Instrumental knowledge

Avionics technicians are specialists who repair and maintain a plane’s electronic instruments, such as radio communication devices and equipment, radar systems, and navigation aids. As we see more use of digital technology, more time is spent maintaining a plane’s computer systems. Graduates from TSTC’s program in Avionics Technology know all of the latest airplane technology.

Program Details

TSTC leads the way in aviation mechanics training. Learn the skills to repair and maintain onboard airplane electronics in our cutting-edge avionics labs. Through hands-on training, you’ll learn to repair navigational and communications radios. You’ll also learn to troubleshoot digital audio systems, flight management computers, and aircraft autopilot systems. Your skills will keep airplanes, and your career, off the ground.

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Avionics Technology
Associate of Applied Science
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