NCATT AET

AIRCRAFT ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN


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Aircraft Electronics Technician Overview


Aviation Electronics Technicians inspect, repair, and maintain the electrical systems in aircraft. Specialized knowledge and training is necessary, as they must understand the workings of warfare sensors, flight controls, signal jamming, and other aircraft mechanisms. This role also entails some unpredictability, since projects vary in terms of complexity. Aviation electronics technicians may work in the military, which requires extensive travel and training, or pursue employment with airlines, repair stations, or manufacturers.

The AET certificate allows Aircraft Technicians to provide current employers (USAF) and future employers relative evidence of your avionics knowledge and capabilities. When attempting to grammatically transfer EPR bullets onto a resume, it can be difficult to translate in a way which civilian employers can understand. By obtaining Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) acknowledged licenses and certificates, it makes the process of creating a competitive resume much easier and doing AET courses onlinecan support that.

AET Exam Breakdown

NCATT AET
Only 1 exam to worry about. The passing score is 73%
How to take the exam
Proctored online, through Space Tech / Exam Room.

Requirements

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Basic understanding of the fundamentals of electronics
  • Must be eligible to work in the United States
  • Active Duty Air Force must possess a 5 skill level in their PAFSC

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