GTCC’s Aviation Manufacturing Quick Careers Program (AMQCP) offers pathways for the skills needed for entry-level employment in in-demand fields, such as aerospace, auto racing, general manufacturing, aviation and more.

GTCC's partnerships with businesses and industries such as Honda Aircraft Co., HAECO, Marshall Aerospace, Boeing, and Boom Supersonic help ensure our students are prepared to start work on Day 1. All AMQCP courses are designed based on local workforce demands, providing you with the hands-on training and equipment.

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Structural Repair

Aviation Composite Technology

The aircraft structural repair course can be completed in as little as three weeks. You're introduced to the fundamentals for common sheet metal structural repair and practices used to assess and restore structure back to a serviceable condition. You can earn between $46,482 and $59,275 as an aircraft structural mechanic.


Structures Assembly

Melissa Bursus doing hands on work in Haeco structures assembly and repair class.

These courses prepare students for entry-level employment in the sheet metal structures environment. Employment opportunities include aircraft assembly technician and many others within the manufacturing and aviation arena. In 2023, the average salary for a structural assembler in North Carolina is $52,880.


Composite Technology

A aerospace manufacturing program white male students works on a project in the lab.

These courses prepare students for entry-level employment in composite manufacturing. Employment opportunities include become a composite technician among others across a variety of industries, including aerospace, auto racing, power generation, and general manufacturing. People in composite technician roles can make $33,000 to $66,000 a year.