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CTECS schools for aviation maintenance technicians are now accepting applications for the August 2021 class. Receive hands-on training with industry-experienced teachers.
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Stratford School for Aviation Maintenance Technicians, an extension campus of Bristol Technical Education Center, is located in Stratford, Connecticut.
The two-year Aviation Maintenance Technician program provides training that enables the student to develop operative skills that meet the license requirements of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Graduates from this program may obtain jobs as airport mechanics and technicians for aircraft and power plant companies.
The Connecticut Technical Education and Career System’s schools for aviation maintenance technicians are now accepting applications for the August 2021 class. Adult learners with an interest in aviation maintenance are encouraged to apply. The [...]
Bristol Technical Education Center is applying for reaffirmation of accreditation with the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education and hosting a visit on March 8-12, 2021. Persons wishing to make comments should write [...]
As you know, our schools are now closed until at least April 20, 2020, due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Due to the importance of your education and profession, we have we have temporarily suspended normal operations at CT Aero Tech and the Stratford School for Aviation Maintenance Technicians until such time as we can safely return to the schools.
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