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Aviation Maintenance Technical Engineer

 

AIM Program

Program Information

 

The Aviation Maintenance Technical Engineer (AMTE) program trains the student on subjects ranging from the basic theories of flight to advanced electronic systems on modern aircraft. The student will receive classroom instruction and hands-on experience in a wide range of subjects such as sheet metal and composite fabrication and repair, hydraulics, avionics and communications, piston and turbine engines, and other systems. The program prepares the graduate with the knowledge and skills required to pass the FAA tests and obtain a mechanic certificate with A&P ratings.

Dallas Campus Program Information:
The Aviation Maintenance Technical Engineer (AMTE) program takes the student through the basics of flight and into the technological advances for the world of aviation. The course of study takes the student through the hands on techniques and knowledge in such areas as composite fabrication and repair, sheet metal, hydraulics, pneumatics, instrumentation, landing gear, piston and turbine engines, to include the various aircraft systems. The student learns the intricacies of the entire aircraft as each system is dissected for deeper understanding. Students will gain the skills to properly and efficiently troubleshoot and repair aircraft systems as they relate to fixed wing aircraft and rotary aircraft.

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Campuses Offering Program

The following Aviation Institute of Maintenance campuses offer this program. Click on a campus location or fill out the form for more information.

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