What classes can you take during Aviation Electronics career training?
At Redstone College, our industry-experienced faculty and staff are here to help you earn the knowledge and skills you need to be successful in an Avionics career. Our students learn in a simulated work environment from instructors with real-world experience.
Check out some of the career-focused courses in our Avionics program:
Communication Theory: Explore the use of electronic circuits for the purpose of communication via RF signals which includes AM, FM and Phase Modulation.
Communication and Navigation Systems: The course features material covering VHF, HF, and SatCom forms of communication and aviation navigation systems to include the ILS system components, VOR, and GPS.
Gyroscopes and Autopilot Systems: Study the basic theory of flight, flight controls, gyroscopes and gyroscopic systems, INS/IRS, AHRS, and FMS utilized in modern aircraft Flight Director/Autopilot systems.
Pulse Microwave Systems: Students will learn basic microwave principles and theory as a basis for understanding radar and microwave devices and systems.
DC Electronics: Students will be introduced to the concepts of voltage, current, and resistance, and to components including conductors, semiconductors, insulators, resistors, insulators, and capacitors, along with their characteristics in circuits.
AC Electronics: Explore the concepts of voltage, current, and resistance, and to components including conductors, semiconductors, insulators, resistors, insulators, and capacitors, along with their characteristics in AC circuits.
Solid State Electronics: This course focuses on the study of amplifiers, operational amplifiers, transistors, capacitors, and oscillators; as well as decibel conversions, gain calculations, amplifier construction, transistor configuration, as well as signal injection.
Digital Electronics: This course starts with a discussion of digital concepts, including number conversion, gates, flip/flops and counters.
Complete your Avionics Training in as Little as 15 Months
In our Avionics program, our hands-on approach trains students in the specific skills employers seek in the demanding field of avionics. You’ll be trained in basic electronics, advanced aircraft communication, navigation equipment and their specialized test equipment.
Take off in new Aviation Electronics career at Redstone College in Colorado
You can train in beautiful Colorado and graduate ready to work maintaining complex avionics systems as an avionics, field or bench technician. For more information about Redstone, call 888.547.4037.