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    This two-year program prepares students for continued education towards an Associate Degree and/or an Airframe and Power Plant Certification.  Students may also enter immediate employment in the aircraft maintenance industry following program completion. Instruction will include basic concepts of aircraft engines & components, shop safety/human factors, hand tools,
    fabrication of material, applying blueprints to repairs, inspection of aircraft, wiring, theory of flight and utilizing ground service equipment, as well as, related activities will be performed.

Program Instructor




    Ms. Lasley began her role as Aviation instructor during the 2018-2019 school year. She spent six years working for the Air National Guard as a mechanic and was stationed at Ramstein Air Base in Germany and Rosecrans Air National Guard Base in St. Joseph, Mo. Following her service, she obtained a bachelor’s degree in accounting and worked in various positions including as an accountant and human resources specialist.
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Aviation students working

Areas of Study

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    • Aircraft Blueprints/Drawings
    • Avionics
    • Aircraft Structure/Composition
    • Aircraft Sheet Metal and Welding
    • Aircraft Systems and Components
    • Safety and Human Factors


Career Opportunities


    Hourly Wage

    Average Salary

    Airfield Operations Specialist

    $ 25.31

    $ 52,650

    Aircraft, Structure, Surfaces, Rigging and Systems Assemblers

    $ 26.06

     $ 54,210

    Aviation Maintenance Tech

    $ 30.81

    $ 64,090

    Avionics Technician

    $ 36.04

    $ 74,970

    Aviation Inspectors

    $ 36.45

    $ 75,820

    Air Traffic Controllers

    $ 59.13

    $ 122,990



    *Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2019