Aviation Maintenance Technology

Note: Student fees, books and clothing are not covered by the Next Step Scholarship … call Kristi Stephens, counselor, (405) 422-2252 to make sure you qualify

  • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA, part 147) approved program
  • Develop a broad knowledge of aircraft systems through advanced installation, overhauling and testing procedures

  • Inspect, repair and maintain essential aviation components from airframe structures to powerplant systems

  • Troubleshoot aircraft operation using FAA‐approved procedures

  • 20 months in length

  • Course is 1,980 hours:
    August-May: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (campus closed on Fridays)

  • Cost is $2/hour, plus books, unless you qualify for the Next Step Scholarship if you:

    1. are under age 24
    2. have a high school diploma or GED
    3. live within the district

 

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Aviation Maintenance Technician, OCAS 9901

Courses

Hours

General480
Airframe828
Powerplant672
Total Hours1980

 

Course NameHours
General 
Fundamentals of Electricity and Electronics120
Aircraft Drawings30
Weight and Balance30
Fluid Lines and Fittings30
Aircraft Materials, Hardware, and Processes42
Ground Operations and Servicing30
Cleaning and Corrosion Control36
Mathematics36
Regulations, Maintenance Forms, Records, and Publications36
Physics for Aviation36
Inspection Concepts and Techniques30
Human Factors24
Airframe 
Metallic Structures156
Non-Metallic Structures114
Flight Controls72
Airframe Inspection60
Landing Gear Systems48
Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems60
Environmental Systems30
Aircraft Instrument Systems30
Communications, Light Signals, and Runway Lighting Systems36
Aircraft Fuel Systems30
Aircraft Electrical Systems84
Ice and Rain Control Systems30
Airframe Fire Protection Systems30
Rotorcraft Fundamentals30
Water and Waste Systems18
Powerplant 
Reciprocating Engines144
Turbine Engines102
Engine Inspection84
Engine Instrument Systems30
Engine Fire Protection Systems24
Engine Electrical Systems30
Engine Lubrication Systems30
Ignition and Starting Systems42
Engine Fuel and Fuel Metering Systems30
Reciprocating Engine Induction and Cooling Systems30
Turbine Engine Air Systems30
Engine Exhaust and Reverser Systems30
Propellers66
  • Airframe and Powerplant certifications

High School Students

N/A


 

Adult Students

Full-time Only 

Approximate Completion Time: 19 months

El Reno Campus 
Hours: Monday – Friday (M – Th during summer) | 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

  • Aviation Maintenance Technician

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Adult Program Curriculum

Note: Student fees, books and clothing are not covered by the Next Step Scholarship … call Kristi Stephens, counselor, (405) 422-2252 to make sure you qualify

  • Course is 1,980 hours:
    August-May: Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
    Summer Hours: Monday-Thursday, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (campus closed on Fridays)
  • Cost is $2/hour, plus books, unless you qualify for the Next Step Scholarship if you:
    1) are under age 24
    2) have a high school diploma or GED
    3) live within the district
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