Aviation Career Training in 2014
With the arrival of the New Year, a common resolution may be to enjoy life more, be less stressed or spend more time with family and friends. Your current employment situation may not allow for this. Or you may have decided the traditional college route isn’t the right fit for you. Finding the perfect fit in a career that’s exciting and buzz-worthy can help make sure your dreams are achieved. And what more of an adventurous industry than the aviation industry! Are you looking for something new that challenges you? There’s no better time than 2014 to get a jump-start!
Land a New & Successful Aviation Career in 2014
First things first, you have to get the training – Fast, hands-on education and aviation career training will put you in the right direction. Employers are looking for technicians that have experience or formal training, and the best way to advance in your career is to get the training now!
Research your field – An understanding of the available career fields in the aviation industry is beneficial in the growth and success of your new career path. For more information about the available programs that are available, take a look at websites such as the Bureau of Labor Statistics, or take advantage of the available eBooks, school catalogs and friendly admissions representatives to assist you in your career path.
At the Aviation Institute of Maintenance, we have several programs of interest to meet your needs and campus locations nationwide. Our programs are designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills to excel. The training prepares you to pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) test to become a certified Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Technician in the aviation maintenance industry. Learn more about the Aviation Institute of Maintenance TODAY!
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