One very important fact I have learned as a new CTE teacher is you must source almost all of your material. Whether it is acquired from another more experienced teacher or lessons you have put together from scratch, you are your best bet at putting together teaching material. This is the very first piece of advice I would give to another new(er) CTE teacher. After they have taught these lessons once or twice they can tweak them to make them work for the goals they are trying to accomplish.
I would do this to help them understand a simple fact that was not explained to me any time in my first two years of teaching. That simple fact is this: As long as you are teaching the standards to the students, how you introduce, reinforce and evaluate them is almost completely up to you. This simplistic explanation should save them some time by expanding the areas they can source the information needing to be taught.