Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Training Program

Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) SchoolPrepare your career for take-off. If you're looking for an aircraft mechanic school, the Redstone College Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) associate degree program may be just what you need. Our A&P program is certified by the Federal Aviation Administration in accordance with 14CFR Part 147, preparing you to take the FAA A&P certification exam in as little as 18 months.* You'll spend less time in school and more time earning money, as many comparable programs take 19-24 months to complete.

To ensure that our curriculum trains you with the skills that industry employers seek, Redstone has advisory boards with representatives from major airlines, aircraft manufacturers and aviation and powerplant maintenance companies.

 

Besides the instructor's proficiency in teaching the material, the equipment and training aids provided detailed experience in what I would work on as an aircraft mechanic.

Christopher Anderson, 2012 graduate
 

Many of our classes take place in simulated work environments where Redstone’s hands-on and fast-track approach can help qualify you for an entry-level job quickly. You'll work with our industry-savvy faculty members who can help you learn to:

  • ensure airplanes are safe for flying each day
  • repair and maintain jets
  • inspect aviation components for problems
  • test all repairs to ensure safety
  • listen to descriptions of aircraft problems, find their causes and make the repairs

Aircraft/Airplane Mechanic Schools

An airframe and powerplant (A&P) license can help you move towards a career in aircraft mechanics, so start your A&P training now with Redstone College. Click here or call 1-877-801-1025 today!

* Redstone prepares graduates for certification. Graduates wishing to attain certification must take and pass any applicable test/exams.
 
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Finishing your education is one of the best steps you can take to help secure that great career you've always wanted.

 

"Employment of aircraft and avionics equipment mechanics and technicians is projected to grow 6 percent from 2010 to 2020."

Bureau of Labor Statistics OOH
2012-13 Edition, visited 05/01/12
 
 
 
 

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