Keeping aircraft flying high
Student Alert: It is strongly recommended that students meet with the program manager or program advisor prior to enrollment in professional coursework to ensure proper curriculum sequencing. For more information, please contact David Dagenais, Program Manager, Cecil Center, (904) 317-3821 or David.W.Dagenais@fscj.edu --or-- Pat Conway, Cecil Center (904) 317-3824 or Patricia.h.Conway@fscj.edu
The Aviation Airframe Mechanics Technical Certificate (T.C.) prepares students for entry into the aviation maintenance industry. Aircraft manufacturers and repair facilities are looking for skilled individuals who are able to work with electrical, hydraulic and electronic systems, as well as assemble and repair the sheet metal and composite structure of an aircraft.
Classes are approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and, upon completion, students are eligible to take the FAA written, oral and practical exams for the FAA Mechanic Certification with the Airframe rating.
Certification and Licensing
The Aviation Maintenance Technician General and Airframe courses prepare students for the FAA Airframe certification exams. Both the FAA certificate and this technical certificate articulate into the Aviation Maintenance Management Associate in Science (A.S.) degree.