Stratford School for Aviation Maint. Technicians

Stratford, CT, US


The 20-month (2400 hours) aviation maintenance curriculum provides training that enables the student to develop operative skills that meet the certification requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration.

Upon completing the General, Airframe and Powerplant curriculums, the student is prepared to take the FAA examinations. By passing these FAA examinations, the applicant is certified as an (AMT) Aviation Maintenance Technician.

The School for Aviation Maintenance Technician is a venture into the actual world of aviation where the student will:

* study in a facility thoroughly equipped for practical "hands on" training.

* be exposed to a variety of theory and shop classes: metal work, woodwork, welding, hydraulics, electrical, electronics, painting, and engine overhaul (turbine and reciprocating).

* become proficient in approximately 50 skills trade areas.

* learn to interpret FAA regulations and manufacturer's technical specifications.

The FAA's minimum academic requirement for the AMT certificate is a high school diploma or GED. Mathematical and mechanical aptitude are essential, as well as, reading, writing and language skills.

Graduates from this program may obtain jobs as mechanics at airports, technicians with aircraft and powerplant companies.

This is a FAA Part 147 School TF5T221N.


1. Obtain an application form by calling the school.

2. Return the completed application form, with the $50.00 processing fee.

Direct inquiries to:
Mr. Gary Kelman
Stratford School for Aviation Maint. Technicians
Sikorsky Memorial Airport
200 Great Meadow Road
Stratford, CT 06615


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