Aviation Maintenance Technology

A Program Designed for You – Fully FAA Certified!

The Aviation Maintenance Technology program will prepare students for FAA Certification, and lay the foundation for an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Aviation Maintenance, and transfer into a variety of four-year programs.

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Hear From Our Students

Hear from our students and area employers about the Aviation Maintenance program at Cape Cod Community College.

Career Opportunities

This unique airplane maintenance training program meets a critical need for highly skilled technicians in airframe and power plant repair and certification.

Global fleet growth will continue to drive a strong demand for technicians to repair and maintain the airplanes… As airlines continue to take delivery of new airplanes, advances in airplane technology will drive an increased need for technicians skilled in avionics, composites, and digital troubleshooting.Boeing Corporation, Technician Outlook: 2017–2036

For additional information: http://www.boeing.com/commercial/market/pilot-technician-outlook/2017-technician-outlook/

National, regional, and local airlines including Jet Blue, Cape Air, and the U.S. Coast Guard are providing strong support, and are waiting for graduates to start filling critical needs in numerous sectors of the aviation industry where major shortages of highly skilled technicians exist now, and are expected to continue for many years to come.


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Upcoming Information Sessions

Aviation Maintenance Technology Information Sessions are strongly recommended for all applicants to the this program. The Director of Admissions and the Program Coordinator will share up-to-date information about the program and answer questions about the curriculum and the admissions process.

All AMT Information Sessions and Tours will be held on the following times and dates:

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Information Sessions are held at the Plymouth Airport Hangar Facility:

Plymouth Airport
246 South Meadow Road
Plymouth, MA 02360
Gate 6, Building S3–H1 & H2

Aerial view of the Plymouth Airport

Financial Resources are Available

Financial Aid is available and everyone is encouraged to look into the many options that are offered to help pay for aviation maintenance training at CCCC.

Financial Resources

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Certificates & Degree Program

Aviation Maintenance Technology Certificates

The Aviation Maintenance Technology program provides you with knowledge and skills necessary for a career working on aviation systems and aircraft throughout the United States. Highly qualified instructors help prepare students for the FAA airframe and powerplant exam leading to certification in General Airframe and Powerplant maintenance. Instruction includes both theory and hands-on practical projects.

Aviation Maintenance Technology Degree Program

The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) Degree in Aviation Maintenance builds on the General Airframe and Powerplant maintenance certification program or the experience of practicing aircraft technicians. Students combine certification courses with general academic credit courses to earn their AAS Degree.

AMT101 Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT): General Module 1

AMT102 Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT): General Module 2

AMT201 Aviation Maintenance Technology: Airframe Module 1

AMT202 Aviation Maintenance Technology: Airframe Module 2

AMT203 Aviation Maintenance Technology: Powerplant Module 1

AMT204 Aviation Maintenance Technology: Powerplant Module 2

Want to Learn More?

For more information about opportunities in the field of aviation, a tour of our state-of-the-art facility, details on the 12-month accelerated program, A.A.S. Degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology, or how to enroll, please contact the Admissions Office:

Roberto Flores, Admissions Counselor
Phone 774.994.0197
E-mail rflores@capecod.edu

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1501594. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.