HANDS-ON TRAINING. LIFELONG SKILLS. LIMITLESS OPPORTUNITIES.
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.
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.
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.
Why Choose NAA?
Learn By Doing
Our hands-on training is taught by A&P certified instructors, bringing years of real-world experience and aviation knowledge directly to you! Use real tools that you will use on the job to complete individual and team-based projects in preparation for becoming A&P certified.
Flexible, But Accelerated
Our accelerated A&P training programs offer both day and night classes to give you schedule flexibility. Plus, you are able to test for each module as you complete them, providing the opportunity to have all certifications completed upon graduation. Get certified and get started on your career quickly!
Career Placement Services
Lifetime* career placement services are available upon graduation. Connect with us to find out why leaders like Boeing, Delta, and GE travel from across the U.S. to visit NAA multiple times each year to recruit the next generation of A&P certified technicians!
*Lifetime is defined as long as NAA is in operation
Advanced Aircraft Systems Instructor
Forward-thinking and skilled in avionics, Jesse has his eyes on what’s next in the aviation industry. His background includes experience at GE Aviation, Honeywell, and General Dynamics, in addition to US Navy service. Electric and electronic theory, digital systems, and troubleshooting are some of what you’ll learn in his class.
A Veteran of the US Marines, Daniel is passionate about engines. He makes engine and airframe electrical systems approachable to students with or without prior hands-on or mechanic experience. Drawing on prior industry experience at PEMCO, Flightstar, and Dyncorp, he enjoys sharing what he’s learned with future A&Ps.
With over thirty years in aviation, Chris is NAA’s resident master of sheet metal. He has worked with industry leaders such as Bombardier, National Flight, and Evergreen. He identifies and grows airframe talent in subjects such as sheet metal, composites, welding, riveting, and aircraft finishes.
For more information about graduation rates and the median debt of students who completed the program visit naa.edu/success