal Numbering Systems

    3.04 Bill of Material

    3.05 Methods of Illustration

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    AV14.00

    Understand Lines and Their Meanings

    6%

    RBT

     

    4.01 Lines

    4.02 Symbols

    4.03 Reading and Interpreting Drawings

    4.04 Sketches

     

     

    C

    Maintenance Publications

    11%

     

    AV15.00

    Understand Federal Regulations

    5%

     

     

    5.01 Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations

    5.02 Primary Regulations

     

     

    AV16.00

    Use regulations to solve problems

    6%

     

     

    6.01 Civil Air Regulations

    6.02 FAA Documents

    6.03 Non-FAA Documents

    6.04 Forms

    6.05 Records

     

     

    D

    Materials and Processes

    20%

     

    AV17.00

    Understand materials used in aircraft

    10%

     

     

    7.01 Aircraft metals

    7.02 Nonmetallic aircraft materials

    7.03 Seals

    7.04 Aircraft hardware

     

     

    AV18.00

    Apply processes used in aircraft maintenance

    10%

     

     

    8.01 Metalworking processes

    8.02 Heat treatment

    8.03 Composite processes

    8.04 Riveting

     

     

    E

    Weight and Balance

    16%

     

    AV19.00

    Understand need for weight and balance standards

    9%

     

     

    9.01 Requirements for aircraft weighing

    9.02 Terminology

    9.03 Use of ballast

     

     

    AV110.00

    Apply procedures for weighing aircraft

    7%

     

     

    10.01 Procedures for weighing an aircraft

    10.02 Loading an aircraft

     

     

    F

    Ground Operations

    15%

     

    AV111.00

    Understand safety issues

    9%

     

     

    11.01 Shop safety

    11.02 Flight line safety

    11.03 Fire protection

     

     

    AV112.00

    Apply servicing standards

    6%

     

     

    12.01 Tiedown procedures

    12.02 Ground movement

    12.03 Servicing aircraft

    12.04 Fuel servicing aircraft

     

     

    G

    VFR Ground School

    6%

     

    AV113.00

    Understand the requirements for private pilot licensing

    6%

     

     

    13.01 Introduction

    13.02 Navigation

    13.03 Instruments

    13.04 Forces

    13.05 Communication

     

     

     

     

    Adopted CTE Course Blueprint for 7532 Aviation 2

    (Recommended hours of instruction: 270 – 360)

     

    Essential Std #

    Units, Essential Standards, and Indicators

    (The Learner will be able to:)

    Course

    Weight

    RBT

    Designation

    1

    2

    3

    4

     

    Total Course Weight

    100%

     

     

     

     

     

    A

    Maintenance Forms, Records, and Mechanic Privilege

    15%

     

    AV21.00

    Understand Federal – Nonfederal Forms

    5%

    RBT

     

    1.01 Aircraft Documents

    1.02 Maintenance Forms

    1.03 Record Entry

    1.04 Aircraft Checklists

     

     

    AV22.00

    Understand Human Factors

    5%

    RBT

     

    2.01 Human Factor Model

    2.02 Personal Introspection

    2.03 Professionalism

     

     

    AV23.00

    Understand the Mechanic Certificate

    5%

    RBT

     

    3.01 Privileges and Limitations

    3.02 Inspection Authorization

    3.03 Repairman Certificate

    3.04 Testing for Certificate

     

     

    B

    Fluid Lines and Fittings

    11%

     

    AV24.00

    Understand Types of Lines

    5%

    RBT

     

    4.01 Rigid

    4.02 Flexible

    4.03 Basic Hydraulics

    4.04 Basic Pneumatics

     

     

    AV25.00

    Apply procedures for fluid line maintenance

    6%

     

     

    5.01 Fabrication of metal lines

    5.02 Fabrication of flexible lines

     

     

    C

    Cleaning and Corrosion Control

    11%

     

    AV26.00

    Understand forms of corrosion

    5%

     

     

    6.01 Forms of corrosion

    6.02 Corrosion control

    6.03 Factors affecting corrosion

     

     

    AV27.00

    Apply procedures for corrosion control

    6%

     

     

    7.01 Inspection

    7.02 Corrosion prone areas

    7.03 Corrosion removal

    7.04 Processes and procedures used in corrosion control

    7.05 Solvents

     

     

    D

    Materials and Processes

    10%

     

    AV28.00

    Understand metal structures in aircraft

    5%

     

     

    8.01 Metallic aircraft construction

    8.02 Sheet metal tools and fasteners

    8.03 Sheet metal fabrication

    8.04 Inspection and repair of metal structures

     

     

     

    AV29.00

    Understand other structures and processes

    5%

     

     

    9.01 Composite repair

    9.02 Tube welding

     

     

     

    E

    Basic Electricity

    37%

     

    AV210.00

    Understand direct current principles

    17%

     

     

    10.01 Electricity and DC theory

    10.02 DC circuits and Ohm’s law

    10.03 Batteries

     

     

    AV211.00

    Understand alternating current principles

    20%

     

     

    11.01 AC theory

    11.02 AC circuits and components

    11.03 Semiconductors

    11.04 Troubleshooting

    11.05 Power systems

    11.06 Aircraft wiring

    11.07 Powerplant wiring

     

     

    F

    Introduction to Instruments/Avionics

    6%

     

    AV212.00

    Understand the use of instruments in aviation

    3%

     

     

    12.01 System instruments

    12.02 Navigation instruments

    12.03 Satellite instruments

    12.04 Radio theory and systems

     

     

    AV213.00

    Apply the use of instruments to solve problems

    3%

     

     

    13.01 Installation of instruments

    13.02 Radio installation

    13.03 Autopilot operation

     

     

    G

    IFR Ground School

    10%

     

    AV214.00

    Understand IFR procedures

     

     

     

    14.01 Review of instrument flying

    14.02 Read and interpret departure procedures

    14.03 Read and interpret en-route procedures

    14.04 Read and interpret arrival procedures