Charlotte Technical College puts your future in your hands with CTC's Aviation Mechanics 3-credit-hour dual enrollment training course. When you graduate you will:
Be in Demand:
Aircraft technicians are urgently needed. Currently, 30% of the workforce is at or near retirement, and over the next 20 years, Boeing estimates more than 750,000 new aircraft technicians will be needed. This opens great opportunity for you:
Median pay: $64,310 per year / $30.92 per hour
Be in Control:
Graduate with the readiness and confidence of a strong skill set, because at CTC you:
Learn through student-centered, career focused training that includes both traditional classroom instruction and hands-on skill building at a specially equipped training facility at Punta Gorda Airport.
Move through a course sequence carefully designed for effectiveness and speed.
Graduate ready to take the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) license examinations for Airframe and Power Plant ratings at the end of your training.
And the CTC program has been designed not only for timely completion, but also with the goal of total affordability.
Cost for the dual enrollment Aviation Mechanics course:
$757.00 for supplies
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Great return on investment
For non-high school students, this 450-hour program has a cost of $2.92 per credit hour for a total of $1,314. However, by starting as a senior in high school, you won’t pay any of those costs. You are in control of your future, without heavy debt or costs to tie up your finances.
Begin as a high school senior and be ready to take certification exams by the time you graduate!
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