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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 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.
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.
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Mt. San Antonio College
About Mt. San Antonio College
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.
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San Joaquin Valley College
Aviation Maintenance Technology
Our AMT program focuses on preparing you for certification as an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Mechanic.
Fresno Aviation Campus
Redstone College - Denver
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
AIM-Lawrenceville, Georgia (Atlanta metro area)
AIM-Dallas, Texas and Houston, Texas
AIM-Kansas City, Missouri
AIM-Virginia Beach, Virginia and Manassas, Virginia (Washington DC metro area)
Broward College Aviation
7200 Pines Blvd.
Miami/Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
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)
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
Both FAA and FCC testing available on campus.
We offer tours for you to get a closer look at our programs.
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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
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.
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.
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:
Orlando/Altamonte Springs, 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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