Our Program

Three steps to your success! Our training schedule is 5.5 hours a day, five days a week. You’ll be learning every day! Training takes place in classrooms, labs, and in real-world settings, at our new Aviation Technology Center located just south of Lansing in Mason, MI.

Steps to Your Success

Step 1

Get Trained
In 24 months or less, our students become experts in aircraft maintenance and repair. Through our hands-on, real-world training in Basic Aviation, Airframe Maintenance and Powerplant Maintenance, you will be well versed in working with large and small planes, turbine and jet engines, traditional aircraft construction and advanced composite materials.

Step 2

Get Certified
Upon completion of our program you will be prepared to take the next step in your aircraft maintenance journey and earn your FAA license. Most of our graduates successfully pass all FAA examinations.

Step 3

Get a Job!
Employment of Aircraft Maintenance Technicians is growing and those technicians that hold an Airframe and/or Powerplant certificate are in high-demand throughout the industry. Our Job Referral Program helps graduates find the right job, right away. Many of our students are offered employment before they complete the program.

You can do more! Upon completion of training, you will have earned three certificates: Airframe Maintenance, Powerplant Maintenance and Basic Aviation Technologies. Add just five courses during or after training, and you can also earn two associate degrees in the field.

Find out more for more information on our program costs.

Curriculum Guides


Basic Aviation Technology *

Airframe Maintenance Technology *

Powerplant Maintenance Technology *

Associate Degrees

Airframe Maintenance Technology

Powerplant Maintenance Technology

There's More

Transfer to Western Michigan University or Siena Heights University!

Information on the Western Michigan University transfer program.

Information on the Siena Heights University transfer program.

*Federal regulations require Gainful Employment to be disclosed for certificate courses eligible for Federal Financial Aid. View the following disclosures: Basic Aviation Technology, Airframe Maintenance Technology, and Powerplant Maintenance Technology.