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There’s a real shortage of skilled, well-qualified Maintenance Technicians in the aviation industry, and Spartan graduates are helping fill the gap. A 2017 Boeing Outlook Report forecasts more than 648,000 airline maintenance technicians will be needed by 20361.
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One College. Four Locations. Five Program Choices.*
The Moving Parts of the Aviation World
In the aviation industry technicians and pilots operate as a team. Each role is of importance, and these parties work seamlessly together to do one thing- provide safe and efficient aircraft operation for those on the ground, and in the air. There are many different roles that cover a wide range of skills. Here are five. So, where do you best fit?
*programs vary by location
An AMT performs preventative maintenance by overhauling and repairing any inspected aircraft. Train to become an Aviation Maintenance Technician in as few as 15 months*.
A Nondestructive Testing Technician uses sophisticated technology to test the structural integrity of the aircraft and other materials. These quality control techniques are crucial for ensuring the safety of passengers. Train at our Tulsa campus to become a Nondestructive Testing Technician in as few as 11 months.
AET Technicians work solely on the electrical systems of the aircraft. This includes the navigation, autopilot, radio communication, and other flight instruments crucial to operation. Train at our Denver and Tulsa campuses to become an Aviation Electronics Technician in as few as 13 months*.
Pilots are the ones at the controls. They have a deep understanding of the operation of entire aircraft- from the complex flight systems, to the aerodynamics that allow it to fly. Train at out Tulsa Fight School to become a pilot in as few as 17 months.
A Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician is an air quality specialist and responsible for servicing and maintaining heating, ventilation, cooling, and refrigeration systems. Train at our Denver campus in as few as 10 months.
*programs vary by location
You’ve Chosen The Right Industry, Now Choose The Right School.
Large companies like Delta, American, and United recruit directly from Spartan College. We have been a source of qualified graduates for the last 90 years. Spartan is also the first ever FAA approved school to offer a partially online degree program- perfect for students who work full time or are still active duty.
You don’t need 4 years of training. You just need Spartan.