This program prepares students for entry-level employment in aerospace technology general maintenance mechanical fields. The curriculum fulfills the FAA requirements for lecture and lab hours needed prior to taking the FAA General licensing exam. Students will receive the knowledge and skills necessary to work in various phases of aviation industries. Students will receive hands-on instruction from qualified instructors in a lab setting approved by the FAA as a CFR part 147 school.
Aerospace Center of Excellence
1845 West Dakota Avenue
Hayden, ID 83858
Phone: (208) 625-2344
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- WICHE Passport
- AAS Institutionally Designated
Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate and apply technical problem solving and critical thinking required in the aviation maintenance field.
- Apply industry required technical skills while using appropriate reference material.
- Properly inspect and check airplane components.
- Apply mathematics in an aviation maintenance context.
- Demonstrate safe work habits, pride in workmanship, and communication skills expected in the aerospace industry.
- Demonstrate that they are prepared for the FAA aviation maintenance technician examination in the General subject category.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the historical, environmental, and ethical importance of FAA regulations and requirements as they pertain to aviation maintenance.