Students who successfully complete either the 14 month Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program or the 21 month Aviation Maintenance Professional (AMP)* program and pass the required FAA oral & practical examinations are privileged to fix and maintain or work in the fields of;

  • Helicopters
  • Airships / Blimps
  • Commercial Aviation
  • Corporate Aviation
  • General Aviation
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV)
  • Space Industry

Some students desire to work in parallel industries that utilize skill sets obtained at NAA. Those opportunities include; roller coaster repair, engine technicians for racing teams, mass transportation systems and green energy technologies. Possibilities in aviation and other parallel industries provide ample opportunity for gainful employment after completing either program. The Career Services Department will assist students in finding and providing leads for career opportunities. Students are fully responsible in applying themselves to earn the opportunity they desire.

For information about A&P technician’s salaries please click here.

* The Aviation Maintenance Professional (AMP) program is currently offered at our Tampa Bay campus only.