Frequently Asked Questions about our Airframe Technician 1 Course
Q: What is an Airframe Technician course?
An Airframe Technician course is a program that provides the knowledge and skills needed to inspect, repair, and maintain the structure and systems of aircraft.
Q: What are the requirements to enroll in an Airframe Technician course?
Meet minimum age requirements (18 years old)
Q: What topics will be covered in an Airframe Technician course?
An Airframe Technician course covers topics such as aircraft materials, welding, sheet metal repair, non-destructive testing, hydraulics, electrical systems, and avionics.
Q: How long does an Airframe Technician course take to complete?
Our accelerated course takes 12 weeks to complete. A total of 210 Lab hours combined with 150 lecture hours results in a 360-hour course.
Q: What kind of jobs can I get with an Airframe Technician certificate?
With an Airframe Technician certificate, you can pursue a variety of careers in the aviation industry, such as aircraft mechanic, maintenance technician, or avionics technician.
Q: What is the outlook for jobs in the aviation industry?
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of aircraft mechanics and technicians is projected to grow 5% from 2019 to 2029, which is about as fast as the average for all occupations.