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Career Cluster
Transportation

Automotive Technician

This framework is designed for students to gain insight and skills and credentials necessary for success in this field, including OSHA 10 General Industry, S/P2 Safety and Pollution Prevention, and at least one of the essential National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Entry-Level Credentials.

Standards

Standards are critical areas of competency aligned to industry identified needs and Industry Recognized Credentials (IRCs) that will support student success in the field. Standards provide the structure that empower the teacher to choose the best curriculum and instructional approaches to guide skill and knowledge development for students.

Industry Recognized Credentials

Industry Recognized Credentials demonstrate standards and skills that strengthen student access to careers upon graduation. Each framework identifies at least one essential safety and essential industry credential, with supplemental and specialized credentials identified to help expand opportunities.

Instructional Resources

The following resources are provided to support educators in developing curriculum and delivering instruction related to this framework. For CTE Chapter 74 programs, instructors can refer to these resources in developing the 900+ hours of required learning time.

Employer Survey Highlights

Program Administration Resources 

auto repair

Automotive Technician Massachusetts Career Outlook

13,830

Annual Openings

$47,819

Median Wage

-309

New Jobs

Career and Technical Student Organization
State Teacher Licenses

Qualified teachers will hold a Career Technical Teacher License in Automotive Technology.