AMT - Aviation Maintenance Technology Outcomes

AAS: Aviation Maintenance Technology

  • Make independent and accurate airworthiness judgments in the process of inspecting and maintaining aircraft structures and powerplants in accordance with applicable airworthiness requirements.
  • Develop and implement a plan for aircraft maintenance action based on research and understanding of appropriate maintenance and inspection data.
  • Troubleshoot aircraft structures, powerplants and their associated systems with a discerning recognition of the specific malfunction within the scope of the overall aircraft and associated systems and accomplish the correct maintenance action that will allow approval for return to service of the affected items.
  • Develop and act upon a personal attitude and plan of "Safety Awareness" and compliance that includes one’s self, ones’ co-workers, the work area, and the aircraft.
  • Satisfy the FAA required competencies for completing the required written, oral and practical exams for the Airframe and Powerplant ratings of the FAA Mechanic certificate.
  • Integrate airframe and powerplant knowledge to create adaptable solutions to evolving problems satisfying the greater aviation maintenance industry need.
  • Be prepared to transfer to a college or university for upper level studies in aviation or industrial management. 1.2010

Two-Year Certificate: Aviation Maintenance Technology

  • Make independent and accurate airworthiness judgments in the process of inspecting and maintaining aircraft structures and powerplants in accordance with applicable airworthiness requirements.
  • Develop and implement a plan for aircraft maintenance action based on research and understanding of appropriate maintenance and inspection data.
  • Troubleshoot aircraft structures, powerplants and their associated systems with a discerning recognition of the specific malfunction within the scope of the overall aircraft and associated systems and accomplish the correct maintenance action that will allow approval for return to service of the affected items.
  • Develop and act upon a personal attitude and plan of "Safety Awareness" and compliance that includes one’s self, ones’ co-workers, the work area, and the aircraft.
  • Satisfy the FAA required competencies for completing the required written, oral and practical exams for the Airframe and Powerplant ratings of the FAA Mechanic certificate.
  • Integrate airframe and powerplant knowledge to create adaptable solutions to evolving problems satisfying the greater aviation maintenance industry need. 1.2010

One-Year Certificate: Aviation Maintenance Technology - Airframe

  • Make independent and accurate airworthiness judgments in the process of inspecting and maintaining airframe structures and associated systems in accordance with applicable airworthiness requirements.
  • Develop and implement a plan for airframe or system maintenance action based on research and understanding of appropriate maintenance and inspection data.
  • Troubleshoot airframe or associated system problems with a discerning recognition of the specific malfunction within the scope of the overall aircraft and associated systems and accomplish the correct maintenance action that will allow approval for return to service of the affected items.
  • Develop and act upon a personal attitude and plan of "Safety Awareness" and compliance that includes one’s self, ones’ co-workers, the work area, and the aircraft.
  • Satisfy the FAA required competencies for completing the required written, oral and practical exams for the airframe rating of the FAA Mechanic certificate. 1.2010

One-Year Certificate: Aviation Maintenance Technology - Powerplant

  • Make independent and accurate airworthiness judgments in the process of inspecting and maintaining aircraft powerplants in accordance with applicable airworthiness requirements.
  • Develop and implement a plan of powerplant maintenance action based on research and understanding of appropriate maintenance and inspection data.
  • Troubleshoot powerplant problems with a discerning recognition of the specific malfunction within the scope of the larger engine and associated systems and accomplish the correct maintenance action that will allow approval for return to service of the affected items.
  • Develop and act upon a personal attitude and plan of "Safety Awareness" and compliance that includes one’s self, ones’ co-workers, the work area, and the aircraft.
  • Satisfy the FAA required competencies for completing the required written, oral and practical exams for the powerplant rating of the FAA Mechanic certificate. 1.2010