Job role :
Airframe fitter/assembler technicians fit, assemble and check structural parts to produce aircraft sub-assemblies in line with drawings, specifications and tolerances.
Target audience :
Any person with technical training or significant industry experience who wants to join an aeronautics manufacturing company as a Aircraft Airframe Fitter/Assembler.
To gain the theoretical and practical skills of an Aircraft Airframe Fitter/Assembler.
To be able to fit, assemble and adjust aircraft airframes using a technical manual and ready-to-use parts or parts requiring preparation.
To prepare for and obtain the CQPM AMSA (Aircraft Airframe Fitter/Assembler Metallurgy Qualification Certificate).
Training Resources :
Fully-equipped Aluminium and Composite airframe workshops,
Aircraft airframes, classroom, computer room.
Training Methods :
Theoretical classes, Studying aircraft drawings, Case studies,
Practical work in the airframe workshop and composite impregnation room and on aircraft airframes.
Training course attendance certificate :
At the end of the course, students have prepared for the CQPM and obtain a course certificate.
- 320 hours at the Training Centre and 70 hours in-company training
- Reading aircraft drawings
- Marking out parts
- Skills update and professional calculations
- Aeronautics technology and legislation
- Composite materials
- Health, safety and respect for the environment
- Professional technology
- Quality control
- Practical work