Bismarck State College (BSC) will hold a non-credit, introductory avionics course this fall. The two-day workshop, designed to provide an introduction to avionics wiring techniques and troubleshooting skills, is well-suited for A&P licensed Aircraft Technicians and electronics students, as well as hands on aviation enthusiasts.
The 16-hour class will be held October 9-10, in the BSC Technical Center, 1200 College Dr., Bismarck, ND. The $375 course fee includes the instruction, textbook and a sponsored evening meal. This two-day, aviation seminar employs in-depth theory and hands-on lab exercises to immerse the participant in the best practices used to plan, manage, and install a general aviation avionics panel. Participants will learn practical information necessary to identify and install aircraft wiring including soldering, coaxial cable, data bus cables and repair techniques. Participants will also complete lab exercises in a classroom fully equipped with practice materials and the standard tools used in the wiring installation and repair environment.
• wire and cable cutting
• wire and cable preparation
• crimping tools
• BGN-C, TNC and N series connectors
• terminating small and large copper wires
• bonding and grounding using all seven sections
• repairing broken and damaged wires
To learn more or to register contact Bismarck State College at email@example.com or call our office at 701-224-5600. The deadline to register is September 27, 2021.