Aviation Institute of Maintenance - Dallas Reviews
I really like the in-class experience. It always feels like I’m learning something useful. I personally like how it is now.
I haven’t had an online learning experience with the Aviation Institute of Maintenance yet, so my reply is inaccurate.
The price is to high for what you get in returning to be with the company that is not going anywhere near your home in mexico and when you're going through it again it will cost more to be with the rest of your family than the rest of us would have done in dallas if we were going through this process of making a good decision on top of that
faculty is very rude, and most of them don't their job.Students should come first.I would like to see a faculty who puts students first.
Very helpful staff. It's a great place to get hands on training. I love the instructors. I just do not like how they do not like to give you your money. They find a way to keep all of your money.
it is so lovely. Both the teachers and the students are friendly and you get to study hard.
academics is hard but the teacher makes sure that every one understands very well.
it is so lovely both the teachers and the students.
AIM is one of the best school's I ever been, all faculties are great the teachers are fun and I learn a lot in their classes.
Really all we have is a library and break room, but it is only a technical school so maybe that's why.
I know graduates who have already found jobs through Career Services and current students as well. Its pretty great and efficient.
This school is definately a challenge to anyone who is interested in working on aircraft because the hands on training is what you make of it. If you complete every task with the innitiative and integrity to learn as much as possible it will be extremely beneficial towards your career as an A&P Mechanic and it is great learning material if you plan on getting a degree in aeronatical engineering or any major aviation related degrees because it covers every aspect of the aviation field.
I am studying to take my Airframe and Powerplant Test to be certified on aircraft and attending 4 months of Avionics training courses. Everything ive expierienced as a student so far was applicable to the aviation/Aerospace industry. From basics to complex system maintenance, the Aviation Institute of Maintenance in Dallas, Texas has been a great expierience for me and all my instructors taught me to have some integrity and innitiative for any task i am challenged with and for that i show alot of grattitude towards these instructors and it creates a great student teacher relationship as well as a good team with great work ethics.