Aviation maintenance specialists are critical to keeping planes safe and ready to fly. This curriculum prepares you for FAA certification, which permits you to examine and service civil aircraft registered in the United States. You'll learn how to examine, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain aircraft structures and engines through hands-on instruction. You'll also learn how to read technical drawings and diagrams, as well as the specifics of maintenance documentation, recordkeeping, and certification. This profession necessitates a high level of honesty and ethics.
Aviation Maintenance Technician Airline Technician Aircraft Inspector Corporate/General Aviation Technician
Admission to this program requires either an academic skills evaluation or one of the following: GPA of 2.75 or better in high school (past 10 years) OR completion of an associate's or higher degree OR a score of 165 or higher on the 2014 series GED exams OR; ACT, SAT, Accuplacer, Companion, or Compass (within the last three years) to waive into the general education level; The Accuplacer assessment costs $15; the catalog number is 94100100; more information is available at www.fvtc.edu/Assessment.
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We make it simple to transfer your credits whether you're a new student, transferring to another two-year college, or earning your bachelor's degree. We have credit transfer agreements with over 65 two- and four-year colleges and are fully accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.
Many students transfer to Fox Valley Tech using credits acquired throughout their high school years or at other institutions and universities. It's also feasible to get credit for information and abilities you've previously mastered in your field.
Do you plan to pursue a four-year degree? Start here to save time and money. At Fox Valley Tech, you can get an associate's degree and then use your credits toward a bachelor's degree. Alternatively, you can transfer your credits to other two-year colleges with ease.
Obtain an Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic Certificate from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).
Follow the rules and regulations set forth by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for Airframe and Powerplant Technicians.
Demonstrate permitted and/or acceptable techniques of maintenance, preventative maintenance, and adjustments to aircraft airframes, powerplants, and appliances as determined by the FAA and manufacturers.
Determine the proper diagnosis, inspection, and repair procedures for aircraft, engines, and components.
When working on or around aircraft, demonstrate proper safety precautions.
This program is certified and managed under the Department of Transportation's Federal Aviation Administration Regulation Part 147 approval standards. You will be eligible for federal testing and certification as an FAA-rated airframe and powerplant mechanic if you complete the program successfully. In 2017-18, FVTC graduates achieved a 100% pass rate. To take the examinations, you must be at least 18 years old.
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