The School of Missionary Aviation Technology maintenance training program is a one year, FAA-approved Part 147, Aviation Maintenance Training (AMT) program. This course of study consists of 40 hours per week (1900 clock-hour) program that satisfies the FAA's training requirements for issuance of the Airframe and Powerplant mechanics certificate.

Certificates of Completion for Airframe and Powerplant are issued upon completion of each module. These certificates enable the graduate to qualify for the FAA examinations.

To qualify for certification as an FAA A&P mechanic, students will be required to take the FAA exams, both the written and the oral and practical exams. All the required FAA exams can be completed at the Ionia County Airport.

AMT Calendar 2022-2023

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FAA Testing 2023

FAA Testing 2023

Course start date: 26 Aug 2022

  • Testing eligibility requirements.
  • Establish IACRA and FTN number.
  • Testing with PSI. 
  • PTS and ACS
  • A&P oral/practical exam requirements. 
  • A&P oral/practical exam application forms, form samples and supplements. 
  • Enrolled students: 29