Do you have a passion for fixing vehicles but just want something BIGGER? When they are traveling at 600 miles per hour at 35,000 feet above the Earth in an aircraft you maintained; pilots, passengers, and the flight crew will need to trust you with their lives!
|Entry Term||Fall Term|
|Length of Program||7 Terms (21 Months)|
|Diploma/Degree||Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.)|
Aviation Maintenance at Indian Hills Community College is a FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) approved program, which means students graduating from the program not only earn a degree from Indian Hills, but also a Federal Airframe and Powerplant License! This license will allow you to work on all types of aircraft, ANYWHERE in the United States! The program is located at the North Campus, just minutes from the Ottumwa Industrial Airport. The Aviation Maintenance program provides you with the skills to obtain a fun, exciting, challenging and rewarding career that offers good pay and benefits. There are few jobs that are more exhilarating than working on an aircraft.
It takes less than 2 years to complete the Aviation Maintenance program. Students graduate with an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree and the average starting wage is $20.00 per hour!
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Ready to take your education to the next level? Check out the Aviation Maintenance Program Details below to see how our program at Indian Hills Community College will help you get a Life.Changing. Career as an Airframe and Powerplant Technician, Aircraft Sheet Metal/Structures Technician, or Turbine Engine Technician!
The Federal Aviation Administration requires (FAA Order 8900.2C) that students can
read, speak, and write in the English language sufficiently. As a result, students
will be subject to taking the ESL ACCUPLACER Exam at the start of the program. Certain
scores may require additional developmental coursework to be taken. Please contact
us for more details on exact scores and concurrent enrollment specifications.
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Questions? Don’t stress. Just ask Dan!
Dan Brauhn, Professor, Aviation Maintenance Technology
(641)-683-4255 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 4255
Kim Dreaden, Program Director, North Campus
(641)-683-5111 ext. 1738 or (800) 726-2585, ext. 1738