Aeronautical

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TTC offers continuing education courses to help those in the aeronautical industry hone their skills while learning more advanced techniques.


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Aeronautical Manufacturing (AMF) Core Skills

In the program, learn about different aircraft types; see demonstrations of sealing principles; understand the use of paperwork, procedures and processes; and grasp the use of engineering process requirements in aerospace manufacturing. The program prepares students to demonstrate a working knowledge of precision measurement instruments, hand-held power tools, fasteners, blueprint reading, and electrical bonding and grounding used in aerospace manufacturing.


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NOTE: If you click on "VIEW COURSE DETAILS" and do not see the class listed, then the course is not currently being offered or it has already reached its capacity and no more seats are available. You can call the registration office at 843.574.6152 and ask to be put on a waiting list.

Aeronautical Manufacturing (AMF) Specialties – Composites Technician

The program introduces the basic materials, tools, vocabulary, and safety practices used in the composites industry. Learn about various composite materials, chemicals, tools and the procedures and processes of fabrication. Also learn proper shop etiquette and cleaning. Through a series of projects, students perform lay-ups using pre-impregnated and dry materials, resins, hot bonders and ovens for curing. Parts are inspected for serviceability and conformity per aeronautical engineering specifications. Prerequisite: Aeronautical Manufacturing (AMF) Core Skills; Work Keys Silver level; and OSHA 10.


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NOTE: If you click on "VIEW COURSE DETAILS" and do not see the class listed, then the course is not currently being offered or it has already reached its capacity and no more seats are available. You can call the registration office at 843.574.6152 and ask to be put on a waiting list.

Aeronautical Manufacturing (AMF) Specialties – Electrical Assembly Technician

The program introduces the basic principles of electrical theory, wiring practices, wire bundle basics, wire bundle fabrication, multi-meter uses, mounting/mating of electrical connectors, wire routing and clamping, fiber optic handling and practical applications, and coaxial cable construction. Students also learn proper shop etiquette and cleaning. Through a series of projects, perform the duties and responsibilities of an electrical assembler working in the aerospace industry. Prerequisite: Aeronautical Manufacturing (AMF) Core Skills or Enhanced Composites Training Program; Work Keys Silver level; and OSHA 10.


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NOTE: If you click on "VIEW COURSE DETAILS" and do not see the class listed, then the course is not currently being offered or it has already reached its capacity and no more seats are available. You can call the registration office at 843.574.6152 and ask to be put on a waiting list.

Enhanced Composites Training Program

Ready to bridge the skills gap between entry-level and professional grade composites technician? This program combines the 180 Skills Aerospace Manufacturing Core Skills Certificate and Aerospace Composites Certificate into one convenient hybrid program that consists of eight weeks of online training and four weeks of in-resident lab work. Students complete 192 hours in the training program and earn 19 CEUs. Successful graduates can earn an independent, nationally recognized certificate.


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NOTE: If you click on "VIEW COURSE DETAILS" and do not see the class listed, then the course is not currently being offered or it has already reached its capacity and no more seats are available. You can call the registration office at 843.574.6152 and ask to be put on a waiting list.

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