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Aviation Maintenance Technology (High School)

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High school juniors only

Inspect and perform maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration of aircraft and aircraft systems. You’ll graduate with the skills and experience required to pass the Airframe Mechanic and the Powerplant Mechanic exams administered by the FAA. MNTC’s Aviation Maintenance Technology program is certified under Part 147 of the Federal Aviation Regulations and offers FAA-approved and supervised curriculum.

Program highlights
  • Conduct pre-flight inspections, engine start-ups, and taxi aircraft as a key part of ground operations
  • Perform hands-on routine maintenance, preventive maintenance, and alteration of aircraft and aircraft systems
  • Inspect, repair, and overhaul airframe and powerplant components
Career Focus
Prepared for immediate employment, advanced certifications, and further education
Certifications    |   Work-based Experiences   |   National Competitions


Program Details

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Step Two: Watch Informational Video

This video is intended to provide you insight into the expectations and commitment to this program. Watch this video to help you make an informed decision before applying for this program.

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Justin Benard with title
Austin Beard Aviation Maintenance Technology Instructor
Dillon Worley

Steps to Apply

Completion of the application does not constitute admission to Moore Norman Technology Center. All applicants will receive written notification once the status of their application has been determined.

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