These courses present all materials needed to qualify for the FAA Light Sport Aircraft - Repairman Certificate with the Maintenance – Airplane Rating. Coursework covers regulations associated with the repair and operation of light-sport aircraft, the operation and maintenance of two-cycle and four-cycle engines, aircraft structure and fabric coverings. Students also receive instruction in instrumentation and electrical systems, landing gear, and other systems commonly found in this category of aircraft. Theory and practical skills are taught in a combination of classroom and lab/shop settings. Approximately one-third of the course is hands-on, taking place in the maintenance shop. Course material is presented in instructional modules with a test at the end of each module. The final exam serves as the FAA Certification test. Successfully passing this course results in a Certificate of Completion for the student that can be taken to the Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) to obtain a Repairman Certificate with a Light Sport Aircraft – Airplane rating.
This course provides the student with hands-on experience for a specific manufacturer, including accessories used to track the aircrafts flight, computer programming and flight data management. Specific course topics include the Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) training for various aircraft. The final exam serves as a Certification test, and successfully passing this course will result in a Certificate of Completion.