Why Aviation Electronics at PIA?
As technology advances, the magnitude of electronics within aviation is ever growing. This progress increases the need for qualified "avionics" technicians to inspect, troubleshoot, and repair the necessary equipment that ensures the safety of millions of people each year.
PIA "aviation electronics" technicians must be able to isolate malfunctions and make necessary equipment changes to radios, navigation systems, radar, flight computers, and many more sophisticated electronics.
The AET program leads to the FCC General Radiotelephone Operator's License (GROL) and is also accredited by National Center for Aerospace & Transportation Training (NCATT).
Where Do You Want To Be In Two Years?
Whatever field you choose, a specialized degree from an accredited institution helps you build a career that's right for you. So why should you make Pittsburgh Institute of Aeronautics your career launching pad?
Don't let high education costs keep you from launching an exciting career in an in-demand industry. PIA can assist with Financial Aid (which may be available for those who qualify), Veteran's benefits, and is a Pittsburgh Promise program participant.
U.S. Military Veterans Benefits*
PIA is approved to offer VA benefits to U.S. military veterans (for those who qualify).
Choose Your Own Path
As a Non-Profit, ACCSC-accredited career school, PIA offers courses and degree programs in specialized technology that lead to skills transferable to a multitude of industries and careers. Want to fix or maintain aircraft? Like the idea of troubleshooting a communications panel? Want to learn turbine or powerplant technology to enter the Energy industry? You determine your career path and tailor the curriculum to suit your needs.
Finish School Fast
Don't waste time with your career taking courses irrelevant to your career path, or four years of unfocused, general education. PIA grads can hit the job market as qualified FCC-licensed, and FAA certification-prepared candidates in 21 months or less.
PIA currently offers real world, hands-on career training facilities at four campuses: Pittsburgh, Hagerstown, Youngstown, and Myrtle Beach. Choose the location and program options right for you.
PIA has helped place 87% of our Aviation Technology graduates in $37,023 (avg. staring salary) positions across the country.* PIA supports our students and graduates with dedicated, qualified staff in the following service departments:
- Student Housing Assistance
- Financial Aid may be available for those who qualify
- Continuing Graduate Placement Assistance
- Part-time Job Assistance
- Free Tutoring
- Credit for Comparable Education and Training (at PIA's discretion)
Contact Us Today to Get Started!
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