Maintaining aircraft safety
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 Mechanic Technical Certificate (T.C.) prepares students for entry into the aviation maintenance industry. Commercial and general aviation employers are looking for skilled individuals who are knowledgeable on Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) standards and techniques and have experience with aircraft, avionics and engines through practical training. If you're looking for aviation maintenance schools in Florida, FSCJ has everything you need.
Certification and Licensing
Aviation Mechanic T.C. coursework prepares students for the FAA Mechanic "General" written, oral and practical certificate examinations for the Airframe or Powerplant Mechanic rating. With this rating, you will be qualified for a position as an aviation maintenance technician. Both the FAA certificate and this technical certificate articulate into the Aviation Maintenance Management Associate in Science (A.S.) degree.
The Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) professional courses are FAA-certified and comply with Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 147.
Information Sessions are held the second Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m. at FSCJ Cecil Center. For questions, email email@example.com