Certificate in Aviation is Level 6 Special Purpose Award. and exciting opportunity to explore the world of flight and aviation. The course is developed and delivered by Atlantic AirVenture, and is validated by the Department of Mechanical & Automobile Engineering as part of their Flexible Learning Programme at Limerick Institute of Technology
Entry Requirements : Leaving Certificate or equivalent.
Next Course starts 27 September 2016
Call the LIT Flexible Learning Office on +353 (0)61 293802
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This programme has secured funding under the Aviation and Aerospace Skillnet. Eligible companies can secure a 20% contribution towards course fees. You or your employer should contact Linda Barron
Project Manager, 061 423 622, Linda Barron email@example.com to confirm that you are eligible for support.
Certificate in Aviation introduces learners to some fundamental aspects of of aviation.
The course is delivered by industry professionals and instructors. As part of the course students will have the opportunity to visit a live aircraft maintenance facility and experience a simulated flying lesson in a full scale B737 – 800 NG Flight Simulator.
Certificate in Aviation is a Level 6 Special Purpose Award with 10 ECT awarded on successful completion of the programme. Students are required to submit one assignment weekly for each topic covered.
10 weeks, 4 hours weekly
Commencing Tuesday 28th Feb 2017
Time : 6.00 pm to 10.00 pm.
Course Fee: €495
Who is this course aimed at?
This course is ideal for those interested in having a foundation knowledge of flight and some of the engineering that makes it possible. Ideal for those considering an aviation career, and also those currently engaged in the industry in non technical roles, particularly in the aircraft leasing sector.
- Basic Aerodynamics
- Aircraft Instrumentation
- The Jet Engine
- Aircraft Composite Technology
- Aircraft structures
- Aviation Meteorology
- Human Factors in Aviation
- The Air Traffic Control System
- Flight Theory
- Flight Control