Airframe and Powerplant School Carolina Aeronautical Announce Opening of the FCC GROL & Radar End Course

Simpsonville, SC, October 24, 2013 --( Simpsonville, SC-based airframe and powerplant school Carolina Aeronautical is now inviting aeronautical students from across the US to review their new course curriculum. One of the new courses beginning in January 2014 is the school’s FCC GROL & Radar End course, wherein students will learn the intricacies involved in operating, maintaining and repairing the very latest radar equipment on the new planes being flown around the globe today.

Aircraft technicians are required to undertake their studies at approved schools that offers FCC and FAA licensed courses if they are to achieve a progressive position within an industry firm. But many aviation students find the complexity of the latest courses can limit their career choices. By working with a leading North American airframe and powerplant school such as Carolina Aeronautical, students will learn to harness their potential and build upon their knowledge of the latest aircraft equipment maintenance and operating techniques.

The FCC GROL & Radar End course, beginning at Carolina Aeronautical’s Simpsonville campus in January will help students learn the fundamentals of radar technology. Students will also learn how equipment is installed, and how to operate the equipment safely while ensuring that all aircraft in the vicinity are monitored and protected. Through this course, students will learn the hands-on techniques that will become instrumental toward their career success. It’s one of the latest additions to the Carolina Aeronautical course catalogue, and places are now open for the January semester.

To learn more about Carolina Aeronautical, please contact their Simpsonville, SC campus directly or visit
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John Gallien