Aviation Tech

 

Aviation Technology All students taking Aviation courses are local Skills /USA members. High Skill, High Demand, High Wage Job Opportunities.

Aviation I #5702-2 (Transportation Core for Aviation)

Grades: 9-12 Credits: 1

This course prepares students for entry into ail subsequent Aviation and transportation courses. Content emphasizes beginning Aviation service skills, career opportunities, and paths within the aviation industry It is the beginning course for aviation technology concentrators and begins the journey with flight training and simulation equipment. 

Aviation II #5719 (Introduction to Aerospace)

Grades: 10-12 Credits: 1

Prerequisite: Aviation I -Transportation Core #5702-2

This course is the second in a sequence and guides students through an exploration of the history of aviation and flight instruction. Students are introduced to the principles of aeronautical decision-making, airplane systems, and aerodynamics in preparation for the course Theory of flight. The advanced applied science, math and physics within the curriculum are an effective knowledge builder for all students. Students will also attend aviation related field trips. 

Aviation III #5720 (Theory of Flight)

Grades: 10-12 Credits: 1

Prerequisite: Aviation II

This is the finishing course in the sequence and continues to complete the academic skills and sciences previously established. The advanced, applied science, math and physics and high order thinking within the curriculum is an effective knowledge builder for all students Students are challenged to, and can complete, preparations for FAA ground school certification.