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Cochise College

Cochise College - Aviation Department provides education and training in four areas: Professional Flight Technology, Aviation Maintenance Technology, Avionics Technology, and Aerospace Thermal Fusion. Programs are provided in both degree (Associates) and certificate forms to meet student needs. Programs range from 12 months (Avionics Certificate) and 15 months (Aviation Maintenance Technology Certificate) to 2 years for Professional Flight Technology and degree programs.

Professional Flight Technology is an FAA Approved Part 141 Pilot School that trains in all certificates and ratings necessary for a career, from Private Pilot through Airline Transport Pilot. Aviation Maintenance Technology is an FAA Approved Part 147 Aviation Maintenance Technician school that provides all training for certification as a Mechanic - Airframe & Powerplant. Avionics Technology provides electronics and avionics training to prepare the student for FCC certification at Levels 1, 3, & 8, along with other industry certifications. Aerospace Thermal Fusion provides training for all certifications necessary for the welding requirements of both the aviation and space industries.

Training is provided for flight programs at our on-campus airport in Douglas, AZ, and at our satellite location in Tucson, AZ, taking advantage of the wonderful Arizona weather. Aviation Maintenance Technology is on our Douglas Campus, and Avionics Technology and Aerospace Thermal Fusion are on our Sierra Vista, AZ campus.

Current cost information for our programs can be found on our website. Dormitories are available on our Douglas Campus, and financial aid and loan programs are available to assist students wishing training. We are also approved for VA training. Special tuition rates are available for students from Western Undergraduate Exchange states (see our website) that are much lower than traditional out-of-state rates.



1) Are there jobs available in aviation with all that is going on now?

ANS. Yes, there are many jobs available. The FAA estimates, for example, that for every three jobs generated in the AMT area, there is only one new graduate available. There IS a shortage. The same is true in Avionics, and pilots ARE being hired now. As the recovery continues, this will only improve your prospects.

2) Can I use this to retrain/re-skill for another job?
ANS. Yes. In fact, many of our students are doing exactly that!

3) Can I afford to take this training?

ANS. Yes. With financial aid, career loan programs at very low rates, and VA training available, you CAN afford to do this now! Our Financial Aid office will be glad to help you in this process.

4) Why should I come to Cochise College for my aviation training?

ANS. Cochise College is small and personal, but we take a BIG interest in our students and their success. We have personnel in all parts of aviation, all over the world, that have become very successful through their Cochise College training. You will TRAIN FOR SUCCESS when you choose Cochise College - Aviation Department for your training!

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Phone - 800-966-7943, Ext. 4029

Contact Cochise College - Aviation Department today, and make YOUR aviation career Take-Off!

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