It’s a good environment everyone I know like coming to get their education. There hasn’t been any drama. And my classmates are good with communicating, if anyone has a problem we’re able to figure it out. I enjoy the teachers because they’re always available if we need help so that’s a plus. But overall it’s a great campus.
Excellent place to learn, study and be successful .
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It is a place to acquire knowledge with current industry demand hands-on know-how. Instructors are good at what they instruct and teach students at every stage and blocks for every programs, the learning environment is 100% well equipped and updated labs equipment and sample real life specimen for training, students are well behaved, campus is safe for all. Academic materials are accessible.
I love it, the instructors love to teach and we go to the hanger all the time and build rigid lines, flex lines and even more. I’m only in block 3 but I’m very pleased with the school.
It's not a bad school it's just meant for those who are pursuing their A&P license. the teachers are dedicated and are former or current mechanics. When you apply for this school you are also signing a contract that says that you will be finished within the months that it takes whether it be 18 months or 21 months. It's a good school to get a beginning in avionics but I do recommend continuing your education afterward. The school works from profit so they will take anyone who applies. If you are serious about the course you are likely to find classmates who would rather be anywhere but there. The teachers will try and tell you everything as it is and be honest. What you do with what they tell you is up to you.
i have just joined Aviation institute of maintenance last week. I am doing a 21 months aviation maintenance technician certificate course. Within a week it was easy to identify that i choose the right school. They have a helpful and well knowledge staff. This campus is pretty clean and all the equipments are kept neat n clean. I also find the study materials they have provide as well informative.
AIM’s new aircraft technician school campus sits less than 30 miles from downtown Atlanta, GA in the city of Duluth. Helpful and assist with how can get an A&p certificate. On-campus, the instructor is really helpful to guide you personally anytime so it's good for students. Overall, the school is perfect...
Not a bad place to learn could be better, but couldn't we all. I can not say anything bad about the staff or instructors. There is a nice variety of backgrounds which I do like. If I were going to critique one thing about the school it would be the class size.
to be the best student of the year,by sacrificeing my time and everything., needed to be successfully student, to be in class in time and paid attention to the class, follow the rules govern by the admistrative, and the board of school.
I feel it is a great school.The classes are big enough with enough room for everybody and it is also conducive for learning.The instructors are nice and ready to help and also teach.The cafeteria food is really good and if you ever get tired of it there are restaurants across the street from the school.
Very good for mechanics. If you are already working on cars or have a tool set of your own this is a great school for you. You may already know how a electric motor works or how to rebuild a rear axle but this school teaches everything from electrical to riveting. After 2 years you will get a Airframe and Powerplant liscense that certifies you to work on aircraft professionally. The liscense is noticed by many mechanical type jobs. Over all the school moves at a fast pace and is straightforward.
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