The Aviation Maintenance Technology degrees program offer students a good overview to aviation maintenance as it currently is understood as well as experienced by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) mechanics who are certificate holders with power plant or airframe ratings.
There’s an actual shortage of skilled, and well-qualified technicians in the aviation maintenance technology of the aviation industry, and Spartan graduates are servingto fill the gap. The 2017 Boeing Outlook Report predictions more than 648,000 airline maintenance technicians will be required by 2036. Train to become an aviation electronics technician in as little as 14 months.
Without you we don’t fly
Large companies such as Delta, United, and American recruit straight from Spartan. They have been a leading benefactor of qualitied graduates for over the last 90 years. Their AET program is NCATT qualified and our graduates have probabilities to work for some of the leaders in the aerospace, communication, robotics, and UAV industries.
You don’t need 4 years of training
Choosing the right college is one of the more important decisions you will make in your life. To find out if you and Spartan are a good fit, please fill out the brief form on their website. They will contact you to discuss training options and provide answers to any questions you might have.
As an AET, you have the responsibility for the manufacturing, maintenance, and operation of the electrical systems on an aircraft. This includes radar, communication and avionics systems. The FAA has recently unlocked the door for commercial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) or drones and as a result mandate is building for competent AET’s able to build, program and fly UAVs in applications ranging from military to Hollywood.
They have classes in Tulsa, Denver, Los Angeles and Inland Empire and teach all the information you need to be successful in this career field. Remember that without you, airplanes just don’t fly.