|A & P Prep Program|
AIRFRAME and POWERPLANT RATING PREPARATION PROGRAM
Let AMTI help you earn your Airframe and Powerplant license without the time and expense of attending a school. We will show you how to put your Civilian or Military aircraft experience to work for you. After you qualify for the experience requirements, AMTI can quickly and properly prepare you for the knowledge (written), oral and practical tests.
Why get an A & P license? Several reasons, the greatest of which is MONEY! Your employer will pay you more if you have your license, usually $1.00 to $2.00 per hour more for an A & P. Do the math, that's an extra $4160 per year before any overtime!
It doesn't matter if your name is Bill Boeing, Clyde Cessna, Donald Douglas or Wilbur Wright; nobody knows everything that's on the FAA tests. AMTI has a comprehensive plan to fill in those gaps in your knowledge base so you can take your tests with confidence. AMTI's multimedia/multiformat approach to test preparation ensures that you receive the information needed for success in the format that you are most comfortable with.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) officially recognizes your practical experience in aviation maintenance or manufacturing as the functional equivalent of graduating from an Aviation Maintenance Training School. (ref. 14 CFR §65.77) The FAA further recognizes that certain Military Occupational Specialty Codes may qualify you to take your tests, and other military specialties may qualify you as well.
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AMTI’s climate-controlled facility includes a Media Room/Computer Learning Center and a Workshop to provide you with all the tools you need to pass your written, oral & practical tests. You have the choice of one or a combination of resources, depending on what works for you. Whether its lecture, video, computer or hands-on practical, the format choice is up to you. AMTI encourages self-paced test preparation to allow you to quickly reach your goal: an Airframe and Powerplant License.
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II. Eligibility Requirements
In order to receive your airframe and/or powerplant certificate, you must:
(1) Be at least 18 years of age.
(2) Be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language.
(Non-English speaking applicants can qualify under certain circumstances. See 14 CFR §65.71.)
(3) Pass your prescribed tests within 24 months of being authorized to take them.
(4) Have documented at least 18 months of practical (work) experience for a single rating (airframe or powerplant), or 30 months combined practical experience for both airframe and powerplant ratings.
(ref. 14 CFR §65.71)
III. The Steps to Earning Your License.
If you have questions on any of the steps, feel free to contact AMTI by phone or Email. That is why we are here. Click on the "Long Version" link below for detailed step-by-step instructions.
The short version:
VII. Military Occupational Specialty Codes
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