Train To Become Skilled, Employable And Essential.

 

Training Tomorrow's Technicians

At Aviation Institute of Maintenance, we train tomorrow’s technicians. The demand for skilled technicians in Aviation, Manufacturing, Welding, Energy, and other industries is outpacing those entering these career fields. Our nation needs men and women to develop technical trade skills for today and the future. AIM campuses are proud to teach these skills.

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Aviation Institute of Maintenance
Why Choose Aviation Institute of Maintenance?
AIM graduates benefit from campus relationships with national and international airlines, local maintenance facilities, repair shops, manufacturers, and other businesses.

The best way to learn hands-on skills is by doing hands-on practice. We offer hands-on training with the tools you’ll use every day in the industry. Our classes are set up to prepare you to make it in the fast-paced world of aviation or other industry trades.

Our faculty has years of professional work experience in aviation maintenance, business, and other relevant industries. This experience provides wisdom, guidance, and practical scenarios directly from airplane hangars, workshops, and professional work environments in which instructors served, assuring that students will develop both theoretically and practically into a skilled professional.

AIM campus facilities include Veterans’ resources, a student lounge, an innovative Learning Resource Center, a hands-on aircraft hangar and labs that simulate the working environment, a variety of technological resources, and several other features that are designed for student success while in school and after graduation.

AIM brings employers to the campuses to meet students and graduates so that information about the job demands and needs are direct from the industry. These on-campus events and one-on-one career placement assistance prepare graduates to take advantage of each opportunity.

AIM Is Where You Build Your Future.

 

About Us

AIM is part of a successful group of companies, which first began in Norfolk, Virginia, in 1969 and has grown to become a network of AIM campuses across the nation. We have maintained a tradition of excellence in education and workforce development throughout the expansion over more than four decades. AIM is well-known for providing high quality, hands-on training to our students in Aviation Maintenance programs. But as time went on, we saw other industry leaders demanding similar skills our aviation students have after graduating. To fill that need, we went beyond aviation to develop related industry technician programs.

Is Hands-on Technical Career Training Right for You?

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AIM Starts Careers,
Not Jobs.

 

Career Pathways

Aviation Institute of Maintenance is committed to the education and personal enrichment of each student interested in an aviation maintenance or a trade technician profession. We offer programs in aviation, maintenance, welding, and technician fields, whether it be for aircraft maintenance; maintenance technician, combination welding, industrial manufacturing, HVAC, or aircraft dispatcher. We seek industry feedback about our curriculum to identify the technologies and specific skills that industry leaders need. At AIM, we train for these trade skills and more!

We Put Our Students First.

 

Support Services

Here at AIM, we think about the student first. So whether you are changing careers, transitioning from the military, or a recent high school graduate, we offer a wide variety of tools and support to help you reach your goal. Our full-time student advisers work to keep you connected and involved in your education, from the moment you enroll all the way through graduation.