Aerospace Technology Core

Career and Technical Program

Classes for this program are located in Hayden, Idaho, 7 miles from Coeur d’Alene at the Aerospace Center of Excellence

This program prepares students for entry-level employment in the aerospace manufacturing industry. The curriculum provides students with the skills necessary to become a fabrication assistant. These courses also prepare students for entry into more advanced training in the manufacturing skills of composite fabrication, computer numerical control (CNC) mill operation and nondestructive testing. Coursework includes safety requirements, blueprint reading, introduction to composite materials, and an introduction to CNC mill basics. Students will participate in a blended learning environment. Courses are delivered in an online delivery format. Prospective students should have solid math skills and demonstrate mechanical aptitude. Computer and keyboarding skills are recommended.

The Aerospace program features many short-term certificates. These certificates are made up of clusters of related courses that can prepare students for specific work-related job skills in the aerospace industry. Students achieve this stand-alone certificate before continuing into either the Aerospace Composite Fabrication Basic Technical Certificate program or the CNC Mill Operation Basic Technical.

Certificate taken simultaneously.


Transportation to outreach centers and other off-campus college facilities is not provided by North Idaho College.

 

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