California aircraft maintenance schools
Featured aircraft maintenance schools in California
|San Joaquin Valley College AMT Program - Fresno, California|
SJVC Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program prepares you with the skills and technical knowledge needed to work on aircraft airframe and power-plant.
|Aviation Institute of Maintenance - Oakland, California|
If you're looking for a high-flying career in aviation maintenance AIM is where it all begins. Over the years, we've become one of the most prestigious institutions of our kind in the United States. Today we offer one of the country's most comprehensive Aviation Maintenance Technician (AMT) programs - a program that is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and respected throughout the industry.
More aircraft maintenance schools in California
|College of Alameda|
555 Atlantic Ave.
Alameda, CA 94605
|The Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) Program is an intensive evening program that students can complete while working during the day. Classes are scheduled in nine-week blocks, five days a week from 4:30pm to 10:30pm (holidays excluded). The coursework can be completed in two years as a full-time student, or you can attend part-time and take courses as your personal schedule allows. The AMT program is located in a well-equipped facility adjacent to the Oakland International Airport and provides an opportunity for students to gain the skills needed to work in a number of A&P careers.|
|Orange Coast College|
2701 Fairview Rd.
Costa Mesa, CA 92628
|This program provides students with the technical skills and systems analysis necessary for entry-level positions as Airframe and Powerplant Certificated Mechanics in the aviation industry, such as airframe inspection, powerplant inspection, maintenance, and return-to-flight status of all types of U.S. Certificated aircraft. Trained technicians are also successful in related fields of aircraft manufacturing, electronics, hydraulics, pneumatics, welding, sheet metal, quality control, civil and military defense. Additionally, students who have followed this program may earn an engineering degree at any one of several four-year institutions.|
|West Los Angeles College|
9000 Overland Avenue
Culver City, CA 90230
|This dynamic program is conducted in the most up-to-date facilities available for college aviation training in the region, if not the country. Graduates of the WLAC Airframe and Power Plant Programs have achieved their FAA license certification and successfully garnered high paying, professional aviation maintenance jobs with all levels of airlines and independent companies providing contract maintenance. Currently, the WLAC Aviation Program is undergoing changes that influence the manner in which instruction is provided. Due to fiscal constraints, low-enrolled day classes have been discontinued. This allows enrolling students to register for evening-only class sections that are assured to be conducted.|
|San Joaquin Valley College|
4985 E. Andersen Ave.
Fresno, CA 93727
|San Joaquin Valley College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program prepares students with the skills and technical knowledge they need to perform maintenance on aircraft airframe (body) and powerplant (engine). In addition to classroom instruction, hands-on training in the hangar includes maintenance, servicing, troubleshooting, and repair of airframe and powerplant systems and components.|
|X-Planes Aviation LLC|
183 W. Omaha Ave.
Fresno, CA 93711
|X-Planes Aviation is an independent aviation maintenance training company providing Boeing and Airbus type training courses ( Airframe, Powerplant and Avionics ) to airlines, aircraft maintenance organizations or qualified independent aviation maintenance technicians/engineers.|
5055 Santa Teresa Blvd.
Gilroy, CA 95050
|Train for a career in Aviation Maintenance at Gavilan College - Students seeking careers in Aviation Maintenance Technology can apply now for fall admission to the Gavilan College Aviation Maintenance program. The aviation program is accredited by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and leads to a Certificate of Achievement (42-43 units) or an Associate of Science degree (70 units) for completion of the two-year program. The FAA requires a minimum of 1,150 hours of instruction, which will include both academic study and shop experience, to qualify for either an airframe license or a powerplant license. 1,900 hours are required to qualify for both, and students must pass the FAA Mechanics Examination to receive a license. Skills taught in this program also prepare graduates fro employment in fields such as welding, sheet metal, electrical systems, hydraulics, fuel systems, and automotive repair.|
|Crimson Technical College|
8911 Aviation Blvd
Inglewood, CA 90301
|At Crimson Technical College, we offer quality education in Aviation Maintenance to students from around the world. Our Airframe and Powerplant Technician Program enables our graduates to sit for the FAA A&P Certification Exam.|
|Antelope Valley Community College|
3041 West Avenue K
Lancaster, CA 93536
|The Airframe and Powerplant Technician Program consists of three components—general aircraft maintenance, aircraft airframe and aircraft powerplant—designed for those seeking to take exams for an airframe and powerplant license. If you are detail-oriented and understand that the safety of others depends on the quality of your work, then you may be suited for an exciting career as a technician! Antelope Valley College is one of the few community colleges in the United States offering composites fabrication and repair. This Airframe and Powerplant Technician Program is certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).|
|Long Beach City College|
Aviation Maintenance Department
1305 East Pacific Coast Highway
Long Beach, CA 90806
|Our 2 year Aircraft Maintenance Technician Program is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under CFR 14 FAR Part 147. Currently, there are four periods of open enrollment (January, March, August, & October). Please feel free to look around and let us help you launch a new career in aviation maintenance today.|
|Aviation & Electronic Schools of America|
101 Broad Street
Nevada City, CA 95959
|The Nevada City campus (located in Northern California, east of Sacramento) serves as AESAs Main Campus and Financial Headquarters. This campus services thousands of students each year. The campus also incorporates a LaserGrade Testing Center. Today AESA offers training in the fields of aviation, electronics, telecommunications, and computers. Our courses are available individually as customized employee training, and many of our programs are available on-line.|
|Aviation Institute of Maintenance|
9636 Earhart Road
Oakland, CA 94621
|viation Institute of Maintenance - Oakland campus is located near Metropolitan Oakland International Airport (OAK), ranked 33rd among America’s busiest airports. The campus is specifically used for educational purposes, by teaching aviation maintenance to students from all over the world. The San Francisco and San Jose airports (ranked 3rd and 39th-respectively) compliment the opportunities for air travel and employment within the Bay Area. This region of Northern California provides excellent training and job opportunities within the aviation industry. The location is convenient and is situated near major road arteries for easy access.|
5885 Haven Avenue
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91737
|The Chaffey College Aviation Maintenance Technology Program will qualify and prepare you to take and pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Powerplant mechanic certificate test. The Chaffey College curriculum requires four semesters to complete when attending full time. Courses begin every eight weeks. An associate degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology may also be earned by completing the general education requirements in addition to the aeronautics curriculum. The courses are transferable to four-year colleges. The Aviation Maintenance Technology Program faculty members have up to date experience from various aviation and aerospace companies, including General Electric Aircraft Engines, American Airlines, Beechcraft, Raytheon, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin, Global Atomics Aviation Maintenance Group, Ameriflight and Threshold Technologies. The faculty is committed to updating the program with current and emerging aerospace technology.|
995 N. Reed Ave.
Reedley, CA 93654
|The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certifies all aircraft mechanics. For an Airframe or Powerplant license, the FAA requires graduation from an FAA-approved school like Reedley College. Reedley College is an FAA-approved school and has offered Aviation Maintenance Technician courses for more than 50 years. Students can earn an Associate in Science degree or a Certificate. Graduates of our program are prepared to take the FAA exams required for certification. As an added feature, the federally regulated oral, practical and written exams may be taken on-site at Reedley College. State-of-the-art facilities of our program include a 22,000 square foot laboratory with adjacent classrooms, our own fleet of aircraft and helicopters, and a landing and takeoff access strip for flying aircraft in and out of the facility.|
|AvTech - A&P Exam Prep|
6951 Flight Road #202
Riverside, CA 92504
|Welcome to AvTech-Exams our name says it all Aviation Technician Examination preparation. We provide top quality exam prep and on-site examinations for FAA the Airframe and/or Powerplant ratings, Inspection Authorization and FCC GROL+Radar to individuals, corporations and the US Military. Remember your training needs are our concern. We can develope tailored courses to meet your training needs. Please feel free to contact us concerning your specific requirements. AvTech-Exams has a 2000 sq. ft. state of the art facility. We use computer-based instruction and practice examinations for our courses. Our desire to stay current with todays technology enables us to provide the best self paced training programs available to the aviation industry. Our success is based on your success, if you fail we fail. Our main source of students continues to be referrals from satisfied graduates from the United States, Canada and around the world.|
|Sacramento City College|
3835 Freeport Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95822
|Sacramento City College maintains a Federal Aviation Administrationapproved two-year program organized to train students as airframe and powerplant maintenance technicians. The program is designed to meet the needs of students who desire technical training to qualify for the Federal Aviation tests. The Aeronautics program is governed by regulations established by the Federal Aviation Administration. This Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved program fulfills all of the requirements under CFR 14, Federal Aviation Regulation part 147. Completion of this program will allow the graduate to test for the FAA Airframe Mechanic Certificate. Upon passing the appropriate Federal examinations, the graduate is certificated to work on aircraft as a technician and to supervise the work of others on such craft.|
|San Bernardino Valley College|
701 S. Mt. Vernon Ave.
San Bernardino, CA 92410
|For over fifty years, the San Bernardino Valley College Aeronautics program has produced high quality graduates for employment in the aviation industry. Costing only a fraction of private schools, our FAA Certified program produces high quality graduates who are sought after in the aviation industry.|
|San Diego Miramar College|
10440 Black Mountain Rd.
San Diego, CA 92126
|The Aeronautics Program provides a sequence of coursework fulfilling the FAA training requirements for a Mechanics Certificate, which is recognized for employment throughout the aviation industry. This sequence also leads to State recognized Certificates of Achievement, Associate of Science Degrees, and fulfills the lower division coursework for Bachelor degrees. The program is intended for students interested in exploring a career in aviation, those currently pursuing aviation employment and those already employed in this industry seeking to upgrade their job skills. Many students come to the program from recent military service. The program also provides training for aircraft owners and operators who are interested in maintaining their aircraft as well as those who wish to build their own aircraft to FAA recognized Amateur-Built standards. Aviation Operations Program - learn to fly with us. Whether you are an experienced pilot needing a focused refresher or additional rating, military veteran looking for a career change, or recent high school graduate just interested in checking it out, Miramar is a great place to start. The price is right, schedules are flexible and you can earn college credit and a degree too.|
|City College of San Francisco Dept of Aeronautics|
San Francisco Intl. Arpt.
San Francisco, CA 94128-3928
|We offer two years of specialized training for students desiring preparation for employment in the field of aviation maintenance, as Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMT). Satisfactory completion of a complete series of courses in Aircraft Powerplant Maintenance Technology and/or Airframe Maintenance Technology will qualify you to take the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification exam. A technical background is not a prerequisite. If you have a genuine interest, strong personal integrity and discipline, a truly exciting career in the aviation industry awaits you! Many individuals from various backgrounds have already succeeded in the program and are enjoying the benefits from jobs in the aviation industry and related fields.|
|San Jose State University|
One Washington Square
Industrial Studies Bldg. Room 111
San Jose, CA 95192
|Aviation and Technology at SJSU is the oldest department providing degrees in Industrial Technology, Industrial Technology Education, and Aviation in California. We have been preparing students for careers in industry and education for over a century and in Aviation for 75 years.|
|Solano Community College|
4000 Suisun Valley Road P.O. Box 246
Suisun City, CA 94585
|Practical and theoretical knowledge in basic maintenance techniques, plus the special requirements of either airframe or powerplant work. Upon satisfactory completion of the required courses, the student is eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration written oral and practical examination for airframe or powerplant license.|
|North Valley Occupational Center|
16550 Saticoy Street
Van Nuys, CA 91406
|The Aircraft Mechanics Program is approved and certificated by the Federal Aviation Administration under Federal Aviation Regulation Part 147. (Certificate Number CZ9T078R). The program consists of 47 subject areas presented in three separate classes; the course work consists of both technical classroom training and hands-on shop experience. Courses are designed to prepare students for the F.A.A. licensing examination in general airframe and powerplant mechanics. Technical material and tools are provided for the student during training.|
|Mt. San Antonio College|
Aeronautics & Transportation
1100 North Grand Avenue
Walnut, CA 91789
|The required courses for a degree in Commercial Flight have been arranged in a recommended sequence. This sequence is only one of the many ways that the requirements can be met, but it does assure all prerequisites are met along the way. The A.S. Degree in Aviation Science prepares our students for air traffic control careers. The recommended sequence of courses listed below does not include the general education courses required for the A.S. degree.|