04 Apr 2017

Aviation Electronics

Drone without pilot smlThere’s a growing demand for well-trained, highly-skilled aviation electronics technicians. The FAA’s recent approval of many commercial applications for Unmanned Aviation Vehicles (UAVs) opens new frontiers that are also expanding the demand for electronics technicians. At Spartan you’ll experience aviation electronics from the ground up. You’ll start with the basics, and from there train to troubleshoot, repair, and install aircraft navigation and communications systems, and more. In addition, Spartan’s Aviation Electronics Technology program (AET), is one of the first to specialize in UAVs, taking an electronics approach to on Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).

Graduates of our AET program are qualified to work in a variety of positions and industries ranging from Aerospace, Communications, Simulator Development, Robotics, UAV and beyond. The program is certified by the National Center for Aerospace and Transportation Technologies (NCATT). Graduates are also prepared for Federal Communications Commissions (FCC) and Certified Electronics Technician (CET) certificates and licenses.

To learn more about the Aviation Electronics Technology programs offered at both our Denver and Tulsa campuses, choose a location below.