asw

Aircraft Structures Worker

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WHO THIS

COURSE IS FOR

The student who is passionate about Airplanes and how they are made and enjoy working with metal and composites.

about

Commonly referred to as Sheet Metal Workers, these artisans are responsible for the manufacture and repair of the physical airframe of an aircraft. Their work is primarily focused on the damage caused by accidents, incidents, fatigue or corrosion, to restore the integral strength of the airframe. Aircraft Structures Workers mark and cut sheet metal according to engineering drawings. Various factors such as the metallic properties of the metal must always be taken into account. Shapes are obtained by bending the sheet metal into the desired form and by joining components together using soldering, brazing, welding, riveting or bonding techniques.

Advantages

This Course covers all the knowledge and practical learning required for candidates to qualify as an ASW. The 30 month course will incorporate Theory, manufacturing and repairing controls and airframes during On-the-Job training, and a Trade Test.

pre-entry

requirements

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ICAO English Language Proficiency Level 4

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Grade 12 Mathematics and Physical Science

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Must be physically mobile and able to do manual labour

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Must be 18 years or older

pre-entry

requirements

N
ICAO English Language Proficiency Level 4

N
Grade 12 Mathematics and Physical Science

N
Must be physically mobile and able to do manual labour

N
Must be 18 years or older

final

qualifications

Trade Certificates issued under Section 26(D) of Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No 97 of 1998):

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653202: Aircraft Structures Worker

final

qualifications

Trade Certificates issued under Section 26(D) of Skills Development Act, 1998 (Act No 97 of 1998):

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653202: Aircraft Structures Worker

BECOME A PILOT AND

 

EXPERIENCE ANOTHER WORLD
ATO CAA/0074 AC018 AMO046

 

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