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    andrew60
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    Hello,

    I did a two week course learning LPI in Aircraft Mechanic school, I found it to be pretty fun! We were tasked to find a crack in a swashplate, and when i went though the process of applying the penetrant and going into the blackroom to bring out the crack, it felt pretty rewarding. Unfortunately, I never did well with the program because my manual dexterity was poor and i never had a great mechanical aptitude. I joined mainly because i loved aircraft. I was thinking back on my experince in the LPI course and I thought that NDT may be a potential career that i’d be interested in. The only thing i’m afraid of is maybe not being mechanically inclined enough to succeed in the field. Should i be concerned about this? I had fun with the little time i had with it, I just want to make sure that I have a chance at succeeding in the field. Thanks for any advice that anyone can provide!

    #34262

    Hello Andrew,

    Thank you for sharing your story.
    Kindly watch this short video:

    To become a trained aircraft mechanic at Epic Flight Academy in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, USA you must:
    1) Be 18 years old either prior to starting the program OR by the completion of the program.
    2) Speak English proficiently.
    3) Pass an entry-level exam.

    Check your eligibility by completing this form: https://epicflightacademy.com/aircraft-mechanic-application/

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