WHY CHOOSE NAA?
HANDS-ON TRAINING. LIFELONG SKILLS. LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES.
At National Aviation Academy (NAA), we understand the importance of quality aviation maintenance training. Our hands-on training programs offer you the experience and education necessary to become certified to work on, fix and maintain aircraft. Our courses are taught by certified Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) instructors, bringing years of real-life experience and aviation knowledge directly to you. We are a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved aircraft mechanic school with the sole objective to educate the aviation maintenance professionals of tomorrow.
Two Campuses To Choose From
Tampa Bay Campus – Located in sunny Clearwater, Florida, just minutes from Clearwater Beach and the training hangar is at the St. Petersburg/Clearwater International Airport (PIE) in Clearwater, FL.
New England Campus – Located in historic Concord, Massachusetts, in the greater Boston area and the training hangar is at Minute Man Air Field in Stow, MA.
What Makes Us Different?
- Ability to learn by doing – it’s not just bookwork
- Accelerated programs offer high-quality training fast
- Classroom, lab, and hangar learning environments
- Learn about current and future demands in aviation
- Focused training for A&P certifications – FAA licenses never expire!
How We Can Help You
- Dedicated NAA team will guide you along the application and enrollment processes
- Assistance with planning relocation and transportation
- Assistance with finding scholarships to help with school costs
- Provide detailed information about the campus and surrounding area
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Aviation Maintenance Technology
Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) is the 14-month program that prepares students to become certified Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) technicians. It is the core training required to work as an aviation maintenance technician.
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What Our Graduates Are Saying
I think a lot of women are intimidated by this kind of work or they see themselves in a, like a cookie cutter role and I hope that more women will get into trades and technical work like this because there’s a demand for it and at the end of the day it feels really good knowing that hopefully I’m helping pave the way for women coming up behind me.