*Boeing: Pilot and Technician Outlook, http://www.boeing.com/commercial/market/pilot-technician-outlook/
This program is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and meets the requirements established in the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14, Part 147. The program is designed to teach students entry-level technical skills in airframe and powerplant. The skills and information taught in the program are applicable to other maintenance industries and professions as well as aviation. Obtaining an A&P certificate is required for aviation industry jobs.
Successful completion of the program qualifies the graduates to take the written, oral and practical tests with the Federal Aviation Administration for the Mechanic’s Certificate with both Airframe and Powerplant Ratings. An Airframe & Powerplant certification, also known as the A&P certificate, is required by those who inspect, maintain, and repair aircrafts. At Spartan College, we can provide you with the hands-on aircraft maintenance training and knowledge needed to prepare for your Federal Aviation Administration A&P exam.
Yes! You will get hands on with a:
You will disassemble an aircraft piston engine, and inspect it, then reassemble it.
You will disassemble turbine engine to the compression section and re-assemble it.
Spartan requires the students to attend 1960 hours of class time:
While no college can guarantee students a job when they graduate, our career services department can assist you in your search and advise on resume & cover letter development, interviewing skills, building social media presence, and on campus recruitment events.
The cost of our Aviation Maintenance Technology program can be found on the 4th page of our Catalog Supplement.