Topic outline


    Curriculum on Basic Composite Repair Technician EQF-3

    • This curriculum is designed to meet the needs of a wide range of technician in the field of composite repair.
    • This developed curriculum identifies the required knowledge and skills of a composite structure repair for level EQF 3 according to EU standards.
    • These training program is a short individual training course.
    • In the proposal curriculum developed, learning units are selected and syllabuses are developed.

    • Qualification

      Basic Composite repair
      Description:  Inspects, repairs basic damaged composite structures according to guided instructions using hands and power tools, specialized equipment and materials
      • Pre-requisites

        • Regarding to Flight mechanic B1 courseStudents who are aiming at holding an aircraft maintenance “B1” license, should complete primary school with 9 or 10 class or equivalent.

        • It means, the basic knowledge in the following disciplines: mathematic level C, physics level C, and English level D and Danish level E is acquired, when entering the main course, which starts after 20-40 basic VET training at school.
        • Further training Course/For general Trainees: Basic knowledge and experience in structure repair works (or sheetmetal work).

        • Prior composite materials experience or training equivalent should be considered. Evaluation of prior education can be accomplished by examination of school transcripts, and/or by review of the training received through approved training providers.
        • Training duration

          The training curriculum is divided into 4 units

          Training duration: about 42 hours during 6 days

          Total hours: about 42 hours

          • Classroom hours: 18.25 hours
          • Practical hours: 21.5 hours
          • Assessment hours: 2.25 hours
          • ASSESSMENT

            Total assessment duration: 2,25 hours.

            • Unit-1 assessment 15 minutes
            • Unit-2 assessment:  30 minutes
            • Unit-3 assessment:  30 minutes
            • Unit-4 assessment:  60 minutes

            Final assessment:  A final assessment is a sum of 4 units assessment

            The assessment may be an open-book test consisting of questions that cover the knowledge of composite repair methods, materials, and procedures, and take in consideration the specific composite structures application.

            Grading: Trainee must have at least a 75 % overall average to pass the course.