This certificate reflects the completion of foundational training at a breadth and depth that will support future success in aerospace studies, especially aircraft maintenance. The knowledge gained by completing this set of courses equates to the general-category requirements identified by the federal aviation administration (FAA) and published in 14 CFR part 147 appendix B or subsequent updates to the category. Separate timekeeping records that may satisfy other FAA requirements are maintained at the NIC Aerospace Center.
Aerospace Center of Excellence
1845 West Dakota Avenue
Hayden, ID 83858
Phone: (208) 769-7802
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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.
- Explain the physics of flight.
- Demonstrate knowledge of basic electrical concepts.
- Apply mathematics in an aviation maintenance context.
- Demonstrate safe work habits and pride in workmanship as expected in the aerospace industry.
- Define or describe the historical, environmental, and ethical importance of FAA regulations and requirements as they pertain to aircraft maintenance.