Through Spartan’s Aviation Maintenance Technology Programs students can pursue a career in several areas of aviation across the global landscape. Upon completing our aircraft maintenance education and receiving your A&P License, there are many career paths and opportunities you can explore.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics', Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, in May 2012, the median annual wage of aircraft mechanics and service technicians was $55,210.
Our Aviation Maintenance Technology program is a great choice for future airplane mechanics. With this program, graduates will receive a diploma that proves their mechanical abilities.
Aerospace organizations are not the only employer group hiring our AMT graduates. The AMT technicians possess many different skill sets that make them attractive to other industries outside of the normal aerospace career fields. A&P certificated technicians are also the highest level of technician when compared to auto, diesel or marine technicians. The skill sets AMT technicians possess include but are not limited to:
Reciprocating and turbine engines
Due to these skill sets A&P technicians have found employment in highly desirable fields outside of aerospace to include:
Oil and Gas
Unmanned Arial Systems