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Get the hands-on skills, attitudes and training for today's aerospace and aviation industries

Aerospace technicians operate and repair systems associated with launch vehicles, payloads and ground equipment. Aviation airframe and powerplant mechanics inspect, service and repair aircraft and their systems. Other advanced technological jobs in the aerospace and aviation maintenance fields include testing, fabrication, assembly, repair and manufacturing. Our training programs located on the Space Coast in Brevard County, FL prepare graduates to work locally and beyond.

Meet Libby Brubaker

Aerospace Alumnus

Without the EFSC Aerospace Program instructors, I would never have been given my amazing job. I was hired by CSR as an Instrumentation Integration Professional; I work as a Project Manager while at KSC, with the opportunity to actually operate the telemetry systems at Antigua and Ascension Islands. I am both a manager and an aerospace technician! How cool is that?

Associate in Science Degree

• Aerospace Technology

Aviation Maintenance Administration (Management degree that builds on Airframe and Powerplant certificates)

Certificate Programs

Aviation Airframe Mechanics CTC (Can lead to FAA certification)

Aviation Powerplant Mechanics CTC (Can lead to FAA certification)