TRAINING CENTER PROGRAMS
This program and its curriculum is an approved Federal Aviation Regulations Part 147 school. 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. Graduates will be awarded the Associate of Applied Science degree through Northwest.
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Day and Night Classes:
The curriculum has been planned so that at least 50% of the total time spent in the program is in shop/laboratory training and 50% instructional theory. Classes meet Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Associates of Applied Science
Summary of Program Requirements
Applicants must apply for Northwest admission and also be accepted. Applicants must also complete Aviation Maintenance Program application. Applicants must: (1) have a minimum ACT composite of 15 is, (2) must have an official copy of GED, high school or college transcript, (3) interview with Aviation Program lead instruction, and (4) have a negative drug screen.
Equipment Maintenance, Mechanical, Control Precision, Troubleshooting, Complex Problem Solving
Northwest MS Community College
David R. Lindsey