Simpsonville, SC, October 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Leading North American aviation maintenance school, Carolina Aeronautical has announced recently that they have added more courses to their comprehensive catalogue. By increasing the range of available options, the school hopes to provide increasing learning flexibility to students that wish to advance their knowledge within key areas of the aviation field.
One of the latest programs to be added to the company’s course catalogue is the school’s Intro to Basic Avionics course. This new course will teach students everything they need to know about the complex dynamics of aircraft systems. Students will learn from industry-qualified instructors and gain an in-depth understanding that will help them to transition their skills from the classroom to the work environment.
Examples of the content covered in this new course by leading aviation maintenance school Carolina Aeronautical include radio systems and navigation systems. Students will learn how the components within these systems work and how to specific problems related to radar technology and air data systems and sensors. One of the benefits of taking this course ahead of others available within the industry is that it will provide students with a clear understanding on the both how components work within a system and component maintenance. This means that students will leave the Carolina Aeronautical school with a clear advantage over other students entering the field.
To learn more about the superb course options available through Carolina Aeronautical, please contact their administrative department today or visit www.carolina-aero.com for more information.