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WHAT IS THE AIRFRAME TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM?

The Airframe Technology program provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to take the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) written, oral, and practical examinations required for certification as an aviation maintenance technician with an airframe endorsement. FAA certification is normally required to begin a career as an aviation maintenance technician.

These technicians are in high demand by regional and national commercial airlines, in general aviation, and in support of the military and other governmental agencies that use aircraft across the globe. Airframe Technology instruction is approved by the FAA and is divided between classroom theory and hands-on laboratory work. Students use a variety of training aids and actual aircraft and aircraft systems to develop manipulative skills and technical competencies.

HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE TO COMPLETE?
Approximately one year or four full-time semesters.

WHAT WILL I EARN AT THE AAC?
FAA Airframe Mechanics certification

WHAT CAREER OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE?
Examples of career options are to become an Aircraft Mechanic, Airframe Maintenance Technician, Aircraft Maintenance Inspector, or an Aircraft Assembler.

WHERE IS AAC LOCATED?
24 Aviation Way
Albertville, AL 35950
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WHO DO I CONTACT?
Dan Owen, Director
(256) 279-0940
dowen@escc.edu

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