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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
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Nondestructive Testing & Quality Control Management
An NDT technician is responsible for examining the structural integrity of any materials or components used in manufacturing by means that won’t compromise their future usefulness.
NDT technicians use the latest testing procedures to detect flaws both visible and invisible to the naked eye. These procedures detect corrosion, cracks, or any other flaws that could lead to compromising the safety of pilots or passengers.
High demand NDT industries include:
Airline & Aircraft Manufacturing
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Large companies like Shawcor and Mistras Group recruit directly from Spartan.
This is because we have been one the FAA’s leading providers of qualified NDT graduates for years.
We offer the flexibility of evening classes for students who work full or
part time alongside their studies.
You Don’t Need 4 Years of Training. You Just Need Spartan.