HANDS-ON TRAINING. LIFELONG SKILLS. LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES.

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HANDS-ON TRAINING. LIFELONG SKILLS. LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES.

Are you the person that ALWAYS gets a phone call or text when someone has car trouble? Do you enjoy working on cars in your spare time, but feel like you’ve outgrown your garage? Does the idea of doing something more with your skills appeal to you? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions: have you ever considered aviation?

Car and automotive technicians are important, but the work of an aircraft maintenance technician is more specialized and offers tremendous benefits! You could be responsible for planes, helicopter, airships, military drones, and more! Boeing’s 2018 Pilot and Technician Outlook has forecasted that nearly 800,000 new aviation mechanics will be needed worldwide by 2037. One could be you! Not all mechanic programs are created equal. Contact us for more information about aviation maintenance training at NAA!

Our Advanced Aircraft Systems program is taught by certified Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) instructors, who are specialized in the avionics field, bringing years of real-life experience and aviation knowledge directly to you. Our professional hands-on training offers the experience and education necessary to become certified to work on, fix and maintain aircraft.

WHY CHOOSE NAA?

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Aviation Maintenance Professional

Aviation Maintenance Professional (AMP) is the 21-month program that combines AMT and AAS.The fusion of A&P certification and avionics training makes individuals better prepared for the future demands in the aviation industry.
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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.y.

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Advanced Aircraft Systems

Advanced Aircraft Systems (AAS) is the 7-month program built around the need for technicians trained on the wiring and electronic systems within aircraft. The future needs of the industry are increasingly reliant on evolving technologies.

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What Our Graduates 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 the curriculum [at NAA] I was able to, not only get my certifications, but secure employment.
Mason Herges

Avionics Technician

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.

Elisa Warden

Avionics Technician

I left a job I had been in almost twenty years, and it was all or nothing… I have no words to really express how grateful I am for what I got out of [NAA]. It’s still surreal that not even 24 hours after taking my final test, I had an offer from Gulfstream.
Paul Verdin

Avionics/Electrical Tech II

Words from our Alumni

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