Aviation Maintenance Technology
An FAA-authorized, PSI CATS Computer Testing Center is located at the Gordon Cooper AMT campus. FAA exams are administered in the testing center.
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
Teresa Reich (405) 273-7493 Ext. 2715
Jeana Shrum (405) 273-7493 Ext. 2738
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)
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:
- General and GAPE (General, Airframe, and Powerplant Electrical),
- Airframe, and
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