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Aviation Maintenance Technology

 
Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) is certified and approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for Airframe and Powerplant training. Courses are offered at the AMT campus located on the northeast corner of the Shawnee Municipal Airport. Aviation Maintenance Technicians service, repair, and overhaul various components and systems including electrical and hydraulic systems, reciprocating and turbine engine systems, propellers, and fuel systems. AMT students also perform sheet metal structural repairs, and composite structural repairs. AMT students perform non-destructive testing of magnetic and non-magnetic metals and composite structures. The goal of the AMT program is to provide students with theory, shop practice, and practical experience necessary to become professional Airframe and Powerplant mechanics.

An FAA-authorized, PSI CATS Computer Testing Center is located at the Gordon Cooper AMT campus. FAA exams are administered in the testing center.

Instructors:

High School:                                 Alan Anderson      (405) 273-7493 Ext. 2716

Air Frame:                                    Robert Henson       (405) 273-7493 Ext. 2717

Power Plant:                                  Austin Beard         (405) 273-7493 Ext. 2719

General:                                           Tim Fox               (405) 273-7493 Ext. 2748

Campus Contact:  

Teresa Reich (405) 273-7493 Ext. 2715

Jeana Shrum (405) 273-7493 Ext. 2738

 

Course Information

LENGTH OF PROGRAM:

Adult student - 18 months  

 High School student – 32 months (Attend either am or pm for 2 yrs during HS and then complete 1 yr full time)

CLASS SCHEDULE:

Monday through Friday 

General Class           7:50a.m.-10:35a.m  &  11:35a.m.-2:20p.m.

Airframe Class          8:00a.m.-10:45a.m. & 11:45a.m.-2:30p.m.

Powerplant Class     8:10a.m.-10:55a.m. & 11:55a.m.-2:40p.m.

High School AM    8:20 am to 11:05 am

High School PM    1:00 pm to 3:45 pm

COURSE CONTENT: Content is divided into three areas:

  1. General and GAPE (General, Airframe, and Powerplant Electrical),
  2. Airframe, and
  3. Powerplant

 

STEPS OF COMPLETION:

    • Obtain completion certificates for Airframe and Powerplant
    • Pass all FAA written exams: General, Airframe and Powerplant (minimum passing grade of 70%)
    • Take the required Oral and Practical Exams: Airframe and Powerplant     

 

 APPROXIMATE PROGRAM EXPENSES:

Tuition (In District)  $5682.00                (Out of District) $11,364.00 

Books:                    $450.00

Dues:                     $10.00

Testing:                  $1,280.00