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Delphi Round 3

Continuing with the development of a model aviation maintenance training curriculum, this round will consist of establishing the subject area times and credits that will comprise the curriculum. In Round 3 you will first be asked to select whether or not specific subject areas can be combined for the Model AMT curriculum. The titles of subject areas were those agreed upon by the experts. Initially, those combinations include the following subject areas.

Select whether you agree the subject areas can be combined.

(1=agree
2=disagree)

1.       Weight and Balance

      Ground Operations and Servicing

1        2

2.       Aircraft Material, Hardware, and Processes

        Fluid Lines and Fittings

        Cleaning and Corrosion Control

1        2

3.       Maintenance Forms, Records, & Publications

        Human Factors

        Inspection Concepts and Techniques

1        2

4.       Metallic Structures

        Welding

1        2

5.       Non-Metallic Structures

        Aircraft Finishes

1        2

6.       Flight Controls

        Rotorcraft Fundamentals

1        2

7.       Environmental Systems

        Aircraft Fuel Systems

        Ice and Rain Control Systems

        Overheat & Fire Detection, Protection, & Suppression Systems

1        2

8.       Communication/Navigation Systems

        Aircraft Instrument Systems

1        2

9.       Turbine Engines

        Turbine Engine Air Systems

1        2

10.      Lubrication Systems

          Engine Fire Detection and Protection Systems

1        2

11.      Fuel Metering Systems
          Reciprocating Engine Induction & Cooling Systems
          Exhaust and Reverser Systems

1        2

  
Keep in mind when reviewing the subject areas combined above and the AMT Model Curriculum with specific times the following assumptions from the results of Round 1: 
  1. The model AMTS curriculum will consist of 48 credits with no course less than 1 credit.
  2. The curriculum will allow for the delivery of asynchronous distance education.
  3. Common subject areas will be grouped together.
  4. Subject areas will be based primarily upon the FAA Airman Certification Standards (ACS) for General, Airframe, and Powerplant.
  5. Odd numbers will be used to designate lecture courses or lecture/laboratory courses that could be taught total via distance.
  6. Even numbers will be used to designate laboratory courses.
A Sample Model AMT Curriculum can be found in the files below. I have broken down this portion of the survey into three parts, General, Airframe, and Powerplant.  Please indicate if you agree, disagree or if you have other suggestions for the AMT Model Curriculum. Please feel free to modify the curriculum (the file is below - it is in MS Word), email it to me, and I’ll post it for review and/or additional consideration. Subject areas in blue can be taught via asynchronous distance delivery.
Subpages (1): Delphi Round 3 Results
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Fred Dyen,
Feb 16, 2017, 5:44 AM
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Fred Dyen,
Feb 15, 2017, 7:19 AM
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Fred Dyen,
Feb 15, 2017, 7:20 AM
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Fred Dyen,
Feb 15, 2017, 7:20 AM
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