Avionics Technician Program Overview
The mission of George T. Baker Aviation Technical College is to provide quality occupational training to persons interested in aircraft maintenance and avionics and for them to become gainfully employed in the industry.
The Avionics Technician program (1200-hours) prepares students for entry-level positions in electronics and avionics and develops academic, technical, and professional skills required for job acquisition, retention, and advancement.
The curriculum includes a combination of electronics and avionics theory and practical applications necessary for successful employment. Program graduates receive an Electronic Technology and Avionics program completion certificates.
Tuition Cost of the Program:
Tuition cost for Florida residents is approximate $5,600 (Tuition cost for Visa students is approximate $18,000). Prices are subject to change without prior notice.
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- Soldering & Basic Laboratory Practices
- Employability Skills
- Entrepreneurial Skills
- D.C. Circuits
- Basic Computer
- A.C. Circuits
- Solid State Devices
- Digital Circuits
- Analog Circuits
- Radio Repair Stations
- Aircraft Electrical Systems