Aviation Maintenance Technician

Program Information Sheet

Description

  • Learn to service, repair, and overhaul aircraft, aircraft parts, and engines to ensure safe and dependable performance 
  • Partnership with Delta Airlines provides access to Delta equipment for instruction and broadens students’ access to Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) careers available within the global aviation industry 
  • Partnership with PSA Airlines

Program Instructor - Mr. Ryan Bruss and Mr. Jarrett Walters

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Curriculum Plan Career Tech courses you will be taking along with college credits and certifications available.

Suggested Skills For Success

Certifications Opportunity to earn the following certifications in this program.

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Testimonials

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"Ali earned her the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe Mechanic and Power Plant Mechanic Certifications while attending MVCTC. She also had enough college credits earned through MVCTC to earn an Associates Degree of Applied Science, Aviation Maintenance Technology with honors from Eastern New Mexico University in Roswell. After graduating, Alexandria went on to earn her Bachelors of Science, Aerospace Engineering, Concentration: Astronautics-Cum Laude California Polytechnic State University."

Alexandria Pompeii
Northmont
employed as a USRA Contractor for the NASA Airborne Sensor Facility working as an Electrical Engineer based at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Center in California