The Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Category ‘E’ (Electronics) Diploma prepares you to be an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Technician, who are responsible for the servicing, repair and modification of aircraft electronic systems and components. Approximately 50 per cent of your day will be spent on theory in a classroom setting, followed by hands-on practical training in the shops and hangar located at ’s Aerospace Technology Campus. The program is designed to follow national standards and is approved by Transport Canada (TC), and the Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace (CCAA). Completion of the program will result in a work experience credit of 18 months of the 48 months required by Transport Canada toward obtaining an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer Category E license (AME E). Successful graduation from this program will also qualify you for certification by the Canadian Council for Aviation and Aerospace.