Aviation Schools

 

Aircraft/Airframe Mechanics

 

Students who choose a career in Aircraft/Airframe Mechanics, and complete OCP A of this instructional program are prepared to be employed as an Aviation General Maintenance Technician Helper.  
 
The purpose of program is to prepare students for employment or advanced training in the commercial and general aviation industry using FAA required subject matter to meet program specific FAA “General” requirements.  

 

Aircraft Powerplant Mechanics

 

Students who choose a career in Aircraft Powerplant Mechanics, and complete OCP A of this instructional program are prepared to be employed as an Aviation General Maintenance Technician Helper.  
 
The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment or advanced training in the commercial and general aviation industry using FAA required subject matter to meet program specific FAA “General” requirements. 

 

Avionics Technology

 

Students who choose a career in Avionics Technology, test, maintain, and produce aviation electronics. The purpose of this program is to prepare students for employment as avionics installation and repair technicians. 
 
The course content includes, but is not limited to repair and installation of airborne radio communications, radio navigation and radar equipment systems in accordance with regulatory and industry standards. 

 

NOTE: These program must be taught at an Aviation Maintenance Technician School (AMTS), certified and inspected by the FAA. Please see program standards for important information concerning FAA requirements, advanced training and certification for all aviation programs.

 


 

 

Automotive, Collision, Repair, and Refinishing Technology

 

Students entering careers in Automotive, Collision, Repair, and Refinishing Technology are knowledgeable in all phases of modern collision repair including frame and body work, welding, painting, composites, and sheet metal repair  related to the automotive collision repair and refinishing industry. 
 
The content of this program includes but is not limited to sheet metal repair skills; frame and unibody  aligning; use of fillers; paint and undercoats; related welding skills; trim-hardware maintenance; glass servicing; and other miscellaneous repairs.  

 

Automotive Detailing and Reconditioning

 

Students choosing a career in Automotive Detailing Reconditioning have an understanding of various materials, such as leather, plastics, paint finishes, vinyl, and metal. This program includes instruction in shop and occupational safety skills, and proficiency applying pin-striping, window tinting; and in reconditioning automotive interiors and exteriors.  

 

Automotive Service Technology 


(in Teach Out Mode, no new students should be enrolled in 2014-15, use new program below.)

 

Automotive Maintenance and Light Repair


Students who choose a career in Automotive Maintenance and Repair are knowledgeable in all phases of automotive operation and repair.  This program of study is built on NATEF requirements minimum certification in four occupational areas (Brakes, Electrical/Electronics, Engine Performance and Suspension/Steering) for program certification.

 

See program standards for detailed information of this program. 

 

 

 

 

CTE Students with Special Needs
Grades 6-12

Curriculum Standards

Career Education for Students with Disabilities (Repeatable for multiple credit)