Miami, FL USA – Wayman Aviation Academy’s website moved to Wayman.EDU today. The prestigious South Florida Flight school has earned a .EDU domain solidifying it’s distinction as an ACCET accredited institution of higher learning. The .EDU top level domain names are closely held and only made available for schools that meet the rigorous requirements and inspections of accreditation by ACCET.
Wayman Aviation Academy reached accreditation in the spring of 2019. The multi-year process from the Accrediting Council for Continuing Education and Training (ACCET) was strenuous. It took multiple audits, inspections and revisions to every part of the school to reach this distinction. The catalog was scrutinized to make sure that students were protected from enrollment to finances and job placement. The syllabus was equipped to not only meet FAA standards, but also the high bar of the US Department of Education. Accreditation requires the institution to have complete transparency in it’s processes. All advertising has to be factual, admissions must be clear about the schools offerings and requirements. Student affairs has to track progress, graduation and job placement.
The first fruit of this process is earning a .EDU domain name. This is a badge of honor and distinction that the school, it’s staff, instructors and students can use proudly. Wayman Aviation Academy has updated it’s homepage and website to meet this occasion. Its first website was launched in 1996 under Wayman.net and has gone through several revisions since its inception.
About Wayman Aviation
Wayman Aviation Academy is the largest and longest running Ab Initio flight school in South Florida. They are celebrating 33 years of launching pilots into the skies above Miami. The school focuses on initial training through commercial flight training in preparation for airline careers. They have 6 airline partners including SkyWest and Republic Airways which fly for American Airlines, United and Delta.
Wayman is approved for international student visas. It operates a fleet of 40+ aircraft across 2 bases at Hollywood North Perry Airport (KHWO) and Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport (KOPF). Wayman Aviation partners with Miami-Dade College, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, and Liberty University for degree programs. Learn more about Wayman Aviation Academy at Wayman.edu or on Instagram, YouTube, and Facebook @WaymanAviation