Central Georgia Technical College’s Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) program has partnered with Delta Airlines Technical Operations (Delta TechOps) to train and identify a future pipeline of qualified aviation mechanics. Selected as a preferred training institution for airframe and power plant technicians, CGTC’s AMT program provides Delta TechOps with preferred access to highly-skilled mechanics. CGTC is one of 47 institutions nationwide to be selected for this partnership.
Through the Delta TechOps partnership, CGTC’s Aviation Maintenance Technology students will receive:
- Industry training from a major international air carrier
- Access to serviceable parts, engines, and airframes
- Tours of the Delta TechOps facilities
- Career guidance and job shadow opportunities
- Exposure for potential career opportunities
Delta TechOps Video Tour for High School Students
Check out this neat behind-the-scenes tour of the Delta TechOps Center in Atlanta, Georgia for an inside view on a rewarding career as an Aviation Maintenance Technician.
Delta TechOps Video Tour for High School Graduates
Are you a high school graduate interested in the aircraft industry, but not quite sure what you really want to do? Check out this in-depth breakdown of an Aviation Maintenance Technician from Delta TechOps.
For more information, contact Daniel Whitehead, Aviation Maintenance Technology program chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (478) 218-3339.
CGTC’s Aviation Maintenance Technology program is certificated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under 14 C.F.R. § Part 147 as an Aviation Maintenance Technician School (AMTS). The local Flight Standards District Office (FSDO) is located in Atlanta, GA. [Last certification approval: 2016]