Department Faculty

Galen Wilson (Department Chair)
Aviation Technology Instructor

Scott Hepburn
Aviation Technology Instructor

Christopher Chaves
Aviation Technology Instructor

Tim Pfau
Technical Assistant

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Aviation Maintenance Technology

Our Aviation Maintenance Technology Program utilizes several instructional formats such as lecture and extensive hands-on training in labs and on live aircraft to meet the requirements of FAA Part 147 AMT-certified schools. Ours student will be exposed to a wide variety of content including but not limited to basic electricity, aircraft drawings, weight and balance, ground operations and servicing, corrosion control, assembly and rigging, airframe inspection, landing gear systems, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, instruments, communication and navigation systems, fuel systems, fire protection, reciprocating and turbine engines, ignition and starting systems, exhaust and reverser systems, and propellers.

Upon successful completion of the program, students will be qualified to become federally certified general and airframe-rated aviation maintenance technicians.


Program of Study