Aviation Institute of Maintenance Reviews
Cody Pruett is an aircraft maintenance technician (AMT), formerly with the United States Air Force. He recently graduated from AIM and is excited to start fresh on the civilian side of aircraft maintenance.
Angel Youngblood graduated from AIM Las Vegas, and now works as an A&P mechanic at Maverick Helicopters. Angel describes her experience in the AIM program and how it has helped her achieve a fulfilling career.
Paul Garza, graduate of Aviation Institute of Maintenance, recommends AIM for it’s hands on learning. Paul believes that as students #AIM2Graduate, they will get out of the program what they put into it.
AIM Graduate Davian Fernanadez highlights the importance of the people behind the plane. He points out, a pilot is nothing without a plane, and a plane is nothing without it’s dedicated and skilled mechanics.
Sharon Riffle talks about the importance of Avionics Technicians in the airline and aviation industry. Sharon also explains why aviation was an attractive career path for her and speaks about the demand for additional technicians in the field.
AIM graduate Paul Cirone shows how AIM gave him new career opportunities. From his days working as an auto mechanic, Paul had the foundation of mechanics down. Due to this, he transitioned well into aviation maintenance.
Aaron Rogers is one of our AIM graduates from our Orlando campus. Having his Airframe and Powerplant license, he is well on his way to enjoying his new career.
Meet AIM Graduate, Christopher Pulizzi, who now works on Blackhawk helicopters as an aircraft worker for Cane Associates. He credits his training at AIM and it’s hands-on learning for his success.