The Transportation career cluster prepares students for careers involving automotive repair, automotive collision repair, and aviation. Automotive careers require you to have a strong mechanical ability. The nation’s dependence on automobiles means the job demand will remain strong in the automotive fields. Aviation programs prepare students for a range of possible aviation careers, such as pilots, aircraft engineers, air traffic control specialists, aircraft mechanics, or airline statisticians.
Programs of Study
- Level 1: Introduction to Collision Repair
- Level 2: Collision Repair: Non-Structural
- Level 3: Collision Repair: Painting & Refinishing
- Level 4: Collision Repair: Damage Analysis, Estimating, and Customer Service
- Level 4: Work-Based Learning: Career Practicum
1May be taught for up to 3 credits. Implementation options vary; contact the career cluster consultant for more information.