Aviron Technical Institute
Aviron Technical Institute was founded in 1937 by aviation pioneer Capitaine W. J. Guy, and european industrial educator Simon F. Flegg, when they combined their knowledge and expertise to create the trade school under the name “Aviron”. The institute is leading provider of aviation mechanics, today. Students can craft their education to graduate with confidence and pursue careers within the fields of electricity, auto mechanics, industrial drafting, and welding. Aviron Technical Institute of Montreal maintains its landmark status and is considered a reputable trade school. Offering a variety of loan and bursary programs, licensed by the MELS and enlisting experts in the industry, Aviron holds more than 600 students, providing them with the education they need to pursue their careers.
With over 60 certified faculty members, Aviron provide students with highly professional instructors, certified by the minister of education. Instructors at the institution are experienced mentors with qualified expertise in their respective field of teaching, preparing students to succeed in the competitive work place.
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