Airframe and Powerplant One-on-One Training

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We know that our students come from different careers and educational backgrounds. Your schedules are constantly changing and it takes an effort to find the perfect time to complete all that you have on your to-do list.  That’s why we created the Airframe and Powerplant One-on-One Training. Customized to meet your specific learning needs, our A&P One-on-One Training can be scheduled at a time most convenient for you!

You’ll receive up to 24 hours of written, oral, and/or practical training with a highly-qualified subject-matter expert, covering topics that you select in the areas of Airframe, Powerplant, and General. Or if you decide that you need all 24 hours of your training to be concentrated in one rating, we can do that too. You get to decide.

For more information, please email us at

When you enroll in our Airframe & Powerplant One-on-One Training, you will receive up to 24-hours of training.

Airframe Topical Areas

The areas are listed below:

  • Aircraft Structures
  • Aerodynamics, Aircraft Assembly, and Rigging
  • Aircraft Fabric Covering
  • Aircraft Metal Structural Repair
  • Aircraft Welding
  • Aircraft Wood
  • Advanced Composite Materials
  • Aircraft Painting and Finishing
  • Aircraft Electrical System
  • Aircraft Instrument
  • Communication and Navigation
  • Hydraulic and Pneumatic
  • Aircraft Landing
  • Aircraft Fuel System
  • Ice and Rain Protection
  • Cabin Environmental
  • Fire Protection Systems

Powerplant Topical Areas

  • Aircraft Engines
  • Engine Fuel and Fuel Metering Systems
  • Induction and Exhaust Systems
  • Engine Ignition and Electrical Systems
  • Engine Starting Systems
  • Lubrication and Cooling Systems
  • Propellers
  • Engine Removal and Replacement
  • Engine Fire Protection Systems
  • Engine Maintenance and Operation
  • Light-Sport Aircraft Engines

General Topical Areas

  • Mathematics
  • Aircraft Drawings
  • Physics
  • Aircraft Weight & Balance
  • Aircraft Materials, Processes, & Hardware
  • Aircraft Cleaning & Corrosion Control
  • Fluid Lines & Fittings
  • Inspection Fundamentals
  • Hand Tools & Measuring Devices
  • Basic Electricity
  • Safety, Ground Operations, & Servicing
  • Publications, Forms, & Records
  • The Mechanic Certificate

For more information, please contact Patricia Boyles at

This preparation training is designed for intermediate to advanced professionals with some knowledge of Airframe & Powerplant.

Participants must have their 8610-2 Sign Off form or Graduation/Certificate completion from a Part 147 school to participate in this program.

Fees are  based on hours of one-on-one instruction. Please contact us at