Aviation Maintenance Tech: Powerplant Certificate FAQ's
Just the Facts
Program Start Term: Fall Only
Program Length: 2 Semesters, 1 Summer
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) approved
Average Class Size: 12
Part-Time or Full-Time: Both
Program Courses Offered: Day
Program Locations: Council Bluffs Campus
What makes this program unique compared to other Aviation Maintenance programs?
There are very few aviation maintenance programs in the region, and the Powerplant Certificate program allows graduates of the Aviation Maintenance program to learn more about the Powerplant aspect of aviation. In addition, Iowa Western has constructed a state-of-the-art Aviation Maintenance building at the Council Bluffs airport, which includes a hangar that houses several different types of airplanes and helicopters, including single engine planes and a DC-10 jet engine. Our students get valuable hands-on experience in a real-world setting.
Are scholarships available?
Iowa Western awards more than $1.5 million in scholarships each year. Visit our Scholarship Page for more information.
What are the admissions requirements?
All Iowa Western students are required to submit an Application for Admission, complete placement testing, and submit official copies of high school and college transcripts. For more information on admissions requirements, visit our Admissions page.