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Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) Program Disclosures
The Department of Education lists the following occupations as potential careers for graduates of the Airframe and Powerplant program:*
|49-3011.00||Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians|
|51-2011.00||Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assemblers|
Additional information is available by visiting www.onetonline.org and entering the six-digit Standard Occupational Code (SOC) in the Occupation Search Area.
Damian Zapata, a 2008 Airframe and Powerplant graduate of Redstone College who is a Field Technician and Inspector
Why did you choose Redstone?
I wanted to attend a good school, and browsed the Internet for aviation schools throughout the country. I decided on Redstone because of the reputation for its Airframe and Powerplant program.
How did your Redstone education and training prepare you for your current job?
The education and skills I received at Redstone College gave me the credentials I needed for employment.
What were the most positive aspects of attending Redstone College?
The instructors and administration at Redstone College were great. Even though I had a mechanical background, I didn't know much about aircraft mechanics. By the time I graduated, I was confident I knew what I was doing to be successful as an A&P mechanic.
How would you describe your overall experience at Redstone College?
It was great. I made lifelong friends at Redstone College. My Redstone education was hands-down a good investment for employment.
Would you recommend Redstone College to other students?
Yes. Students should have a goal in mind because Redstone College is preparing him or her for specific employment.