Start a Career as a HVACR Technician
Get the Skills to Be an HVACR Technician
Are you ready for an exciting career working at major airports and private airfields across the country? By earning your Aviation Maintenance Technology AAS Degree, you open the door to more options and competitive advantages upon graduation and throughout your career. Plus, the degree only requires an additional 24 general education hours on top of the Airframe and Powerplant Technician diploma program.
At MIAT, our aviation training focuses on teaching students the advanced precision skills necessary to become FAA Certificated Airframe and Powerplant Technicians. With the strong foundations that we provide, our graduates are prepared to start their exciting careers immediately.
Here are just a few of more than 40 precision technical skills MIAT graduates master during their training:
- Gear systems and operation
- Sheet metal fabrication
- Composite structure fabrication
- High performance piston and turbine engines
- Avionics and advanced electrical systems
- Plus dozens more!
Employers with recent graduate hires:
MIAT College of Technology is proud to work with employers in the industry. These relationships help to ensure MIAT graduates gain skills that are in demand. They also help to keep us up-to-date on some of the latest trends in the industry.
Graduates can work in:
- Heating Systems
- Air Conditioning Systems
- Air Quality
- Rooftop Units
- Low Pressure Boilers
- Air Handlers
- Zoning Systems
- Home Heating & Cooling
- Appliance Repair
- Retail Grocery Refrigeration
- Restaurant Equipment
- Food Service Cooling Systems
- Agricultural Systems
- Refrigerated Warehouses
- Dairy Processing Systems
How much does it cost? Can I get Financial Aid?
The cost for each program varies based on length and requirements.
Financial aid comes in the form of government assistance and private sources to help students pay for their education costs. Most students take advantage of more than one type of aid, combining grants, scholarships, and student loans.
Financial aid is available to those who qualify. Students may qualify for federal aid in the form of subsidized and unsubsidized Direct Stafford Loans, PLUS Loans, PELL Grants and Scholarships. Additional funding options are available to our students as well.
To get the Student Financing & Financial Aid process started, you must:
File a FAFSA. This will be the first step in helping determine if you are eligible for aid. If you have any questions about filling out your FAFSA form, contact our Financial Aid department at 800-447-1310. We’ll be happy to help.
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