IRVING, TX (7/22/13) – One year ago, Aviation Institute of Maintenance’s (AIM) Dallas campus became an authorized CATS Testing Center. Computer Assisted Testing Service, or CATS, delivers computer-based examinations of the FAA and FCC exams needed by the school’s students, graduates, and the Dallas/Fort Worth community. As well as celebrating the one year anniversary, the school reached another milestone; they administered their 500th FAA and/or FCC exam.
“Reflecting back to 2011, when only 64 AIM-Dallas graduates had taken the test, this momentous milestone is a clear indication of our students’ and graduates’ desire to obtain a rewarding career in the Aviation Maintenance industry,” states Campus Executive Director, David Meierotto.
In total, the AIM-Dallas’ CATS Testing Center has administered 536 FAA and/or FCC exams to the Dallas/Fort Worth community. “The campus is a friendly environment with flexible hours and attentive proctors, providing a delightful testing experience,” adds Meierotto.
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