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About Aviation Maintenance Technology

Tuesday, October 26, 2021

UA-PTC Aviation Maintenance Students

Why should I become a certified Aircraft Maintenance Technician?

The rapid growth in commercial, civil, and general aviation has presented the aviation industry with a world of career opportunities. With the aging of commercial fleets and the development of newer, technically advanced aircraft the need for certified aircraft maintenance technicians (AMT) is at a critical stage. The need for qualified aircraft technicians has caused the creation of thousands of employment opportunities each year, providing excellent benefits, across the United States and abroad.

Aviation Maintenance Technology Programs of Study

The Aviation Maintenance Technology program provides students with instruction in the general power plant and airframe curricula. Students may choose to seek Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification as an aircraft maintenance technician with an airframe rating and/or a power plant rating by completing the certificate curricula, or they may choose to complete the Associate of Applied Science in order to acquire additional education to advance into supervisory and inspection positions in the industry. The Aviation Maintenance Technology program is accredited by the FAA as an approved Part 147 Maintenance School.

Why choose UA - Pulaski Tech?

  • Conveniently located in a 36,000 square foot center in North Little Rock (1600 West Maryland Avenue | Driving Directions).
  • Affordable – Other schools charge up to $50,000 to provide the services we offer for less than $16,800.

Use of modern training technologies which includes:

  • Computer based instruction
  • PowerPoint instructional presentations
  • Video presentations
  • Lectures
  • Training aides
  • Day and Evening Classes
  • School affiliated FAA Designated Mechanics Examiners
  • FAA certified instructors
  • FAA/FCC approved Federal Testing Center
  • Comfortable, modern learning environment

For additional information, contact BJ Marcotte at [email protected] or call (501) 812-2774.