AVIATION AIRFRAME MECHANICS – T640300 • The Aircraft Airframe Mechanics and Aircraft Powerplant Mechanics (A&P) programs offer a vast array of career opportunities ranging from general aviation to commercial aviation; from aircraft or component manufacturers to aircraft repair and overhaul at both domestic and foreign fixed base operations. This program consists of two programs offered concomitantly with one common core and four additional courses. The program employs rolling admissions that allows students the freedom to begin at identified courses with students completing only after all 5 courses are successfully accomplished. The student will be prepared for the Federal Aviation Administration Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Certification.
|COURSE CODE||COURSE TITLE||HOURS|
|AMT0700||Aviation General Maintenance Helper||480|
|AMT0710||Aviation Maintenance Technician with FAA Airframe Rating – 1 of 2||480|
|AMT0711||Aviation Maintenance Technician with FAA Airframe Rating – 2 of 2||480|
AVIATION AIRFRAME MECHANICS – T640300
$26.55 hourly, $55,210 annual
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• FAA Airframe Mechanic
Program Length: 1,440 hours
FALL & SPRING HOURS:
M – F, 7:15 a.m. – 1:45 p.m.
Hours may vary
Students must take the Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE). In lieu of the TABE test, applicants who possess a college degree at the associate in applied science level or higher may submit proof of a U.S. college degree from a regionally accredited institution.
1. Meet with an advisor to discuss career programs.
2. Complete an application, and pay a $30.00 non-refundable application fee. The application fee is valid for one year.
3. Complete Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) test if required.
• Students who self-identify with a disability will be referred to Specialized Student Services.