Select AIM campuses include Aviation Maintenance Technical Engineer (AMTE) program that offers added training for advanced electronic components of the aircraft.
Written by Jul DeGeus
Aviation Institute of Maintenance’s (AIM) Atlanta, Dallas, Orlando and Washington, D.C. Metro Area campuses are now enrolling for Aviation Maintenance Technical Engineer (AMTE). AIM’s AMTE program was created to support the industry growth as exhibited in Boeing’s Pilot & Technician Outlook 2019-2038. The report states that 769,000 new maintenance technicians are needed to maintain commercial aviation, business aviation, and civil helicopter industries over the next 20 years.
The Aviation Maintenance Technical Engineer program trains students on subjects ranging from the basic theories of flight to advanced electronic systems on modern aircraft. Their education includes both 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. AMTE graduates receive the entry-level skills to maintain and repair aircraft airframe, powerplant, and avionics systems.
The program prepares the graduate with the knowledge and skills required to pass the FAA tests and obtain a mechanic certificate with Airframe and Powerplant ratings. Graduates will also have prepared to take the Aircraft Electronics Technician’s certification and CertTEC exams. The AMTE graduate will then be prepared for a number of careers in the field of aviation, such as Aircraft Mechanic, Avionics Technician, Inspector, Installer, Parts Manager, and Service Technician. These career opportunities may be found throughout the U.S. and around the world.
For more information regarding AIM’s Aviation Maintenance Technical Engineer program and the next start date, please visit www.AviationMaintenance.edu or call (888) FIX-JETS.
About Aviation Institute of Maintenance
Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) is a network of aviation maintenance schools with campuses coast-to-coast in the United States and headquarters in Virginia Beach, Va. AIM students are trained to meet the increasing global demand of commercial, cargo, corporate and private aviation employers. AIM graduates are eligible to take the Federal Aviation Administration exams necessary to obtain their mechanic’s certificate with ratings in both Airframe and Powerplant. AIM’s campuses are in the following major metro areas: Atlanta, Charlotte, New York, Philadelphia, Dallas, Houston, Indianapolis, Las Vegas, Washington, D.C., Kansas City, San Francisco Bay, Orlando and Norfolk. Aviation Institute of Maintenance (AIM) is a FAA Approved A&P School and is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges (ACCSC). Not all programs available at all locations. For consumer, and additional information, visit AviationMaintenance.edu or call (888) FIX-JETS. Like them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AIM.edu.