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Aircraft Maintenance Technology Schools

Aircraft Maintenance Schools today cannot keep up with the demand for licensed aviation mechanics. Now is a great time to become an Aircraft Mechanic. Opportunities are available all over the world. Check out the aviation mechanic schools below and launch your career today.



Cochise College
4190 W. Highway 80
Douglas, AZ 85607
phone: 1-800-966-7943 x4029

Cochise College has a long history of quality education and training in Arizona. The Aviation Department was founded more than 34 years ago and has been providing students from Cochise County, from Arizona and from around the world with outstanding aviation training. Ours is a high-value program and institution, and we take pride in the quality of our aviation education experience - our courses AND our students!

Professional Flight Technology - The Professional Flight Technology (PFT) program prepares the student for a career as a professional pilot. The career opportunities include flight instruction, charter pilot, corporate pilot, mission aviator for mission organizations, or airline pilot to name just a few. Opportunities also exist in various governmental or business applications where flight is adjunct to other duties of the organizations.

Aviation Maintenance Technology - The Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program prepares the student for a career in aircraft maintenance and repair as an airframe and powerplant mechanic (A&P). Career opportunities include general aviation aircraft maintenance, airline aircraft maintenance, and various specializations that are needed within the aviation maintenance industry. It is also a good companion program for those who might be interested in corporate pilot careers or careers in mission flying.

  • Zero time to fully certified airframe and powerplant maintenance technician in only 15 months.

  • Add avionics certification in only 12 additional months.

  • Competitive tuition and fees.

  • You can earn an AMT associate’s degree or an AMT certificate.

Avionics Technology - The Avionics Technology (AVT) program prepares the student for a career working on the advanced radio, electronics, and related aircraft instrumentation systems in the aircraft industry. As the systems used in aircraft become more oriented to the advanced technologies, such as fly-by-wire systems, the demand for avionics technicians continues to increase. When combined with the AMT program, a fully qualified technician is able to work on multiple systems for their future employers.

Cochise College offers the BEST VALUE in an Aviation
Maintenance Training program for those that are serious about
an aviation career.


Mt. San Antonio College
1100 N. Grand Avenue
Walnut, CA 91789
phone: (909) 594-5611 ext:
fax: (909) 468-3938

About Mt. San Antonio College
Mt. San Antonio College (Mt. SAC) is a public community college which offers a diversified program designed to develop qualities of general education essential for citizens in a democratic society. The objectives of the education program are to prepare students for transfer to baccalaureate level colleges and universities, to increase vocational competence culminating in usable and marketable occupational skills, to provide a general education emphasizing basic skills and appreciations, to promote continuing education and lifelong learning, to assist the student through guidance to know and develop his/her abilities in relation to his/her potential, and to provide community service and adult education.

The College offers courses of study through a semester system. Each semester, Fall and Spring, are 18 weeks in length. Summer sessions vary in length, ranging from 6 weeks to 12 weeks. Many courses are offered in an accelerated mode.

Instruction at Mt. San Antonio College is organized under a divisional structure with departments within each division. At present, the College has six (6) instructional divisions within which there are 36 departments.

The Aircraft Maintenance Technology Program
Mt. San Antonio College helps fill the needs for properly trained and certified aircraft maintenance technicians through a certificate program which may be combined with an associate degree. The students at the completion of our program may be tested on campus at our Sylvan test center by a representative of the Federal Aviation Administration.  Upon successful completion, an airframe and power plant technicians licensees awarded, and is good for life.

What are aircraft maintenance technicians?
Aircraft technicians are licensed by the FAA to perform maintenance and repair on any aircraft regardless of type.  Across the nation, a licensed technician earns an average salary from $25,000 to $55,000 a year. Those who are employed by major air carriers will be nearer the top of the wage scale along with great benefits such as low cost world travel. Other employers a successful graduate may find are: airlines of all sizes, small corporate air taxi services, overhaul shops for airframes, power plants, or components, even airships. Self employment is also popular with some graduates who choose to open their own shops.

Future Trends / Career Outlook
Multiple recent airline merges have formed larger corporations. This, along with recently legislated reform, has lead to increased aircraft production. The statute of repose, limiting product liability past ten years, enabled Cessna Aircraft and others to again produce light airplanes. Ground traffic congestion and gridlock is increasing business travel and air travel in general is increasing exponentially.  Most large corporations such as Kellogg’s, Disney, and Apple Computers own their own aircraft with salaried pilots, technicians, and ground service personnel.  With these trends in mind, aircraft maintenance technicians should be in increasing demand.

San Joaquin Valley College Fresno
Fresno Aviation Campus
4985 E. Andersen Ave.
Fresno, CA 93727

Aviation Maintenance Technology
Take off with an exciting career choice

Program Highlights
San Joaquin Valley College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program gives you the skills and technical knowledge to perform aircraft, airframe and powerplant overhaul. Hands-on training in the hangar includes maintenance, servicing, troubleshooting and repair of powerplant systems and components.


  • Aircraft engine repair
  • Airframe repair
  • Assemble / disassemble parts
  • Propeller & engine systems
  • Basic electricity & electronics
  • Turbine/jet engine systems
  • Fuel metering systems
  • Sheet metal structures

Our AMT program focuses on preparing you for certification as an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanic.

Career Opportunities
Graduates can expect to work for airlines, commuter and corporate air fleets, airfreight companies, as well as in specialized areas such as aviation inspection positions with the Federal Aviation Administration.

Certifications Earned
Graduates earn an Associate of Science degree and are prepared to test for an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) license through the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Special Accreditation
San Joaquin Valley College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology program is accredited by the Federal Aviation Administration and is Veteran approved.

Fresno Aviation Campus
The Fresno Aviation Campus, founded in 1991, was the fourth of six San Joaquin Valley College campuses. Located in the heart of the San Joaquin Valley, the specialized aviation campus serves students and employers in the aviation maintenance industry throughout the Western United States.


Redstone College - Denver Campus
10851 West 120th Ave.
Broomfield, CO 80021

Jet Power your Future. Become an Airframe and Powerplant Technician.
If you’re looking for an in-demand career path that let’s you work with your hands, consider becoming an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Technician. A&Ps are certified by the Federal Aviation Administration and work for airlines, aircraft manufacturers, general aviation, and aerospace companies.

A&Ps get trained to service, repair and overhaul aircraft components and systems including the airframe, piston engines, turbine engines, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, propellers, rigging, control surfaces, instrumentation, warning systems, and enviornmental systems.

As a graduate from Redstone College’s Airframe and Powerplant program, you’ll be qualified for any entry-level A&P position in the aviation industry. From there, the sky’s the limit.

A&Ps enjoy opportunites for advancement and the chance to work almost anywhere in the United State. Experienced A&Ps with advanced rating and administrative ability can be selected for supervisory and executive postitions. Others can become designated FAA inspectors.

Redstone’s Airframe & Powerplant Program:
We make sure our curriculum gives you the skills that industry wants. To develop our programs, we have advisory boards with representatives from major airlines, aircraft manufacturers and aircraft and powerplant maintenance companies to stay current with the latest industry needs.

Show Us Your Drive. Find Out More.
For more about the benefits of a Redstone education, our campus locations, programs, and financial aid options, contact us by requesting more information.

Turbo Charged Topics.
Here are a few of the great subject areas you’ll learn and get your hands dirty on here:

• Aviation Science
• Aircraft Electricity
• Aviation Maintenance
• Aircraft Systems
• Reciprocating Engines
• Turbine Engine Theory & Operation
• Propeller Systems

Get Your Hands on Heavy Metal.
Once you’ve paid your tuition, you’ll receive an extensive tool kit. You’ll use your tools in our lab/shop and ramp areas which have several aircraft for excellent hands-on training. We have operational reciprocating engines and reciprocating and turbine engine run stands, all for you take apart, inspect and reassemble.

Ready for Take-Off?
Our program helps you prepare for the FCC certification exams. The exam fee is even covered in you tuition (first time only).

Turn the Ignition on an Exciting Career. Become an Avionics Technician
If you like aviation and are looking for a skilled trade that is in demand, Avionics may be the perfect career path for you. Today’s commercial and civil aircraft rely on sophisticated electronic components and systems. Communications and navigation systems, flight management computers, digital instrumentation, GPS, weather radar systems, and heads-up dispay (HUD) systems are all highly specialized, requiring skilled professionals for efficient installation, troubleshooting, and maintenance.

As a result, there is demand for qualified technicians to work with and repair these advanced electronics and avionics systems. But breaking into this demanding field takes more than desire - it takes an education.

Redstone’s Advanced Electronics Technology (Avionics) Program. (Denver Campus Only)
Our Advanced Electronics Technology program first covers basic electronics theory then advances to a hands-on focus on Avionics Systems. It includes 2,100 hours of classroom and laboratory training that teaches you how to troubleshoot and repair communications systems, navigation systems, autopilot, collision avoidance systems, and more.

Real Equipment. Real Skills

  • Receive an extensive tool kit with your tuition
  • Use equipment from Hewlett Packard, Honeywell, Collins, Pace
  • Work on trainers from Heath/Zenith, Lab Volt, Hitachi, PDI, BK
  • Use a full-sized Boeing 727 cock-pit

The Skills to Launch Your Career
Our programs offer you industry expertise and connections so you can make a secure living doing what you like to do. It helps prepare you to get an entry-level position in the industry and take the FAA certification exam in under 18 months. Many of your hands-on classes will take place in simulated work environments, so you get the skills and experience you need to help attract employers - and succeed.

Redstone College - Denver (Broomfield, CO) is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges of Technology (ACCSCT). Redstone College - Los Angeles (Inglewood, CA) is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE).


Aviation Institute of Maintenance
Orlando, FL

If you’re looking for a high-flying career in aviation maintenance, AIM is where it all begins. Over the years, we’ve become one of the most prestigious institutions of our kind in the United States. Today we offer one of the country’s most comprehensive Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) programs - a program that is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and respected throughout the industry. Whether you are graduating high school, exiting the military or simply looking for a better career, aviation maintenance offers an opportunity like none other.

Aviation Institute of Maintenance students are able to pursue their education and career goals surrounded by the aviation industry in which they will work. By locating our classrooms and shop hangar on airports, AIM-Orlando students are immersed in a total aviation environment, working hands-on with turbine and piston engines, airframes, and aircraft.

Programs Offered At AIM Orlando
AIM-Orlando offers an FAA approved, Part 147, Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) program which qualifies graduates to become certified Airframe and Powerplant mechanics.

Student Life at AIM-Orlando
AIM-Orlando’s AMT program is designed to assist students to prepare for entry level employment in aviation and aviation related fields. By attending day or evening classes, students can develop the technical knowledge and skills required to pass FAA exams and secure employment throughout the world. AIM instructors are certified mechanics with extensive experience working on general aviation, commercial and military aircraft. The curriculum involves sufficient classroom time devoted to learning the basics and hours of hands on training in the shop. Students are trained to service, repair and troubleshoot aircraft components and systems including the airframe, propellers, instrumentation, piston engines, turbine engines, electrical, hydraulic, warning, and environmental systems. AIM-Orlando graduates are well qualified to take the FAA license tests and to secure well paid positions with major and regional airlines.

Nine AIM campuses available to help you launch your new career.

AIM-Lawrenceville, Georgia (Atlanta metro area)

AIM-Dallas, Texas and Houston, Texas

AIM-Indianapolis, Indiana

AIM-Kansas City, Missouri

AIM-Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

AIM-Virginia Beach, Virginia and Manassas, Virginia (Washington DC metro area)

AIM-Orlando, Florida

Broward College Aviation Institute
7200 Pines Blvd.
Building 99
Miami/Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
phone: 1-800-839-6183
fax: (954) 201-8088

Become a licensed Aircraft Maintenance Technician at Broward College

Maintenance technicians are responsible for keeping the nation’s airplanes flying, and they are among the best paid jobs in the industry. Broward College’s aviation maintenance technology program gives the student the confidence to become a highly qualified technician in the competitive marketplace of aviation maintenance, and as a graduate from our certificated Airframe and Power Plant program, the student will be qualified for any entry-level position. Graduates will have a thorough working knowledge of all basic structural design and system functions of aircraft. From there, the sky’s the limit.

Certificates and Degrees available at Broward College Aviation Institute


• FAA Airframe Technician Certificate
• FAA Power Plant Technician Certificate
• FCC Avionics Certificate


• AAS College degree. After completing the A & P license, students can obtain an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Aviation Maintenance Management. Students must complete 23 additional college credit hours.

Internships at Broward College

96% of our students get employed even before they finish our courses.

• Hamilton Sundstrand Worldwide Repair (Miramar)
• Ultimate Aircraft Composites (Fort Lauderdale)
• Complete Turbine Service (Fort Lauderdale)
• Banyan Air Service (Fort Lauderdale)

Flexible Schedule

This is a rigorous program and hours are mandated by the FAA

• Classes offered throughout the year Fall, Spring, and Summer terms
• Full time and part time classes offered
• Morning or evening classes available

On-site testing

Both FAA and FCC testing available on campus.

Competitive prices

We offer tours for you to get a closer look at our programs.

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
600 S. Clyde Morris Blvd.
Daytona Beach, FL 32114
phone: (877) 904-3746
fax: (386) 226-6778

Aviation Maintenance Technology Program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Get Certified in Sixteen
Months of Training

The Aviation Maintenance Technology Program is a longstanding part of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, America’s most respected institution for aviation and aerospace studies. At Embry-Riddle’s state-of-the-art facilities in Daytona Beach, Florida, AMT students take their training in the ultimate learning environment for aviation’s most sought-after specializations, and enter the job market with certifications from the most highly regarded university in the industry.

Programs Offered
1. Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) Technician certification is a 16-month, FAA-approved learning intensive combining classroom theory with hands-on experience.

Eight terms focus on the general, airframe, and powerplant requirements of the FAA’s regulations.

You’ll get the training you need to qualify for the FAA’s Aviation Maintenance Technician certificate with airframe and powerplant ratings.

You may also continue your education in one of Embry-Riddle’s undergraduate degree programs and receive up to 36 credits for your A&P certification. The A & P program at Embry-Riddle is among the leading aviation maintenance programs on the planet.

2. Avionics Line Maintenance (ALM) Technician certification is achieved through 400+ hours of instruction in addition to the A & P Certificate. Learn the skills necessary to return or alter aircraft to a flight status. Whether you already have your Airframe & Powerplant certificate or plan to obtain it at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, you have an opportunity to continue your education with Avionics Line Maintenance Specialization (ALM).

In this four-month certificate program, you’ll learn aircraft electronics (avionics) system installation, wiring concepts, line troubleshooting of avionics aircraft problems and prepare to test for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) license.

Building upon electrical and electronics training received in the A&P program, you will learn the theories and concepts needed to pass the FCC Radiotelephone Operator License test.

Why ALM?
Embry-Riddle’s ALM program was designed specifically to provide what the industry needs - aviation maintenance technicians with the knowledge and skills to solve any problem found on modern aircraft.

Applicants with experience on the flight line are often put at the top of the list for employment consideration. Airlines offer higher wages to avionics technicians with an FCC license.

This program is available to all aviation maintenance professionals with an A&P certificate.

Use Your Brain, Work with Your Hands
Imagine having the freedom to do what you love every day. We’re talking about servicing, repairing, and overhauling aircraft. And you’ll be paid well for it. Welcome to the prestigious profession of aviation maintenance.

Learn From the Best in the Business
Receiving your Aviation Maintenance Technician certification from Embry-Riddle offers significant advantages over other aviation maintenance schools:

  • Instructors stay at the leading edge of changes in the industry, as they are required to continually update their training
  • Small class sizes allow for personal attention and more successful learning
  • Our state-of-the-art labs and multimedia presentations enhance your classroom experience
  • On-site tutoring is available from highly-skilled laboratory instruction specialists
  • AMT coursework counts toward a four-year degree from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Everglades University
Orlando/Altamonte Springs, FL

Everglades University
Sarasota, FL

Discover Your Future!

Everglades University offers graduate and undergraduate degree programs that will prepare students to enter and advance in their desired fields of study.

We offer Bachelor’s Degree programs in:
* Aviation Management
* Aviation Technology
* Professional Aviation

We also offer Master’s Degree programs in:
* Aviation Science

See what focused classes can do for you.

At Everglades University, undergraduate students take just one class at a time so they can concentrate on one subject. Graduate students take two classes at a time over a two month time period. And small classes allow students to receive individualized attention.

Take advantage of our convenient class schedules that allow students to work full-time or part-time while completing their degree.* All faculty members have industry experience and hold a Master’s or Doctoral degree in their discipline. Financial aid is available to those who qualify.

Find the right degree program to help enhance your future.

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