Leading Specialist Among A&P Mechanic Schools Carolina Aeronautical Introduces 2-Week Advanced Avionics Course

Trusted Simpsonville, SC-based aeronautical education leaders, Carolina Aeronautical have recently introduced their 2-week Advanced Avionics course.

Simpsonville, SC, December 07, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Students taking the company’s Advanced Avionics course will learn through hands-on training work how to maintain and repair the latest aircraft electrical systems in-use today. Included within the training course are valuable insights on the repair of radar systems, flight controls, communications technology and navigation tools.

Hands-on training provides students with a stronger grasp of technical materials. It ensures they’re able to train their brains to complete their working processes effectively. By working alongside their instructor, the student is then able to ask questions when they’re unsure on complex topics. It’s this commitment to hands-on teaching that has helped Carolina Aeronautical become a leader among U.S. A&P mechanic schools.

Carolina Aeronautical’s instructors have a broad range of experience within the aviation industry. They’ve worked with some of the largest aeronautical companies and can therefore help translate complex avionics topics for students just entering the industry. The Carolina Aeronautical Advanced Avionics course will help understand effective operation of flight systems and will engage the student in the learning process through one-on-one work with the instructor. Each element of the Advanced Avionics course is designed to ensure students achieve a streamlined transition to a job within the marketplace. It’s the ideal choice for students looking to begin their successful aviation career in 2015.

To discover more on Carolina Aeronautical and their full course catalogue, please contact the company directly or visit their school website at www.carolina-aero.com.

About Carolina Aeronautical:

Headquartered in South Carolina and with conveniently-located sites around the U.S. and across the globe, Carolina Aeronautical provides hands-on training programs for non-degree students. Their industry expertise ensures that students are completely prepared for entrance into the workforce and for outstanding success in the fields of aeronautical maintenance, aviation communication systems and aviation navigation. For more information, please go to www.carolina-aero.com.
Carolina Aeronautical
John Gallien