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Aviation Maintenance Technician

College Credits

In this program you can earn college credit!

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Campus/Instructors

Laurel Oaks:  Scot Pembleton
pembletons@greatoaks.com

Career Pathways

FAA-certificated airframe mechanic
Aircraft salesperson
Airline mechanic
General manager

Learn more about a typical career in this field!

Available Certifications

ECSI (Emergency Care & Safety Institute) CPR/First Aid Certification

Federal Aviation Administration Aviation Maintenance Technician General/Airframe License

OSHA 10-hour card

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Related Information

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As an aviation mechanic, it’s your job to make sure every flight is safe and successful.  If planes are your passion, and Button for high school applicationyou are accurate and mechanically-minded, consider the Aviation Maintenance Technician program.

Learn:
  • Ground operation, servicing, maintenance forms and records.
  • Air frame landing gear and hydraulic and pneumatic systems.
  • Communication, navigation, and cabin atmosphere control systems.
  • Airframe inspection.
  • Aircraft instrument, fuel, position, and warning systems.
  • Structures, materials and processes, assembly and rigging.
  • Fluid lines and fittings.

(Note: This is a high school program. For options for adults, click here.)

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