Aviation Maintenance - Program Description
Keep America flying! The Aviation Maintenance program teaches students precision aircraft technical skills necessary to become a FAA Certified Airframe and Powerplant Technician.
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Students in this program will learn:
- Repair and maintenance of airframes in accordance with industry standards and FAA regulations
- Sheet metal fabrication
- Aircraft inspection procedures
- Engine performance diagnosis
- Maintenance of aircraft powerplants
- Composite structure repair
Aviation Maintenance Higher Education Options
Two- and four-year technical degrees in aviation technology, aeronautics, or aeronautical engineering. Articulation agreements with four-year colleges,such as the University of New Mexico-Roswell andParks College of St. Louis University, can earn students up to two years college credit toward a bachelor's degree in aviation.
Articulation Agreements with the following institutions:
Aviation Maintenance Career Options
Students who have completed this program are prepared for careers as:
- Airframe and Powerplant Technician
- General Aviation Technician
- Airline Technician
- Line Technician
- Airframe Specialist
- Powerplant Specialist
Aviation Maintenance Industry Credentials
- (FAA) Powerplant Mechanic (12 credits)
- (FAA) Airframe Mechanic (12 credits)
- Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) (1 point)
Aviation Maintenance Industry Organization
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