Aviation Maintenance Technician

College Credits

In this program you can earn college credit!

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Laurel Oaks:  Scot Pembleton

Diamond Oaks

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Career Pathways

FAA-certificated airframe mechanic
Aircraft salesperson
Airline mechanic
General manager

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Available Certifications
Federal Aviation Administration Airframe Mechanic
OSHA 10- General Industry
CPR/First Aid

Currently offered; subject to change


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Related Information

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Courses and credentials available in this program

Coming to Diamond Oaks Career Campus in fall 2021!  (Also still available at Laurel Oaks!)




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


  • 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.)

Essential skills and knowledge you’ll need to be successful in this program


Virtual Tour:

Great Oaks Aviation Maintenance 2018

Great Oaks is a Delta partner!  Learn more about career opportunities in the field:

Careers in aviation maintenance

Check out this drone footage of the aviation lab at Laurel Oaks!