Advanced Aviation Technician Certificate in Applied Science
This program offers Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 14 Part 65 training designed to provide experienced technicians with the skills necessary to pass their written, oral and practical FAA certification exams.
To provide students with the technical, mechanical and academic skills required to become FAA-certified aircraft maintenance technicians. Providing Greenville and surrounding counties, FAA-certified Airframe and Powerplant Technicians.
Department head/APD interview. Students will also need FAA authorization to test for A&P certification (Signed FAA form 8610-2), which involves accumulating a minimum of 30 months documented experience working in aviation, or be a graduate of an FAA-approved part 147 technical training school. A graduation certificate will be required.
Type of Program
Day or evening
General aviation, contract repair facilities and aviation-related maintenance activities
Visit our web page at https://www.gvltec.edu/amt/.
Listed below is the ideal grouping of courses in order by semester. This plan assumes a full-time schedule. Note, however, that many variables can affect this plan, and not every course is offered every semester. Please see your advisor to map out your own personalized progression toward graduation.
Note: Please contact your advisor for recommended evening schedules.
|ACM 265||Introduction to Aircraft Maintenance||3|
|ACM 270||Advanced General A&P Technology||3|
|ACM 271||Advanced Airframe A&P Technology||4|
|ACM 272||Advanced Powerplant A&P Technology||4|
|Total Required Credit Hours||14|