Clearwater, FL
National Aviation Academy of Tampa Bay


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Recent Reviews

Raul
What is your overall opinion of this school?

The best school there is. I have researched similar schools throughout the country and the National Aviation Academy is by fa...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

The best school there is. I have researched similar schools throughout the country and the National Aviation Academy is by far the best. The teachers are always available for the students. The graduation rate is high compared to the other schools. I am very happy here.

Caleb
What is your overall opinion of this school?

I think that if you want to become an A&P certified mechanic in only 14 short months, then this is the place to go. The campu...

What is your overall opinion of this school?

I think that if you want to become an A&P certified mechanic in only 14 short months, then this is the place to go. The campus may not provide any of the things a long term campus will, but the local area does. The instructors are well trained and extremely experienced A&P Mechanics who have been working in the industry upwards of 40 years. Everything from military, general, business, and recreational aviation experience. I've never been to an education facility with such qualified instructors, however, you really need to remember that these instructors are and have been Mechanics all their lives, and didn't go to school to become teachers. The staff in the career center does a great job getting potential employers from all over the United States into the school who take zero experience Mechanics. I strongly feel that if you do your part and focus on getting your A&P license, that the staff will do everything they can do help you succeed and get placed into a career. The only few negatives that I have with the school are minor things in the marketing, curriculum, and recruiting departments, which the current Director of Education is cleaning up nicely. Overall I am satisfied with the 14 month program at the National Aviation Academy in Clearwater Fl and would happily refer students who want to pursue a career in aviation to stop wasting time and get their future career started.

russell
What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

The next four years of your life are going to make or break you. Every descision from now and then IS important: what are you...

What should every freshman at your school know before they start?

The next four years of your life are going to make or break you. Every descision from now and then IS important: what are your goals, what classes you take and what classes you need to accomplish your goals, who you study with, who are your friends, where do you work. The most important question you need to ask yourself everyday is " why I'm I here". Are you going to college to get the best educational experience possible or are you there to party a little while longer before your are thrown into the real world. Making the wrong descision can be devastating, especially when the descision invovles who you call friend. Depending on the situation if you could make due without friends while you are in college then that would be the safest course of action. Yes, not everyone wants to go four years without friends, but you have to remeber "why I'm I here". Four years is along time, but the time you will spend in the work force is much longer. Would you like to spend your time in college partying and get paid less or spend more time studying and get paid more.

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