A Composite fitter is in charge of fitting, assembling and controlling the composite parts.
The adjustment consists of routing, fitting and drilling elementary parts before assembly.
During assembly, the fitter uses cementing or riveting technologies.
The composite is going to have an important place in the aircraft industry (more than 40% of an aircraft is made from composite material). Moreover, material technologies are evolving all the time, which makes fitter an interesting job for the future.
The mastering of short delivery times requires the mastering of a specialist know-how that is directly linked to our training politic.
- Work mainly occurs in the workshop but can require work off-site.
- The company’s organisation can sometimes imply shifts of 2x8 hours a day or 3x8 hours a day, etc
- A composite fitter requires the same skills as a metallic fitter.
- He must be skilful, meticulous, accurate and neat.
- He must know how to read and to interpret aeronautical plans, technical documents and aerospace nomenclature.
- French CAP, BEP, CFPA specialised in mechanics
- French BAC specialised in plastic and composite materials