Aviation Maintenance Technician Avionics

Aviation Maintenance Technician Avionics

The Aviation Maintenance Technician: Avionics (AMTA) program prepares
students for entry-level employment within the aircraft maintenance and
avionics industry. Students learn the specialized skills necessary to work on structures, aircraft systems, flight and instrument controlled systems, electronic and digital systems, and become eligible and prepared for

The AMTA program provides students with the proper
knowledge and skill levels to earn employment as an aircraft mechanic,
avionics technician, electronics technician, aircraft inspector, or other
entry-level role related to the aviation maintenance and avionics field.

While in school, AIM students gain valuable hands-on experience in the hangar and avionics trainers while studying the general and airframe subjects required by the FAA, as well as the electronics and avionics subjects needed to test for the Aircraft Electronics Technician’s certification and CertTEC exams.

AIM instructors guide students through hours of hands-on training within our hangar and classrooms. Students are also trained to service, repair, and overhaul aircraft components and systems, including the airframe, electrical systems, hydraulic systems, integrated and logic circuits, data conversion systems, microprocessors, data buses, multiplexing, fiber optics, instrumentation, warning systems, and environmental systems.

The aviation and avionics industry, as well as other major repair and
overhaul companies, desire not only the technical skills of our graduates, but also the professional skills, attention to detail, commitment to safety, ability to follow procedures and document processes, and interpersonal soft skills that we teach within the program. The program includes two Capstone courses, which guide students in preparing for and passing the General FAA written exam and the Aircraft Electronics Technician and CertTEC certification examinations.

Duration: 91 weeks (21 months) – Full time

Cost & Fees: Cost per Credit (total 78) $525 – Total Cost: $40,950
Students must adhere to requirements of The Aviation Insitute of Maintenance, of which you can see here.

*Program details may vary by campus.

Program Amount to show for I-20 and Consulate Interview Total Cost of Education
Avionics Technician $40,950 $40,950
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