Train to Become an Aviation Electronics Technician in as Little as 14 Months1
Without You No One’s Flying.
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The Demand for AET Technicians
Get Out of the Terminal and into the Hangar
Prepare for a career that’s innovative, has opportunities for advancement, and is in demand. Your future is in the aviation industry as an Aviation Electronics Technician. Now all you have to decide is when to get started.
Learn from Industry Experts
The Moving Parts of the Aviation World
Real 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 many exciting career tracks to choose from.
UAV Pilot & Programmer
You’ve Chosen the Right Industry, Now Choose the Right School.
Spartan Students Often Interview with Companies Before They Graduate
Large companies like Delta 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 leading forces in the aerospace, communications, robotics, and UAV industries.
You don’t need 4 years to start your career. You just need Spartan.