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AIM Schools Earn FAA Elite Diamond Award of Excellence

Posted by on Feb 13, 2015

faa_diamond_awardWe are pleased to announce that AIM Indianapolis (AMI) and AIM Chesapeake (AMN) are the recipients of the prestigious 2014 Diamond Award of Excellence from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Maintenance Technician Awards Program. This is the 11th award for AMI and AMN received their first award in 2007 and has earned numerous awards since then. The program began as a way for the FAA to encourage Aircraft Maintenance Technicians (AMTs) and employers to participate aggressively in available initial and recurrent maintenance training. Through the AMT Awards Program, the FAA recognizes eligible Technicians and employers by issuing awards to those who receive or promote and foster initial and recurrent training.


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How to Save Money on Aviation Maintenance Training

Posted by on May 14, 2014

How to Save Money on Aviation Maintenance Training

How to Save Money on Aviation Maintenance Training | AIM

With the negative publicity regarding student loans and the associated debt, going into skills training raises wariness. The fear of gaining skills at the cost of incredible debt is a reasonable one.

Being a field in demand, grants, scholarships, and skill financing programs exist in abundance for aviation maintenance training. The following options allow you to finance this education without incurring significant debt.


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The Ultimate Checklist for Attending Aviation Maintenance Training

Posted by on May 8, 2014

The Ultimate Checklist for Attending Aviation Maintenance Training

The Ultimate Checklist for Attending Aviation Maintenance Training | AIM

Every airport has two worlds. There is the busy travelers’ traffic area with crowded gates, food courts, and shopping malls. But, behind the scenes are hundreds of workers keeping your flight on time and safe to fly. To put it simple, planes don’t fly without aviation maintenance personnel.

Small airports and large, private and public airports, they all require aviation maintenance technicians. In the smallest venues, you might get walk-on opportunity based on your service mechanic background and love of everything aviation. Many military vets come to the job with their in-service training stripes. But, if you want to make yourself marketable in a job you like and/or want to advance on your aviation career path, plan on continuing your aviation maintenance training.


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