Aerospace Composite Technician

If you’re interested in working on the materials used in the aerospace industry — including carbon-fiber composites — then this is the program for you! You’ll learn how to work with the cutting-edge technology of assembling and repairing the composite panels used by Boeing and other aerospace companies. 

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Aircraft Mechanic & Service Technician
Aircraft Mechanic & Service Technician Pay

In the state of Washington, the median wage for aircraft mechanics and service technicians is $26.95 an hour or $56,100 per year.

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Aircraft Mechanic & Service Technician Growth Outlook

It's predicted that the number of aircraft mechanic and service technician jobs in Washington will grow by 11% between 2010 and 2020.

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Aircraft Mechanic & Service Technician Job Duties

Diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul aircraft engines and assemblies, such as hydraulic and pneumatic systems.

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Aircraft Mechanic & Service Tuition & Fees

Estimated tuition and fees for our Aerospace Composite Technician Certificate — the recommended certificate for this career path — are $2,918.60.

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Degrees & Certificates

Within our Aerospace Composite Technician Program we offer an Aerospace Composite Technician Certificate. Click the link to find out more!