College of the North Atlantic (CNA) is Newfoundland and Labrador’s public college with a rich history dating back more than 55 years. One of the largest post-secondary educational and skills training institutions in Atlantic Canada, CNA operates 17 campuses across the province and offers more than 100 full-time diploma, post-diploma, advanced diploma and certificate programs. Included in its offerings are programs related to the aircraft industry, which are available at CNA’s Gander campus in central Newfoundland and Labrador. Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technician (AMET) is a two-year diploma program. Students learn safety practices, regulations, ground handling, inspection techniques, aircraft systems and avionics. Practical experience is provided with on-site aircraft. Graduates receive 21-months experience credit to be used towards either the Canadian AME “M” or “E” designation. Upon completing this program, students are eligible to enroll in the Aircraft Maintenance Engineering Technician – Advanced Diploma (EASA). This 15-week program is European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved and includes the EASA-approved exams for the B1.1 license. Aircraft Structural Repair Technician (ASR) is a 10-month diploma program accredited by Transport Canada. Students learn damage assessment, corrosion control practices, repairs and modifications. Graduates are responsible for repairing and maintaining the structure of the aircraft. Upon completion of this program graduates are eligible to receive 10 months of experience credit towards the AME “S” license.