Student Alert: This program is preparing for inactivation with no new student enrollments beginning with the fall term 2019 (2198) pending approval from the College's DBOT and SACSCOC. For more information, please contact Program Manager David Dagenais at (904) 317-3821 or David.W.Dagenais@fscj.edu.
A Workforce Certificate (W.C.) in Aviation Mechanics (FAA Certification) will have you career ready for aircraft mechanic jobs. A qualified aviation maintenance technician is an individual who maintains aircrafts so they are ready for flight. The program, approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, provides hands-on training in aircraft mechanics that will give you the skills you’ll need and at a fraction of the cost of for-profit schools. You’ll be fully prepared to earn the FAA Airframe rating and be ready for a rewarding aviation job in the commercial and general aviation industries.
Our experienced instructors will take you through the structure and rigging, as well as the electrical systems of aircraft. You’ll learn about various aircraft systems including communications and navigation. Instruction consists of academic as well as laboratory training designed to prepare you for the FAA written, oral and practical certificate examinations for the Airframe Mechanic rating. With this rating you will be qualified for aviation jobs as an Aviation Maintenance Technician with the FAA Airframe rating. Whether you need training for your first job, are looking for a different career or already have the FAA Powerplant rating and want to add the airframe rating, this program can provide the training to be proficient in airframe mechanics and airplane maintenance.
Note: It is recommended that students pursue both the Airframe and Powerplant ratings for maximum employment potential.