Aviation Maintenance

The Aviation Maintenance program provides students with the technical training and skills to succeed in the aviation maintenance career field. Our industry is a high-growth industry with global employment opportunities in companies that support general aviation, corporate flight departments, commercial carriers, even the offshore oil and gas industry. After completing our training programs the student is prepared to take the Federal Aviation Administration licensing examinations. Upon completion of the examinamtions the graduates will be qualified for employment as aviation maintenance technicians.  

The Aviation Maintenance programs start classes each fall semester and, depending on the program, run from 3 to 6 semesters. These are selective programs with limited seats. Our next class will begin in the Fall semester of 2019 and the online application may be submitted beginning in January of 2019. Initial admissions decisions will be made in April of 2019. After which point remaining training seats will be offered on a first come first served basis until filled.

Our programs are offered as full-time programs and typically run from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm Monday through Friday.

Beginning January 2019, applications can be submitted online via the link posted on our webpage.

Please take some time to review our website and read about the admissions procedures as applying to the College alone is NOT sufficient for acceptance into the program. There are additional steps and procedures that must be followed.

The Aviation Maintenance program at BRCC offers the following programs;

To be eligible for admission to the Aviation Maintenance training programs (except the preparation course and licensing exams), the applicant must first be admitted to Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC). The application and all supporting documents must be received by the designated deadlines. Applicants will not be considered for admittance to the Aviation Maintenance Program until all required documents have been submitted and the applicant’s admissions file is complete. The copy of all supporting documents should be retained by the applicant as the College will not return supporting documents. After completing the application for admissions to BRCC a student can then apply to the program. It is important to note that although you receive a letter from BRCC saying you were accepted to the College this DOES NOT mean you have been accepted to the program. A separate application to the program must be submitted through the application links on the program pages. After a review of your application and entrance requirements you may be contacted to interview and conduct a site visit.

Beginning in January of 2019 applications will be accepted for the Fall 2019 semester. Initial acceptance decision will be made beginning April 2019. Applications received after that date will be evaluated individually, as they are received to fill the remaining seats.

Airframe and Powerplant ratings
The Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic CTS's allow the student the opportunity to earn a single rating, or to add to their existing mechanic's license. Each CTS takes 3 semesters and upon completion qualifies the student to sit for the written, oral, and practical licensing examinations. Adding a rating will only take 2 semesters since the general maintenance courses in the first semester do not have to be repeated. 

Aviation Maintenance Technician - AAS
The Aviation Maintenance Technician Associate of Applied Science (AAS) is an accredited degree program which combines the the Airframe and Powerplant technical training into a continuous program, and when combined with the general education required courses entitles the student to the AAS degree. With more and more employers seeking degreed employees for supervisory positions this program will give you the jump start on your career.

A&P Preparation
We also offer an A&P preparation course. This course is offered periodically throughout the year, but can be individually offered. For more information please contact the Aviation Department Chair.

DME and Licensing Examinations
BRCC is also a testing site for the FAA with a local Designated Maintenance Examiner. Although the examination are scheduled and coordinated with directly through the DME we welcome any candidate to our facility to test. Please feel free to contact our department chair if you are coming to test and would like to arrive a day early to see the facilities and get acquainted with our facility, tools, and equipment you will be tested on. Examinations can be scheduled with Bob Davis. His contact information is available on his website at www.davisaircraftbtr.com.

Program Brochure

Program Information and Required Tool List

Local Aviation Job Opportunities

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