Simpsonville, SC, February 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- The latest additions to the school’s summer course calendar include their FAA A&P and I.A. classes and their Introduction to Basic Avionics class, each of which is due to commence in June of 2014.
Within the field of aviation, it takes many years of training for professionals to achieve their standing. Regulatory agencies such as the FAA and the FCC now sponsor a broad range of courses that are designed to challenge the modern aviation student to master their craft and gain accreditation through leading aviation training schools. Choosing one of the industry’s leading aviation certification schools can be difficult due to their wide variety across the country. But now, Simpsonville, SC-based Carolina Aeronautical is offering an ideal entrance point to the marketplace through their range of summer programs.
One of the company’s latest summer course additions is their FAA I.A classes. These classes are designed to introduce students to the core concepts of IA (Inspection Authorization) so that they can become trained to notice potential mechanical issues before they arise. The attainment of the IA certification will provide aviation students an advantage when they enter the field, as they will be able to perform a broader array of in-house duties for their organization. Carolina Aeronautical is also presenting students with the Introduction to Basic Avionics class in their summer course list. This course will outline the various components that comprise avionic systems. By taking this course, students will learn how to operate basic flight control technology and gain an understanding as to how aircraft sensor systems work. It’s the ideal course for those looking for seamless entry into a systems technician position within the aviation field.
Carolina Aeronautical has been the starting point for many respected aviation specialists now ably serving the US marketplace. To learn more about the company and the complete range of summer courses they offer, please contact their offices directly or visit their school website at www.carolina-aero.com.