Making planes fly
After training in our hands-on program, join TSTC graduates at big airline companies like American Eagle, The Spaceship Company (for Virgin Galactic), Southwest Airlines, Texas Aerospace, SpaceX, or L3Harris. Or work for a government contractor for the Department of Defense, the Department of Homeland Security, or NASA.
The choice is yours—train for an Associate of Applied Science degree or aircraft Airframe Technology and/or Aircraft Powerplant Technology certification. With a background in aviation maintenance, you could find a job working on airplanes in no time at all.
In our Aircraft Airframe Technology program, you’ll learn how to repair and maintain airplanes. Your training lab isn’t just a regular lab. You’ll actually be applying your technical skills in hangars full of airplanes located near airports. Now that’s getting the real-world experience you need. Jumpstart your career earnings by obtaining both the Airframe (A) and Powerplant (P) certifications, which are preferred by the industry.