Aviation Maintenance

Next Cohort Starts May 2021

Call Alfred at (907) 543-0993 to sign up!

 

Yuut Elitnaurviat is proud to announce the first graduates of our FAA-certified Yuut Elitnaurviat Aviation Maintenance Technician Program. Our state of the art facilities are ready and waiting for our second cohort of students.  

Airplane Mechanics, commonly called A&P Mechanics, are in high demand both here in the Y-K Delta and nationwide. This 18-month intensive program will result in one of aviation’s most sought after credentials and it is being delivered right here in Bethel, Alaska.

Yuut Elitnaurviat is currently recruiting students ready to take advantage of this world class opportunity. Classes begin in May 2021 and run continuously through September 2022. We are looking for students who:

1) Love working with their hands

2) Have a high school diploma or GED

3) Meet TABE Test standards for reading and math (We can tutor those who are close!)

4) Are ready to commit to a full-time, 18-month program

5) Can pass FAA required drug screening

6) Are ready for a full-time, high-wage, high-demand career in aviation

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The Aviation Maintenance Technician Program is broken into three components:

YAMT 101 – Aviation Maintenance Technician: General – 71 days; 426 hours. Tuition: $10,000 includes all instruction, books, and supplies. Prerequisites: High School Diploma or GED, minimum of eighteen (18) years old. Maximum class size of 10 students.

Cost for meals and lodging, if needed, is $8,410.

YAMT 201 – Aviation Maintenance Technician: Airframe – 129 days; 774 hours. Tuition: $15,000 includes all instruction, books, and supplies. Prerequisites: High School Diploma or GED, minimum of eighteen (18) years old, YAMT 101, or permission of Director of Programs. Maximum class size of 10 students.

Cost for meals and lodging, if needed, is $16,340.

YAMT 202 – Aviation Maintenance Technician: Powerplant – 126 days; 756 hours. Tuition: $15,000 includes all instruction, books, and supplies. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: High School Diploma or GED, minimum of eighteen (18) years old, YAMT 101, or permission of Director of Programs. Maximum class size of 10 students.

Cost for meals and lodging, if needed, is $16,010.

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This is the first program of its kind delivered in Rural Alaska. If you think you are up for the challenge, TABE tests can be proctored through our Adult Education program no matter where you live. To set up a test, please contact 907-543-0951. Financial aid may be available through state and tribal programs, and boarding options are available on our campus.