• Registration Deadline: July 22, 2024

    Next Start Date: July 23, 2024 

  • Program Content

    This program prepares students for employment or advanced training in the commercial and general aviation industry.  Instruction is designed to prepare students for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) license examinations for Powerplant ratings.  

    The Aviation Maintenance Powerplant Technician 1 course is designed to build on the skills and knowledge students learned in the Aviation Maintenance General Technician course.  Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional aviation mechanic.  Students study reciprocating engines, turbine engines, fuel, induction, exhaust, ignition, electrical, starting, lubrication and cooling systems.

    The Aviation Maintenance Powerplant Technician 2 course is designed to build on the skills and knowledge students learned in the Aviation Maintenance Powerplant Technician 1 course.  Students explore career opportunities and requirements of a professional aviation mechanic.  Students study propellers, engine removal and replacement, fire protection systems and engine maintenance and operation.  Employability skills and entrepreneurship are included with potential externships after 70% program completion.

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