Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics

  • Learning activities simulate types of work environments students may encounter, which include opportunities to gain knowledge and skills through coordinated workplace learning experiences. The classroom and laboratory for this cluster provide a safe and appropriate setting for active, structured, and stimulating student learning and assessment. Safety, proper tool uses, and mechanical procedures are some of the important components of student learning.

    The Career Tech Student Organization for this cluster is SkillsUSA whose activities help students develop their potential for premier leadership, personal growth, and career success.

    Students participating in these programs have an opportunity to earn a Career Ready Benchmark in ASE (Automotive Service of Excellence) Certification.

    This program is offered at the following schools:

    Careers in this cluster include:

    • Automotive Service Technicians (Managers)
    • Diesel Mechanic
    • Rail Car Repairers
    • Supply Chain Manager
    • Dispatcher