UAF/CTC offers a 12 month program for the airframe and power plant certificate with the option of an associate degree with additional courses. Program is located on Fairbanks International Airport - training conducted on typical general aviation aircraft, helicopter, King Air and Boeing 727. Program has three full-time faculty with years of experience working on all types of aircraft. Classes are in session from 7:35-4:15 Monday through Friday. Students often work part time at various maintenance facilities at the airport but are encouraged not to hold a part-time job while attending classes in order to devote full time to studying as necessary. Dorm rooms available on the main campus with transportation to the airport. Students receive more training than typically found in AMT schools around the country in subjects appropriate to Alaskan aircraft including aircraft welding and dope and fabric covering systems. The FAA certificated part 147 covers the same curriculum requirements as all other part 147 schools - we just package it in a 12 month format so you can get your certificate and go to work. Limited to 25 students - apply early.