Leader of US Aviation Mechanic Schools Carolina Aero Now Offers Intro to Basic Avionics

Simpsonville, SC, July 11, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Carolina Aeronautical, widely considered to be one of the specialists for high level aviation mechanics learning has recently announced that they’ve added a new course to their already comprehensive learning options. The aviation mechanic school’s new Intro to Basic Avionics class is designed for students who have yet to gain experience in the field will ensure a seamless entry into further fields of study and basic field positions.

This 2-week course will offer students a technical and practical introduction to the subject of avionics. It is tailored to the needs of beginner level students within the field and will focus on the functions of avionics systems, supporting technologies within the systems and avionics design considerations. At the culmination of the course, students that have passed will have shown a complete understanding of avionics systems via testing and will have the ability to select the requisite technologies to suit specific avionics functions within an aeronautical environment.

Over the course, students will learn from material that covers a broad range of subjects including cockpit displays and technologies, radar systems, fundamentals of antenna characteristics, air data systems and sensors and radio navigational tools.

For the hopeful aeronautical student, this new course from the team at Carolina Aeronautical could offer seamless entry into a lucrative position within the field.

Those who wish to learn about this latest addition to the Carolina Aeronautical course catalogue may contact the aviation mechanic school’s administration team directly or visit their website at www.carolina-aero.com for more information and further course details.
Carolina Aeronautical
John Gallien