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It only takes a few minutes to go through the assessment, and it’s designed to answer all of the most common questions you probably have about this career.
Once you answer the questions and go through The Aircraft Mechanic Career Assessment on this website, you will know exactly what you need to do so you can become an aircraft mechanic as quickly as possible.
As a matter of fact, a lot of times you can become an aircraft mechanic in a matter of days when you follow my steps. Click here to begin the Assessment.
I know many aircraft mechanics who also make this amount of money.
I discuss how much money you can expect to earn during the Assessment.
Aircraft mechanics can have different titles, like aviation mechanic, aviation technician, and aircraft maintenance engineer, which I discuss below.
This certificate is mostly used by aircraft mechanics in the United States, but it’s also valid in other countries.
In The Aircraft Mechanic Career I show you everything you need to know when it comes to getting the A&P Certificate.
Even though the titles are different, most of the time aircraft mechanics do the exact same type of work as aircraft maintenance engineers.
The Part 66 Licence is basically the equivalent of the A&P Certificate held by mechanics in the United States.
BUT you need to make sure you even need a Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence before you begin studying!
I will help you figure out if you need this licence and also show you the best way to get it in The Aircraft Mechanic Career Assessment. It only takes a few minutes, so click here to begin: Begin the Assessment
You don’t need any degree, licence, or certification to begin making money as an aircraft mechanic!
I’m going to show you exactly what you need to do so you can become an aircraft mechanic and start making money as fast as possible.
Some people also try to get their A&P license online, but this also is probably not your best option.
There are a few simple steps you need to follow that will put you on the right path and allow you to become an aircraft mechanic without wasting money on an online aviation school or course.
There are many great, high-paying jobs out there, BUT the key is knowing where to find them and also how to get them.
Using The Aircraft Mechanic Career, you will have everything you need to make sure you are hired for the best job that fits you.
The main thing to remember is this: Even if you’ve never used a screwdriver, you can still have a successful career as an aircraft mechanic.
To find out how you can jump-start your career based on the skills you already have, be sure to take The Aircraft Mechanic Career Assessment if you haven’t done so already: Click here to begin
There are plenty of great-paying jobs out there if you become a helicopter mechanic, and I’m going to show you exactly where to find them and how to make sure you’re hired.
If you work as an avionics technician in the United States you will want to eventually get your GROL (General Radiotelephone Operator License) that’s issued by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).
If you work as an avionics technician in a country other than the United States, you will want to eventually get your Part 66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence (Category B2).
I tell you exactly how to get the FCC GROL and the Part 66 Licence in The Aircraft Mechanic Career.
The best part is, you don’t have to go to any special aviation school to do this. No matter what kind of high school you go to or what kind of classes you’re taking, I can show you how to start training as an aircraft mechanic.
Not only that, but you will actually MAKE MONEY while you’re training. I’ve worked with and trained people as young as 16 years old, and these guys and girls were also making money.
He’s been involved in aviation longer than I’ve even been alive, and he even flies his own plane on the weekends.
You can do this work just like anyone else, and you will also have just as many opportunities as anyone else.
Right now on my crew a 17-year-old high school student is training, and I’ve had many female co-workers as well as supervisors during my career.
There are a few things you need to remember: You don't need a degree or license to begin, going to an aviation school might not be your best option, and you can begin making money as soon as you start.
The first thing you need to do is go through my Aircraft Mechanic Career Assessment.
Begin the Assessment by answering Question #1: