There are a few ways you can get involved with GS5. By getting involved, you will be part of an innovative teaching method that will help fulfill vital demand.
Course Content Developer
Contribute expertise and technical competencies to course development.
BoomerTech (Coach/ Mentor)
Provide Coach/Mentor support to students in person, online or both.
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Aircraft Maintenance Course Developer (Competency-based Training)
As part of a curriculum development team, you will be helping to develop learning materials for this occupational training, focused on aircraft maintenance.
Transport Canada ACCEPTED Courses
We are a Transport Canada recognized organisation to deliver the Aircraft Maintenance Technician (AMT), S and the E “Acceptable” programs. What this means to you, the learner:
Recognized as acceptable
Meets the alternative training requirement for the S, E, M1 and M2 rated Aircraft Maintenance Engineer License (AME).
Acceptable Certificate: Certificate of Completion
At the moment, even though we have acceptance from TC, we are in the midst of creating the course content. You can subscribe to our newsletter to be informed when the program becomes available, or check back on the site periodically.
Here are some of the courses available. Check our courses page for a complete list of programs.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does GS5 accept any international student?
Yes, we do!
is there any difference in the tuition fee for international students with the fee listed online?
No, the tuition fees are in Canadian dollars and cover the cost of the course only.
Would it be possible that I could receive some credit recognition base on my previous training experience? Just for your information, I have completed a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering at Australia, plus I have completed a 336-hour Chinese CCAR-147 basic skill training.
A Bachelor’s degree in Aerospace Engineering will assist you by providing underlying knowledge however provides no advantage to the completion of these courses. These courses are designed for maintenance, whereas the aerospace engineering is specific to design and manufacturing.
Aircraft structure technician program. After you complete the program are you eligible to apply for AME Licence.
Once the program is successfully completed, it is one of the requirements for AME licensing. In addition you still require 3 years of experience and a logbook records to demonstrate completion of skills.
How long does the course usually take?
The acceptable S program averages 636 hours online, the acceptable M program averages 1260 hours and the acceptable E program averages 1125 hours.
Transport Canada lists that you offer an AMT course, however I don't see the offering on your website - would it be possible to obtain further details?
We received acceptance from TC in December 2020 for the AMT program… That being said, we are working on creating the program itself which should be available in 2022. I would suggest you sign up on our website so you’ll get notified when the course becomes available.
I saw your school on transport Canada's approved education for avionics I was hoping to get more information. So trying to understand if it's an in-class or distance learning. Thank you
This is distance learning.