Introduction to Aircraft Fabrication

This class is offered as a continuing workforce education program


256 hours / 14 weeks

Monday – Friday 6 – 10 PM
Every other Saturday 8 AM – 5 PM

Next class start date to be announced



Testing Requirements

Verbal: 10
Quantitative: 10
Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS)
Reading: 244
Math: 241
Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) scores are valid for up to two years

High School Diploma, GED or Higher Degree required

Test Center


FCTC Public Safety Campus

Meet the Instructor

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Extensive hands-on work, with a heavy emphasis on working with aluminum components and standard aviation fabrication tools

Skills needed to prepare and assemble components of new aircraft in an industrial setting

Average Salary

$63,040 /year



  • Maintain & repair aircraft airframes
  • High-tech advances in aerospace
  • Assemble practical aircraft structural projects
  • Challenges confronting aviation
  • Vision of aviation’s economic & social impacts
  • Safety concerns & procedures
  • Ethics, regulations & rules
Aircraft Fabrication
CourseCourse TitleCourse Hours
1Blueprint Reading Aviation72
2Aircraft Structural Technician144
3Aerospace Workplace Ethics40

Industry Certifications

No industry certification is associated with this course


  • Aircraft manufacturer
  • Aircraft repair
  • Airports
  • Aerospace Technician
  • Composite Fabricator

Steps to Enroll

Step 1‐ Attend aProgram Information Session & Tour

Step 2‐ Apply for Federal Student Aid

Step 3‐ Gather Needed Documents

Step 4‐ Register for Classes

Instructor / Contact

Name: Charles Harper
Email:[email protected]
Phone: (904) 547-3440

Name: Karen Mathis
Email:[email protected]
Phone: (904) 547-3376

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