• Aviation Maintenance Technology (Alabama Aviation College - A division of Enterprise State CC)

    The following four courses can be completed in any order.  These courses require a completed Enterprise State Community College application along with principal and counselor recommendation. These courses are a Dual Enrollment opportunity through Enterprise State Community College’s  Aviation Division. Funding for Dual Enrollment technical courses are based on state Workforce Development grant money and may change without notice. Students that complete these courses are eligible to receive 1 high school credit and 5 college semester hours per course.   Attendance is extremely important in these courses as required by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration).

    AMT 100 - Technical Preparation (921601)     

    1 High School Credit/5 Hours College Credit

    This course introduces basic information necessary for students entering the aviation maintenance field.  Math and physics aircraft weight and balance and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and manufacturers’ technical and legal publications are emphasized.  Upon completion, students should be able to make basic computations, apply principles of physics, compute weight and balance, use maintenance forms and records, state mechanics’ privileges and limitations, and interpret maintenance publications. This course requires a minimum of 140 hours. (A student cannot miss more than 8 days in this course and receive college credit due to FAA regulations).

    Prerequisite: Strong science and math background recommended.  Students must have a 2.5 GPA , good attendance, and few disciplinary referrals

    Class Fee:  None

    AMT 101 - Basic Electricity (921602)                           

    1 High School Credit/5 Hours College Credit

    This course provides a study of electricity.  Alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC) circuits and controls, electrical measurements, electrical test equipment, aircraft batteries, fundamental electronics, and semiconductor devices are emphasized.  Upon completion, students should be able to solve problems associated with electrical measurements, use basic electrical test equipment, and service aircraft batteries. This course requires a minimum of 140 hours. (A student cannot miss more than 8 days in this course and receive college credit due to FAA regulations)

    Prerequisite: Strong science and math background recommended.  Students must have a 2.5 GPA, good attendance, and few disciplinary referrals

    Class Fee:  None

    AMT 102 – Materials and Processes (921603)

    1 High School Credit/5 Hours College Credit                   

    This course provides an opportunity for high school students to pursue and receive credit for college-level coursework at the same time high school graduation requirements are completed.  In this course, the student will be introduced to aircraft hardware and materials, precision measuring and non-destructive testing, aircraft ground operations, fuels, cleaning and corrosion control methods, and the use of aircraft drawings.  Identification and selection of aircraft hardware, performance of non-destructive testing, fabrication and inspection of flexible fluid lines, identification of fuels, use of cleaning materials, and corrosion control programs are emphasized. Upon completion students should be able to perform non-destructive tests, use precision measuring tools, fabricate and install rigid and flexible fluid lines, select hardware and fuels, handle and secure an aircraft, and identify, read, create, and interpret aircraft drawings. This course requires a minimum of 140 hours. (A student cannot miss more than 8 days in this course and receive college credit due to FAA regulations).

    Prerequisite: Strong science and math background recommended.  Students must have a 2.5 GPA, good attendance, and few disciplinary referrals

    Class Fee: None

    AMT 111 – Aircraft Sheet Metal Structures (921605)

    1 High School Credit/5 Hours College Credit                        

    This course introduces aircraft sheet metal repairs. Emphasis is placed on the use of proper procedures, tools, and materials to complete sheet metal repairs. Upon completion, students should be able to install conventional rivets; form, layout, and bend sheet metal; install special rivets and fasteners; and, inspect and repair sheet metal structures. This course requires a minimum of 140 hours. (A student cannot miss more than 8 days in this course and receive college credit due to FAA regulations).

    Prerequisite: Strong science and math background recommended.  Students must have a 2.5 GPA, good attendance, and few disciplinary referrals

    Class Fee:  None