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George T. Baker Aviation Technical College is located at 3275 N.W. 42 Avenue, adjacent to the Miami International Airport. The school is a public, tax-supported institution authorized by the Florida Department of Education and operated by the Miami-Dade County Public School System. It is accredited by the Council on Occupational Education (COE) and the National Center for Aircraft Technician Training (NCATT) and is certificated by the Federal Aviation Administration under Part 147 of the Federal Aviation Regulations. Certificate # CT9T072R.
Baker Aviation is currently preparing approximately 1,000 dual enrolled and post-secondary students for careers in aviation. For dual enrolled students, we offer instruction in aviation assembly, avionics, and aircraft maintenance (airframe and powerplant). For post-secondary students, we offer instruction in electronics, avionics, and aircraft maintenance (airframe and powerplant). Upon completion of their respective course of study, both dual enrolled and post-secondary students may receive certificates issued from the NCATT, FCC, and FAA. We are one of only two schools in Florida to be accredited by the NCATT and the only school in the country to offer NCATT accredited courses to dual enrolled students.
The staff and community at George T. Baker Aviation Technical College firmly believe that all students are capable of learning. We, therefore, are committed to developing each student’s academic, social, physical, ethical, and emotional potential in a safe and nurturing environment, thereby creating lifelong learners and productive citizens prepared to enter a global workforce. The staff and community at George T. Baker Aviation Technical College are dedicated to creating a school climate that is safe and provides the most modern instructional materials. The staff and community at George T. Baker Technical College are dedicated to creating a positive, cooperative working relationship between the administration, faculty, staff, parents, and the community who will work together in support of a program of excellence for all our students.
Ciro R. Hidalgo, Principal
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