i think you might be right about that first part.
its not really university as a vocational trade school for aviation mechanics. im enrolled in a 14 month program that will give me every thing i need for an Aviation Maintenance Technician certification, and as soon as the school offers it (3 to 5 months) i will be enrolling in the last couple classes i need for the full Aviation Maintenance Professional certs. then its off to the work force with me and night classes for a BS in something aviation related.
and i agree. thats kinda why im heading that direction with career choice and i DEFIANTLY will
I thought about being a pilot at one point which I know is different to a mechanic but then I decided maybe it wasn't for me; I'm kinda scared of heights
Also, training is mega bucks unless you join the RAF first which is something I'd never want to do. I recall seeing somewhere that it's like Â£90,000 or something for a full course that teaches you to be a commercial pilot
That's like almost $150k.
I can't remember much to be honest, I was never that serious and it was a while ago