The following guidelines are designed to assist the student considering applying to the Aviation Maintenance Technology Program at UAF Community and Technical College to complete all the require steps in the proper order, to meet deadlines, and to prevent frustrating delays.
Furthermore, it will provide a road map through the sometimes confusing bureaucracies of the University of Alaska Fairbanks and the Federal Aviation Administration while you proceed through the Aviation Maintenance Technology (AMT) Program and obtain your university certificate and/or associate of applied science degree and ultimately, your FAA mechanics certificate (license).
The guidelines are broken down into two basic categories:
- The University Requirements must be completed to receive a Letter of Completion and either a Graduation Certificate and/or Degree in Aviation Maintenance Technology.
- The Federal Aviation Administration Requirements must be competed before you can take your exams for the FAA Mechanics Certificate for Airframe, Power plant, or Airframe and Power plan.
This category is broken down into two sub-categories:
- Normal Procedures, This is the standard method of obtaining your certificate from the FAA
- Early Oral and Practical Exams in accordance with FAR 65.80, This option is available to students meeting the FAA requirements listed in FAR Part 65.80. It is recommended that a student considering this option consult one of the AMT faculty to discuss the relative merits of this option.
The following guidelines are designed to assist the instructor, both full time and adjunct in completing a grade submission packets to the Office of the Registrar. Additionally, it will provide a checklist for the UAF Registrar in reviewing grade submission packets
- Completed Packet: Required Documents in BOLD to satisfy both FAA and UAF requirements, recommended documents in italics.
|FINAL GRADE ROSTER||UAF/AMT Part 147 Manual, page 45||None.|
|NOTICE of INCOMPLETE GRADE||UAF/AMT Part 147 Manual, page 51||Required only when an Incomplete Grade is given.|
|DAILY ROLL CALL SHEET||UAF/AMT Part 147 Manual, page 47||Must be legible. Must have time missed noted on the form. All time missed must be made up and recorded on the make-up time form (p. 49.) time missed in excess of 20% results in an F grade.|
|COURSE PROGESS REPORT||UAF/AMT Part 147 Manual, page 48||Must be legible.|
|Make-up Time Form||UAF/AMT Part 147 Manual, page 49||Required to be filled out by the student and submitted by the Instructor along with grades and the daily roll call sheet.|
|Grading Policy||No specific reference.||Assists in determining grading criteria.|
|Grading Procedures||No specific reference.||Assists in determining grading criteria.|
The following guidelines are designed to assist the instructor, both full time and adjunct in completing a change of grade submission packets to the Office of the Registrar. Additionally, it will provide a checklist for the UAF Registrar in reviewing change of grade submission packets.
|CHANGE OF GRADE||UAF/AMT Part 147 Manual, page 52.||Shows date and hours of any time made up by the student..|
|Make-up Time Form||UAF/AMT Part 147 Manual, page 49||Filled out by the student and submitted by the Instructor along with the change of grade form|