On Oct. 17, Blue Ridge Community College (BRCC) will launch the nation’s first FAA-approved online program in aviation maintenance.
Upon completion, graduates will be eligible to take the FAA written, oral, and practical exams for a Mechanic’s Certification with Airframe & Powerplant ratings. ARSA has been working closely with BRCC to modernize the FAA-mandated curriculum at certificated aviation maintenance schools.
For more information, visit the Blue Ridge Community College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology program website.
January 13, 2022 | Categories:
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