Transportation, Distribution and Logistics


Overview

This Career Cluster® is focused on planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail, and water and related professional support services such as transportation infrastructure planning and management, logistics services, mobile equipment, and facility maintenance.

    The Employability Skills for Career Readiness Standards must be an integrated component of all CTE course sequences.

    Automotive Service Technician (4-year/840 hours)

    The Automotive Service Technician program provides students with instruction in the operational and scientific nature of the automotive component systems including fuel, intake, exhaust, ignition, lubrication, braking, heating and cooling, electrical, and suspension systems. This program is aligned with the NATEF Automobile Service Technology (AST) program standards. The program must be certified and follow the national NATEF - AST program standards and requirements of AYES (Automotive Youth Education Systems).

    Automotive Technology (valid beginning 2021-2022)

    The Automotive Technology program provides students with instruction in the operational and scientific nature of the automotive component systems including fuel, intake, exhaust, ignition, lubrication, braking, heating and cooling, electrical, and suspension systems. This program is aligned with the NATEF Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR) program standards.

    Automotive Technology (3-year/540 hours) Last year offered 2023/2024 as level 3

    The Automotive Technology program provides students with instruction in the operational and scientific nature of the automotive component systems including fuel, intake, exhaust, ignition, lubrication, braking, heating and cooling, electrical, and suspension systems. This program is aligned with the NATEF Maintenance & Light Repair (MLR) program standards.

    Aviation Maintenance Technician

    The Aviation Maintenance Technician program will introduce students to the operational and scientific nature of the aviation maintenance industry. This program will introduce students to safe working habits, components of a reciprocating engine, aircraft control systems, and avionics systems.

    Aviation Technology

    The Aviation Technology program introduces student on the principles of flight, the aircraft flight environment, aircraft performance standards, flight controls, metrology, radio communications, flight planning, FAA regulations, navigation, the human body in flight, airman decisions making, accident prevention, Airman Information Manual, and the fundamentals of instrument flight. This course prepares the students to take the FAA Part 61.109 Private Pilot Written Exam

    Diesel Technology

    The Diesel Technology program provides students with fundamental diesel systems theory, service and repair. It will introduce the operational and scientific nature of diesel systems. It will provide students with a basic knowledge of diesel systems and operating principles. Areas of study include: engines, steering and suspension, preventative maintenance, hydraulics, electrical systems, and braking systems.