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National Aviation Academy (NAA) has been training aviation professionals since 1932 and is a nationally recognized Aviation Maintenance training school preparing students for certification by the Federal Aviation Administration with campuses in New England and Florida.
In addition to the maintenance programs, NAA offers avionics training focused on the electrical components of aircraft including navigation, communication and in-flight entertainment systems.
Short courses are also available for qualified individuals who have an advanced aviation background. These programs help prepare students getting ready to take their final examinations as well as those seeking an inspector authorization or IA endorsement.
The Aviation Maintenance Management Technology (AVAMM-AS) program is an articulated program with the National Aviation Academy (NAA) and St. Petersburg College in Clearwater, Florida to obtain an Associate in Science Degree.
The graduates of this A.S. Degree in Aviation Maintenance Management Technology would also be eligible to transfer to the Bachelor of Applied Science Degree (BAS) in Technology Management.
The Advanced Aircraft Systems (AVT) program focuses on the Avionics technologies leading to National Center for Aircraft Technician Training (NCATT) certification.
Note: You must have your Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) A&P licenses prior to taking this program.
National Aviation Academy’s aviation maintenance education is an FAA Part 147 accredited program for students wanting an Airframe & Powerplant (A&P) certification. NAA also offers avionics training for those who possess an A&P certification.
The avionics course focuses on the electrical components and systems of an aircraft. NAA offers a 14-month Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) course and a 7-month Avionics Technology (AVT) program. When paired together, students will attend for 21 months and receive instruction in aviation maintenance and avionics in the Aviation Maintenance Professional (AMP) program.
Federal financial aid is available to those that qualify. Some of the opportunities include but are not limited to: Pell Grants, Stafford Loans, Alternative Student Loans, Parent Loans for Undergraduate Students (PLUS), and Veteran's Training.