11-KCTC Aviation Electronics
Sessions: 6:55 – 9:10 AM, 9:15 – 11:30 AM, 12:00 – 2:15 PM
This program is for students interested in electricity, electronics, avionics, aircraft maintenance, engineering, and flight sciences. Students learn electrical theory, basic troubleshooting, systems repair, and installation into working aircraft. The course is offered at the KAC hangar at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport. Students enrolled in this program troubleshoot electronic components, learn electrical theory, and install equipment in real aircraft. The learning environment reflects a real workplace students might encounter during a career in avionics including electrical and electronic systems repair, and troubleshooting. Upon course completion students should be prepared to take the NCATT AET (Aircraft Electronics Technician) exam, which grants national certification as an AET.