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Come Visit Us: July 6 Aviation Maintenance Program Open House
Please join us Wednesday, July 6, at Gateway STEM High School, 5101 McRee Avenue, to tour the Aviation Maintenance facility, meet the instructors, hear from aerospace industry representatives, and start your enrollment process.
Tours start every 30 minutes and last an hour and a half. Call ahead and register for one of the following times: 10:00, 10:30 or 11:00 a.m. Please contact Becky Epps at 314-513-4271 to register.
STLCC’s aviation maintenance technology program prepares students to diagnose and complete repair work on aircraft engines and assemblies including hydraulic and pneumatic systems. Students can earn a Certificate of Proficiency in General Airframe (33 credit hours) and a Certificate of Proficiency in Power Plant (21 credit hours). Students attend classes full-time, five days per week. The General, Airframe and Power Plant coursework is completed in two school years. This program is offered in partnership with St. Louis Public Schools and training takes place at Gateway STEM High School but is open to all ages.
Aviation Maintenance Technology training areas include:
- Electrical theory and systems
- Mathematics and physics related to aviation
- Maintenance publications, forms and records
- Ground operations
- Fluid lines & fittings
- Aircraft drawings
- Materials and fabrication techniques used in aircraft construction including wood, metals and composites, and fasteners
- Fire detection
- Airframe systems, such as instruments, landing gear, navigation, hydraulics & pneumatics, cabin environment, fuel
- Assembly & rigging
- Powerplant systems, such as electrical, ignition, lubrication, airflow, exhaust, propellers
- Human factors
Download the event flyer (pdf).