Aviation maintenance is a dynamic career field, changing continuously since Charles Taylor, the first aircraft mechanic, helped design, build, and maintain the engine for the 1903 Wright Brothers’ Flyer. Now and in the future, aircraft maintenance will continue to change. New designs and materials in aircraft construction and the interface between complex space-age systems, such as navigational aides, fly-by-wire, flight controls and electronic fuel controls, as well as the improvements in the time proven systems such as hydraulics and propellers continue to add to the mysticism of flight.

FAA regulation, 14 CFR Part 65, establishes what education and skill requirements must be met prior to testing for the General,Airframe, and Powerplant certification.

  • To download the information brochure click here 
  • Click here for a printable 8610-2. (Do not sign in block IV. Applicants Certification until advised by the FAA representative.)

 

*Please contact our Admissions department for more information.*

North Central Institute has certified test proctors available to administer FAA written exams and Designated Mechanic Examiners (DMEs) available onsite. No traveling necessary.  

North Central Institute’s AMT 147 Program is approved and mandated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA)

 

 

Required Book list:

 

 

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