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National Aviation Academy is proud to offer programs specifically designed for individuals seeking a career in aviation maintenance. Currently four programs are offered and are geared toward similar goals but are customized to meet the needs of individual candidates. All NAA programs deliver course content with a mixture of lecture, laboratory and real world hands on experience. We encourage you to read the details of each course and determine which program is best for you.

Aviation Maintenance Professional - AMP

Our 21 month, 3,000 clock hour AMP program is our most comprehensive course designed to meet the needs of the aviation maintenance industry that increasingly is dependent upon advanced technology. Aviation companies that partner with NAA have requested that an aviation maintenance program be designed that specifically addresses not only fundamental understandings of core aviation maintenance topics, but also addresses cutting edge technologies often found in electrical systems. An understanding of avionic systems offers aviation maintenance professionals a competitive advantage in employment. Click here to learn more.

Aviation Maintenance Technology - AMT

Students who complete the 14 month, 2,000 clock hour Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program satisfy the FAA minimum requirements for aviation maintenance training. This core program prepares students to meet the basic subjects outlined for FAA Part 147 schools. Students are attracted to this program because of its fast pace. Students of the AMT program are taught 44 FAA mandated subjects that are divided into 3 sections; General, Airframe, and Power Plant. Click here to learn more.

Aviation Maintenance Certification - AMC

This specialized 2 week course is designed for candidates with prior aviation maintenance experience. Students best suited for this program have received permission from the FAA to move forward with testing for airframe and power plant certifications. Many students with prior military aviation experience have found this program ideal in quickly preparing them for their examinations. Click here to learn more.

Inspection Authorization - IA

The Inspection Authorization program is a four day course that prepares qualified candidates to obtain an Inspection Authorization Certificate from the FAA. Students must have valid A&P certificates and been active in the field for at least 2 years. Candidates pursuing this program are desiring to conduct annual and progressive inspections and approve major repairs and/or major alterations of aircraft holding or eligible to hold a U.S. type certificate. Click here to learn more.

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