Ohio avionics technician training
Featured avionics technician training Close To Ohio
|Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania|
This is PIA. This is your future. Graduate in 21 months or less with an associates degree, diiploma, or certificate program in Aviation Electronics Technology. Don't let high education costs keep you from launching an exciting career in an in-demand industry. PIA can assist with Financial Aid and VA GI-Bill Benefits (for those who qualify).
|Aviation Institute of Maintenance - Duluth, Georgia|
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.
|National Aviation Academy - Boston, Massachusetts|
Avionics systems are now an integral part of all aircraft design and have vastly increased aircraft capability. You will learn to repair and maintain components used for aircraft navigation, radio communications, weather radar systems, and other instruments and computers that control flight, engine, and other primary functions. The NAA Avionics program is designed for you if you have experience in the Aviation Maintenance industry or if you already hold your A&P certificate.
|Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach, Florida|
In this four-month certificate program, you'll learn aircraft electronics (avionics) system installation, wiring concepts, and line troubleshooting of avionics aircraft problems, and will prepare to test for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) license. This program is available to all aviation maintenance professionals with an A&P certificate. ERAU is proud to offer the Post-9/11 GI Bill Yellow Ribbon Program to those who qualify.
|Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology - Tulsa, Oklahoma|
Turn your raw talent into a rewarding career. You take great pride in your technical know-how. But more importantly, you're just as passionate about finding a job that puts these abilities to good use. At Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology, we're proud of opening career doors for more than 90,000 graduates since 1928 and passionate about continuing our tradition of in-depth, hands-on training.
More avionics technician training in Ohio
|Cincinnati State Aviation Maintenance|
10030 West Road
Harrison, OH 45030
|Graduates are prepared to: Inspect aircraft systems, Overhaul aircraft systems, Repair aircraft components, Service aircraft systems, Graduate Starting Salary Projections, $30,000 – $45,000 annually. Employment Outlook - Employment of aircraft and avionics equipment mechanics and technicians is projected to grow by about six percent through 2020. Future job opportunities for mechanics are enhanced by the long-term trend toward fewer students entering skilled maintenance and repair occupations. Job prospects will be best for mechanics who hold an Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certificate and a bachelor’s degree in aircraft maintenance.|