Advanced Aircraft Systems
AVIATION MAINTENANCE PROFESSIONAL TRAINING
Advanced Aircraft Systems (AAS) is National Aviation Academy’s 7-month program. If you’re looking to start or build on your aviation maintenance knowledge this is the program for you! In as little as 7 months (and 1,000 clock hours), you’ll train on 22 different subjects of advanced aircraft systems.
Undoubtedly, this is a lot of information! However, our programs allow students to move through the curriculum with ease, starting from the basics to more advanced topics!
Advanced Aircraft Systems (AAS)7 Months
- Advanced Aircraft Systems/Avionics Technician Curriculum
- AAS Certification Including Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Elements 1, 3, and 8, NCATT AET, Electrical Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS), Airbus A320 Systems, and Transport Category Aircraft Certificates
- This program is not offered at our New England campus. This program does not fall under the FAA Part 147 regulation.
What are Avionics Systems?
Why is this Training Important?
The aviation industry is always at the cutting edge of technology, it is because of this that NAA developed the advanced aircraft systems program. Set yourself above the rest with an education that brings the future to you.
Where Can I Work?
Upon completion of the Advanced Aircraft Systems program and certification, you can work in various sectors of aviation. These include commercial, corporate, and general aviation. You could also work on helicopters, airships, or unmanned aerial vehicles. Manufacturing, aerospace, and other parallel industries are exciting options as well.
Advanced Aircraft Systems Curriculum Summary
Aviation Industry Demand
Aviation Maintenance Technicians Needed Worldwide According to Boeing
By 2031, 2 Out Of Every 5 (40%) Current Mechanics (90,000 in total) Will Reach Retirement Age According to ATEC
Average Daily Worldwide Flights in 2019 According to Flight Radar 24
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Broaden Your Avionics Horizons
Hear from Nate Bozeman, Advanced Aircraft Systems Instructor, about how he found that this additional knowledge helped out his career in the long run.