|General Aerospace Core Program
Core classes listed below are not tied to specialty area dates. Upon successful completion, students choose a specialty.
Certificate in Basic Aviation Manufacturing, a critical and complex technical field of aviation manufacturing. The student will be introduced to valuable skills in aviation technology needed for a precision aerospace technologist. This certificate will provide a basic understanding of general aviation manufacturing procedures.
Topics covered include basic aircraft familiarization, sealing, electrical bond and ground, aircraft drawings and work instructions, assembly hand tools, precision measuring and aviation materials and processes. Other areas covered are aircraft cleaning and corrosion control. The certificate includes 9 modules of theory and practical application.
If you're undecided about which specialty to take, sign up for Core now as a stand-alone class. This will allow you to take whichever specialty you are interested in at a later date.
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Prerequisites: Students must have 8th grade level reading and math skills proficiency, be over 18 years of age, and have access to a computer with high speed internet and e-mail (no dial-up modem). High School Diploma or GED recommended but not required by College.
Special notes: Future employers may perform background checks and drug testing.
Students are required to achieve a minimum of 3.0 (80%) on all online quizzes and on the final face-to-face test in order to receive a Certificate of Completion and move on to their specialty program.
To Register: Make payment online and complete a registration form. E-mail form to email@example.com or fax
425-267-5749 (see registration form left side of Home page).
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