Advanced Transportation & Logistics
What Does Our Sector Do For Los Angeles?
ATL (Formerly CETI, ATRE, Advanced Transportation and Renewable Energy) represents an array of clean energy technologies that form a critical part of California’s strategy for reducing its climate change impact and its dependency on foreign energy, as well as growing a robust green economy by helping California’s businesses remain competitive in a global market.
California has always been a world leader in clean energy technologies, but to advance our competitiveness a superior workforce – skilled for the rapidly changing clean energy technologies – must exist. Ensuring that California has a highly skilled, clean energy workforce is the goal of the Advanced Transportation and Logistics Sector and the focus of its state level, state wide Directors and regionally focused Regional Directors of Employer Engagement.
Logistics is a new area for this sector, and it is changing rapidly due to technology in blockchain and machine learning. Logistics professionals manage and coordinate activities involving the efficient, effective flow and storage of goods and services from the point of origin to the point of consumption. From planning and analysis to transportation management, warehouse operations management to purchasing and managing materials, the ATL sector empowers students to step into a wide range of positions.
In California more than 50,000 positions open up annually in Advanced Transportation and Logistics. This number is only expected to grow. Employment in Logistics alone is projected to grow seven percent from 2016 to 2026, and will be driven by the need for logistics in the transportation of goods in a global economy.
As the demand increases for personnel in advanced transportation, logistics, trucking aviation, and more, it is critical that students seeking careers in these fields keep up to date with new curriculum to stay competitive and knowledgeable to fill the jobs available. Visit the Advanced Transportation & Logistics website to learn more about our Sector, and visit the California Community Colleges website to find programs that will make you workforce ready.
What Resources Do We Offer?
Niche Programs Such As:
- Automotive & Transportation
- Alternative Fuels
- And Much More
K-12 And College Programs
Resources Such As:
- Category Specific Curriculums
- Reports & Studies
- Legacy Reports
- ATRE Investment Options
- And Much More