If you are interested
in our A&P course, you should
have your FAA certification (Form 8610-2) in hand before you start this
program. If you are in an area where there is no FAA presence, you can start
and complete the program and, then at a later time, come back for a free
refresher after receiving your FAA certification (Form 8610-2). If you are
out of the country, we invite you upon your return to
the States to come to one of our facilities for your refresher course, if
needed. This will greatly expedite receiving your certificate/license in
as short a time as possible.
By using our
link to several letter templates, including a special format for military
personnel, and using the FAA links information and guidance, you should
be able to put together a good letter to be signed by your
supervisor/manager who, ideally, will already have the A&P certification.
This will greatly enhance your qualification to attend our
class and to take the FAA exams.
Our courses are predicated
on a 30-day time period, but exceptions may be made for unusual situations.
We will make the final determination as to how many additional days you
would be allowed. Remember that, in our classrooms, the usual time is six
days to complete our classes. We don't rush you. But if you are not diligent
about your study habits, you will not finish the course.
The Next Steps
- Fill out our A&P
CONTRACT (or Download Form), which
you may do online, then print a copy for your records.
- Then REGISTER
AND PAY for
your desired program.
- After you complete your registration, we will send you a confirmation
by email, providing you with links to the online study guides and a
keycode to access our online Test Center. The Test Center provides
practice exams to help you determine your progress.
Questions before signing up? Contact us for more information.