The Aviation Powerplant Mechanics program is designed to prepare students for employment or advanced training in the commercial and general aviation industry. Instruction is designed to prepare students for Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) license examinations for Airframe ratings. Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) Part 147 identifies minimum requirements for AMT schools. Any changes to the FAA-approved course content must be approved in advance. This program prepares students for employment as an Aviation Maintenance General Technician, and an Aviation Powerplant Maintenance Technician.
STUDENTS WISHING TO CONTINUE TO THE AVIATION POWERPLANT MECHANIC PROGRAM WILL NEED TO ENROLL FOR ANOTHER 810 HOURS AT A TUITION RATE OF $2,365.20 PLUS REGISTRATION ($150.00) AND LAB FEES ($400.00) AND THE POWERPLANT TEXTBOOK KIT ($94.00) FOR A TOTAL OF: $3,009.20.
Aviation Power Plant Mechanics · I470612/I470622 · 1350 Hours
|OCP||Course Number||Course Title||Course Length||SOC Code|
|A||AMT0705||Aviation Maintenance General Technician||450||49-3011|
|B||AMT0775||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant Technician 1||450||49-3011|
|B||AMT0776||Aviation Maintenance Powerplant Technician 2||450||49-3011|
|$3,942.00||Florida Resident Tuition ($2.92 x 1350 hours)|
|$225.00||Registration Fee ($75.00 per semester x 3)|
|$90.00||Facility Usage Fee ($30.00 per semester x 3)|
|$600.00||Lab Fee ($200.00 per semester x 3)|
|$1,085.00||Miscellaneous Fee (paid first semester)|
|Total Costs $6,252.70|