TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS
This program and its curriculum is an approved per the Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 147. Upon completion of the program, a student is eligible to take the prescribed written, oral and practical exams given by the Federal Aviation Administration. Showing satisfactory completion of these exams, the student will receive their Mechanic Certificate with an Airframe and/or Power plant rating, which gives them the authority to perform inspections, minor repairs, and alterations to fixed and rotary wing aircraft.
|Example of Class Types
Courses include physics, aerodynamics, engine systems and aircraft structures. Students are introduced to, and become familiar with the mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, electrical, and structural elements of fixed-wing and rotary-wing aircraft. Instruction is provided in the classroom as well as in the hangar/shop. Students are given opportunities to learn while working on FAA certificated aircraft.
Day and Night Classes:
Day and night classes
Associates of Applied Science
Summary of Program Requirements
Submit an application for enrollment to the Office of Admissions and Records at Hinds Community College. Request that an official high school transcript or GED scores and ACT scores be sent to the Office of Admissions and Records if you are a high school graduate. Take the ACCUPLACER placement test to assess developmental needs
Communication | Problem Solving | Multitask | Math | Detail Oriented
Hinds Community College