Program Details: 62 weeks (approx. 15 months)
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Outcomes: The curriculum follows Transport Canada's guidelines and upon successful completion of the program, Transport Canada will grant graduates 18 months of experience credits toward the 48-month experience requirement for an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer license. Graduates also receive a diploma in Aircraft Maintenance Engineering from Northern Lights College.
Employment Opportunities: Aircraft Maintenance Technicians work for airline companies, the armed forces, and anywhere where aircraft are engineered, manufactured or maintained.
Locations: Vernon Aerospace Campus 6225 Okanagan Landing Rd
Training Schedule: Intake Dates
Tuition Fee & Details ** Tuition does not include the 14 wk Term at Northern Lights College (costs available on request 1-877-755-2266 ext. 5619).
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