Airframe and Power Plant Mechanic
DOT code: 621.281-014
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Apprentices will receive training in the various work experiences listed below. The order in which this training is given will be determined by the flow of work on the job and will not necessarily be in the order listed. The times allotted to these various processes are the estimated times which the average apprentice will require to learn each phase of the trade. They are intended only as a guide to indicate the quality of the training being provided and the ability of the apprentice to absorb this training in an average amount of time. The total term of apprenticeship is indicated below. The two (2) columns at the right constitute a record of progress for the apprentice. Whenever an apprentice commences their training in a listed item, the Apprentice Supervisor will initial the left hand column and will also initial the right hand column when the apprentice has reached proficiency in the item. Items for which credit for previous experience has been allowed will also be initialed.
Work process schedule
Related technical instruction
The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires 150 hours each year of related technical instruction which must be mastered by the apprentice in order to successfully complete the program. For further information, please call the Division of Apprentice Standards at (617) 626-5409.