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Mount Royal Collegiate
Inspiring Learning
Aviation Maintenance Orientation Program
AVIATION MAINTENANCE ORIENTATION PROGRAM ADVANTAGE
In this innovative program students learn the theory of flight, basic aircraft design and the purpose of aircraft systems. They have the opportunity to work on rotary wing (helicopters) and fixed wing aircraft (airplanes) in both the school lab and at the John G. Diefenbaker Airport. The focus of the course is to develop superior maintenance practices.
 
Students in the Aviation Maintenance Orientation Program (AMOP) are not required to transfer schools to participate in the program. They will take classes at their home school in the morning and participate in the AMOP program at Mount Royal in the afternoon.
 
DIVERSE COMMUNITY
The AMOP program is open to any student in Grade 11 or 12. Students who are interested in aviation or an alternative mechanics program will enjoy the challenges offered in this class.
 
APPLICATION PROCESS
Applications are available at your school’s Student Services office. You may also contact the Student Services Office at Mount Royal Collegiate at 306.683.7806.
 
HIGHLIGHTS
• Students get an authentic experience working in the aviation industry
• Students work in real-world settings during their 50-hour work placement
• Students get to work on real airplanes and helicopters
 
CREDITS
Aviation Maintenance is a two-credit program
• Aviation Maintenance Orientation 30L
• Career Work Education 20 or 30