Aircraft Sheet Metal

About this Major

Aviation Sheet Metal focuses on teaching basic aircraft structural skills. Students spend time in the classroom learning terminology, tools, equipment, blueprint reading and shop safety before moving into the shop for hands-on experience. This second portion of the class focuses on advanced aviation sheet metal skills. Training is performed primarily on assemblies and panels, workbenches and some actual aircraft components.

Oklahoma aviation employers had drawn more aviation sheet metal mechanics from our Aviation Sheet Metal training program than any other since 2006. These materials require skilled technicians, and completing this course can help ensure your entry into a successful, growing aerospace industry.

Eligible Licensures/Certifications

Francis Tuttle Aviation Sheet Metal Certification

At A Glance

Open To

Adult students

Campus

Rockwell Aviation Sheet Metal Lab

Total Hours Required

240

Length

  • Daytime: 12 weeks
  • Evening: 18 weeks

Times

Daytime classes: Monday — Thursday

  • 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

or

  • Noon to 4 p.m.

Evening classes: Monday — Thursday

  • 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Courses

  • Introduction to Aviation 4 hours
  • Math 4 hours
  • Aircraft Metals & Fasteners 10 hours
  • Measurements 4 hours
  • Corrosion/Sealants 8 hours
  • Print Reading 18 hours
  • Fab Lab 180 hours
  • Workforce Readiness 12 hours

Tuition & Costs

Costs for In-State Adult Students

Licensure / Certifications

  • Francis Tuttle Aviation Sheet Metal Certification

Tuition & Fees

  • $528
  • Application fee: $15 (non-refundable)

Textbooks, Supplies, and Certifications (Estimated)

  • N/A

Total Estimated Costs for In-State Adult Students

$543

Employment & Outcomes

Salary Range

$15 - $19

per hour (starting range)

Pass Rate

N/A

passing

Employment Opportunities

Graduates of this program are qualified to work for:

Maintenance Repair and Overhaul (MRO) companies that serve airlines, general aviation, and military aircraft.

Aviation sheet metal