What the FCC does offer is the (GROL) "The General Radiotelephone Operators License." This license is required by the FCC to fix radios, radars, and transponders in modern aircraft. The (GROL) also authorizes you to oversee unlicensed technicians as they perform radio and radar repair. You are not required to attend an Avionics Technical School to participate in the FCC examinations or to gain employment as an avionics technician. To be honest the FCC just looks good on a resume and shows dedication to your education for employers.
Step 1: Written Exam Preparation: This initial phase comprises the bulk of the three-day course and is designed to help candidates absorb the necessary material and ace the required FCC exams in the most efficient comprehensive manner possible. This is achieved through a combination of lectures, self-guided on-site computerized study, and on-site computer-based practice exams.
Step 2: The FCC Examinations: In order to obtain the General Radiotelephone Operator License all applicants must take and pass FCC Written Element 1 and FCC Written Element 3. After passing Elements 1, 3 most students opt to add on the (RE) Radar Endorsement to there new (GROL). You will be required to take and pass FCC Written Element 8. America's Best AMT Courses is a designated FCC testing Facility.
For anyone that is ready to take their FCC exam schedule it here by following the Link Below.
NOTE: All those seeking the GROL must be a legal resident of the United States or eligible to work in the United States.