Airframe Mechanic Schools
Statistics From SurveysStatistics From Surveys
Stats here are for those who have completed the program. Of those starting the program, 7 out of 7 (100%) of people surveyed successfully completed it.
|Program Completion Time||19 month(s)|
|Attended School Mostly Full-Time||43%|
|Program Difficulty (1-100)||62|
|Satisfied With the School||85%|
|Well-Prepared for Career||62%|
|Would Choose Program Again||86%|
|Career is Directly Related to Program||100%|
|Easy to Find Job||91%|
|How Long to Find First Job||6 month(s)|
|Working Mostly Full-Time||100%|
|Salary (Not Necessarily Full-Time)||$48,476|
|Salary Met Expectations||71%|
|Trouble Making Loan Payments||29%|
|Satisfied With the Career||80%|Schools Offering This Program, by StateSchools Offering This Program, by State
► Common Careers for this Major▼ Common Careers for this Major
People getting a certificate in this major often choose among careers such as (among others):
- Aircraft Mechanics and Service Technicians
- Aircraft Structure, Surfaces, Rigging, and Systems Assemblers
Why did people choose this program of study?Why did people choose this program of study?
"Because I was always passionate about planes and this was a great way to be close to them. I also want to be a pilot and in fact im taking the private pilote course as well."
"I have a love for aviation. This certification will allow me to find more jobs in a larger amount of places."
"It was the field my grandfather was in and I wanted to follow in his footsteps. Also it seemed like a great way to make money."
"I already had a degree. My company decided an specialization in the aviation field for me."
"Because of the jobs available pertaining to the program in the local market. The job security the program subject provided."
"It was closely related to my job at the time."
"The headquarters for Gulfstream Aerospace is located in Savannah, Georgia and the certificate would enable me to work there. The certificate would enable me to make a significant amount of income."
What surprised people about this program of study?What surprised people about this program of study?
"That it has a greater variety of subjects than I originally thought. It was also difficult to learn all of those subejects and continue to learn and study just like any other carreer and sometimes more demanding."
"I was surprise how quickly you get place on your own to work on a project or to complete complex tasks. Avaition isn't the only place a A&P can work I have been offered jobs working on windmills and rollercoaster."
"I was surprised I didn't make as much money as I was promised in the beginning. This field of work is not as fun as it seems to be, however."
"This field is so vast, there is so much to learn every day. Its surprising and there is so much to learn."
"Deciding to go to work for the federal government (public sector) I was extremely surprised at the red tape it took to get tools/suppplies to do the job. I thought, it was the federal government, they should be able to get anything and have priority over parts, tools, etc. It took about 2 years to get used to the slower pace of work versus what i was used to."
"What surprised me the most was how much different it was than the classroom. You can learn things but it never prepares you for every situation. I learned more on the job in a few months then I did in the classroom."
"I was surprised by the amount of math that was needed to receive the certificate. I felt like I was prepared thanks to college, however, I would advise others to brush up on their math."