AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN – POWERPLANT (AM61)
Technical Certificate of Credit

The Aviation Maintenance Technician - Power Plant program prepares students for employment in the field of aviation maintenance. The program emphasizes a combination of aircraft power plant maintenance theory and practical application. Satisfactory completion of all AMT program courses entitles students to participate in the FAA power plant examinations and certifications. Central Georgia Technical College is a FAA Part 147 Certificated School.


Technical Certificate of Credit
Program Length 50 Credit Hours
Education Requirements High School Diploma or GED required, Minimum Age: 16
Entrance Dates Every Semester
Offered Warner Robins Campus

Minimum placement test scores for this program can be found in the College Assessment Requirement section of the catalog.

   

Credit Hours

The following courses are FAA approved:  
General  
AVMT 1000 Aviation Mathematics
2
AVMT 1010 Aircraft Maintenance Regulations
2
AVMT 1020 Aircraft Applied Sciences I
5
AVMT 1025 Aircraft Applied Sciences II
4
AVMT 1030 Aircraft Electricity and Electronics
5
AVMT 1210 Aviation Physics
2
     
Powerplant  
AVMT 2210 Reciprocating Engine Powerplants I
3
AVMT 2220 Reciprocating Engine Powerplants II
4
AVMT 2230 Gas Turbine Powerplants I
3
AVMT 2240 Gas Turbine Powerplants II
3
AVMT 2260 Aircraft Engine Fuel and Fuel Metering Systems
4
AVMT 2270 Powerplant Instruments, Fire Protection and Electrical Systems
3
AVMT 2275 Powerplant Ignition and Starting Systems
4
AVMT 2280 Aircraft Powerplant Accessory Systems
3
AVMT 2285 Aircraft Propeller Systems
3
     
 
Total Hours
50