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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 2036.1

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The Moving Parts of the Aviation World

First Flight Happens on the Ground

Aviation Electronics Technician

As an AET, you are responsible for the manufacturing, operation, and maintenance of the electrical systems on the aircraft. This includes the communication, radar, and avionics systems. The FAA has recently opened the door for commercial unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and as a result demand is building for qualified AETs able to build, program, and fly UAVs in applications ranging from the military to Hollywood.

Here’s just a few of the opportunities to choose from.



Simulator Development


UAV Pilot & Programmer

You’ve Chosen the Right Industry, Now Choose the Right School.

Large companies like Delta, American, and United recruit directly from Spartan. We have been a leading provider of qualified graduates for the last 90 years. Our AET program is NCATT certified and our graduates have opportunities to work for some of the leaders in the aerospace, communications, robotics, and UAV industries.

You don’t need 4 years of training. You just need Spartan.