Introduction to Aircraft Fabrication

This class is a continuing workforce education program. Ask us about Intro to Surface Prep and Composites Hand Layup.

Hours & Location

256 hours / 14 weeks

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

Start date Tuesday, September 13, 2021

Industrial and Culinary Calendar 2021-22

Aircraft Fabrication Flyer

FCTC Public Safety Campus

Cost

Tuition is approximately $1,516.00 plus books, uniforms and fees

Testing Requirements

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

High School Diploma, GED or Higher Degree required

Test Center

OVERVIEW

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

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Average Salary

$41,320 /year

WHAT YOU'll LEARN

Instruction

  • 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
Course Course Title Course Hours
1 Blueprint Reading Aviation 72
2 Aircraft Structural Technician 144
3 Aerospace Workplace Ethics 40

Industry Certifications

No industry certification is associated with this course

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

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

Steps to Enroll

Step 1‐ Attend a Program 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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