Aviation Maintenance Technology

Career and Technical Program


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Classes for this program are located in Hayden, Idaho, 7 miles from Coeur d’Alene at the Aerospace Center of Excellence

This program prepares students for entry-level employment in aerospace technology airframe maintenance mechanical fields. The curriculum fulfills the FAA requirements for lecture and lab hours needed prior to taking the FAA licensing exam. Students will receive the knowledge and skills necessary to work in various phases of aviation general and airframe industries. Students will receive hands on instruction from certified FAA Airframe and Power licensed instructors in lab setting approved by the FAA as a CFR part 147 school.


WorkingNation's Do Something Awesome series highlights North Idaho College's Aviation Maintenance program through the story of Jennifer Treman, a mother of two who made a career change to become a helicopter mechanic.


Instructor

Carl Cederquist
First Year Aviation Maintenance Instructor
Office: Aerospace Center 203
Phone: (208) 676-2343
Email: Carl.Cederquist@nic.edu

Earl Turner
Second year Aviation Maintenance Instructor
Office: Aerospace Center 203
Phone: (208) 625-2352 / (208) 449-3332
Email: Earl.Turner@nic.edu

For additional information please contact Career and Technical advising at (208) 769-3448 or techadvising@nic.edu.

ATEC Council logoFAA logoFor more information, please phone (208) 625-2344 or email ace@nic.edu.

Learn more about the basic requirements to become an aircraft mechanic.


Visit www.nic.edu/gainfulemployment for important information about the educational debt, earnings, and completion rates of students who attended this program.

 

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