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All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


2013
-
2014

Career and Technical Education

Transportation, Distribution & Logistics Courses


For up
-
to
-
date Bright Futures and State University System course eligibility information, go
to:

www.floridastudentfinancialaid.org/SSFAD/bf/acadrequire.htm


For up
-
to
-
date NCAA Clearinghouse course eligibility information, go to:

https://web1.ncaa.org/eligibilitycenter/student/index_student.html


The first seven digits of any course number listed below are determined by the Florida Department of
Education. The 8
th

digit of any cours
e number listed below is issued only by BCPS to meet the
scheduling needs of our district.



Program Title:

Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology

Program Number:


8709000

Credit:




9.00

Grade Level:



9
-
12


This program offers a
sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with
challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for
further education and careers in the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics ca
reer cluster; provides
technical skill proficiency, and includes competency
-
based applied learning that contributes to the
academic knowledge, higher
-
order rea
soning and problem
-
solving skills, work attitudes, general
employability skills, technical skill
s, and occupation
-
specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics career cluster.


The content includes but is not limited to basic trade skills; refinishing skills; sheetmetal repair skills;
frame and unibo
dy squaring and aligning; use of fillers; paint systems and undercoats; related welding
skills; related mechanical skills; trim
-
hardware maintenance; glass servicing; and other miscellaneous
repairs. The course content should also include training in commu
nication, leadership, human relations
and employability skills; and safe, efficient work practices.


This program focuses on broad, transferable skills and stresses understanding and demonstration of the
following elements of the
Automotive

industry; plann
ing, management, finance, technical and product
skills, underlying principles of technology, labor issues, community issues, and health, safety and
environmental issues.


Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy i
nstruction is shared
across the disciplines
through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills
.


Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing
these experiences with rigor.


Common Core St
ate Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what
students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills.


Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short con
ceptual
problems and applying math in new circumstances.


Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving “real world” challenges. This
CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situ
ations.


All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1

Course Number:

87090100

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the first of nine courses, required to complete the program, which must be scheduled
concurrently
or sequentially with courses 2 & 3. This course designed to introduce the field of auto body repair.
Topics include auto body careers, shop safety, tools and equipment, an overview of materials and
processes used in auto body manufacturing,
and basic auto body repair and refinishing procedures.

PRE REQUISITE: None

CO REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 2 and 3


SPECIAL NOTE: Available only at Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)


X


* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.
















All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 2

Course Number:

87090200

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the second of
nine courses, required to complete the program and provides instruction in vehicle
and industry knowledge, business management and safety.

PRE REQUISITE: None

CO
-
REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1 and 3

SPEC
IAL NOTE: Available only at Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only


Genera
l Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted
Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality
point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.
















All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program



Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 3

Course Number:

87090300

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the third of nine courses, required to complete the program and provides instruction vehicle and
industry knowledge, business management and safety.

Completion of courses 1, 2, and 3 results in
Occupational Completion Point A.

PRE REQUISITE: None

CO REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1 and 2

SPECIAL NOTE: Available only at Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.















All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 4

Course Number:

7090400

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the fourth of nine courses, required to complete the program and
provide instruction in vehicle and
industry knowledge, business management and safety.

Completion of this course results in Occupational Completion Point B.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1, 2 & 3

CO RERQUISITE: None

SPECIAL NOTE: Available only at Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Sea
l only


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.















All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program



Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and

Refinishing 5

Course Number:

87090500

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the fifth of nine courses, required to complete the program repair and replacement of body panels,
frame straightening, and the inspection and repair o
f unibody and frame type vehicles.

Completion of this course results in Occupational Completion Point C.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1, 2 & 3

CO REQUISITE: None

SPECIAL NOTE: Available only at Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only

Technical Dual Enrollment


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY
**

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted
Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality
point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.














All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 6

Course Number:

87090600

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the sixth of nine courses required to complete the program. This course focuses on refinishing
techniques, materials, and equipment.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1, 2 & 3

CO
REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 7

SPECIAL NOTE: Available only at Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only, Technical Dual Enrollment


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.



















All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 7

Course Number:

87090700

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the seventh of nine courses, required to complete the program.
This course focuses on
intermediate and advanced concepts and techniques of Auto Body Refinishing. This course includes
surface preparation, spray equipment, paint systems, chemistry, matching, mixing and applying; finish
defects, special finishes and saf
ety and environmental protection procedures.

Completion of courses six and seven result in Occupational Completion Point D.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1, 2 & 3

CO REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 6

SPEC
IAL NOTE: Available only at Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only, Technical Dual Enrollment


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.



All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing

8

Course Number:

87090800

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the eighth of nine courses, required to complete the program. This course focuses on the
competencies associated with the repair, replacement and adjustment of out
er body panels, preparing
metal parts and panels for refinishing, and applying body fillers.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1, 2 & 3

CO REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 9

SPECIAL NOTE: Available only at
Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only, Technical Dual Enrol
lment


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION

ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality
point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.



All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 9

Course Number:

87090900

Credit:



1.00

Grade Leve
l:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the ninth of nine courses, required to complete the program. This course focuses on the
competencies associated with the repair, replacement and adjustment of outer body panels, preparing
metal parts and panels for
refinishing, and applying body fillers and the repair of fiberglass and plastic
components.

Completion of courses eight and nine result in Occupational Completion Point E.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 1, 2 & 3

CO REQUISITE:
Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing 8

SPECIAL NOTE: Available only at Atlantic Technical Center and Sheridan Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only, Technical Dual Enrollment


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may
differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.



All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Program Title:


Automotive Service Technology

Program Number:


8709400

Credits:



12.00

Grade Level:



9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

SPECIAL NOTE:
To conform to the industry certification requirement required by Florida Statute
(F.S.) 1004.925 the Automotive Service Technology courses should be taught in the following
order: 1
, 2,

7, 6, 8, 9, 11, 12, at the high school level. OCPs can be awarded non
-
sequentially. OCPs
will be awar
ded in the following order:
A, F, E, G, and I.


This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with
challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills nee
ded to prepare for
further education and careers in the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics career cluster; provides
technical skill proficiency, and includes competency
-
based applied learning that contributes to the
academic knowledge, higher
-
order

rea
soning and problem
-
solving skills, work attitudes, general
employability skills, technical skills, and occupation
-
specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics career cluster.


The content includes but is not limited to broad, transferable skills and stresses understanding and
demonstration of the following elements of the
automotive

industry; planning, management, finance,
technical and product skills, underlying principles of t
echnology, labor issues, community issues and
health, safety, and environmental issues.


Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared
across the disciplines
through enhanced reading, comprehensio
n and evaluation skills
.


Students are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing
these experiences with rigor.


Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what

students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills.

.

Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual
problems and applying math in new circumstances.


Students are expected t
o apply appropriate math concepts while solving “real world” challenges. This
CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations.
















All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Service Technology 1

Course
Number:

87094100

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the first
course

in the Automotive Service Technology Program
and is

designed to introduce the
field of automotive service. Instruction includes the use of technical and fla
t rate manuals as well as a
variety of hand and power tools. Topics include auto service careers, shop safety, fuels, lubricants,
fasteners, tools, and equipment. An introduction to the major automobile systems and instruction in minor
service procedures
are provided.

The program must be offered in two
-
hour blocks at high schools or three
-
hour blocks at area technical
centers.

PRE REQUISITE: None

CO REQUISITE:
Automotive Service Technology 2

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only


Gener
al Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)


X


* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality
point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor

for more information
.

All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is
subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program



Course Title:


Automotive Service Technology 2

Course Number:

87094200

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the second course in the Automotive Service Technology Program and is designed to introduce
the field of automotive service. Instruction includes the use of technical and flat rate manuals as well as a
variety of hand and power tools. Topics inclu
de math, science, employability skills, communication, and
entrepreneurship related to the automotive industry

Completion of this course results in Occupational Completion Point A, Automotive Services Assistor. The
program must be offered in two
-
hour blo
cks at high schools or three
-
hour blocks at area technical
centers.

PRE REQUISITE: None

CO REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 1

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality
point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.













All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is
subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Service Technology 7

Course Number:

87094700 (Honors)

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major
Concepts/Content

This is the third course in the Automotive Service Technology Program

and is designed to teach the
principles, operation, diagnosis and repair of brake and hydraulic systems. Special emphasis will be given
to safety procedures and the spec
ific tools and instruments to be used.

Completion of this course results in Occupational Completion Point
F,

Automotive

Brake System
Technician. The program must be offered in two
-
hour blocks at high schools or three
-
hour blocks at area
technical centers.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Service
Technology 1 and 2

CO REQUISITE: None

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only Technical Dual Enrollment

(Honors Points) In order to be considered
for honors points the Automotive Service Technology
Program must be certified by NATEF in the four core NATEF certification areas and the curriculum
must address 95% of the NATEF Priority 1 standards, 90% of the NATEF Priority 2 standards, and
60% of the N
ATEF Priority 3 standards. Skills
-
USA must be an integral co
-
curricular activity.
Students must demonstrate mastery by passing the appropriate ASE End of Program Test in each
core area.


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic
Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



3

Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)

X




Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.

All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is
subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program



Course Title:


Automotive Service Technology 6

Course Number:

87094600 or 87094601 (Honors)

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the fourth course in the Automotive Service Technology

Program

and is designed to teach the
principles, operation, diagnosis and servicing of steering and suspension systems. Applications include
front wheel drive, rear wheel drive, 4
-
wheel drive and all wheel drive. Special emphasis will be given to
safety
procedures, and the specific tools and instruments to be used.

Completion of this course results in Occupational Completion
Point E
, Automotive

Suspension and
Steering Technician. The program must be offered in two
-
hour blocks at high schools or three
-
hou
r
blocks at area technical centers.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 1
, 2

& 7

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only

(Honors Points) In order to be considered for honors

points the Automotive Service Technology
Program must be certified by NATEF in the four core NATEF certification areas and the curriculum
must address 95% of the NATEF Priority 1 standards, 90% of the NATEF Priority 2 standards, and
60% of the NATEF Prior
ity 3 standards. Skills
-
USA must be an integral co
-
curricular activity.
Students must demonstrate mastery by passing the appropriate ASE End of Program Test in each
core area.


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright

Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association

(NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)

X




Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may
differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.


All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is
subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Service Technology 8

Course Number:

87094800 (Honors)

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the fifth course in the Automotive Service Technology Program

and teaches the principles,
operation, diagnosis and repair of electrical/electronic systems. Special emphasis will be given to safety
procedures, and speci
fic tools, and equipment to be used.

Completion of Automotive Service Technology 8 and 9 are required to achieve Occupational Completion
Point
G
, Automotive Electrical/Electronic System Technician. The program must be offered in two
-
hour
blocks at high sc
hools or three
-
hour blocks at area technical centers.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 1,
2
,

7

& 6

CO REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 9

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only Technical Dual Enrollment

(Honors Points) In order to be considered for honors points the Automotive Service Technology
Program must be certified by NATEF in the four core NATEF certification areas and the curriculum
must address 95% of the NATEF Priority 1 standards, 90% of the N
ATEF Priority 2 standards, and
60% of the NATEF Priority 3 standards. Skills
-
USA must be an integral co
-
curricular activity.
Students must demonstrate mastery by passing the appropriate ASE End of Program Test in each
core area.


General Course Information:


Y
ES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System
(SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



3

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)

X




Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality
point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.


All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is
subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Service Technology 9

Course Number:

87094900 (Honors)

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the sixth course in the Automotive Service Technology Program

and provides additional instruction
in the principles, operation, diagnosis and repair of elect
rical/electronic systems. Special emphasis will be
given to safety procedures and the specific tools and equipment to be used. Completion of Automotive
Service Technology 8 and 9 are required to achieve Occupational Completion Point
G
, Automotive
Electrica
l/Electronic Systems Technician. The program must be offered in two
-
hour blocks at high
schools or three
-
hour blocks at area technical centers.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 1,

2
,

7

& 6


CO REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 8

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only Technical Dual Enrollment

(Honors Points) In order to be considered for honors points the Automotive Service Technology
Program must be certified by NATEF in the four core NAT
EF certification areas and the curriculum
must address 95% of the NATEF Priority 1 standards, 90% of the NATEF Priority 2 standards, and
60% of the NATEF Priority 3 standards. Skills
-
USA must be an integral co
-
curricular activity.
Students must demonstrat
e mastery by passing the appropriate ASE End of Program Test in each
core area.


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



3

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)

X




Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.


All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is
subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Service Technology 11

Course Number:

87094920 (Honors)

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the seventh course in

the Automotive Service Technology Program

and provides instruction in
general engine diagnosis and fuel, air induction, positive crankcase ventilation and exhaust system
principles, operation, diagnosis and repair. Special emphasis will be given to safety

procedures and
specific tools, and instruments to be used. Completion of Automotive Service Technology 11 and 12 is
required to achieve Occupational Completion Point
I
, Automotive Engine Performance Technician. The
program must be offered in two
-
hour blo
cks at high schools or three
-
hour blocks at area technical
centers.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 1,

2
,

7
, 6
, 8 & 9

CO REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 12

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only Technical Dual Enrollment

(Honors Points) In order to be considered for honors points the Automotive Service Technology
Program must be certified by NATEF in the four core NATEF certification areas

and the curriculum
must address 95% of the NATEF Priority 1 standards, 90% of the NATEF Priority 2 standards, and
60% of the NATEF Priority 3 standards. Skills
-
USA must be an integral co
-
curricular activity.
Students must demonstrate mastery by passing

the appropriate ASE End of Program Test in each
core area.


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



3

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)

X




Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.

All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Automotive Service Technology 12

Course
Number:

87094930 (Honors)

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the eighth course in the Automotive Service Technology Program and provides additional

instruction in engine performance systems. Completion of Automotive Service T
echnology 11 and 12 are
required to achieve Occupational Completion Point
I
, Automotive Engine Performance Technician.

The program must be offered in two
-
hour blocks at high schools or three
-
hour blocks at area technical
centers.

PRE REQUISITE: Automotive

Service Technology 1
,
2
,
7, 6, 8, & 9

CO REQUISITE: Automotive Service Technology 11

SPECIAL NOTE: (Honors Points) In order to be considered for honors points the Automotive
Service Technology Program must be certified by NATEF in the four core NATEF
certification
areas and the curriculum must address 95% of the NATEF Priority 1 standards, 90% of the NATEF
Priority 2 standards, and 60% of the NATEF Priority 3 standards. Skills
-
USA must be an integral
co
-
curricular activity. Students must demonstrate

mastery by passing the appropriate ASE End
of Program Test in each core area.

BF/Gold Seal only, Technical Dual Enrollment


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



3

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)

X




Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may
differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.










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visit the respective websites for each program


Program Title:


Global Logistics and Supply Chain Technology

Program Number:


9503100

Credits:



4.00

Grade Level:



9
-
12


This program offers a sequence of courses

that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with
challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for
further education and careers in the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics career cluster; provi
des
technical skill proficiency, and includes competency
-
based applied learning that contributes to the
academic knowledge, higher
-
order rea
soning and problem
-
solving skills, work attitudes, general
employability skills, technical skills, and occupation
-
s
pecific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics career cluster.


The content includes but is not limited to
: the global supply chain, the logistics environment, safety
principles, quality control principles,
work communication practices, teamwork
-
workplace behavior
-

and
problem solving, supply chain computer systems, supply chain life cycle, product receiving and stocking,
product order processing, product shipment, safe operation and use of equipment, invento
ry control, safe
handling of hazardous materials, customs process/free trade, modes of transportation (air, sea, truck, and
rail), dispatch operations, routing and tracking operations, and customer relations.



Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared
across the disciplines
through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills
.


Students are expected to read and write with competency within

this CTE program by teachers providing
these experiences with rigor.


Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what
students need for future employment, including adaptive communications skills.

.

Student
s demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual
problems and applying math in new circumstances.


Students are expected to apply appropriate math concepts while solving “real world” challenges. This
CTE program

provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations.



















All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


CORE: Introduction to Information Technology

Course Number:

82073100

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This course is the first course in the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Technology program and provides
an introduction to information technology concepts and careers as well as the impact information
technology has on the world, people, the logistics ind
ustry and basic web design concepts. The content
includes information technology career research; operating systems and software applications; electronic
communications including e
-
mail and Internet services; basic HTML, DHMTL, and XML commands;
emerging
technologies; and web page design. Completion of this course results in Occupational
Completion Point B, Material Handler.

PRE REQUISITE: NONE


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement

X


FINE ARTS

Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)


X


* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may
differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.

















All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program



Course Title:


Global Logistics and Supply Chain Technology

Course Number:

9503110

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the second course in the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Technology Program and is designed
to introduce t
he basis of global logistics and the supply chain, transportation systems, communications,
and customer service. Topics include math, and communications related to the logistics industry

Completion of this course results in Occupational Completion Point A
, Packer.

PRE REQUISITE: Introduction to Information Technology

CO REQUISITE: None

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only



General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X

FINE ARTS

Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)


X


* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may
differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.



All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Global Logistics Operations

Course Number:

9503130

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the third course in the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Techno
logy Program and is designed to
introduce warehouse operations, economics, and environmental and regulatory compliance. Completion
of this course results in Occupational Completion Point C, Shipping Receiving and Traffic Clerk.

PRE REQUISITE: Introduction

to Information Technology and Global Logistics and Supply Chain
Technology

CO REQUISITE: None

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only



General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X

FINE ARTS

Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



3

Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)


X


* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may
differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.



All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Global Logistics Management

Course Number:

9503140

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This is the fourth course in the Global Logistics and Supply Chain Techn
ology Program and is designed
to introduce critical thinking and problem solving related to global logistics and supply chain procedures
and issues through work
-
based learning that may include mentoring, cooperative education, job
shadowing, and/or interns
hips. Completion of this course results in Occupational Completion Point D,
Logistics Technician.

PRE REQUISITE: Introduction to Information Technology, Global Logistics and Supply Chain
Technology, and Global Logistics Operations.

CO REQUISITE: None

SPECIAL NOTE: BF/Gold Seal only



General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X

FINE ARTS

Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



3

Industry Credential Eligible

X



Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)


X


* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.



All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Industrial
Cooperative Education (OJT)

Course Number:

87004000

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


10
-
12

Major Concepts/Content

This course must be taken with an industrial education program. The student can receive multiple credits
and a salary. An individual training pla
n is cooperatively developed and utilized by the teacher
coordinator, the employer, and the student. The plan includes identified competencies, objectives,
learning activities, evaluation strategies, and provisions for regularly scheduled visits by the te
acher
coordinator.

PRE REQUISITE: Enrolled in a Workforce Development Industrial Education program.

SPECIAL NOTE: Only one credit per year may be earned.


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)


X

4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level




Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)


X


* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.

















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visit the respective websites for each program


Program Title:


Marine Service Technology

Program Number:


8751000

Credits:



9.00

Grade Level:



9
-
12


This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with
challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and s
kills needed to prepare for
further education and careers in the Transportation, Distribution and Logistics career cluster; provides
technical skill proficiency, and includes competency
-
based applied learning that contributes to the
academic knowledge, hig
her
-
order rea
soning and problem
-
solving skills, work attitudes, general
employability skills, technical skills, and occupation
-
specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the
Transportation, Distribution and Logistics career cluster.


The content includes but is not limited to
the following: service, repair and overhaul of four
-
stroke and
two
-
stroke cycle engines and outboard motors; and service and repair of boating accessories. With
regard to the above, course content will include el
ectrical systems, fuel systems, power transfer systems,
ignition systems, cooling systems, lubrication systems, drive systems and boat and trailer rigging.


The course content should also include training in communication, leadership, human relations and
e
mployability skills; and safe, efficient work practices
.



Content area literacy has been embedded into the frameworks to ensure that literacy instruction is shared
across the disciplines
through enhanced reading, comprehension and evaluation skills
.


Stu
dents are expected to read and write with competency within this CTE program by teachers providing
these experiences with rigor.


Common Core State Standards are used to ensure the level of this CTE program coincides with what
students need for future empl
oyment, including adaptive communications skills.

.

Students demonstrate deep conceptual understanding of core math concepts by solving short conceptual
problems and applying math in new circumstances.


Students are expected to apply appropriate math conce
pts while solving “real world” challenges. This
CTE program provides opportunities for students to apply these math concepts in a variety of situations.


















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visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Marine Service I

Course Number:

87510100

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
10

Major Concepts/Content

This is the first of nine courses required to complete the program that must be scheduled sequentially.
These courses provide training for the safe care and use of power tools; applied two
and four cycle
engine theory; servicing and trouble
-
shooting, and repairing ignition systems and fuel systems.

Complete program consists of Marine Service 1 through 9.

Must be offered in blocks at high schools.

PRE REQUISITE: None

CO REQUISITE: Marine Service 2

SPECIAL NOTE: Available
ONLY

at South Broward High School and McFatter Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal
only


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)


X


* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.














All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Marine Service 2

Course Number:

87510200

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
10

Major Concepts/Content

This is the second of nine courses required to complete the program that must be scheduled sequentially.
This course is designed to provide instruction
in the different procedures for maintaining and repairing
basic two and four
-
stroke cycle engines. Complete program consists of Marine Mechanics 1 through 9.

Completion of Marine Service 1 and 2 results in Occupational Completion Point A, Marine Rigger.

Mu
st be offered in blocks at high schools.

PRE REQUISITE: None

CO REQUISITE: Marine Service 1

SPECIAL NOTE: Available
ONLY

at South Broward High School and McFatter Technical Center.
BF/Gold Seal only


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)

X


ELECTIVE

National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point.

** For the 3
-
year, 18 credit option, requirements may differ. See your guidance counselor for more information.














All information contained in this Curriculum Guide is subject to change. For current information, please
visit the respective websites for each program


Course Title:


Marine Service 3

Course Number:

87510300

Credit:



1.00

Grade Level:


9
-
10

Major Concepts/Content

This is the third of nine courses required to
complete the program that must be scheduled sequentially.
This course is designed to provide instruction in repairing electrical, cranking and ignition systems.
Complete program consists

Of Marine Service 1 through 9.

Completion of Marine Service 3 result
s in Occupational Completion Point B, Service Writer/Parts.

Must be offered in blocks at high schools.

PRE REQUISITE: Marine Service 1 & 2

CO REQUISITE: None

SPECIAL NOTE: Avai
lable
ONLY

at South Broward High School and McFatter Technical Center.

BF/Gold Seal only


General Course Information:


YES

NO

Other

Graduation Requirement


X


Bright
Futures (BF)



Florida Academic Scholar (FAS)


X



Florida Medallion Scholar (FMS)


X



Florida Gold Seal Vocational (FGSV)

X


4 YR 24 CREDIT
OPTION ONLY **

State University System (SUS)


X


National Collegiate Athletic Association
(NCAA)


X


BCPS “Core” Course


X


Course Level


1=below grade level,


2= at grade level,


3= above grade level



2

Industry Credential Eligible


X


Weighted Quality Points



State Honors (1 quality point)


X



BCPS Local Honors ONLY (1 quality point)


X



Pre IB (1 quality point)


X



Pre AICE (1 quality point)


X



AP (Advanced Placement) (2 quality points) *


X



IB (International Baccalaureate) (2 quality points)


X



AICE (Advanced International Certificate of Education)


(2 quality points)


X



Technical Dual Enrollment (2 quality points)

X



* Must take AP exam; otherwise only 1 quality point