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Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology - Denver
"Training to Impact the Aviation World!"
10851 West 120th Ave,
Broomfield, Colorado 80021
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Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology - Denver
Who is Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology?
From the beginning, Spartan College has worked to provide current and innovative training programs to prepare our graduates for the aviation industry. Besides the Tulsa Oklahoma Campus, Spartan College operates three additional locations with more than 247,000 square feet of training facilities, classrooms, and administrative space.
Why Choose Spartan College?
Spartan College has been training professionals for aviation and related industries. We provide a supportive educational environment that encourages active participation in learning while providing quality career-oriented education programs.
Mission, Purpose, and Values
The mission of Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology is to provide career-oriented diploma and degree programs in aviation and technology. We impact generations by providing knowledge and skill to students from across the street and around the world. We value innovation, respect, integrity, safety, and excellence.
Aviation Maintenance Technology
Trained mechanics and technicians secure the safety of flight. Professionals in this industry provide insight into a multitude of organizations and people who rely on aviation services.
Spartan College Program Overview
Those who graduate from the AMT program at Spartan College are trained to work on aircraft components and systems including airframes, piston engines, turbine engines, hydraulic systems, propellers, rigging, warning systems, and environmental systems.
Denver Colorado Area Campus Highlights
Located in Broomfield, only 30 minutes northwest of downtown Denver, our 52,000 sq ft site sits adjacent to Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport. This campus trains students in two technology-based disciplines.
Equipment on campus includes over 80 powerplants such as two Rolls Royce RB 211-22B turbine engines, and multiple aircraft to work on including three Cessna 172s, a Cessna 152, LearJet 24, Falcon 20, and a Beech C-35 Bonanza.
Spartan College has invested in training aids, including a Falcon 20 and a LearJet 24 to provide students with the most optimal learning experiences possible. Our location provides shops and labs for a hands-on learning experience. Some highlights of our Broomfield campus facilities include:
- Air-conditioned, well-lit classrooms furnished with AV equipment and customized training aids
- Well-organized shops and laboratories
- Career services to assist with placement
- Adequate Parking
Airframe & Powerplant
Those who graduate from the AMT or A&P programs at Spartan College are trained to work on aircraft components and systems including airframes, piston engines, turbine engines, hydraulic systems, propellers, rigging, warning systems, and environmental systems.
Training in our program can also help you develop a versatile skill set that is utilized in other industries, such as automotive and diesel, heavy equipment, power and light, and industrial technology. Our program provides a 50/50 balance between lab and lecture to practice theory in a hands-on environment.
Aviation Electronics Technology
Our program is designed to teach students entry-level technical skills in electronics that are applicable in aviation as well as other industries. Students study FAA regulations and learn the proper use of basic tools and test equipment, study electronic theory, high-reliability soldering and wiring, and have hands-on training in the installation, troubleshooting, and repair of electronic and avionics systems.
Those who graduate from the AET Program at Spartan College have been trained in theories and skills used across many different positions and industries. This includes but is not limited to Aerospace, Communications, Simulator Development, Robotics, UAV, production, renewable energy, and beyond.
Flight Schools - Training the Next Generation of Pilots
Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology provides training to pilots in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Spartan College’s 40,000 sq ft Flight Facility is located at the Richard L. Jones Airport (RVS) on the south side of Tulsa.
Typical graduates of our FAA part 141 approved Aviation Flight program may apply to continue on to take the Bachelor of Science in Technology Management program, as well as apply to work as a Certified Flight Instructor.
As a result, once completing the bachelor’s program, our flight graduates may have obtained over 1200 flight hours and would be qualified to obtain their restricted Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate with the FAA.
Spartan College Reviews of the Aviation Maintenance Technology Program
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Spartan College of Aeronautics and Technology was founded in Tulsa, Oklahoma as Spartan School of Aeronautics by W.G. Skelly, President of Skelly Oil Company, on September 27, 1928. He established Spartan Aircraft Company and formed the corporation which built Tulsa Municipal Airport (now called Tulsa International Airport).
Funding & Financing
Veteran Related Information
Accredited School of Excellence
Accrediting Commission for Career Schools/Colleges
Licensed by State of Colorado
Division of Private Occupational Schools
14 CFR Part 147 Aviation Maintenance Tech
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)
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