This is the parent program for the Aviation Maintenance Technician, 2-yr Certificate
Total Program Credits: 106-108
Total Program Prerequisites: 7
Estimated Program Length: Two years
Offered by the Aviation Academy , 541.463.4301
Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Requirements
Program Coordinator Neal Gallagher, Chief Instructor
Dean Lynn Nakamura
Purpose To prepare technicians to repair and maintain the operating condition of aircraft, and qualify for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification exams (written, oral and practical) for the Mechanic Certificate with Airframe and Powerplant Ratings.
Learning Outcomes The student who successfully completes all Aviation Maintenance Technician requirements will:
- Repair and maintain aircraft in operating condition.
- Pass the FAA written, oral and practical exams for certification.
- Demonstrate and use industry safety standards.
- Access library, computing, and communications services and networks.
- Utilize mathematical and troubleshooting concepts.
Accreditation Aviation Maintenance, approved under Part 147 of the Federal Aviation Regulations of the Federal Aviation Administration
Licensing and Certification AMTS EM8T117Q Airframe and Powerplant Ratings.
Admission Information Contact Lane Aviation Maintenance Technology: lanecc.edu/aviationacademy Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Advising Contact Claudia Riumallo and Rudy Tyburczy, email@example.com. Advisor drop-in hours are updated weekly at:
Cooperative Education (Co-op) Co-op offers students college credit and a grade for on-the-job work experience related to their educational and career goals. Through Co-op, students connect theory and practice, develop skills, expand career knowledge, and make contacts for the uture.Work schedules and work sites vary. Under the supervision of the Aviation Maintenance Co-op Coordinator and as approved by the AMT Chief Instructor and Return to Service instructor, a maximum of six Co-op credits in AV 280 may be authorized in lieu of the final Return to Service course. Co-op may be taken summer term. Learm more about Cooperative Education at https://www.lanecc.edu/cooped
Job Openings and Wages Projected through 2022
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Graduates have many opportunities nationally.
Lane County openings - 58 annually
Statewide openings - 745 annually
Lane County average hourly - $26.76 average annual - $55,666
Oregon average hourly - $28.31; average annual - $58,878
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*Course fees may change during the year. See the online credit class schedule for fees assigned to courses.
- Required for admission: Placement into WR 097 or WR 115 , or prior college. A high school diploma or equivalent is recommended for all applicants to this program. Procedures for crediting and guidelines for the determination of documented military or field experience are available through application with the FAA liaison.
- Some courses require prerequisites. See Courses for prerequisite and corequisite information.
- General Education courses (except mathematics) are not required for two-year FAA Airframe and Powerplant airman’s certificate exams.
- MTH 075 - Applied Algebra for Technicians must be completed by the end of the first year. MTH 070 or [MTH 060 + MTH 065 ] may be substituted for MTH 075 .
- MTH 085 - Applied Geometry for Technicians or higher must be completed by the end of Winter Term, Year Two.
- If math is taken in the self-paced format through the Math Resource Center, then all credits must be completed to meet math requirement(s).
- WR 115W - Introduction to College Writing: Workplace Emphasis or higher must be completed by the end of Year Two.
- Graduates hoping to transfer to a four-year institution should meet with their Academic Advisor or Program Coordinator.