Transportation

Airframe and Powerplant Mechanic

Occupational Purpose and Context

Airframe and powerplant apprentices diagnose, adjust, repair, or overhaul aircraft engines and assemblies, such as hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical systems. They use hand and power tools and testing equipment to troubleshoot, repair, and maintain all parts of aircraft and powerplant systems. (Excludes “Avionics Technicians” 49-2091)

Work Process Schedule (pdf)
Full Competency-Based Framework (pdf)

Avionics Technician

Occupational Purpose and Context

Avionics Technicians install, inspect, test, adjust, or repair aerospace electronics equipment, traditionally including—but not limited to—communication, navigation, surveillance, and connectivity systems, as well as control and information systems in aircraft or space vehicles.

Work Process Schedule (pdf)
Full Competency-Based Framework (pdf)

Transit Bus Technician

Occupational Purpose and Context

Transit bus technicians diagnose, adjust, repair, maintain, and overhaul buses and bus equipment. They typically work in municipal transit repair shops. Other occupations include working for a vendor or supplier, at a private bus company, or as an independent contractor.

Work Process Schedule (pdf)
Full Competency-Based Framework (pdf)

Transit Coach Operator

Occupational Purpose and Context

Transit coach operators provide safe, reliable, and courteous transportation for goods and passengers. These operators drive buses or motorcoaches, including regular route operations, charters, and private carriage. They sometimes assist passengers with baggage or Americans with Disabilities Act requirements and collect fares or tickets.

Work Process Schedule (pdf)
Full Competency-Based Framework (pdf)

Heavy and Tractor Trailer Truck Driver

Occupational Purpose and Context

These drivers provide safe transportation and delivery of goods, provide supply chain support, and support economic productivity. They are employed by large and small companies or are self-employed. Jobs often require extensive travel, and drivers must be able to work independently and autonomously. They must also be able to handle a great deal of responsibility, both for the safe transport of products and the safety of others on the road or in adjacent communities.

Work Process Schedule (pdf)
Full Competency-Based Framework (pdf)