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Old 09-04-2014, 03:03 AM   #1
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I did B.Tech and now I want to make my career in aviation so I want to get the list of colleges available courses for me aviation technician schools.
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Old 09-04-2014, 01:48 PM   #2
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IF you are in So cal area then I would advise you to take Airframe and Powerplant at a community college its way cheaper and I have been hearing bad things about AIM and Crimson on ripoffreport. Not sure if they are just mad students who didnt study or pass, but id rather not even invest if on the off chance it is a ripoff.

If not in socal then there are plenty of community colleges around you that should offer A&P Just keep searching.

I was about to go to school for A&P while waiting for my waiver to go through to help me more with getting my desired rate of AD. But, since I got news that it may be quicker than anticipated, I may not take the course. It's roughly and usually around 2-2.5 years of schooling for the whole program.


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thanks chris. i choose crimson technology for my carrrier. they are provide good teaching for airframe powerplant certification, FAA A&P training..
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