3225 Winter Lake Road
Lakeland, FL 33803

Phone: 863-499-2700
Fax: 863-499-2706

Avionics Part 1 & Part 2

Program Description

Avionics is open to both high school and adult students. This program is designed to prepare the student for employment as an Avionics/Electronics technician. This program offers an add-on avionics certification for adults who have completed the Aircraft Airframe & Powerplant Mechanics courses.

Program Lengthtesting

For adult students, this program is 1400 hours for Part 1 and  720 hours for Part 2, or a total of 2120 program hours (65 weeks). The Avionics program is offered during the evening (fall and spring semesters). Students may enroll at any time during these semesters.


Student Services has information on programs offered at Traviss as well as tuition and other fees that may apply. Program cost typically includes tuition, application fee, lab fees, books, materials, uniforms and professional association fees. Depending on the program chosen, testing and certification fees may or may not be included. Tax is not included in total program cost.

Prerequisite Skills

Students need mechanical aptitude and good manual dexterity, and the ability to distinguish different colors of wire.

Admission Requirements

The Avionics program accepts students 18 years of age and older. Adult students desiring entry into these programs must meet all general admission requirements for Traviss Technical College.

Interested students should:

  1. Meet with a Traviss Technical College counselor.
  2. Take the TABE test.
  3. Complete the application/registration form.
  4. Apply for financial aid and/or meet with a Financial Aid Coordinator if applicable.
  5. Pay tuition and fees or show proof of financial aid.

Interested high school students should contact the Central Florida Aerospace Academy of Kathleen High School:
Phone: (863) 413-3620.

Job Placement & Opportunities

Various career programs offer On-the-Job training. An OJT Coordinator, working through Student Services assists current and former students in finding employment. Instructors also assist with placement through business and industry contacts.

For additional Information please contact Phyllis Baxla at (863) 413-3655.