Aircraft Mechanic Airframe Apprenticeship Program

Aircraft Mechanic Airframe Apprenticeship Program

AJAC’s aircraft mechanic (Airframe) program is taught to FAA regulations and gives your employees the opportunity to learn and enhance their knowledge of a variety of skills. These skills include: Inspection, Airframe Structures, Control Systems, Hydraulic Systems, Electrical, Aircraft Drawings, Aircraft Finishes, Advanced Composites and more! Upon graduation, the apprentice will meet the FAA’s 18 month experience requirements and be eligible to apply for permission to test for their Airframe Certificate and/or Rating (8610-2).

Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC)

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Washington State funded the creation of the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC), an aerospace and advanced manufacturing apprenticeship program, to offer Washington State employers a prove...Washington State funded the creation of the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee (AJAC), an aerospace and advanced manufacturing apprenticeship program, to offer Washington State employers a proven method to capture the knowledge and skills of their most experienced tradespeople and pass it on to the next generation of productive employees. Apprenticeship combines supervised on-the-job training experience (93% of the time) with classroom instruction (7% of the time). According to employer need, AJAC has developed and implemented the following registered apprenticeship programs: -Machinist (Aircraft-Oriented) -Aircraft Mechanic Airframe -Precision Metal Fabricator -Tool and Die Maker More

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