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At Aviation Institute of Maintenance, we train tomorrow’s technicians. The demand for skilled technicians in Aviation, Manufacturing, Welding, Energy, and other industries is outpacing those entering these career fields. Our nation needs men and women to develop technical trade skills for today and the future. AIM campuses are proud to teach these skills.
Aviation Institute of Maintenance helps adult students gain the skills and attitudes necessary for a meaningful entry-level career position. We strive to be responsive to the needs of our students, as well as businesses, industries, and government. We are committed to high academic standards in all curricular offerings, and we are dedicated to providing the services that support our students’ efforts to succeed.
The Combination Welding Diploma Program offers many opportunities if you enjoy working with your hands, machines and metals. Hands-on training will allow you to develop the basic manipulative skills involved in welding and flame cutting, and classroom instruction covers welding theory, shop prints and blueprints and more. When you graduate, you will be prepared to take the test for the Welding Certification from American Welding Society (AWS) 3G-4G.
In the Industrial Manufacturing Technician program, students will acquire the skills necessary to work in an entry level position in the manufacturing and fabrication industry. Students will become acquainted with basic welding and fabrication methods, blueprint reading, safe machining practices, lathe and milling machine operations, CNC operations and setup machinery, general machinery, and CNC machinery as well as metal and composite fabrication and repair. In addition to these the student will receive training in new emerging fields such as prototyping parts/components, and injection molding.
This program incorporates shop safety to ensure safe practices, while completing required competencies. Topics include blueprint reading, mathematics and physics, mechanical drawing, blueprint reading, precision measurement, shielded metal arc welding, flux core arc welding, sheet metal repair and fabrication, lathe and mill machining, electrical theory and applications, industrial wiring, and injection molding fundamentals. After graduation, individuals can acquire positions as Team Assemblers, Electrical and Electronic Equipment Assemblers, Packaging & Filling Machine Operators and Tenders, Machinists, and more.
FAA Approved A&P School. Accredited School, ACCSC. AIM Chesapeake and Manassas campuses are Certified to Operate by SCHEV. AIM Las Vegas campus is licensed to operate by the Commission on Postsecondary Education. AIM Indianapolis is regulated by Office for Career and Technical Schools http://www.in.gov/dwd/2731.htm. For consumer information, please visit http://www.AviationMaintenance.edu.
FAA Approved A&P School. Accredited School, ACCSC. Certified to Operate by SCHEV. For consumer information, please visit http://www.aviationmaintenance.edu.
FAA Approved A&P School. Accredited School, ACCSC. Regulated by Office for Career and Technical Schools http://www.in.gov/dwd/2731.htm. For consumer information, please visit http://www.aviationmaintenance.edu.
FAA Approved A&P School. Accredited School, ACCSC. Licensed to operate by the Commission on Postsecondary Education. For consumer information, please visit http://www.aviationmaintenance.edu.