Explore your options with a career as an airplane mechanic
Skilled mechanics and technicians are crucial to the future of the aviation industry. They help ensure the safety of flight and lend their expertise to countless types of businesses, organizations and individuals who depend on aviation services.
With the programs at our school in Tulsa, OK, Denver, CO, and Los Angeles, CA, students can pursue a career in several areas of aviation across the global landscape. Upon completing our aircraft maintenance or airframe and powerplant 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, 2016-17 Edition, in May 2016, the median annual wage of aircraft mechanics and service technicians was $60,270.
Our Aviation Maintenance Technology or Airframe and Powerplant programs are a great choice for future airplane mechanics. With this program, graduates will receive a diploma or degree that proves their mechanical abilities. In fact, the skills you learn in our aircraft mechanic program can be carried over into other industries, resulting in more career opportunities you can pursue.
To learn more about aviation maintenance careers and how you can get started in the industry, contact Spartan College today.
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