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Avionics Technician Program

Why Choose the Avionics Technician Program?

In our Avionics Technician Program, you will learn the operation and maintenance of the electrical systems on an aircraft. This includes the communication, radar, and avionics systems. The Pacific Northwest boasts a tremendous heritage of aviation, and that continues to grow today. There is a great - and growing - need for qualified avionics technicians. This program is taught by award-winning instructors at our state-of-the-art South Hill Campus.

Our Avionics Technician Program can prepare you for a rewarding career in the aviation industry. You'll learn how to perform repairs on all types of electronic aviation systems.
How Long It Takes:

Avionics Technician Certificate: 1 quarter

Aircraft Electronics and Electronic Instrument Systems Certificate: 1 quarter

Aircraft Wiring & Avionics Systems Certificate: 1 quarter


All program lengths are estimates and are not guarantees.


Potential Careers

Graduates may find employment as avionics technicians.

In the United States, median pay for avionics technicians is $64,140 per year.

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This is not a guarantee of employment or a certain wage. Full career data available at

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Meet Your Avionics Program Navigator

Dustin Cooper

South Hill Campus, Rm 107


Avionics Technician Program Information Sessions occur at 3 p.m. on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month. For more information and a complete schedule of session dates, view our Program Info Session Schedule.


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