Transportation (CTE)

COURSES:
Introduction to Transportation Careers              9-12

Aviation Technology I                                     10-12
Drone Technology                                          10-12
Aviation Technology II                                    11-12

Automotive General Service Technology I         11-12
Automotive General Service Technology II        11-12


Introduction to Transportation Careers                                                                 
½ credit
Grades:  10, 11, 12
Description:    The movement of people, materials and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail and water. How transportation works and the careers that make it work.

 

Aviation Technology I
1 credit
Grades:  10, 11, 12
Description:  Students are provided with an understanding of the science of flight and include the history and possible career paths within the aviation industry. Aviation covers physics, the relationships of weight and balance, principles of navigation and flight control, ground and airport operations and services, and Federal Aviation Administration regulations.

Drone Technology
1 credit
Grades: 10-12
Description: The Unmanned Aircraft Systems course will teach students a basic understanding of recreational and commercial unmanned aircraft operations. Identify special-use airspace where UAS usage may be prohibited. Understand weather and how it affects flight of UAS. Understand general loading and performance data, airport operations. When students complete this course, they will have a general understanding and knowledge of the operation and uses of UAS as they pertain to the world of Aviation.

Aviation Technology II|
2 credit
Grades: 11-12
Prerequisite: Aviation Technology I
Description: Students will be prepared to pass the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) private pilot verbal exam. Work more on aircraft construction and engineering. Get into instrument flying

                       
Automotive Technology I
2 credits
Grades: 11, 12
Description: The General Service Technology program begins with an orientation to the eight areas of NATEF standardized programming – engine repair, automatic transmissions, manual drive, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/electronic systems, heating and air conditioning and engine performance. This is a sequential course and is a prerequisite to Automotive General Service Technology II.


Automotive Technology II
2 credits
Grades: 12
Prerequisites: Automotive Technology I
Description:  The second year General Service Technology program consists of continuing orientation to engine repair, automatic transmissions, manual drive, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/electronic systems, heating and air conditioning and engine performance. Students must complete the Electrical/Electronic Systems standard to pass complete the course. Automotive General Service Technology is a preparatory program to enter college Automotive Technology.