Constant Improvement at NAA


Classes were out of session the past couple of weeks, but instructors and staff ensured that improvements were being made on NAA campuses. Here are some highlights:

  • Curriculum and lesson presentations are currently being upgraded. Instructors are standardizing materials between each term and campus. Supplementary and reference materials are being updated to reflect new, high-quality texts.
  • Collaboration is a major focus of the education department for 2017. Instructors will be working directly with students to implement action plans for success. It is our aim to offer superior training in the shortest amount of time possible.
  • Training in classroom management was held on Wednesday, December 27, 2016. Student needs are always a priority at NAA. The staff enrichment emphasized how each member of NAA can better serve our student population on a daily basis.

Each training and collaboration effort supports high-quality aviation maintenance training, FAA certification and employment in careers of the highest caliber for our students. We are looking forward to making 2017 our best year yet!

NAA Holiday Toy Drive


Thank you to all who donated to National Aviation Academy’s 6th Annual Holiday Toy Drive! It was a special Christmas for the boys and girls who were the recipients of your generosity. The toy drive was organized by the student services department, with all donated toys benefitting children of students who currently attend NAA.

If you are an NAA student in need of various kinds of assistance, please remember the student services department is available to you.

Tampa Bay – December 2016 Graduation


NAA—Tampa Bay held a graduation ceremony for the classes of 9/15 AMT and 5/16 AMP on December 15, 2016 at Largo Cultural Center. These graduates have already secured employment with industry leaders such as Boeing, Delta Air Lines, Endeavor Air, Envoy Air, General Electric, HAECO, Piedmont Airlines, PSA Airlines and Silver Airways, among others.


Family and friends came out to support the achievements that students worked hard to earn while attending NAA. As newly certified aircraft maintenance professionals, members of these classes are primed for success in their careers in aviation.

Congratulations, graduates!