Learning Outcomes: Aviation Airframe Mechanic PSAV

  1. Demonstrate proficiency in general hangar and shop safety, environmental concerns, mathematics, physics, basic aerodynamics, federal aviation regulations, publications and records, aircraft hardware, precision measuring instruments, blueprints and drawings, hand and power tools, and fluid lines and fittings.
    • Core Ability Supported: Work Cooperatively
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in basic electricity, DC electrical circuits, aircraft battery service and inspection, AC electrical circuits and solid-state circuits, structural materials and processes, non-destructive inspection, aircraft cleaning and corrosion control, weight and balance, and aircraft ground operations and servicing.
    • Core Ability Supported: Process Information
  3. Demonstrate the skills necessary to maintain reciprocating engines, their ignition systems, fuel metering and induction systems, engine exhaust, cooling, lubricating, propellers, and propeller governing systems.
    • Core Ability Supported: Process Information
  4. Demonstrate the skills required to repair reciprocating engines including their removal, overhaul, installation, and operation.
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
  5. Demonstrate the skills necessary to maintain turbine engines, engine fire protection, engine instrument systems, lubrication, cooling, ignition, fuel metering systems, and powerplant electrical systems.
    • Core Ability Supported: Communicate Effectively
  6. Demonstrate the skills required for turbine engine removal, overhaul, installation, and operation.
    • Core Ability Supported: Think Critically and Solve Problems
 
 
 
 

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For questions about this program's Learning Outcomes contact:

Kimberly Greene
321-433-7727
greenek@easternflorida.edu