Top Aircraft Mechanic School Carolina Aeronautical Now Offering Job Placement to Students

Simpsonville, SC, July 13, 2011 --( To help students gain quick entry into the global job market, leading aviation school Carolina Aeronautical has announced the opening of its new Part 147 Maintenance Technology Program. Through this exceptional educational offering, students will be able to learn directly from the FAA certified instructor who will teach the leading principles of aircraft maintenance in a didactic and hands-on method of teaching.

This program is ideal for those who are searching for a job within the field directly after completion of their studies. It will be managed by Carolina Aeronautical in collaboration with several affiliated FAR Part 147 Aviation Maintenance Technology Schools located through certain parts of the United States.

Legal U.S. citizens and international students who are searching for a program through which to obtain their AMT degree, or FAA and A&P licenses are encouraged to contact Carolina Aeronautical as soon as possible to learn in-detail about the benefits offered by this streamlined learning program.

As one of the leading aircraft maintenance schools in the country for prospective students from around the U.S. and abroad, Carolina Aeronautical trains and licenses over 250 students each year. The school is currently certified and qualified to train all civilian and active-duty military personnel and veterans.

In recent years, the school has established professional training connections with both the Professional Aviation Maintenance Association and the National Association of Radio and Telecommunications engineers, so that students can benefit from using the latest and most important developments emanating from the industry within the studies.

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John Gallien