Aircraft Composite Structures Worker

OFO No: 653202 

 

What is an Aircraft Composite Structures Worker? 

Aircraft Composite Structures Workers are in demand! 

The job of an Aircraft Composite Structures Worker is to make sure aircraft are in good shape structurally. They are responsible for the physical parts, not the mechanical parts.

What does an Aircraft Composite Structures Worker do?

  • maintain and repair plastic, fibreglass and honeycomb structures on aircraft
  • flight controls
  • spoilers
  • llaps
  • elevators etc
  • inspects damage, repairs and replaces parts
  • read and use manuals
  • complete and keep records

Are you … ?

  • passionate about airplanes?
  • good with your hands?
  • responsible and trustworthy?
  • accurate?
  • a person with good hand-eye co-ordination?

How do I become an Aircraft Composite Structures Worker?

You will require a Trade Qualification in Aircraft Composite Structures or other suitable trade

Minimum requirements: Grade 10 or 12 with English + Mathematics

Places that may offer training/employment:

  • SAAT
  • DENEL
  • Aerosud
  • Private Provider

OTHER CAREERS TO CONSIDER: Fitter & Turner or Automotive Electrician

Is becoming an Aircraft Composite Structures Worker the right career choice for me?

See below for more info.

In Demand Maths Required Qualification Required