Aviation Maintenance Training


Develop the Skills to be an Aviation Maintenance Professional today!

Our Programs

Not just anyone can teach aviation maintenance. National Aviation Academy (NAA) is one of a select group of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved 14 CFR Part 147 Schools in the nation. We are proud of this designation and have developed three unique aviation maintenance training programs to satisfy FAA requirements and help you achieve your career goals.
Our Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) and avionics-focused training gives access to the aviation maintenance workforce. We want you to have more than lessons and clock hours under your belt! Our aim is for you to develop a skillset and become ready to enter your aviation maintenance career!
We know what industry-leading employers need in the next generation of technicians. To get you there, we offer aviation maintenance programs designed with their needs and yours in mind. Perhaps best of all, our training can be completed in as little as 14 months!

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Which Program is Right for You?

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Aviation Maintenance Training

Awe of aviation is at our core! We train technicians because aviation maintenance is what we know, love, and want to do. We also recognize the demand in the industry. The future of aviation maintenance depends on a new generation of highly-trained technicians. Our mission is to build that future together.

NAA is one of a select number of Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved schools in the country. Our hands-on curriculum is taught in classrooms, labs, and hangars at active airfields. We aim for the most immersive and meaningful aviation maintenance education possible.


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What Our Alumni Are Saying

“My instructors were knowledgeable about the subjects, and able to give me tips and tricks beyond the curriculum to improve my understanding of the material. With their support and National Aviation Academy’s curriculum I was able to, not only get my certifications, but secure employment!”
Mason Herges

NAA Graduate, Avionics Technician

“I think a lot of women are intimidated by this kind of work or they see themselves in a cookie-cutter role. I hope that more women will get into trades and technical work like this because there’s a demand for it. At the end of the day it feels really good knowing that I’m helping pave the way for women coming up behind me.”
Elisa Warden

NAA Graduate, Avionics Technician