George T. Baker Aviation Technical College is a public aviation school adjacent to the Miami International Airport. Baker offers postsecondary programs for Avionics Technicians and Aircraft Maintenance Technicians, as well as high school programs in aerospace technology and aircraft maintenance. All teachers are licensed technicians with aviation backgrounds, and Baker is one of only two colleges accredited by the National Center for Aircraft Technician Training (NCATT) — as well as the only one to offer NCATT-accredited classes to high schoolers. Upon completion of a Baker Aviation program, students are eligible to earn an Airframe and Powerplant Certificate or Federal Communications Commission (FCC) license.
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