AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION & REPAIR
The Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics Cluster incorporate career opportunities in all aspects of Automotive Collision, Automotive Technology, Diesel Technology, Small Engine Technology, Warehousing, Material Handling, and Distribution and Logistics. Students are engaged in the planning, management, and movement of people, materials, and goods by road, pipeline, air, rail, and water.
The standards listed are intended to serve as guides to assist teachers and administrators in providing an instructional program that is current and relevant. Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics skill standards address what a worker needs to know and are able to do to contribute to a safe, productive, and effective work environment. Students will be properly prepared for their careers when the standards are integrated with quality instructional techniques. The standards provide a secure foundation for future training in the student's career.
AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR TECHNOLOGY 1 - 4
Program Description: The Automotive Collision Repair Technology program is designed to prepare students to repair automobiles and light commercial vehicles under the supervision of an experienced automotive collision repair technician. Automotive Collision Repair Technology students receive instruction in frame alignment, surface finishing, and shop management. Upon successful completion of the program standards, the student will have the opportunity to acquire I-CAR Pro Level 1, be prepared for postsecondary education, and entry-level automotive collision repair-related careers. Program standards are based on Vehicle Manufacturers, and I-CAR industry standards.
- Non-Structural and Refinishing Certified
- Level 3
- Senior students are partnered with an industry professional
- Level 4
- Job placement assistance prior to graduation
**Students must meet all curriculum standards/teacher recommendation and soft skill criteria in order to participate in mentoring, internships, or job opportunities.