Become an expert technician in aviation maintenance and join a growing industry.
The skyways are only getting busier. With so many people having to get places faster, the need for safe, reliable aircraft to get them there makes aviation maintenance more important than ever.
The Aviation Maintenance Technician program at WNCC’s Sidney Campus is approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and prepares students for entry-level aviation maintenance technician positions. The program consists of three phases: general, airframe maintenance, and power plant phases, for a minimum of 1,900 clock hours. Once you successfully complete the program, you will be eligible to take the FAA examinations for the airframe and power plant licenses.
Course availability can vary semester to semester. We ask you visit your advisor prior to registering for classes.
Credit for previous courses taken and military training can be applied toward the program requirements.
- Associate of Occupational Studies in Aviation Maintenance
- Certificate in Aviation Maintenance