741550A+ CERTIFICATION/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for computer installation, preventive maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic computer and peripheral servicing. Technical instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on computer mathematics and the features and functions of the hardware components of a computer system: storage devices, motherboard, power supply devices, central processing unit, display devices, peripherals and input devices, adapter cards, and printers as well as laptops. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of one of the Computer Operation courses (75-35-80, 75-35-90, 75-45-50, 75-45-60, or 75-45-70). ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMPUTER MATH HARDWARE - STORAGE DEVICES - MOTHERBOARD - POWER SUPPLY - CENTRAL PROCESSING UNIT (CPU) - DISPLAY DEVICES - PERIPHERALS AND INPUT DEVICES - ADAPTER CARDS - LAPTOP - PRINTERS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 741560A+ CERTIFICATION/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for computer installation, preventive maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic computer and peripheral servicing. Technical instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, as well as employability skills. Emphasis is placed on current Windows-based operating systems and software and their operational procedures. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the A+ Certification/1 (74-15-50/29-10-86) courseINTRODUCTION AND SAFETY OPERATING SYSTEMS (OS) AND SOFTWARE - WINDOW 2000 - WINDOWS XP PROFESSIONAL - XP HOME - XP MEDIACENTER - WINDOWS VISTA HOME - HOME PREMIUM - BUSINESS AND ULTIMATE OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 741570A+ CERTIFICATION/3This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for computer installation, preventive maintenance, networking, security, and troubleshooting. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic computer and peripheral servicing. Technical instruction includes an introduction, reviews of resource management and computer math, and basic entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on networking technologies/devices/protocols, basic security concepts and technologies, and troubleshooting, repair, and maintenance techniques and their relevance to the structure and function of a computer system. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the A+ Certification/2 (74-15-60/29-10-87) courses. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW COMPUTER MATH REVIEW NETWORKING SECURITY TROUBLESHOOTING ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 711080ACCOUNTING CLERK (UPGRADE)This competency-based course introduces the principles and processes in manual accounting prior to computerized systems and cycle. It includes automated accounting (calculators and computers used for recording and reporting), critical thinking/problem solving, employability skills, assessment of skills, and ethical decision-making skills which prepare individuals for employment in accounting and related occupations. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Typist: Keyboarding (71-50-88/21-13-72). Completion of or concurrent enrollment in advanced typing and formatting with a demonstrated proficiency of 40 words per minute on a five-minute timed writing is also required.INTRODUCTION ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES AND CONCEPTS TRANSACTION ANALYSIS JOURNALIZING AND POSTING WORKSHEET PROCEDURES FINANCIAL STATEMENTS BANKING PROCEDURES AND PETTY CASH ACCOUNTING PAYROLL ACCOUNTING COMPUTER APPLICATIONS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS FINAL EVALUATION 751550ACCOUNTING/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two designed for accounting. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in double-entry accounting systems. Instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety, resource management, business math, tools and equipment, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on regulatory agencies and professional groups, basic accounting principles, journals, general ledgers, worksheets, financial statements, adjusting and closing entries, spreadsheet accounting, accounts payable, accounts payable subsidiary ledgers, uncollectible accounts receivable, inventories and investments, short-term liabilities, and basic banking principles and procedures related to accounting. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires Algebra and Excel backgrounds. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BUSINESS MATH TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT REGULATORY AGENCIES AND PROFESSIONAL GROUPS BASIC ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES JOURNALS GENERAL LEDGERS WORKSHEETS FINANCIAL STATEMENTS ADJUSTING AND CLOSING ENTRIES SPREADSHEET ACCOUNTING ACCOUNTS PAYABLE ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SUBSIDIARY LEDGERS PETTY CASH SYSTEM ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE SUBSIDIARY LEDGERS UNCOLLECTIBLE ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE INVENTORIES AND INVESTMENTS SHORT-TERM LIABILITIES BANKING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 751560ACCOUNTING/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of two designed for accounting. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in double-entry accounting systems. Instruction includes an introduction, workplace safety, reviews of business math and employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. Emphasis is placed on the forms of business organizations, fixed assets, long-term liabilities, financial statement analysis, payroll, discounts, returns and allowances, job costing accounting, plant assets and depreciation, notes and interest, accrued items, and end-of-fiscal period. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Accounting/1 (75-15-50/21-02-50) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY BUSINESS MATH REVIEW FORMS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS FIXED ASSETS LONG-TERM LIABILITIES FINANCIAL STATEMENT ANALYSIS PAYROLL DISCOUNTS, RETURNS AND ALLOWANCES JOB COST ACCOUNTING PLANT ASSETS AND DEPRECIATION NOTES AND INTEREST ACCRUED ITEMS END-OF-FISCAL PERIOD EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 753550ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/1: OFFICE PROCEDURESThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for administrative assistant training. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in office procedures. It includes an orientation, workplace safety procedures, resource management, business ethics and attitudes, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the proper use of office tools and equipment including electronic calculating machines and reprographic equipment, telephone etiquette, email and mail processing, data and records management, the appropriate use of reference materials, and travel arrangements. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NONEORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT INTEGRATED OFFICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT ELECTRONIC CALCULATING MACHINES TELEPHONE TECHNIQUES EMAILS MAIL REPROGRAPHICS DATA VERIFICATION RECORDS MANAGEMENT REFERENCE MATERIALS TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS BUSINESS ETHICS AND ATTITUDES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 753560ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/2: BUSINESS ENGLISHThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for administrative assistant training. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in written and oral business communications. It includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety procedures and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the rules of English grammar, spelling, and punctuation, and the applications of those rules in business writing and reporting. It also covers techniques in effective reading, listening and speaking. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Administrative Assistant/1: Office Procedures (75-35-50/21-17-50) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS GRAMMAR SPELLING AND VOCABULARY PUNCTUATION BUSINESS LETTER AND REPORT WRITING READING, LISTENING, AND SPEAKING SKILLS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 753570ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/3: BUSINESS MATHThis competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for administrative assistant training. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in business mathematics. It includes an introduction, reviews of workplace safety procedures and employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. Emphasis is placed on the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals, fractions, and mixed numbers as well as the applications of the mathematical rules in the computation of word and money problems. This course also promotes speed and accuracy utilizing an electronic calculator. It develops proficiency in checking and verifying data and other business-related problems with and without the use of an electronic calculator. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Administrative Assistant/2: Business English (75-35-60/21-17-51) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION MULTIPLICATION AND DIVISION FRACTIONS PERCENTAGE, BASE, AND RATE DISCOUNTS AND INTEREST RATES MEASUREMENTS, TABLES, AND GRAPHS ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR OPERATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 305074ADULT SECONDARY EDUCATION/EDU. AND CAREER PLANNINGThis competency-based course is designed to assist Adult Secondary Education students in creating a personal education and career plan. Instructional areas include Personal Information, School Information, School Environment, Curriculum, Program Transitions, Learner Goal-Setting and Learner Persistence, Study Skills and Classroom Environment, Time Management, GED Readiness and Graduation Requirements.*This is a non-credit course and may be repeated to learn specific competencies.None.The number 30-06-74 is used for reporting hours students genereate through GED preparation.797050AIRFRAME AND POWERPLANT TECHNICIANThis competency-based course includes instruction in general subjects related to both airframe and powerplant, including basic mathematics, basic physics, basic electricity, aircraft drawings, weight and balance, fluid lines and fittings, materials and processes, ground operation and servicing, cleaning and corrosion control, maintenance forms, records and publications, and mechanic privileges and limitations. It prepares students to pass parts of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airframe and powerplant mechanic examinations. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. Enrollment requires eighth grade level English and mathematics skills and the minimum age of 16. ORIENTATION BASIC MATHEMATICS BASIC PHYSICS BASIC ELECTRICITY AIRCRAFT DRAWINGS WEIGHT AND BALANCE FLUID LINES AND FITTINGS MATERIALS AND PROCESSES GROUND OPERATION AND SERVICING CLEANING AND CORROSION CONTROL MAINTENANCE FORMS, RECORDS, AND PUBLICATIONS MECHANIC PRIVILEGES AND LIMITATIONS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 797070AIRFRAME TECHNICIAN TRAINEEThis competency-based course includes instruction in aircraft airframe theory: modern techniques, equipment, and materials used in the repair and maintenance of airframes; electrical, hydraulic, instrument, and environmental control systems, blueprint reading, measurement, sheet metal development, fabrication, welding, heat treating, finishing, aircraft assembly and rigging, fabric covering, and repair. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires the ability to speak, read, write, and understand English at the eighth grade level.ORIENTATION AIRCRAFT STRUCTURES AND AIRFRAME STRUCTURAL REPAIR ASSEMBLY AND RIGGING AIRCRAFT FABRIC COVERING AIRCRAFT PAINT AND FINISHES AIRCRAFT WELDING ICE AND RAIN PROTECTION HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC POWER SYSTEMS LANDING GEAR SYSTEMS FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS AIRCRAFT ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS COMMUNICATIONS AND NAVIGATION SYSTEMS CABIN ATMOSPHERE CONTROL SYSTEM FUEL SYSTEMS POSITION AND WARNING SYSTEMS WOOD STRUCTURES AIRFRAME INSPECTION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 310270ALGEBRA 1/AThis competency-based course introduces the following concepts and skills in Algebra: expressions, equations, inequalities, formulas, functions, and systems of equations. The competencies in this course align with the Algebra 1 Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the 'c' (mathematics) subject area of the UC/CSU: 'a-g' requirements for freshman admission.After a student has completed this course he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.A grade equivalency (GE) of 9.0 or higher on the TABE 9M Math Complete Battery at the time of enrollment. Students who score below 9.0 are referred to the ABE math program. (See Math 1, 2, 3 course outlines for placement.) or Completion of Math 3 (90% or higher on all assessments), and passage of the TABE 9A Math Complete Battery with a grade equivalency of 9.0 or higher. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 Reading Complete Battery is recommended.310271ALGEBRA 1/BThis competency-based course introduces the following concepts and skills in Algebra: exponents and exponential functions, polynomials and factoring, quadratic functions and equations, radical expressions and equations, rational expressions, data analysis and probability. The competencies in this course align with the Algebra 1 Common Core Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the “c” (mathematics) subject area of the UC/CSU: “a-g” requirements for freshman admission.After a student has completed this course he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.1. A grade equivalency (GE) of 9.0 or higher on the TABE 9M Math Complete Battery at the time of enrollment. Students who score below 9.0 are referred to the ABE math program. (See Math 1, 2, 3 course outlines for placement.) 2. Completion of Algebra 1/A. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 Reading Complete Battery is recommended. 310272ALGEBRA/INTRO 2798051AUTO BODY REPAIR/1: NON-STRUCTURALThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence of five designed for the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certification in Auto Body Repair. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in non-structural analysis and damage repair of automobiles using sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto body repair tools and equipment. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of non-structural analysis and damage repair: preparation, outer body panel repairs/replacements/adjustments, metal finishing and body filling, movable glass and hardware, metal welding and cutting, plastics and adhesives. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. NONEORIENTATION AND SAFETY TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT NON-STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DAMAGE REPAIR PREPARATION OUTER BODY PANEL REPAIRS, REPLACEMENTS, AND ADJUSTMENTS METAL FINISHING AND BODY FILLING MOVABLE GLASS AND HARDWARE METAL WELDING AND CUTTING PLASTICS AND ADHESIVES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 798053AUTO BODY REPAIR/2: STRUCTURALThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of five designed for the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certification in Auto Body Repair. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in structural analysis and damage repair of automobiles using sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance and storage of auto body repair tools and equipment. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of structural analysis and damage repair: frame inspection and repair, unibody inspection/measurement/repair, fixed glass, and metal welding and cutting. It also expands the coverage of trade mathematics, reviews resource management and employability skills, and teaches entrepreneurial skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires the ability to lift and carry heavy items as required in the industry and successful completion of the course Auto Body Repair/1: Non Structural (79-80-51/29-02-55).INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS AND DAMAGE REPAIR FRAME INSPECTION AND REPAIR UNIBODY INSPECTION, MEASUREMENT AND REPAIR FIXED GLASS METAL WELDING AND CUTTING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTRPRENEURIAL SKILLS 798057AUTO BODY REPAIR/4: PAINTING AND REFINISHINGThis competency-based course is the fourth in a sequence of five designed for the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) certification in Auto Body Repair. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in auto body painting and refinishing using sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto body painting and refinishing tools and equipment. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas: surface preparation, spray gun and related equipment operation, paint mixing/matching/application, causes and cures of paint defects, and final details. It also reviews trade mathematics, resource management, employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires the ability to lift and carry heavy items as required in the industry and successful completion of the course Auto Body Repair/3: Mechanical and Electrical (79-80-55/29-02-61).INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW SURFACE PREPARATION SPRAY GUN AND RELATED EQUIPMENT OPERATION PAINT MIXING, MATCHING, AND APPLICATION PAINT DEFECTS: CAUSES AND CURES FINAL DETAILS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS REVIEW 799053AUTO TECH: BRAKESThis competency-based course is one in a sequence of courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in an area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto repair tools and equipment as well as the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems. Emphasis is placed on on the techniques in the following areas of brake diagnosis and repair: general, hydraulic system, drum brake, disc brake, power assist units, wheel bearings, parking brakes, electronic brake, and control systems. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73/29-03-66) course. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS GENERAL BRAKE SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS HYDRAULIC SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR DRUM BRAKE DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR DISC BRAKE DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR POWER ASSIST UNITS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR MISCELLANEOUS (WHEEL BEARINGS, PARKING BRAKES, ELECTRICAL, ETC.) DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR ELECTRONIC BRAKE, TRACTION AND STABILITY CONTROL SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 799055AUTO TECH: DIESEL/1This competency-based course is one in a sequence of three courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience with diesel engines incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of diesel repair tools and equipment as well as the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of diesel engine diagnosis and repair: general, cylinder head and valve train, and engine block. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73/29-03-66) courseORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT BASIC PRINCIPLES OF DIESEL BOSCH FUEL INJECTION SYSTEM GENERAL MOTORS FUEL INJECTION SYSTEMS LUCAS CAV INJECTION SYSTEM GENERAL DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR CYLINDER HEAD AND VALVE TRAIN ENGINE BLOCK DIESEL ELECTRIC VEHICLES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 799057AUTO TECH: DIESEL/2This competency-based course is one in a sequence of three courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience with diesel engines incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of diesel engine diagnosis and repair: lubrication, cooling, air induction, exhaust, fuel supply, and electronic fuel management systems, and the engine brakes. It also reviews the proper use, maintenance, and storage of diesel repair tools and equipment, the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems, trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. The course also presents an introduction to entrepreneurship. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Diesel/1 (79-90-55/29-03-57). INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS REVIEW TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT REVIEW LUBRICATION SYSTEM COOLING SYSTEM AIR INDUCTION AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS FUEL SYSTEM FUEL SUPPLY SYSTEM ELECTRONIC FUEL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ENGINE BRAKES PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE DIESEL ELECTRIC VEHICLE REVIEW EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 799059AUTO TECH: DRIVE TRAINThis competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in a medium/heavy truck specialty area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto repair tools and equipment as well as the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of diesel drive train diagnosis and repair: clutch, transmission, drive shaft, universal joint, and drive axle. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Diesel/2 (79-90-57/29-03-58) courseORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT CLUTCH TRANSMISSION DRIVESHAFT AND UNIVERSAL JOINT DRIVE AXLE PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 799061AUTO TECH: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS/1This competency-based course is one in a sequence of courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in an automobile area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto repair tools and equipment as well as the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of electrical and electronic diagnosis and repair: general diagnosis of domestic and import cars, battery, starting system, and charging system. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73/29-03-66) course. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS BASIC AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY GENERAL MOTORS FUEL AND IGNITION CONTROL FORD ELECTRICAL FUEL AND IGNITION CONTROL CHRYSLER FUEL AND IGNITION CONTROL IMPORT ELECTRICAL FUEL AND IGNITION CONTROL GENERAL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS BATTERY DIAGNOSIS AND SERVICE STARTING SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR CHARGING SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 799063AUTO TECH: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS/2This competency-based course is one in a sequence of courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in an automobile area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes a review of classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of electrical and electronic diagnosis and repair: lighting systems, gauges, warning devices, driver information systems, horn and wiper/washer, and accessories. It also offers entrepreneurial skills and reviews of the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto repair tools and equipment, the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems, trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of CompletionEnrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Electrical and Electronics/1 (79-90-61/29-03-60) course. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT REVIEW SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS REVIEW ELECTRICAL THEORY GENERAL MOTORS FUEL AND IGNITION CONTROL REVIEW FORD ELECTRICAL FUEL AND IGNITION CONTROL REVIEW CHRYSLER FUEL AND IGNITION CONTROL REVIEW IMPORT ELECTRICAL FUEL AND IGNITION CONTROL REVIEW LIGHTING SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR GAUGES, WARNING DEVICES, AND DRIVER INFORMATION SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR HORN AND WIPER/WASHER DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR ACCESSORIES DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 799065AUTO TECH: EMISSION CONTROL/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two designed to meet the Bureau of Automotive Regulation (BAR) licensing requirements for the Basic Clean Air Car Course Program. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in emission control using sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of emission control: vehicle testing, On Board Diagnosis (OBD) II systems tests and diagnostics, malfunction indicator light (MIL) trouble codes, main monitors and readiness tests. It also teaches resource management, trade mathematics, use of service manuals and computer-based information systems, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Performance/1 (79-90-69/29-03-64) and Auto Tech: Engine Performance/2 (79-90-71/29-03-65) courses or one year experience in the automotive engine performance area. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS BUREAU OF AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR (BAR) RULES AND REGULATIONS BAR-97 EMISSION INSPECTION SYSTEM (EIS) SMOG CHECK PROGRAM: 2003 AND 2005 UPDATES VEHICLE EMISSION TESTING PROCEDURES OBD II SYSTEM HISTORY, TESTING, AND DIAGNOSTICS OBD II MALFUNCTION INDICATOR LIGHT (MIL) STRATEGIES AND DIAGNOSTIC TROUBLE CODES OBD II MAIN MONITORS AND READINESS TESTS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 799067AUTO TECH: EMISSION CONTROL/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of two designed to meet the Bureau of Automotive Regulation (BAR) licensing requirements for the Advanced Clean Air Course Program. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in emission control using sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of emission control: NOx emissions, DSO, loaded mode emissions, catalytic converter, and BAR-97 EIS testing procedures for the Enhanced Area Program. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Emission Control/1 (79-90-65/29-03-62) course. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS REVIEW NITROGEN OXIDE (NOx) EMISSIONS DIGITAL STORAGE OSCILLISCOPE (DSO) BAR'S DIAGNOSTIC FLOW CHART LOADED MODE EMISSIONS CATALYTIC CONVERTER BAR -97 EIS FOR ENHANCED AREA PROGRAM EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 799069AUTO TECH: ENGINE PERFORMANCE/1This competency-based course is one in a sequence of courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in an automobile area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto repair tools and equipment, the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems, and an introduction to the different engine designs, automotive electricity, hybrid vehicles, and alternative fuel vehicles. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of engine performance diagnosis and repair: general, computerized engine controls, and ignition system. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73/29-03-66) course. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINE DESIGNS BASIC AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY GENERAL ENGINE DIAGNOSIS COMPUTERIZED ENGINE CONTROLS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR IGNITION SYSTEM DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR HYBRID VEHICLES ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 799071AUTO TECH: ENGINE PERFORMANCE/2This competency-based course is one in a sequence of courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in an automobile area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of engine performance: fuel, air induction, and exhaust systems, emission controls systems, and engine-related service. It also offers reviews of engine design, automotive electricity, hybrid vehicles, and alternative fuel vehicles. An introduction to entrepreneurship is also included as well as reviews of resource management, trade mathematics, tools and equipment, service manuals and computer-based information system, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Performance/1 (79-90-69/29-03-64). INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT REVIEW SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS REVIEW ENGINE DESIGN REVIEW AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY REVIEW FUEL, AIR INDUCTION, AND EXHAUST SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR ENGINE-RELATED SERVICE HYBRID VEHICLE REVIEW ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLE REVIEW EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 799073AUTO TECH: ENGINE REPAIRThis competency-based course is one in a sequence of courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in an automobile area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of engine repair tools and equipment, the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems, and an introduction to hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of engine repair: general engine, cylinder head and valve train, engine block assembly, and lubrication and cooling systems. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of CompletionNone ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINES FUEL AND INDUCTION SYSTEMS ELECTRICAL IGNITION SYSTEM HYBRID VEHICLES ALTERNATIVE FUEL VEHICLES GENERAL ENGINE DIAGNOSIS: REMOVAL AND NSTALLATION (R & R) CYLINDER HEAD AND VALVE TRAIN DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR ENGINE BLOCK ASSEMBLY DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR LUBRICATION AND COOLING SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 796070AUTO TECH: EXHAUST EMISSIONS-20 HR SMOG LIC (UPG)This competency-based course meets the requirements for the BAR 20-Hour Update #1 for currently employed and licensed California State Smog Technicians. Instruction includes an introduction to ASM testing and diagnosis; oscilloscope testing and waveform pattern diagnosis; lab scope operation and analysis of fuel control sensors; use of the scan tool, DVOM, and lab scope; and different types of tests that can be used to determine the efficiency of the catalytic converter. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a California Smog Technician license, an 8.0 reading level as measured by the TABE D 9/10 and math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76). ORIENTATION AND SAFETY INTRODUCTION TO ASM TESTING AND DIAGNOSIS OSCILLOSCOPE TESTING AND WAVEFORM PATTERN DIAGNOSIS LAB SCOPE OPERATION AND ANALYSIS OF FUEL CONTROL SENSORS DIAGNOSING WITH TODAY'S TOOLS: THE SCAN TOO, DVOM AND LAB SCOPE CATALYTIC CONVERTER INSPECTION AND TESTING FINAL EXAMINATION 799077AUTO TECH: MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN AND AXLESThis competency-based course is one in a sequence of courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in an automobile area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto repair tools and equipment as well as the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of manual drive train and axle diagnosis and repair: general, clutch, transmission/transaxle, drive shaft, half shaft, universal and constant-velocity joint, and drive axle. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of CompletionEnrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73/29-03-66) course. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS GENERAL DRIVE TRAIN DIAGNOSIS CLUTCH DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR DRIVE SHAFT AND HALF SHAFT, UNIVERSAL AND CONSTANT- VELOCITY (CV) JOINT DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR DRIVE AXLE DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR RING AND PINION GEARS AND DIFFERENTIAL CASE ASSEMBLY LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL DRIVE AXLE SHAFT FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE/ALL-WHEEL DRIVE COMPONENT DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 799079AUTO TECH: SUSPENSION AND STEERINGThis competency-based course is one in a sequence of courses designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in an automobile area incorporating sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes classroom and workplace policies and procedures in accordance with federal, state, and local safety and environmental regulations. It covers the proper use, maintenance, and storage of auto repair tools and equipment as well as the effective use of service manuals and computer-based information systems. Emphasis is placed on the techniques in the following areas of suspension and steering diagnosis and repair: general, steering, suspension, related steering and suspension, wheels, and tires. It also teaches trade mathematics, resource management, employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum StandardsThis course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73/29-03-66) courseORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT SERVICE MANUALS AND COMPUTER-BASED INFORMATION SYSTEMS GENERAL SUSPENSION AND STEERING SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS STEERING SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR SUSPENSION SYSTEMS DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR RELATED SUSPENSION AND STEERING SERVICE WHEEL ALIGNMENT DIAGNOSIS, ADJUSTMENT, AND REPAIR WHEEL AND TIRE DIAGNOSIS AND REPAIR EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 785050BAKER (FUNDAMENTALS)This competency-based course contains entry-level training, enabling graduates to qualify for first year apprentice positions in the commercial baking industry. Students are exposed to hands-on production procedures including scaling, mixing, make-up, baking, finishing, and merchandising of commercial baking products. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NONEINTRODUCTION SAFETY AND SANITATION WEIGHTS AND MEASURES INGREDIENTS EQUIPMENT BREAD VARIETIES SWEET YEAST DOUGH BASIC DOUGHNUT AND CRULLER PRODUCTION BASIC PROCEDURES OF CAKE PRODUCTION BASIC PIE PRODUCTION BASIC COOKIE PRODUCTION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 784570BARBER CROSSOVER FOR COSMETOLOGISTThis competency-based course is designed for cosmetologists to receive training to become a licensed barber. The course is 400 hours of technical instruction and practical operations covering barber practices that are not part of the required cosmetologist training. Technical instruction includes theory lectures, demonstrations, textbook study, and examination. Practical operations include practice of complete services on mannequins and real customers. The competencies in this course are aligned with California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course cannot be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion.Students should be a licensed Cosmetologist or present proof of successful completion of a Board-approved Cosmetology program in California to take Barber Crossover for Cosmetologist.ORIENTATION AND SAFETY THE BARBERING AND COSMETOLOGY ACT /THE BOARD'S RULES AND REGULATIONS CHEMISTRY IN BARBERING ELECTRICITY IN BARBERING DISINFECTION AND SANITATION BACTERIOLOGY, ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY WET HAIR STYLING THERMAL HAIR STYLING PERMANENT WAVING CHEMICAL STRAIGHTENING HAIRCUTTING HAIR COLORING AND BLEACHING SHAVES, FACE, SKIN & HAIR CARE: PREPARATION SHAVES, FACE, SKIN & HAIR CARE: PERFORMANCE ENTREPRENEURSHIP/SHOP MANAGEMENT SALESMANSHIP EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 784551BARBER/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of five covering aspects of barbering pursuant to Section 7316 of the Barbering and Cosmetology Act. It provides students with project-based learning experiences in haircutting and hairstyling. Technical instruction includes an orientation and workplace safety policies and procedures. Emphasis is placed on haircutting/hairstyling, shaving, and shampoos. This course prepares students for the examination by the State Board of Barber Examiners. Hours acquired through this course may be applied toward a 1500-hour barbering course at any time within three years from a student's last date of attendance. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires students to be seventeen years of age or older and must have tenth grade equivalency.ORIENTATION AND SAFETY HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES - PART I SHAVES I - PART I SHAMPOOS - PART I 784553BARBER/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of five covering aspects of barbering pursuant to Section 7316 of the Barbering and Cosmetology Act. It provides students with project-based learning experiences in haircutting and hairstyling. Emphasis is placed on haircutting/hairstyling, shaving, rest facials, and shampoos. This course prepares students for the examination by the State Board of Barber Examiners. Hours acquired through this course may be applied toward a 1500-hour barbering course at any time within three years from a student's last date of attendance. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Barber/1 (78-45-51/28-17-74). HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES - PART II SHAVES - PART II REST FACIALS - PART I SHAMPOOS - PART II 784555BARBER/3This competency-based course is the third in a sequence of five covering aspects of barbering pursuant to Section 7316 of the Barbering and Cosmetology Act. It provides students with project-based learning experiences in haircutting and hairstyling. Technical instruction includes an introduction and workplace safety policies and procedures. Emphasis is placed on haircutting/hairstyling, scalp manipulations, and hair waving/curling. This course prepares students for the examination by the State Board of Barber Examiners. Hours acquired through this course may be applied toward a 1500-hour barbering course at any time within three years from a student's last date of attendance. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Barber/2 (78-45-53/28-17-74). INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES - PART III SCALP MANIPULATIONS - PART I HAIR WAVING AND CURLING - PART I 784557BARBER/4This competency-based course is the fourth in a sequence of five covering aspects of barbering pursuant to Section 7316 of the Barbering and Cosmetology Act. It provides students with project-based learning experiences in haircutting and hairstyling. Emphasis is placed on haircutting/hairstyling, scalp manipulations, hair waving/curling, hair coloring/tinting, and hair processing/chemical relaxing. This course prepares students for the examination by the State Board of Barber Examiners. Hours acquired through this course may be applied toward a 1500-hour barbering course at any time within three years from a student's last date of attendance. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Barber/3 (78-45-55/28-17-75). HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES - PART IV SCALP MANIPULATIONS - PART II HAIR WAVING AND CURLING - PART II HAIR COLORING AND TINTING - PART I HAIR PROCESSING AND CHEMICAL RELAXING- PART I 784559BARBER/5This competency-based course is the fifth in a sequence of five covering aspects of barbering pursuant to Section 7316 of the Barbering and Cosmetology Act. It provides students with project-based learning experiences in haircutting and hairstyling. Technical instruction includes an introduction and workplace safety policies and procedures. Emphasis is placed on haircutting/hairstyling, shaving, rest facials, shampoos, scalp manipulations, hair waving/curling, hair coloring/tinting, and hair processing/chemical relaxing. It also teaches entrepreneurship/shop management, salesmanship, and employability skills. This course prepares students for the examination by the State Board of Barber Examiners. Hours acquired through this course may be applied toward a 1500-hour barbering course at any time within three years from a student's last date of attendance. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Barber/4 (78-45-57/28-17-76). INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY HAIRCUTS AND HAIRSTYLES - PART V SHAVES - PART III REST FACIALS - PART II SHAMPOOS - PART III HAIR WAVING AND CURLING - PART III HAIR COLORING AND TINTING - PART II HAIR PROCESSING AND CHEMICAL RELAXING - PART II ENTREPRENEUSHIP/SHOP MANAGEMENT SALESMANSHIP EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS EVALUATION 530383BASIC LANGUAGE ARTS - ADVANCEDThis competency-based course provides instruction in basic language arts for two grade levels -- Levels 7 and 8. Emphasis is placed on listening and oral skills, composition, mechanics, grammar and usage; critical thinking skills; skills for content area writing; life and workplace skills; and reference and study skills. Adults are provided with the basic language skills that integrate SCANS competencies, English-Language Content Standards for California Public Schools, Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) competencies, and the Model Program Standards for Adult Basic Education. The ultimate goal is to help adult students acquire the competencies needed to fulfill their roles as family members, workers and community members. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.Ability to read at a minimum of 7.0 grade level.530381BASIC LANGUAGE ARTS - BEGINNINGThis competency-based course provides instruction in basic language arts for four grade levels -- Level 0 (readiness), 1, 2 and 3. Emphasis is placed on readiness skills, oral and listening skills, composition, mechanics, grammar and usage; writing applications integrated with life skills; critical thinking skills; and reference, location and study skills. Adults are provided with the basic language skills that integrate the SCANS competencies, English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools, Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) competencies, and the Model Program Standards for Adult Basic Education. The ultimate goal is to help adult students acquire the competencies needed to fulfill their roles as family members, workers and community members. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.NONE530382BASIC LANGUAGE ARTS - INTERMEDIATEThis competency-based course provides instruction in basic language arts for three grade levels -- Levels 4, 5 and 6. Emphasis is placed on listening and oral skills, composition, mechanics, grammar and usage; critical thinking skills; and reference and study skills Adults are provided with the basic language skills that integrate SCANS competencies, English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools, Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) competencies, and the Model Program Standards for Adult Basic Education. The ultimate goal is to help adult students acquire the competencies needed to fulfill their roles as family members, workers and community members. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.Ability to read at a minimum of 4.0 grade level.360971BIOLOGY/1This competency-based course provides students with an introduction to the following scientific concepts and applications: scientific method, cell biology, physiology and ecology. This course will give students an opportunity to develop skills using scientific equipment to collect, store and analyze data. The competencies in this course are aligned with the Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the d (Laboratory Science) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission.1. A minimum reading comprehension level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 2. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 360973BIOLOGY/1/LIFE SCIENCEThis competency-based course provides students with an introduction to the following scientific concepts and applications: scientific method, cell biology, physiology and ecology. This course will give students an opportunity to develop skills using scientific equipment to collect, store and analyze data. The competencies in this course are aligned with the Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the g (Elective) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission1. A minimum reading comprehension level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 2. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 360972BIOLOGY/2This competency-based course provides students with an introduction to the following scientific concepts and applications: genetics and evolution. This course will give students an opportunity to develop skills using scientific equipment to collect, store and analyze data. The competencies in this course are aligned with the Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the d (Laboratory Science) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission.1. A minimum reading comprehension level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 2. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) 3. Concurrently enrolled in, or completed Algebra 1/B (31-02-71) 4. Completion of Biology/1 (36-09-71) 5. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 360974BIOLOGY/2/LIFE SCIENCEThis competency-based course provides students with an introduction to the following scientific concepts and applications: genetics and evolution. This course will give students an opportunity to develop skills using scientific equipment to collect, store and analyze data. The competencies in this course are aligned with the Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the g (Elective) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission1. Completion of Biology/1/Life Science (36-09-73) 2. A minimum reading comprehension level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 3. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 797550BUILDING & GROUNDS WORKER (FUNDAMENTALS)This competency-based course prepares trainees for entry-level employment as school custodians, upgrades skills, and prepares employees for promotion. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NONEORIENTATION SAFETY REGULATIONS SAFETY PROCEDURES SANITARY FACILITIES HARD FLOOR CARE (DAILY/WEEKLY MAINTENANCE) FLOOR CARE (PROJECT CLEANING) CARPET CARE CARPET CARE (PROJECT CLEANING) DUSTING/WALL CARE/GLASS CLEANING GROUNDS, YARD, AND LAWN CARE EMPLOYABLITY SKILLS 785080CHEF ASSISTANTThis competency-based course provides entry-level and intermediate training to enable a graduate to qualify as a catering assistant, institutional and restaurant apprentice cook, and other positions that require first-hand knowledge and experience in food service. Students are exposed to prep cooking, presentation, and storage in various food categories, with hands-on procedures and classroom theory. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 and math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76), excellent gross motor skills, and ability to do heavy lifting as required by industry. INTRODUCTION SAFETY AND SANITATION WEIGHTS AND MEASURES INGREDIENTS CATERING, FOOD PRESENTATION, & GARNISHING METHODS OF COOKING TECHNIQUES OF COOKING MEATS, INCLUDING SEAFOOD FRUIT CHEESE EGGS VEGETABLES GRAINS HERB CULTURE SALAD DRESSING, DIPS, SPREADS, & MARINADES STOCKS AND SOUPS SAUCES PATES AND TERRINES CONDIMENTS, NUTS, SEEDS, OLIVES, PICKLES, RELISHES MILK PRODUCTS/SOY PASTA MEATLESS MENUS LABOR MANAGEMENT BUDGET CONTROL PERSONNEL FUNCTIONS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS721550CHILD DEVELOPMENT/1: FOUNDATIONSThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for early childhood education. It provides students with project-based experiences in child development programs. Instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, techniques on communications and critical thinking, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the theories of human development and growth. Field observations and experiences with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers are provided as application components of studying child development program goals, guidance techniques, health and nutrition practices, indoor and outdoor environments, and special education requirements. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires employment-level competency in reading, written and oral communications, math, and computer operation.ORIENTATION AND SAFETY COMMUNICATION SKILLS CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS THEORIES OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH THE INFANT THE TODDLER THE PRESCHOOLER PROGRAM GOALS GUIDANCE HEALTH AND NUTRITION PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT SPECIAL EDUCATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 721560CHILD DEVELOPMENT/2: CURRICULUMThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for early childhood education. It provides students with project-based experiences in child development curricula. Instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the principles and practices of effective curriculum planning including play-based curricular activities and activities that enhance familial and societal relationships of students. Field observations and experiences with groups of young children are included as part of the planning, delivery, and evaluation of the health, arts, language arts, math, science, social studies, and physical education curricula. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Child Development/1: Foundations (72-15-50/28-02-50) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY CURRICULUM PLANNING PLAY-BASED CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES HEALTH CURRICULUM ARTS CURRICULUM LANGUAGE ARTS CURRICULUM MATH CURRICULUM SCIENCE CURRICULUM SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM PHYSICAL EDUCATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 721570CHILD DEVELOPMENT/3: SUPERVISIONThis competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for early childhood education. It provides students with project-based experiences in child development program supervision. Instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, techniques on communications and critical thinking, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on program development, supervision, evaluation, staff and volunteer recruitment and retention, staff relations, facility maintenance, business practices, staff and student health and nutrition, parental involvement, and public relations. Field observations and experiences are included as part of the evaluation of a program's supervisory policies and practices. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Child Development/2: Curriculum (72-15-60/28-02-51) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY COMMUNICATION SKILLS REVIEW CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS REVIEW PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND SUPERVISION PROGRAM EVALUATION HUMAN AND STAFF RELATIONS FACILITY MAINTENANCE BUSINESS PRACTICES HEALTH AND NUTRITION PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT PUBLIC RELATIONS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 500190CITIZENSHIP - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course provides students with information on aspects of American citizenship, including preparation for naturalization; important events in United States history; the Constitution and its historic background; study of the organization, powers, and duties of federal, state, and local governments; understanding and appreciation of American culture, institutions, and ideals; while developing the listening, reading, speaking, reading and writing skills of limited English-proficient students. Emphasis is placed on the privileges, duties, and responsibilities of citizens.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.Demonstrate competence in the skills of ESL Intermediate High/A (50-01-54) as measured by any test approved by the Division.431251COMMUNICATION SKILLS/SIGN LANGUAGE/BEGINNINGThis competency-based course provides introductory training for conversing in and understanding basic American Sign Language. Instruction includes finger spelling; expressing language using body language, gestures and other non-verbal cues; and investigating the myriad attributes of deafness. The course outline integrates the competency-based components with SCANS skills and competencies. Classroom activities that incorporate SCANS are included.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.None431252COMMUNICATION SKILLS/SIGN LANGUAGE/INTERMEDIATECredit changed from 0 to 10.00 effective 4/28/03 This competency-based course provides intermediate training for expressing and receiving American Sign Language. Finger spelling; expressing language with the body; and investigating the nature of deafness and services are covered. The course outline integrates the competency-based components with SCANS skills and competencies. Classroom activities that incorporate SCANS are included.Successful completion of Communication Skills/Sign Language/Beginning (43-12-51).431253COMMUNICATION SKILLS/SIGN LANGUAGE/INTERPRETER PREThis competency-based course provides an introduction to interpreting for the deaf. Finger spelling, expressive and receptive communication using a variety of sign systems are covered. The course outline integrates the competency-based components with SCANS skills and competencies. Classroom activities that incorporate SCANS are included.Successful completion of Communication Skills/Sign Language/Intermediate (43-12-52).753580COMPUTER OPERATION/1: FOUNDATIONSThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence designed for computer operation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic computer operation. It includes an orientation, workplace safety, resource management, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the computer and its parts, computer operating systems, word processing, file management, Internet applications, e-mail, computer ethics and security, and virus and spyware protection. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NOTE: For Perkins funding purposes this course has been designated as an introductory course.A minimum reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test. If the student has not been enrolled in a keyboarding course or has not mastered 25 words per minute, it is recommended that the student be concurrently enrolled in a keyboarding course.ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMPUTER HARDWARE, TERMINOLOGY AND MEDIA STORAGE COMPUTER SOFTWARE, OPERATING SYSTEMS AND VIRUS PROTECTION INTRODUCTION TO WORD PROCESSING FILE MANAGEMENT THE INTERNET E-MAIL COMPUTER ETHICS AND SECURITY EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 753590COMPUTER OPERATION/2: APPLICATIONS - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of courses designed for computer operation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in the applications of computer programs. It includes an orientation and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the techniques for word processing and electronic spreadsheets. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer Operation/1: Foundations (75-35-80/21-18-50). INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY KEYBOARDING REINFORCEMENT INTEGRATED PROGRAMS WORD PROCESSING SPREADSHEET EMAILING MAIL MERGING SCANNING INTERNET DOWNLOADING PROGRAM UPGRADES WORLD WIDE WEB OPERATING A PRESENCE ON THE WEB NEWSGROUPS TROUBLESHOOTING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 754550COMPUTER OPERATION/3: DATABASE MANAGEMENTThis competency-based course is the third in a sequence of five designed for computer operation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in database management. It includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on basic filing, alphabetic indexing, cross-referencing techniques for on-file documents, application of system commands for file maintenance, and the creation, documentation, and protection of functional data files. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer Operation/2: Applications (75-35-90/21-18-51).INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY BASIC FILING SYSTEM ALPHABETIC INDEXING CROSS-REFERENCING OPERATING SYSTEMS DATABASE MANAGEMENT EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 754560COMPUTER OPERATION/4: PRESENTATIONSThis competency-based course is the fourth in a sequence of five designed for computer operation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in presentation programs. It includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the different types of presentation graphics software, understanding the parts of the PowerPoint screen, navigating an existing presentation, creating a new presentation using the basic principles of design, filling in text boxes, inserting and formatting objects to edit and improve the presentation graphics, adding private notes for the speaker, printing the slides, and tips to maximize the effect and utility of the presentation. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer Operation/3: Database Management (75-45-50/21-18-52) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY PRESENTATION GRAPHICS POWERPOINT SCREEN NAVIGATING AN EXISTING PRESENTATION DESIGNING A NEW PRESENTATION FILLING IN TEXT BOXES INSERTING AND FORMATTING OBJECTS ADDING SPEAKER'S NOTES PRINTING SLIDES PRESENTATION TIPS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 754570COMPUTER OPERATION/5: IC3 CERTIFICATION PREPThis competency-based course is the last in a sequence of five designed for computer operation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in fulfilling the requirements of the Internet and Computing Core Certificate (IC³) Program, a global training and certification program for students and employees who want to excel in a digital world. IC³ Certification consists of three core certification exams: Computing Fundamentals, Key Applications, and Living On-Line. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer Operation/4: Presentations (75-45-60/21-18-53). I. COMPUTING FUNDAMENTALS COMPUTER CONCEPTS DATA PROCESSING DATA INPUT AND OUTPUT COMPUTER SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGY AS A PROBLEM SOLVER TECHNOLOGY AND THE CHANGING WORKPLACE AND SOCIETY OPERATING SYSTEMS WINDOWS THE HELP SYSTEM CUSTOMIZING THE DESKTOP FILE MANAGEMENT DISKS, FOLDERS, AND FILES SHORTCUTS AND WINDOWS EXPLORER II. KEY APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO APPLICATIONS INTRODUCTION TO WORD PROCESSING EDITING DOCUMENTS FORMATTING DOCUMENTS WORKING WITH TABLES DESKTOP PUBLISHING WORKING WITH PRESENTATION GRAPHICS VISUAL ELEMENTS SPREADSHEETS WORKSHEET WORKSHEET FORMULAS FUNCTIONS AND FORMULAS COMMUNICATING INFORMATION WITH THE WORKSHEET DATABASES EDITING RECORDS AND USING DATA FORMS ORDERING AND FINDING DATA, CREATING REPORTS & MAILING LABELS ELECTRONIC TIME MANAGEMENT SYSTEM III. LIVING ON LINE NETWORK CONCEPTS INTERNET FUNCTIONS INTERNET APPLICATIONS RESEARCH AND THE INTERNET EVALUATING ELECTRONIC INFORMATION SECURITY AND PRIVACY ISSUES 793065COMPUTER TECHNICIAN (INTRODUCTION)This competency-based course prepares students for entry-level positions in the field of microcomputer repair. Instruction includes an introduction to the hardware components of a computer system, introduction to computer math, and basic electrical and electronic theory with transition to specific skill training in a computing machinery technology. This course introduces the student to the components of the systemboard, microprocessors and hard drives. Students will learn the fundamentals of installing hard drives, understand system resources and resolve conflicts, and identify types of memory as they are used in computer processing. Other areas of instruction include: the components of monitors, multimedia/peripherals, and modems. Students are introduced to the skills needed in the diagnosis and the service of microcomputers and printers. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 8.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test and math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76). ORIENTATION AND SAFETY INTRODUCTION TO HARDWARE COMPUTER MATH ELECTRICITY AND POWER INTRODUCTION TO DOS 6.2x THE SYSTEMBOARD MICROPROCESSORS HARD DRIVES INSTALLING HARD DRIVES CONFIGURATION MEMORY MONITORS MULTIMEDIA/PERIPHERALS MODEMS WINDOWS 9x SUPPORTING WINDOWS 9x THE INTERNET TROUBLESHOOTING SKILLS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 793090COMPUTER TECHNICIAN: A+ CERTIFICATION (UPGRADE) - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course prepares students for the A+ Certification Exams in computer repair. The intent of this course is to upgrade students' existing computer repair skills. Level of instruction assumes student has an advanced working knowledge of troubleshooting, service and support skills with regard to computer repair. Areas of instruction include: advanced instruction in the different types of microprocessors used in microcomputers, support of Windows-based operating systems. Instruction also includes the support and service of ink-jet and laser printers as well as the support of laptop computers. Students are provided with simulated certification testing and test-taking strategies to prepare for the A+ Certification Exam. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test and math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76). Student must also have a working knowledge of troubleshooting, service and support skills with regard to computer repair. An interview with receiving instructor to evaluate student's expertise is required as well. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY ADVANCED DOS 6.2x THE SYSTEMBOARD MICROPROCESSORS HARD DRIVES PRINTERS SUPPORTING WINDOWS 3.1x NETWORKING SUPPORTING WINDOWS 9x WINDOWS NT AND 2000 LAPTOP COMPUTERS SIMULATED CERTIFICATION TESTING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 742570COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN (CAD): ARCHITECTURALThis competency-based course is one of the two designed for computer-aided design (CAD). It provides students with project-based experiences in architectural CAD. Technical instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on architectural terminology, design standards, and methods. Drawing construction with CAD focuses on architectural drafting based on conventional techniques that range from basic to intermediate and advanced levels. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer-Aided Design: Mechanical (74-25-80/29-10-96). ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT CAD INTRODUCTION TRADE MATHEMATICS ARCHITECTURAL TERMINOLOGY, DESIGN STANDARDS, AND METHODS COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS CAD BASICS INTERMEDIATE CAD ADVANCED CAD EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 713550CONSTRUCTION WORK/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for construction work. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic residential, commercial and earthquake retrofitting construction using sustainable and green technology. Instruction includes an orientation, labor history, workplace safety, resource management, First Aid/CPR, OSHA 10, tools & equipment, trade mathematics & blueprints, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the techniques, tools, and materials required for concrete work, masonry, floor and wall construction, and roof construction. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course cannot be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion.NONEORIENTATION AND INDUSTRY AWARENESS HERITAGE OF THE AMERICAN WORKER SAFETY CPR & FIRST AID OSHA-10 TOOLS, EQUIPMENT AND MATERIALS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS BLUEPRINT READING CONCRETE MASONRY FLOOR AND WALL CONSTRUCTION ROOF CONSTRUCTION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 713560CONSTRUCTION WORK/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for construction work. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic residential, commercial and earthquake retrofitting in construction using sustainable and green technology. Instruction includes an introduction, workplace safety, and reviews of resource management, trade mathematics, plumbing, Los Angeles Department Water & Power (DWP) infrastructure earthquake resistant pipe replacement and drywall installation. It also covers the operation, maintenance, and storage of power tools. The competencies in this course are aligned with California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.For Perkins purposes this course has been designated as a concentrator courseEnrollment requires successful completion of the Construction Work/1 71-35-50course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW PLUMBING LOS ANGELES DWP INFRASTRUCTURE EARTHQUAKE RESISTANT PIPE REPLACEMENT DRYWALL INSTALLATION POWER TOOLS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 713570CONSTRUCTION WORK/3This competency-based course is the third in a sequence of three designed for construction work. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic residential, commercial and earthquake retrofitting in construction using sustainable and green technology. Instruction includes and introduction, workplace safety, and reviews of resource management, trade mathematics, employability skills, and apprenticeship preparation. Emphasis is placed on the techniques, tools and materials required for finish carpentry, plumbing review and electrical work, roofing and painting. The competencies in this course are aligned with California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course cannot be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Construction/2 71-35-60 course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW FINISH CARPENTRY PLUBMING REVIEW ELECTRICAL ROOFING PAINTING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 785090COOK TRAINEE - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course develops entry-level skills to enable a student to qualify as an institutional or restaurant apprentice cook. Students are exposed to prep cooking, presentation, and storage in various food categories; correct use and care of kitchen tools and equipment; sanitation and food handling techniques, with hands-on procedures and classroom theory. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards. Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 and math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76). INTRODUCTION SAFETY AND SANITATION TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT WEIGHTS AND MEASURES INGREDIENTS METHODS OF COOKING TECHNIQUES OF COOKING MEATS, INCLUDING SEAFOOD FRUIT VEGETABLES SALAD DRESSING, DIPS, SPREADS, AND MARINADES STOCKS AND SOUPS SAUCES MILK PROUCTS/SOY GRAINS AND PASTA SANDWICHES AND HORS D'OEUVRES BREAKFAST PREPARATIONS, DAIRY PRODUCTS, COFFEE, & TEA CATERING, FOOD PRESENTATION. AND GARNISHING PASTRY CHEF EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS784595COSMETOLOGY SPECIALIST - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is designed to prepare trainees for specialization in the cosmetology trade. Instruction includes bacteriology, anatomy, and physiology as well as disinfection, sanitation, safety, and resource management in the four specialty options: Option I: Esthetician, Option II: Hair Stylist, Option III: Manicurist, and Option IV: State Board Exam Review. Emphasis is placed on color theory, contouring, formal makeup, and theatrical makeup in Option I: Esthetician. Emphasis is placed on braids, extension, and advanced hair coloring in Option II: Hair Stylist. Emphasis is placed on spa manicuring and pedicuring in Option III: Manicurist. Emphasis is placed on the coverage of the Esthetician, Manicurist, and Cosmetologist examinations in Option IV: State Board Exam Review. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires knowledge of basic cosmetology or barbering. OPTION I: ESTHETICIAN BACTERIOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY DISINFECTION, SANITATION, AND SAFETY COLOR THEORY AND CONTOURINGT FORMAL MAKEUP THEATRICAL MAKEUP RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OPTION II: HAIR STYLIST BACTERIOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY DISINFECTION, SANITATION, AND SAFETY BRAIDS EXTENSION ADVANCED HAIR COLORING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OPTION III: MANICURIST BACTERIOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY ADVANCED NAIL DESIGN SPA MANICURING AND PEDICURING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OPTION IV; STATE BOARD EXAM REVIEW ESTHETICIAN EXAM MANICURIST EXAM COSMETOLOGIST EXAM784560COSMETOLOGY/1This competency-based course is the first of three for cosmetology training and offers a 400-hour course conducted under the rules and regulations issued by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC). This course develops the skills needed to take and pass the license examination. Instruction includes state regulations and basic chemistry, electricity, bacteriology, anatomy, and physiology in cosmetology as well as health, safety, and sanitation issues. It focuses on wet and thermal hair styling; permanent waving; chemical straightening; haircutting; hair coloring and bleaching; manual, electrical, and chemical facials; eyebrow arching and hair removal; makeup, lash and brow tinting, and false eyelashes; and natural and artificial nails techniques. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires applicants to be at least 16 years of age and must have completed the tenth grade or have the equivalent of a tenth grade education.THE BARBERING AND COSEMETOLOGY ACT/THE BOARD'S RULES AND REGULATIONS CHEMISTRY IN COSMETOLOGY HEALTH, SAFETY, AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ELECTRICITY IN COSEMETOLOGY DISINFECTION AND SANITATION BACTERIOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY WET HAIRSTYLING I THERMAL HAIRSTYLING I PERMANENT WAVING I CHEMICAL STRAIGHTENING I HAIRCUTTING I HAIR COLORING AND BLEACHINGI MANUAL, ELECTRICAL, AND CHEMICAL FACIALS EYEBROW ARCHING AND HAIR REMOVAL MAKEUP, LASH-AND-BROW TINTING, AND FALSE EYELASHES NATURAL NAILS ARTIFICIAL NAILS 784563COSMETOLOGY/2This competency-based outline is the second of the three-series cosmetology training and offers the 600-hour course conducted under the rules and regulations issued by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC). This course develops the skills needed to take and pass the license examination. Instruction includes wet and thermal hair styling; permanent waving; chemical straightening; haircutting; technical instruction and practical training in esthetics, manicuring, pedicuring, and artificial nails; and health and safety technical instruction review. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Cosmetology/1 (78-45-60).WET HAIRSTYLING II THERMAL HAIRSTYLING II HAIR COLORING AND BLEACHING II PERMANENT WAVING II CHEMICAL STRAIGHTENING II HAIRCUTTING II TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICAL TRAINING IN ESTHETICS IN MANICURING, PEDICURING, AND ARTIFICIAL NAILS HEALTH AND SAFETY TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION REVIEW I 784565COSMETOLOGY/3This competency-based outline is the third and last of the three-series cosmetology training and offers the 600-hour course conducted under the rules and regulations issued by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC). This course develops the skills needed to take and pass the license examination. Instruction includes hairstyling and hairdressing; permanent waving and chemical straightening; hair coloring and bleaching; haircutting; technical instruction and practical training in esthetics, pedicures, and artificial nails; health and safety technical instruction review; professional image; and the salon/spa business and preparation for employment. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Cosmetology/2 (78-45-63) course.HAIR STYLING AND HAIRDRESSING PERMANENT WAVING AND CHEMICAL STRAIGHTENING HAIR COLORING AND BLEACHING III HAIRCUTTING III TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICAL TRAINING IN ESTHETICS TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION AND PRACTICAL TRAINING IN PEDICURES AND ARTIFICIAL NAILS HEALTH AND SAFETY TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION REVIEW II PROFESSIONAL IMAGE THE SALON/SPA BUSINESS AND PREPARATION FOR EMPLOYMENT 771550CULINARY ARTS: BAKING/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two designed for baking. It provides students with project-based learning experiences in the art and science of baking. Technical instruction includes an orientation, resource management, weights and measures, equipment, safety and sanitation, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the ingredients and preparatory baking techniques used for basic bread, sweet yeast dough, doughnut, and cruller production. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT WEIGHTS AND MEASURES EQUIPMENT SAFETY AND SANITATION INGREDIENTS BREAD SWEET YEAST DOUGH DOUGHNUT AND CRULLER EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 771580CULINARY ARTS: CATERINGThis competency-based course provides students with project-based learning experiences in catering. Technical instruction includes an orientation, safety and sanitation, weights and measures, tools and equipment, food garnishing and presentation, cooking techniques, ingredients, resource management, budget expense and control, employability skills, and labor management. Emphasis is placed on the preparatory and presentation techniques used for the following: meats including seafood; cheese; eggs; vegetables; grains; herbs; fruit; salad dressings, dips, spreads, and marinades; stocks and soups; sauces; patés and terrines; condiments, nuts, seeds, olives, pickles, and relishes; milk and soy products; and pasta. It also covers the preparatory and presentation techniques used for vegetarian dishes, sandwiches, hors d'oeuvres, and breakfast. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of another course from the Culinary Arts sequence. ORIENTATION SAFETY AND SANITATION WEIGHTS AND MEASURES TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT FOOD GARNISHING AND PRESENTATION COOKING TECHNIQUES INGREDIENTS MEATS, INCLUDING SEAFOOD CHEESE EGGS VEGETABLES GRAINS HERBS FRUIT SALAD DRESSINGS, DIPS, SPREADS, AND MARINADES STOCKS AND SOUPS SAUCES PATES AND TERRINES CONDIMENTS, NUTS, SEEDS, OLIVES, PICKLES, AND RELISHES MILK AND SOY PRODUCTS PASTA VEGETARIAN MENUS SANDWICHES AND HORS D'OEUVRES BREAKFAST RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BUDGET EXPENSE AND CONTROL EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS LABOR MANAGEMENT 716050CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVEThis competency-based course prepares students in providing customer services to a variety of industry and/or company environments. This course contains instruction in assessing individual work styles and identifying effective work behaviors; identifying and building personal/interpersonal skills to sustain employment; strengthening thinking and problem solving in the workplace, and identifying work site employment. Instruction of business-related oral and written communication skills (customer face-to-face interaction, effective telephone skills) is also included. An introduction to the fundamentals of customer service and customer service representative job-readiness skills is provided. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 8.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION/INTRODUCTION WORK STYLE SUSTAINING EMPLOYMENT A. INTERPERSONAL SKILLS IN THE WORKPLACE B. THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING IN THE WORKPLACE C. WORKSITE EMPLOYMENT ISSUES ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS FUNDAMENTALS OF CUSTOMER SERVICE STRATEGIES OF HANDLING IRATE CUSTOMERS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 763556DENTAL ASSISTING/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for dental assisting. It provides students with project-based experiences in chairside assisting and dental emergency procedures. Technical instruction includes an introduction, review of workplace safety policies and procedures, compliance review, dental mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on procuring a patient's medical/dental history and vital signs, completion of a dental chart, and the instruments/materials/techniques used in chairside procedures and dental emergencies. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Dental Assisting/1 (76-35-53/27-11-59) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY DENTAL MATHEMATICS COMPLIANCE REVIEW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PATIENT HISTORY VITAL SIGNS DENTAL CHART CHAIRSIDE PROCEDURES DENTAL EMERGENCY PROCEDURES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 763559DENTAL ASSISTING/3This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for dental assisting. It provides students with project-based experiences in the dental office and clinic. Technical instruction includes an introduction, reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, compliance issues, and employability skills, as well as introductory entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on dental office management procedures, dental radiography, digital radiography, and inservice clinical practice. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Dental Assisting/2 (76-35-56/27-11-60) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY COMPLIANCE REVIEW OFFICE MANAGEMENT DENTAL RADIOGRAPHY DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS INSERVICE CLINICAL PRACTICE 705570DESKTOP PUBLISHING/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two designed for desktop publishing. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in grammar application, computer operating systems, the fundamentals of word processing, spreadsheets, and database management, desktop publishing elements and principles, typography, features and functions of professional desktop publishing software programs, proofreading and editing, features and functions of professional graphics software, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires a reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 and math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76), completion of English 3 (23-10-73) or equivalent writing skills as determined by student writing sample evaluated by the instructor, knowledge of Windows operating system, working knowledge of a word processing program and the ability to key 30 words per minute. ORIENTATION GRAMMAR COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEMS WORD PROCESSING, SPREADSHEETS, AND DATABASE MANAGEMENT DESKTOP PUBLISHING TYPOGRAPHY DESKTOP PUBLISHING SOFTWARE PROOFREADING GRAPHICS SOFTWARE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 705575DESKTOP PUBLISHING/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of two designed for desktop publishing. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in job planning and development, paste-up techniques, resource management, and entrepreneurial skills. This course also includes reviews in grammar application, desktop publishing elements and principles, proofreading and editing techniques, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Desktop Publishing/1 (70-55-70/29-04-59) course and portfolio.INTRODUCTION GRAMMAR REVIEW DESKTOP PUBLISHING JOB PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT PASTE-UP PROOFREADING AND EDITING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 721090EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ASSISTANT/1 - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course provides training for the paraprofessional seeking employment as a Child Care Aide in nursery schools, child care centers and child development programs. The State of California requires classroom instruction in both child growth and development, and child care and guidance to earn credit for the course. This course also includes guided observations and fieldwork experience with groups of young children. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Computer skills are recommended.INTRODUCTION AND ORIENTATION COMMUNICATION CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS PRINCIPLES AND THEORIES OF DEVELOPMENT THE INFANT THE TODDLER THE PRESCHOOLER HEALTH AND SAFETY WAYS TO GUIDE CHILDREN PLANNING PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM GOALS CURRICULUM PLANNING PLANNING FOR SPECIAL NEEDS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 722050EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ASSISTANT/2This competency-based course is designed to provide training for the Child Care Aide or paraprofessional seeking employment as a Child Care Teacher Assistant in nursery schools, child care centers, and child development programs. This course provides the classroom instruction and training required by the State of California for child care and guidance in home, school and community. Instruction includes guided observations and fieldwork experience with groups of young children. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. Enrollment requires successful completion of Early Childhood Education Assistant/1 (72-10-90/28-05-64). Computer skills are recommended.INTRODUCTION CHILDREN'S PLAY CREATIVE ACTIVITIES LANGUAGE ARTS PRE-NUMBER ACTIVITIES SCIENTIFIC EXPERIENCES FOOD EXPERIENCES SOCIAL STUDIES PHYSICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS ENVIRONMENTAL INFLUENCES THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 370971ECONOMICSThis competency-based course provides an understanding of the basic principles of economics and how they are applied to macroeconomic systems. Topics include an analysis of the role of the consumer in those economics systems, the role of private and public sectors of the economy, market command, and mixed systems, the dynamic relationship between supply and demand, factors of production, and the role of government in maintaining market equilibrium. Government revenue and expenditures and taxation and provision of government services are examined. Finally, the interrelationship of international trade and associated benefits and problems of global economic systems are explored. The competencies in this course are aligned with the History-Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the g (elective) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Completion of Integrated Mathematics/1 (31-01-61) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor 727570ELECTRIC MOTOR CONTROLSThis competency-based course is the last in a sequence of five designed for electrical technician and electrician trainees. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in motor operation. It focuses on the features, functions, and control of magnetic full voltage starters. It also covers the basic operation of manual motor starters, the operation and application of motor overload devices and control pilot devices, the use and troubleshooting techniques for two-wire, three-wire, and separate control circuits, and employability skills. The course also features a review of classroom and workplace safety procedures and resource management. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Electrician/4: Industrial (72-75-65/29-24-74) course.SAFETY AND REVIEW OF FUNDAMENTALS MANUAL MOTOR STARTERS MAGNETIC FULL VOLTAGE STARTERS MOTOR OVERLOAD DEVICES CONTROL PILOT DEVICES TWO-WIRE CONTROL CIRCUITS THREE-WIRE CONTROL CIRCUITS SEPARATE CONTROL CIRCUITS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 727550ELECTRICIAN/1: FUNDAMENTALSThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence of five designed for electrical technician and electrician trainees. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in workplace safety, trade mathematics, fundamental electrical concepts, storage batteries in direct current (DC) circuits, Ohm's Law, alternating current (AC), and resource management. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NONEORIENTATION AND SAFETY MATHEMATICS FUNDAMENTAL ELECTRICAL CONCEPTS STORAGE BATTERIES IN DIRECT CURRENT (DC) CIRCUITS OHM'S LAW ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC) THEORY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 727555ELECTRICIAN/2: WIRING AND CODESThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of five designed for electrical technician and electrician trainees. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in electrical wiring and codes. It focuses on safety, permit requirements and code compliance, wiring design and protection, wiring materials and methods, equipment for general use, special occupancies, special equipment, special conditions, communication systems sanctioned by the National Electrical Code (NEC), and the interpretation of data found in the NEC tables. It also covers a review of the practical aspects of resource management when wiring. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires completion of the Electrician/1: Fundamentals (72-75-50/29-24-71) course.WORKPLACE SAFETY ELECTRICAL WIRING CODES AND PERMITS WIRING DESIGN AND PROTECTION WIRING MATERIALS AND METHODS GENERAL-USE EQUIPMENT SPECIAL OCCUPANCIES SPECIAL EQUIPMENT SPECIAL CONDITIONS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS TABLES AND EXAMPLES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW REVIEW AND EVALUATION 727560ELECTRICIAN/3: WIRING TECHNIQUESThis competency-based course is the third in a sequence of five designed for electrical technician and electrician trainees. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in wiring. It focuses on the selection and utilization of electrical instrumentation, proper interpretation of wire color connections, proper wiring techniques, and the types, features, and functions of blueprint drawings and prints. It also includes workplace safety. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires completion of the Electrician/2: Wiring and Codes (72-75-55/29-24-72) course.WORKPLACE SAFETY BASIC ELECTRICAL TEST EQUIPMENT WIRE COLOR CONNECTIONS WIRING TECHNIQUES BLUEPRINT READING727565ELECTRICIAN/4: INDUSTRIALThis competency-based course is the fourth in a sequence of five designed for electrical technician and electrician trainees. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in workplace safety, code-approved wiring techniques, AC theory, and resource management. It focuses on AC and DC motors and generators, single-phase motors, three-phase power systems and machines, testing procedures on live circuits, motor control, troubleshooting and maintenance techniques. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires completion of the Electrician/3: Wiring Techniques (72-75-60/29-24-73) course.WORKPLACE SAFETY REVIEW WIRING TECHNIQUES ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC) THEORY REVIEW AC/DC MOTORS AND GENERATORS SINGLE-PHASE MOTORS THREE-PHASE POWER SYSTEMS AND MACHINES TESTING PROCEDURES ON LIVE CIRCUITS MOTOR CONTROL TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW 725550ELECTRONICS/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for electronics. It provides students with project-based experiences in electromechanical installation and maintenance. Instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the safe use, maintenance, and storage of electronic tools and equipment, identification and fabrication of terminals, assembly and inspection of the different types of electrical connectors for quality assurance, principles and designs of direct current (DC) circuits, interpretation of blueprints and schematics, and basic soldering and de-soldering techniques. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY TRADE MATHEMATICS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ELECTRONIC TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT TERMINALS CONNECTORS DIRECT CURRENT (DC) CIRCUITS BLUEPRINTS AND SCHEMATICS SOLDERING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 725560ELECTRONICS/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for electronics. It provides students with project-based experiences in electromechanical installation and maintenance. Instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on advanced soldering techniques, principles and designs of alternating current (AC) circuits, principles and applications of capacitance, inductance, advanced alternating current (AC) electronics, and solid electronics, and the construction and testing techniques for semiconductors. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Electronics/1 (72-55-50/29-23-50) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW ADVANCED SOLDERING ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC) CIRCUITS CAPACITANCE INDUCTANCE ADVANCED ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC) ELECTRONICS SOLID STATE ELECTRONICS SEMICONDUCTORS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 725570ELECTRONICS/3This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for electronics. It provides students with project-based experiences in electromechanical installation and maintenance. Instruction includes an introduction, reviews of trade mathematics, resource management, and employability skills, and an introduction to entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on operational amplifiers, oscillator and pulse control circuits, modulation and demodulation of analog circuitry, and the principles and uses of digital circuitry, mixed signal integrated circuitry (IC), telephone and wired systems, and local area networks (LAN). The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Electronics/2 (72-55-60/29-23-51) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW ANALOG CIRCUITRY: OPERATIONAL AMPLIFIERS (OP-AMPS) ANALOG CIRCUITRY: OSCILLATOR AND PULSE CONTROL CIRCUITS ANALOG CIRCUITRY: MODULATION DIGITAL CIRCUITRY MIXED-SIGNAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITRY (IC) TELEPHONE AND WIRED SYSTEMS LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (LANS) EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 775050EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANThis competency-based course contains the training requirement for Emergency Medical Technician-1 (EMT) certification. This includes basic EMT sciences such as anatomy and physiology, emergency medical and trauma care, obstetrics, pediatrics, and behavioral emergencies. The course is based on the Los Angeles County Core Curriculum. Upon successful completion the student will have the knowledge and training required for EMT 1 certification. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.For Perkins purposes this course has been designated as a capstone course.Enrollment requires a reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test and math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76), at least 18 years of age, evidence of good health and tuberculosis screening. ORIENTATION TO MEDICAL SYSTEMS SURFACE ANATOMY PRINCIPLES OF PHYSIOLOGY NERVOUS SYSTEM CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM RESPIRATORY SYSTEM SHOCK PATIENT ASSESSMENT AND VITAL FUNCTIONS OXYGEN THERAPHY AND AIRWAY ADJUNCTS ASSISTING WITH ALS PROCEDURES AND ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE PHARMACOLOGY BASIC LIFE SUPPORT COMMUNICABLE DISEASES ALTERED LEVELS OF CONSCIOUSNESS CVA/STROKE SEIZURES SYNCOPE POISONING/OVERDOSE DIABETES CHEST PAIN DEFIBRILLATION DYSPNEA NON-TRAUMATIC ABDOMINAL EMERGENCIES HEAT AND COLD EMERGENCIES INHALATION INJURIES/SMOKE AND CARGON MONOXIDE POISONING/HAZARDOUS MATERIAL EXPOSURE NEAR DROWNING AND DIVING EMERGENCIES BITES AND STINGS BURNS WOUNDS MUSCULOSKELETAL HEAD AND SPINAL CORD INJURIES CHEST TRAUMA ABDOMINAL TRAUMA EXTRICATION MULTIPLE CASUALTY INCIDENTS PEDIATRICS PREGNANCY AND CHILDBIRTH BEHAVIORIAL EMERGENCIES SEXUAL ASSAULT CHILD/DEPENDENT ADULT/ELDER ABUSE LEGAL ASPECTS RECORD AND REPORTS AMBULANCE MODULE CLINICAL OBSERVATION AND/OR AMBULANCE TIDE-A-LONG CLINICAL DEMONSTRATION GERIATRICS PATIENTS WITH SPECIAL CHALLENGES THERAPEUTIC COMMUNICATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 728550ENERGY AUDITINGThis competency-based course is designed for energy auditing. It provides students with project-based experiences in residential and commercial energy management, supply, and conservation. Technical instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the principles and sources of energy, data collection for energy auditing, resource accounting for energy efficiency, establishing baselines, taking inventories, lighting audits, and water usage audits. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY ENERGY DATA COLLECTION RESOURCE ACCOUNTING ESTABLISHING BASELINES TAKING INVENTORIES LIGHTING AUDITS WATER USAGE AUDITS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 230971ENGLISH 1This competency-based course is designed to develop reading comprehension, literary analysis, writing, and listening and speaking skills. Students thoroughly review the structure of the sentence and the paragraph. Building on this foundation, they proceed to compose autobiographical and expository essays. Throughout, writing, reading, speaking and listening skills are applied to the analysis of both literary and informational texts. The competencies in this course are aligned with the English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the b (English subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 1 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving English instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of Basic Language Arts- Advanced (53-03-83) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 230972ENGLISH 2This competency-based course is designed to develop reading comprehension, literary analysis, writing and listening and speaking skills. After reviewing the structure of the sentence and the paragraph, students explore the writing process, using a rubric to guide the composition and evaluation of the expository essay. Students read and respond to a variety of literary and informational texts and produce a varied portfolio: an essay of literary analysis, a reflective essay, business correspondence and process/technical writing. After studying and evaluating the rhetoric of persuasion, both in a text and in performance, students write and deliver an original persuasive speech. The competencies in this course are aligned with the English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the b (English subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 2 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving English instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of English 1 (23-09-71) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 231073ENGLISH 3This competency-based course is designed to develop reading comprehension, literary analysis, writing, listening and speaking skills. After reviewing the writing process and persuasive rhetoric, students grow in their ability to use a rubric to guide the composition and evaluation of the persuasive essay. Students discuss, analyze and interpret poetry, the short story, technical writing, and the screenplay; they produce a varied writing portfolio: a persuasive essay, a descriptive essay, an analysis of conflict and character in the short story, an autobiographical essay, an original poem, a career research report, and a film review. The competencies in this course are aligned with the English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the b (English subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 3 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving English instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of English 2 (23-09-72) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 231074ENGLISH 4This competency-based course is designed to develop reading comprehension, literary analysis, writing, and listening and speaking skills. A diagnostic test of writing skills allows for a thorough review of sentence and paragraph structure, usage, and punctuation. Students discuss, analyze, and interpret the novel, drama, poetry, the short story, news articles and technical writing. After reviewing the writing process and the use of a rubric for essay composition and evaluation, students build a varied portfolio of writing: a persuasive essay, a character sketch, a problem-solution essay, a comparison/contrast essay, interpretations of drama and a novel, an evaluative essay and an original work of fiction. The competencies in this course are aligned with the English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the b (English subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 4 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving English instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of English 3 (23-10-73) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 231175ENGLISH COMPOSITION/CONTEMPORARYThis competency-based course is designed to develop reading comprehension, literary analysis, writing, and listening and speaking skills. A particular emphasis on academic, workplace, and reflective/autobiographical composition is integrated with a focus on significant works of American literature. A diagnostic test of editing and proofreading skills facilitates a targeted review of punctuation, usage, and sentence structure. Students discuss, analyze and interpret the short story, poetry, drama, the novel, and works of non-fiction. The Internet is employed as a research tool for enhancing reading and writing tasks. Students review the writing process and fundamentals of composition: the topic sentence, paragraph structure, the thesis statement, and the use of a rubric. Essay form is reviewed through the discussion and analysis of exemplary writing, and students develop a portfolio of depth and variety: a reflective essay, an essay of definition, descriptive and narrative compositions, an essay of literary analysis, a letter of application, and a script for a multimedia presentation. The competencies in this course are aligned with the English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the b (English subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 4 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving English instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of English 4 (23-10-74) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 231277ENGLISH COMPOSITION/EXPOSITORYThis competency-based course is designed to develop reading comprehension, literary analysis, writing, and listening and speaking skills. Students review and enrich their understanding of fundamentals of composition: prewriting, outlining, research tools, thesis statement, essay form, writing rubric, proofreading, editing, and revising. Students read and interpret an array of fiction and nonfiction: critical, reflective, and technical essays, the novel, drama, poetry, and the short story. Effective composition skills are fostered through the analysis of exemplary writing and the development of a writing portfolio. The writing portfolio includes a persuasive essay, a narrative, an essay of comparison, a process essay, literary analyses of poetry and the novel, creative writing, an historical investigation report, and a resume. The competencies in this course are aligned with English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the b (English subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 4 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving English instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of English 4 (23-10-74) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 500156ESL ADVANCED LOWThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the advanced low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated into academic and career preparation contexts. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.Demonstrated competence in the skills of ESL Intermediate High/B (50-01-55) as measured by any test approved by the Division.500152ESL BEGINNING HIGHThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning high level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Low (50-01-51), or (50-01-91), or equivalent skills.500192ESL BEGINNING HIGH - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning high level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Low (50-01-51), or (50-01-91), or equivalent skills.500184ESL BEGINNING HIGH/AThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning high level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains activities that promote language learning and teach SCANS skills such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Participating as a Member of a Team.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Low (50-01-51), or (50-01-91), or equivalent skills.500185ESL BEGINNING HIGH/BThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning high level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains activities that promote language learning and teach SCANS skills such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Participating as a Member of a Team.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Low (50-01-51), or (50-01-91), or equivalent skills.500158ESL BEGINNING LITERACY This competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning literacy level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, None500159ESL BEGINNING LITERACY/AThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning literacy level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.None500160ESL BEGINNING LITERACY/BThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning literacy level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.None500151ESL BEGINNING LOWThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Literacy (50-01-58) or equivalent skills. 500191ESL BEGINNING LOW - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Literacy (50-01-58) or equivalent skills.500196ESL BEGINNING LOW - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Literacy (50-01-58) or equivalent skills. 500182ESL BEGINNING LOW/AThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains activities that promote language learning and teach SCANS skills such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Participating as a Member of a Team.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Literacy (50-01-58) or equivalent skills.500183ESL BEGINNING LOW/BThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains activities that promote language learning and teach SCANS skills such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Participating as a Member of a Team.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning Literacy (50-01-58) or equivalent skills.500451ESL INTERM./LEARNING TO CONVERSE: A CONVERS. CLASSIn this competency-based course, students develop communication skills (listening and speaking) in English while discussing real-life problems. Students compare their ideas and values with those of their classmates. Available units include: Neighbors, Honesty, Love and Marriage, Senior Citizens, Medical Questions, and Money. The class is designed for intermediate and advanced level ESL students. ESL Beginning High (50-01-52) or equivalent skills500154ESL INTERMEDIATE HIGH/AThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the intermediate high/a level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.Demonstrated competence in the skills of ESL Intermediate Low (50-01-53) as measured by any test approved by the Division.500194ESL INTERMEDIATE HIGH/A - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the intermediate high/a level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.Demonstrated competence in the skills of ESL Intermediate Low (50-01-53) as measured by any test approved by the Division.500155ESL INTERMEDIATE HIGH/BThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the intermediate high/b level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.Demonstrated competence in the skills of ESL Intermediate High/A (50-01-54) as measured by any test approved by the Division.500195ESL INTERMEDIATE HIGH/B - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the intermediate high/b level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.Demonstrated competence in the skills of ESL Intermediate High/A (50-01-54) as measured by any test approved by the Division.500153ESL INTERMEDIATE LOWThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the intermediate low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning High (50-01-52), or (50-01-92) or equivalent skills.500193ESL INTERMEDIATE LOW - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the beginning high level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains SCANS activities that reinforce CBET goals such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Reasoning. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning High (50-01-52), or (50-01-92) or equivalent skills.500186ESL INTERMEDIATE LOW/Adesigned to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the intermediate low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains activities that promote language learning and teach SCANS skills such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Participating as a Member of a Team.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning High (50-01-52), or (50-01-92) or equivalent skills500187ESL INTERMEDIATE LOW/BThis competency-based course is designed to develop communicative competence in listening, speaking, reading, writing and numeracy for the immediate needs of adult English learners at the intermediate low level. A sequential grammatical structure base is integrated in the context of everyday life situations. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This course outline contains content in the following areas relevant to Community-Based English Tutoring (CBET): The School Community, Curriculum and Standards, Parent/Teacher Communication, Home Learning Environment, and Tutoring Skills. It also contains activities that promote language learning and teach SCANS skills such as Decision Making, Problem Solving and Participating as a Member of a Team.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.ESL Beginning High (50-01-52), or (50-01-92) or equivalent skills500453ESL INTERMEDIATE/ENGLISH VOCAB. AND IDIOMSThis competency-based course is designed to develop language proficiency in the four skills of listening, speaking, reading, and writing with special emphasis on vocabulary development. The course introduces high frequency English idioms, fixed expressions and phrasal verbs in context using the book Can You Believe It? Stories and Idioms from Real Life, Book 2. Each 3-hour class should cover one unit of the book. The fifth and final class should include a cumulative review. This course can be repeated up to four times with new content. * This is a non-credit course and may be repeated to learn specific competencies.ESL Beginning High (50-01-52) or equivalent skills500454ESL MULTI LEV./USING COMPUTERS FOR ENGL. LANG. PRAThis competency-based course offers instruction in the use of personal computers and the Internet for Beginning High and above ESL students. Instruction includes basic computer skills, accessing the Internet, and locating and using information on the Internet of interest to ESL students.ESL Beginning Low (50-01-51) or equivalent skills500150ESL MULTI-LEVEL/EDUCATION AND CAREER PLANNINGThis competency-based course is designed to develop language proficiency in the four skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing for limited-English-speaking adults at a multi-level ESL instructional level. Language skills are developed in the context of everyday life situations, with the goal of communicative competence. Instructional areas of instruction include Personal Information, School Information, School Environment, Curriculum, Program Transitions, Educational Goals and Vocational Goals, Study Skills and Classroom Environment, and Time Management. The content and instructional strategies of this course reflect the English-as-a-Second- Language Model Standards for Adult Education Programs. This is a non-credit course and may be repeated to learn specific competencies.None500452ESL MULTI-LEVEL/PRONUNCIATION BASICSThis competency-based course provides instruction in pronunciation basics to improve English language proficiency for limited English-speaking adults. Reading comprehension is enhanced by introducing simple spelling and sounding rules for identifying words in written text. The course emphasizes fundamental aspects of pronunciation that build and reinforce listening and speaking skills for students at all levels. ESL Beginning Literacy (50-01-58) or equivalent skills500170ESL/CITIZENSHIPThis competency-based course provides limited English proficient students with an understanding of the naturalization process and the listening, speaking, reading and writing skills it requires. Instruction includes the naturalization process; rights and responsibilities of U.S. citizenship; the N-400 application; the naturalization interview; American history, government and civics; and the English skills needed for becoming a naturalized citizen. The course outline integrates the competency-based components with grammatical structures and includes sample classroom activities. This course has been revised to reflect changes to the Redesigned (New) Naturalization Test that becomes effective October 1, 2008. None784580ESTHETICIAN/1This competency-based outline is the first of the three-series esthetician training and offers the 200-hour course conducted under the rules and regulations issued by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC). This course develops the skills needed to take and pass the license examination. Instruction includes state regulations and basic chemistry, health and safety, hazardous substances, electricity, bacteriology, principles of infection control and sanitation, and anatomy and physiology. It emphasizes techniques in manual facials and electrical facials. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires applicants to be at least sixteen years of age and must have completed the tenth grade.THE BARBERING AND COSEMETOLOGY ACT/THE BOARD'S RULES AND REGULATIONS CHEMISTRY IN COSMETOLOGY HEALTH, SAFETY, AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ELECTRICITY IN COSEMETOLOGY DISINFECTION AND SANITATION BACTERIOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY MANUAL FACIALS ELECTRICAL FACIALS 784583ESTHETICIAN/2This competency-based outline is the second of a three-series esthetician training and offers the 200-hour course conducted under the rules and regulations issued by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC). This course develops the skills needed to take and pass the license examination. It emphasizes techniques in electrical facials, chemical facials, and advanced topics and treatments, client preparation, health and safety, and manual facials. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Esthetician/1 (78-45-80/23-09-57).ELECTRICAL FACIALS CHEMICAL FACIALS AND ADVANCED TOPICS AND TREATMENTS CLIENT PREPARATION HEALTH AND SAFETY MANUAL FACIALS 784585ESTHETICIAN/3This competency-based outline is the last of a three-series esthetician training and offers the 200-hour course conducted under the rules and regulations issued by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC). This course develops the skills needed to take and pass the license examination. It emphasizes techniques in eyebrow arching and hair removal, makeup, general esthetics and the treatment room, professional image, and the salon business and preparation for employment. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Esthetician/2 (78-45-83/23-09-58) course.EYEBROW ARCHING AND HAIR REMOVAL MAKEUP GENERAL ESTHETICS AND THE TREATMENT ROOM PROFESSIONAL IMAGE THE SALON/SPA BUSINESS AND PREPARATION FOR EMPLOYMENT 745580FASHION/4This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of four designed for fashion. It provides students with project-based experiences in apparel history, design, and manufacturing. Technical instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, employability skills, and entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on the historical inspiration of fashion and costumes, textile technology, manual and computerized grading, design techniques, and manufacturing techniques. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Fashion/3 (74-55-70/28-11-55) course. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW FASHION AND COSTUME HISTORY TEXTILE TECHNOLOGY GRADING TECHNICAL DESIGN MANUFACTURING TECHNIQUES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS REVIEW200952FINE ARTS/THE VISUAL ARTSA minimum of 9.0 reading level as measured on the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test. Recommendation of instructor and/or counselor.763570FIRST RESPONDER/EMR (EMERGENCY MEDICAL RESPONDER)This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three courses designed to prepare students for emergency medical services (EMS) occupations. Technical instruction includes: an orientation and workplace safety policies and procedures, evaluation, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on: introduction to the EMS systems; legal and ethical issues; well-being of the first responder; the human body; medical terminology; lifting, moving, and positioning patients; airway management; assessment of the patient; cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillators (AED); medical emergencies; bleeding, shock, and soft-tissue injuries; muscle and bone injuries; infants and children; gaining access and hazards on scene; multiple-casualty incidents, triage, and the incident management system; pharmacology; swimming and diving incidents; response to terrorism and weapons of mass destruction; and first responder skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of CompletionNoneORIENTATION INTRODUCTION TO EMS SYSTEMS LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES WELL-BEING OF THE FIRST RESPONDER THE HUMAN BODY MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY LIFTING, MOVING, AND POSITIONING PATIENTS AIRWAY MANAGEMENT ASSESSMENT OF THE PATIENT CARDIOPUMONARY RESUSCITATION AND AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATORS MEDICAL EMERGENCIES BLEEDING, SHOCK, AND SOFT-TISSUE INJURIES MUSCLE AND BONE INJURIES PREGANANCY AND CHILDBIRTH INFANTS AND CHILDREN GAINING ACCESS AND HAZARDS ON SCENE MULTIPLE-CASUALTY INCIDENTS, TRIAGE, AND THE INCIDENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PHARMACOLOGY SWIMMING AND DIVING INCIDENTS RESPONSE TO TERRORISM AND WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION EVALUATION FIRST RESPONDER SKILLS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 256068FOREIGN LANGUAGE/SPANISH 1BThis competency-based course emphasizes the receptive communication skills of listening and reading comprehension and the productive language skills of speaking and writing. It emphasizes communication in the foreign language and provides students with an insight into the structure, vocabulary, and history of the language. It also assists students in comparing and understanding the Hispanic cultures and subcultures. This course has been approved to satisfy the e (LOTE- Language Other Than English) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. Foreign Language/Spanish 1 (25-60-67) or passing of Spanish 1 final exam360951GENERAL SCIENCE/INTEGRATED 1This competency-based course provides students with an introduction to the following scientific concepts and applications: scientific method, stability of ecosystems and population dynamics, evolution, genetics and inheritance, atoms, molecules, elements and bonding, chemical bonding reactions, acids and bases, and kinetic molecular theory and thermodynamics. This course will give students an opportunity to develop skills using scientific equipment to collect, store, and analyze data. The competencies in this course are aligned with the Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 360952GENERAL SCIENCE/INTEGRATED 2This competency-based course provides students with and introduction to the following scientific concepts and applications: scientific method, dynamic earth processes and mineralogy, California geology and earthquakes, biochemical cycles, energy and resources, properties of waves, properties of electricity and magnetism, and electric and integrated circuits. This course will give students an opportunity to develop skills using scientific equipment to collect, store, and analyze data. The competencies in this course are aligned with the Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy UC a-g subject area requirements for freshman admission.1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) and General Science/Integrated 2 (36-09-51) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 361053GENERAL SCIENCE/INTEGRATED 3This competency-based course provides students with an introduction to the following scientific concepts and applications: scientific method, organic chemistry and biochemistry, cell structure and function, cell energy, genetics and molecular biology, conservation of matter and stoichiometry, and solutions. This course will give students an opportunity to develop skills using scientific equipment to collect, store, and analyze data. The competencies in this course are aligned with the Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy UC a-g subject area requirements for freshman admission.1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor 361054GENERAL SCIENCE/INTEGRATED 4This competency-based course provides students with an introduction to the following scientific concepts and applications: scientific method, physiology, linear and circular motion, forces, and gravity, conservation of energy and momentum, light and optics, Earth's place in the universe, and solar radiation and structure and composition of the atmosphere. This course will give students an opportunity to develop skills using scientific equipment to collect, store, and analyze data. The competencies in this course are aligned with the Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) and General Science/Integrated 3 (36-10-53) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor 310371GEOMETRY 1/AThis competency-based course introduces the following Geometry concepts and applications: reasoning and proofs, parallel and perpendicular lines, congruent and similar triangles and quadrilaterals. The competencies in this course are aligned with theGeometry Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the 'c' (mathematics) subject area of the UC/CSU 'a-g' requirements for freshman admission. The NCAA has approved this course for use in establishing the initial-eligibility certification status of student-athletes from schools in the division.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Successful completion of Algebra 1/A (31-02-70) and Algebra 1/B (31-02-71) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor 310372GEOMETRY 1/BThis competency-based course introduces the following Geometry concepts and applications; area, surface area and volume, relationships within triangles, the Pythagorean theorem, right angle trigonometry, and circles and transformations. The competenciesin this course are aligned with the Geometry Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the 'c' (mathematics) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g' requirements for freshman admission. The NCAA has approved this course for use in establishing the initial-eligibility certification status of student-athletes from schools in the division.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Successful completion of Geometry/1A (31-03-71) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor 706550GRAPHIC DESIGN (FUNDAMENTALS)This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of four designed for graphic design. It provides technical instruction and practical experience in workplace safety, the basic principles and techniques of graphic design, print and web typography, color theory and management, elements of illustration, logo design, and branding, conceptualization of images through sketching, digital imaging software and their applications, basic word processing and spreadsheet, resource management, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. NoneINTRODUCTION WORKPLACE SAFETY GRAPHIC DESIGN PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES TYPOGRAPHY COLOR THEORY ILLUSTRATION, LOGO DESIGN, AND BRANDING CONCEPTUALIZATION DIGITAL IMAGING APPLICATION FUNDAMENTALS WORD PROCESSING AND SPREADSHEET FUNDAMENTALS RESOURCE MANAGEMENT EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW AND EVALUATION 706560GRAPHIC DESIGN: ADVERTISING DESIGNThis competency-based course is the third in a sequence of four designed for graphic design. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in fundamental advertising principles, vector-based logo design and illustrations, desktop imaging and desktop publishing applications in pre-press production, electronic file management, website advertising, project presentation and delivery, and proofreading and editing. This course also covers resource management and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Graphic Design: Digital Imaging (70-65-55/29-04-66) course and portfolio.ADVERTISING DESIGN PRINCIPLES LOGO DESIGN AND ILLUSTRATIONS DESKTOP IMAGING AND DESKTOP PUBLISHING APPLICATIONS ELECTRONIC FILE MANAGEMENT WEBSITE ADVERTISING PROJECT PRESENTATION AND DELIVERY PROOFREADING AND EDITING RESOURCE MANAGEMENT EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 706555GRAPHIC DESIGN: DIGITAL IMAGINGThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of four designed for graphic design. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in the use of a variety of hardware, software, and peripherals used in the creation and manipulation of still, two-dimensional images; and the use of electronic input and output devices. This course also includes instruction in resource management and a review of employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of CompletionEnrollment requires successful completion of the Graphic Design (Fundamentals) (70-65-50/29-04-65) course and portfolio.INTRODUCTION PRODUCTION PROCESS WORKSTATION SETUP AND PERIPHERAL DEVICES GENERAL APPLICATION TRAINING TROUBLE SHOOTING EDITING AND REVISING PROJECTS ACCESSING DIGITAL IMAGES IMAGE MANIPULATION CREATION OF ORIGINAL IMAGES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 706565GRAPHIC DESIGN: WEB DESIGNThis competency-based course is the last in a sequence of four designed for graphic design. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in workplace safety, scanning, graphic formats, color applications, utilizing graphics software, composition and writing for the Internet, proofreading and editing techniques, electronic publishing, using Dreamweaver, web page creation, and designing accessible websites. Instruction also includes resource management and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Graphic Design: Advertising Design (70-65-60/29-04-67) course and portfolio.WORKPLACE SAFETY FUNDAMENTALS OF GRAPHICS FOR THE WEB GRAPHICS SOFTWARE WRITING AND COMPOSITION FOR THE WEB PROOFREADING AND EDITING ELECTRONIC PUBLISHING INTRODUCTION TO DREAMWEAVER WEB PAGE CREATION DESIGNING ACCESSIBLE WEBSITES RESOURCE MANAGEMENT EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 781080HAIR STYLIST (UPGRADE)This competency-based course outline prepares trainees to advance in the trade by use of the latest hair styling techniques. It includes advanced hair cutting, hair styling, iron curling, advanced permanent waving, hair relaxing, and hair coloring techniques. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires knowledge of basic cosmetology or barbering.BARBER/COSMETOLOGY EQUIPMENT HAIR CHEMISTRY CHEMISTRY IN COSMETOLOGY HAIR CUTTING HAIR STYLING PERMANENT WAVING HAIR RELAXING/STRAIGHTENING HAIR COLORING NUTRITION AND HAIR CONDITION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW AND EVALUATION 360574HEALTHThis competency-based course is designed to prepare students to assume responsibility for maintaining and improving their own health and the health of their families. In this course, students will explore behaviors affecting personal health such as physical fitness and nutrition, discuss the stages of physical, mental and social growth and development including sexuality,* describe the reproductive systems and stages of human development, appraise the effectiveness of medicines and state the legal, social, economic and psychological consequences of substance buses. Consumer and environmental health issues as well as personals safety and first aid will be introduced. Content knowledge of skills gained during this course will support student achievement of Los Angeles Unified School District Health Education Learning Standards. *If human reproductive organs are included, permission of a parent or legal guardian of a minor student must be obtained (Education Code, Section 51550). .A minimum of 9.0 reading level as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test. Recommendation of instructor and/or counselor.761550HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/1: TERMINOLOGYThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence of five designed for health information technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in medical and dental health informatics. Technical instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on medical word formation, analysis, spelling, pronunciation, abbreviation, and applications, an overview of healthcare specializations, and understanding of case reports, body systems, clinical/diagnostic/surgical procedures, pathological conditions, and medications. Practice in the use of a medical dictionary and other medical reference books is also included. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT COMPLIANCE HEALTHCARE CASE REPORTS STRUCTURE OF MEDICAL TERMS MEDICAL ABBREVIATIONS BODY SYSTEMS AND STRUCTURES CLINICAL AND DIAGNOSTIC PROCEDURES SURGICAL PROCEDURES PATHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS MAJOR CLASSES OF DRUGS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 761560HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/2: ELECTR. REC. AND FILINGThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of five designed for health information technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in electronic recording and filing. Technical instruction includes an introduction, and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the legal and ethical issues of electronic recording and filing, operation and maintenance of healthcare office tools, equipment, and software, processing and using forms, reports, correspondence, and financial records, and the overall principles and procedures used in records management. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Health Information Tech/1: Terminology (76-15-50/27-11-50).INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW ETHICS AND LEGALITY INTEGRATED OFFICE TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT HEALTHCARE SOFTWARE I FORMS REPORTS CORRESPONDENCE FINANCIAL RECORDKEEPING RECORDS MANAGEMENT EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 761570HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/3: INSUR. AND BILLINGThis competency-based course is the third in a sequence of five designed for health information technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in insurance and billing. Technical instruction includes an introduction, reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the policies and procedures used to complete Workers' Compensation, State Disability Insurance (SDI), group and private insurance, Medicare, Medicaid (Medi-Cal), Medi/Medi Crossover, managed care, TRICARE, and CHAMPVA forms, claims, and contracts. Advanced training in the use of healthcare software is also covered. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Health Information Tech/2: Electronic Recording and Filing (76-15-60/27-11-51) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW WORKERS' COMPENSATION INSURANCE STATE DISABILITY INSURANCE (SDI) GROUP/PRIVATE INSURANCE MEDICARE MEDICAID (MEDI-CAL) AND MEDI/MEDI CROSSOVER MANAGED CARE RICARE/CHAMPVA HEALTHCARE SOFTWARE II EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 761580HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/4: DIAGNOSTIC CODING SYST.This competency-based course is the fourth in a sequence of five designed for health information technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in diagnostic coding used in medical offices, hospitals, clinical laboratories, private and governmental insurance agencies, and other healthcare-related facilities. Technical instruction includes an introduction as well as reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the official coding guidelines of the two latest editions of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD). Specific sections of the Tabular List including infectious and parasitic diseases, neoplasms, diseases of the blood and blood-forming organs, endocrine/nutritional/metabolic diseases, and the conditions and diseases of the nervous system, eye and adnexa, ear and mastoid process, circulatory system, respiratory system, digestive system, skin and subcutaneous tissue, musculoskeletal system and connective tissue, and the genitourinary system are covered. Also included are coding conventions for pregnancy, childbirth, and puerperium, congenital malformations, deformations, and chromosomal abnormalities, injury and poisoning, external causes of morbidity and mortality, factors influencing health status, and codes for special purposes. Competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Health Information Tech/3: Insurance and Billing (76-15-70/27-11-52) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES (ICD) OFFICIAL CODING GUIDELINES INFECTIOUS AND PARASITIC DISEASES NEOPLASMS DISEASES OF THE BLOOD AND BLOOD-FORMING ORGANS ENDOCRINE, NUTRITIONAL, AND METABOLIC DISEASES MENTAL AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS SYTEM DISEASES OF THE EYE AND ADNEXA DISEASES OF THE EAR AND MASTOID PROCESS DISEASES OF THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM DISEASES OF THE RESPIRATORY SYSTEM DISEASES OF THE DIGESTIVE SYSTEM DISEASES OF THE SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE DISEASES OF THE MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM AND CONNECTIVE TISSUE DISEASES OF THE GENITOURINARY SYSTEM PREGNANCY, CHILDBIRTH, AND PUERPERIUM CONGENITAL MALFORMATIONS, DEFORMATIONS, AND CHROMOSOMAL ABNORMALITIES INJURY AND POISONING EXTERNAL CAUSES OF MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY HEALTH STATUS CODES FOR SPECIAL PURPOSES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 761590HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/5: AMBULATORY CODING SYS. - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is the last in a sequence of five designed for health information technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in ambulatory coding used in medical offices, hospitals, clinical laboratories, private and governmental insurance agencies, and other health-care related facilities. Technical instruction includes an introduction as well as reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the official coding guidelines of the latest editions of the Current Procedural Terminology ® (CPT®) Manual and the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS) Levels I and II code books. The coding applications of the Evaluation and Management (E&M), Anesthesia, Surgery, Radiology, Pathology and Laboratory, and Medicine Sections and subsections of the said code books are covered extensively. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Health Information Tech/4: Diagnostic Coding Systems (76-15-80/27-11-53) course and keyboarding speed as required by the industry.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY CPT® MANUAL AND HCPCS LEVEL II CODE BOOK COMPLIANCE EVALUATION AND MANAGEMENT (E&M) SECTION ANESTHESIA SECTION SURGERY SECTION RADIOLOGY SECTION PATHOLOGY AND LABORATORY SECTION MEDICINE SECTION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 305077HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY TEST PREPARATIONThis competency-based course is comprised of a review of the key concepts in the high school curriculum covering the five basic subject areas of language arts and writing, social studies, science, literature, and mathematics. It provides preparation for the High School Equivalency Test.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll.1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 1 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of Algrebra 1A/B (31-02-70/71) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor305094HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY TEST PREPARATION - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is comprised of a review of the key concepts in the high school curriculum covering the five basic subject areas of language arts and writing, social studies, science, literature, and mathematics. It provides preparation for the High School Equivalency Test.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll.1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 1 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of Algrebra 1A/B (31-02-70/71) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor305075HIGH SHOOL EQUIVALENCY TEST PREP/TEST TAKING STRATThis competency-based course covers the key concepts of study techniques, strategies in test-taking, visual processing, higher order thinking, and calculator skills as they relate to High School Equivalency Test Preparation in the five basic subject areas of language arts, social studies, science, literature and mathematics. This course focuses on test-taking strategies and skills rather than subject content.trategies in test-taking, visual processing, higher order thinking, and calculator skills as they relate to High School Equivalency Test Preparation in the five basic subject areas of language arts, social studies, science, literature and mathematics. This course focuses on test-taking strategies and skills rather than subject content.After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll.1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 3 (23-01-53) placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor. 3. Mastery of the competencies of Algebra 1A/B (31-02-70/71). 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor.778070HOME HEALTH AIDE (SUPPLEMENTAL)This competency-based course trains students to give basic nursing care in the home setting. Emphasis is given to the philosophy of nursing, safety principles in the home, and infection control methods as used by the home health aide. Nutrition in relation to maintenance of health is stressed. Integrated throughout the program are methods for meeting the social and psychological needs of the client. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course cannot be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion.Enrollment requires a current valid California CNA certification. The candidate for this class must be 16 years of age and test at a 7.5 reading grade level or higher as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test. Prior to contact with patients in the clinical area, the student shall be screened for criminal conviction, present a physical examination form declaring the student to be in good health without restrictions, and show tuberculosis screening.INTRODUCTION TO HOME HEALTH AIDE/EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS PSYCHOSOCIAL NEEDS OF CLIENTS PERSONAL CARE SERVICES NUTRITION HOUSEHOLD MANAGEMENT 797565HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANThis competency-based course prepares trainees for entry-level employment as hospital building maintenance technicians. Instruction includes employee responsibilities, appearance and personal hygiene, professionalism with staff and public, career knowledge, communications, safety, and the specific sanitary requirements of specialized hospital facilities. It also provides upgrade and prepares employees for promotion. Enrollment requires a reading level of 7.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 and math skills equivalent to Math 1 (53-03-75). ORIENTATION EMPLOYEE RESPONSIBILITIES APPEARANCE AND PERSONAL HYGIENE PROFESSIONALISM: HUMAN RELATIONS SKILLS HOSPITAL ENVIRONMENT TASK-RELATED COMMUNICATION - PART I TASK-RELATED COMMUNICATION - PART II SAFETY INFECTION CONTROL MAINTENANCE WASTE HANDLING MAINTENANCE DISCHARGE MAINTENANCE STAT MAINTENANCE OPERATING & LABOR/DELIVERY ROOM MAINTENANCE NURSERY EMERGENCY ROOMS AND CRITICAL CARE UNITS ISOLATION PATIENT ROOMS TERMINAL MAINTENANCE HARD FLOOR MAINTENANCE CARPET MAINTENANCE NON-PATIENT SANITARY FACILITY MAINTENANCE SPECIFIC HOSPITAL COURTESY PROGRAMS PATIENT ROOM/ HOTEL SERVICES MAINTENANCE OFFICE MAINTENANCE GROUNDS AND YARD MAINTENANCE 728560HVAC/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC). It provides students with project-based experiences in residential and commercial heating systems. Technical instruction includes an orientation, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the basic theories and applications of electricity and thermodynamics, and the operational, troubleshooting, and maintenance techniques used for heating systems. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS BASIC ELECTRICAL THEORIES THERMODYNAMICS HEATING AND CONTROLS TROUBLESHOOTING AND MAINTENANCE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 728565HVAC/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in residential and commercial ventilation and refrigeration. Technical instruction includes an introduction and reviews of resource management, employability skills, trade mathematics, and thermodynamics. Emphasis is placed on the generation and modification of electricity for HVAC systems, wiring principles and procedures approved by the National Electrical Code (NEC), operational techniques for ventilation and refrigeration systems, and troubleshooting techniques for refrigeration systems. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires completion of the HVAC/1 (72-85-60/29-25-54) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW ELECTRICITY BASIC ELECTRICAL WIRING AND MOTOR SELECTION THERMODYNAMICS REVIEW VENTILATION SYSTEMS REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SYSTEMS REFRIGERATION TROUBLESHOOTING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 728570HVAC/3This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in air conditioning and integrated systems. Technical instruction includes an introduction, reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, and employability skills, as well as introductory entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on cooling control systems, commercial air conditioning, integrated systems, and lab work focusing on the service, diagnostic, and repair techniques used in the HVAC industry. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires completion of the HVAC/2 (72-85-65/29-25-55) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY COOLING CONTROL SYSTEMS COMMERCIAL AIR CONDITIONING INTEGRATED CONTROLS LAB WORK EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 310161INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS/1This competency-based course focuses on solving mathematical problems in life situations using mental arithmetic, estimation, calculators, and paper and pencil. Included are concepts, operations, and problem solving skills involving whole numbers, decimals, fractions, percents, proportions, probability, number sentences, measurement, perimeter, circumference, area, volume, and graphs.A minimum reading level of 7.5 as measured by the TABE D 9/10.310162INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS/2This competency-based course extends problem solving skills to life situations involving whole numbers, decimals, fractions, proportions, percents, probabilities, algebra, geometry, graphs, schedules, and charts. Included are concepts of algebraic expressions, variables, equations, and patterns; geometric concepts, lines, angles, polygons, circles, and patterns; and analysis of graphs, schedules, and charts.A minimum reading level of 7.5 as measured by the TABE D 9/10.310163INTEGRATED MATHEMATICS/3This competency-based course applies problem solving skills to life situations, builds skills interpreting and analyzing data from graphs and maps, and applies to the solution of problems algebraic tools that include integers, exponents, expressions, equations, formulas, and graphing on a coordinate grid.A. A minimum reading level of 7.5 as measured by any test approved by the Division. B. Competency in Integrated Mathematics/2 (31-01-62) concepts as demonstrated by pretests or course completion. 702570LANDSCAPING/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for landscaping. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in workplace safety, handling and caring for basic landscaping tools, part one of plant identification, types of soil, planning and maintaining an ornamental garden, basic landscape design, and water management. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. The ability to bend over, lift and carry heavy items as required in the industry. ORIENTATION WORKPLACE SAFETY GENERAL TOOLS PLANT IDENTIFICATION - PART 1 SOIL TYPES ORNAMENTAL GARDENING LANDSCAPE DESIGN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 702575LANDSCAPING/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for landscaping. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in workplace safety, handling and caring for power hand tools, part two of plant identification, soil analysis, landscape irrigation, weed abatement, pruning, plant propagation, and a review of water management. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires completion of the Landscaping/1 (70-25-70/24-25-54) course.WORKPLACE SAFETY POWER HAND TOOLS PLANT IDENTIFICATION - PART 2 SOIL ANALYSIS LANDSCAPE IRRIGATION WEED ABATEMENT PRUNING PLANT PROPAGATION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW 431352LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY SKILLS/FOR THE DEAFThis competency-based course is designed especially for students with hearing impairments. It provides instruction from foundational English skills through intermediate English skills, as well as instruction to increase proficiency in communication skills through activities that involve reading and responding to American Sign Language. The course also includes instruction in practical applications of language skills. The course also includes instruction in practical applications of English and American Sign Language skills, and skills in using an interpreter. This course outline integrates the competency-based components with SCANS skills and competencies. Classroom activities that incorporate SCANS are included.None370477LIFE SKILLSThis competency-based course is designed to assist students in creating a personal education and career plan. Students will assess their personal skills and aptitudes, explore related career choices, and create a plan for entry-level work. Students will further outline a plan for ongoing training and education, gain a basic understanding of skills and attitudes needed to be successful in any job, and explore some of the factors that impact the workplace. Students leave the course with a career portfolio including a timeline with short-term and long-term goals. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 1 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor 370972LIFE SKILLS AND STUDY SKILLSThis competency-based course is designed to provide adult students with some of the necessary Life Skills & Study Skills needed to be successful in a college environment. Students enrolled in this course will become familiar with support services available on the college campus, time management, stress management, effective note taking, test preparedness, establishing short-term and long-term goals, and basic computer skills needed for college. In addition, students will identify different learning styles and how to best utilize them throughout college. Upon completion of the course, students will leave with a Student Portfolio which can be used for future reference. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in the course.1.A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2.Writing fluency at an English 4 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3.Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor231176LITERATURE/AMERICANThis competency-based course is designed to provide a balanced language arts experience centered on recurrent themes and genres in United States literature from earliest times to the present, reflecting on the diversity of American life. The main emphasis of this course will be analyzing works of fiction and nonfiction for the recognition of theme, symbolism, tone and historical significance. Incorporated into this course will be vocabulary enrichment and listening and speaking skills, as well as a variety of writing activities including narrative, expository, persuasive, informational and descriptive writing that demonstrates research, organization and drafting strategies. The competencies in this course are aligned with the English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the b (English subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 4 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving English instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of English 4 (23-10-74) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 231278LITERATURE/MODERNThis competency-based course is designed to provide a balanced language arts experience centered on recurrent themes and genres in modern literature. The main emphasis of this course will be analyzing and interpreting works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry and drama for the recognition of theme, symbolism, tone and historical connection. Incorporated into this course will be vocabulary enrichment and listening and speaking skills, as well as a variety of writing activities including narrative and expository essays, with a focus on essays in response to literature that demonstrate research, organization and drafting strategies. The competencies in this course are aligned with the English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the b (English subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 4 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving English instructor 3. Mastery of the competencies of English 4 (23-10-74) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 778550MACHINIST/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two designed for machine and forming technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic machining. Technical instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on machine tools and materials, blueprint reading - part I, bench work, drilling machine operation, metal cutting operation, lathe operation, milling operation, grinding machine operation, heat treatment operation, and tool and die work operation, calculations, and layout. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS TOOLS MATERIALS BLUEPRINT READING BENCH WORK DRILLING MACHINE OPERATION METAL-CUTTING OPERATION LATHE OPERATION MILLING OPERATIN GRINDING-MACHINE OPERATION HEAT-TREATMENT OPERATION TOOL AND DIE WORK OPERATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 778560MACHINIST/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of two designed for machine and forming technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic machining. Technical instruction includes an introduction, reviews of safety policies and procedures, resource management, employability skills, and introduction to entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on math and science principles, operational/maintenance/storage techniques for precision tools and CNC equipment, selection and application of metals and alloys, blueprint reading - part II, communication media, programming, and introductory robotics. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires the successful completion of the Machinist/1 (77-85-50) course.INTRODUCTION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW MATH AND SCIENCE PRINCIPLES PRECISION TOOLS CNC EQUIPMENT METALS AND ALLOYS BLUEPRINT READING COMMUNICATIONS MEDIA PROGRAMMING ROBOTICS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 797575MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR: HEATING & VENTILATIONThis competency-based course prepares trainees to operate various heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment. Instruction includes principles and techniques of various low-pressure boiler operations, fuel systems, unit heating systems, ventilation systems, and air conditioning systems. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NONEORIENTATION REGULATORY COMPLIANCE AND VARIOUS CODES GAS-FIRED HEATING SYSTEMS AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEM BOILER CONTROLS AND AIR-CONDITIONING CONTROLS BOILER OPERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING OPERATION TROUBLE SHOOTING OPERATIONAL PROBLEMS VARIOUS GAS PILOTS COOLING PUMPS AND HEATING PUMPS CONTROLLING TIME CLOCKS HOUSEKEEPING AND INSPECTION REVIEW AND EVALUATION 797580MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR: SCHEDULING PRACTICESThis competency-based course prepares trainees for entry-level supervision positions as school custodian supervisors. Instruction includes practical training in the management of custodial personnel; in-depth study of time and motion studies; scheduling work loads equitably; scheduling of routine cleaning; scheduling of non-routine cleaning. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NONEORIENTATION SCHEDULING FREQUENCIES OF CLEANING TASKS CLEANING STANDARDS TIME AND MOTION STUDIES/FULL SURFACE INVENTORY/WORK TIME SURVEY CUSTODIAL WORK SCHEDULES WORK TIME SURVEYS AND MAINTENANCE WORK SCHEDULES SCHEDULING RECESS, ANNUAL, AND YEAR-ROUND CLEANING IMPLEMENTATION OF CUSTODIAL WORK REVIEW AND EVALUATION 797585MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR: SUPERVISORY PRACTICESThis competency-based course provides training in principles of supervision, inspection of buildings and grounds, record keeping, and management of personnel. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NONESUPERVISION DEFINED DEVELOPING SUPERVISORY SKILLS SCHEDULES INSPECTIONS PERFORMANCE REPORTS SITE REPAIRS OVERTIME AND VANDALISM SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT KEY CONTROL UTILITIES DISCIPLINARY PROCEDURES REVIEW AND EVALUATION 781090MANICURING/1 - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based outline is the first of a two-course sequence and contains a 200-hour manicuring training needed under the rules and regulations issued by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC) to successfully pass the license examination. Instruction includes state regulations and basic chemistry, electricity, bacteriology, anatomy, and physiology in cosmetology as well as health, safety, and sanitation issues. It focuses on water and oil manicures and part one of pedicuring. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires students to be sixteen years of age or older. Applicants must have completed tenth grade or its equivalent. THE BARBERING AND COSMETOLOGY ACT AND THE BOARD'S RULES AND REGULATIONS CHEMISTRY IN COSMETOLOGY HEALTH, SAFETY, AND HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES DISINFECTION AND SANITATION BACTERIOLOGY, ANATOMY, AND PHYSIOLOGY WATER AND OIL MANICURES PEDICURING - PART 1 781095MANICURING/2 - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based outline is the last of a two-course sequence and contains a 200-hour manicuring training needed under the rules and regulations issued by the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC) to successfully pass the license examination. Instruction covers part two of pedicuring and employability/entrepreneurship skills. The course focuses on the application of artificial nails. The competencies in this course outline are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Manicuring/1 (78-10-90/28-17-55). PEDICURING - PART 2 APPLICATION OF ARTIFICIAL NAILS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS/ENTREPRENEURSHIP530375MATH 1This competency-based course offers an introduction to the basic mathematics concepts, including: whole numbers, whole number addition and subtraction, whole number addition and subtraction application, decimal addition and subtraction, decimal addition and subtraction application, whole number multiplication, whole number division, whole number multiplication and division application, decimal multiplication and division, decimal multiplication and division application, fractions, fraction multiplication and division with application, and fraction addition and subtraction with application. The competencies are aligned with the Mathematics Content Standards for California Public Schools, Kindergarten through Seventh Grade, with an emphasis on the Number Sense strand. Included in this course are assignments for GED preparationThe 180 hours indicated for the completion of this course are based on a student entering at grade level 0 and advancing to grade level 4.9. However, most students enter the math program at various ability and skill levels and may not need 180 hours to complete this course outline. The completion time will differ for each student. This course outline also includes applications and mechanisms for ongoing evaluation of students so that promotion and advancement occur on a regular basis, and students do not remain in the program for more time than needed.None530376MATH 2This competency-based course offers an introduction to the mathematics concepts including: whole number estimation of addition and subtraction/multiplication and division, decimal and fraction estimation, ratio and proportion, percents, percent application, percent estimation, probability, statistics and analyzing data, and measurement. The competencies are aligned with the Mathematics Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten through Seventh Grade with an emphasis on the following strands: Number Sense, Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability, and Measurement. Included in this course are assignments for GED preparation.The 180 hours indicated for the completion of this course are based on a student entering at level 5.0 and advancing to grade level 6.9. However, most students enter the math program at various ability and skill levels and may not need 180 hours to complete this course outline. The completion time will differ for each student. This course outline also includes applications and mechanisms for ongoing evaluation of students so that promotion and advancement occur on a regular basis, and students do not remain in the program for more time than needed.1. Completion of Math 1 (53-03-75), with a score of 90% or higher on each assessment. 2. A score of 5.0 on the TABE 9/10. Students who have completed Math 1 are not given the TABE in order to determine if they have met this prerequisite. These students are placed in Math 2 when they have a score of 90% or higher on Math 1 assessments. See How to Use This Course Outline (pp. 5-9) for complete information on student placement and promotion. 530377MATH 3This competency-based course offers an introduction to the mathematics concepts including: points, lines, angles, polygons, exponents, square roots, Pythagorean theorem, perimeter, area, circumference, volume, integers, equations, inequalities, number lines and graphing. The competencies are aligned with the Mathematics Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten through Seventh Grade with an emphasis on the following strands: Geometry and Measurement (Geometry) and Algebra and Functions. Included in this course are assignments for GED preparation.The 120 hours indicated for the completion of this course are based on a student entering at grade level 7.0 and advancing to grade level 8.9. However, most students enter the math program at various ability and skill levels and may not need 120 hours to complete this course outline. The completion time will differ for each student. This course outline also includes applications and mechanisms for ongoing evaluation of students so that promotion and advancement occur on a regular basis, and students do not remain in the program for more time than needed.1. Completion of Math 2 (53-03-76), with a score of 90% or higher on each assessment. Students who have completed Math 2 are not given the TABE in order to determine if they have met this prerequisite. These students are placed in Math 3 when they have a score of 90% or higher on Math 2 assessments. See How to Use this Course Outline (pp. 5-9) for complete information on student placement and promotion. 2. A score of 7.0 on the TABE 9/10. 530677MATH 3This competency-based course offers an introduction to the mathematics concepts including: points, lines, angles, polygons, exponents, square roots, Pythagorean theorem, perimeter, area, circumference, volume, integers, equations, inequalities, number lines and graphing. The competencies are aligned with the Mathematics Content Standards for California Public Schools Kindergarten through Seventh Grade with an emphasis on the following strands: Geometry and Measurement (Geometry) and Algebra and Functions. Included in this course are assignments for GED preparation.The 120 hours indicated for the completion of this course are based on a student entering at grade level 7.0 and advancing to grade level 8.9. However, most students enter the math program at various ability and skill levels and may not need 120 hours to complete this course outline. The completion time will differ for each student. This course outline also includes applications and mechanisms for ongoing evaluation of students so that promotion and advancement occur on a regular basis, and students do not remain in the program for more time than needed.1. Completion of Math 2 (53-03-76), with a score of 90% or higher on each assessment. Students who have completed Math 2 are not given the TABE in order to determine if they have met this prerequisite. These students are placed in Math 3 when they have a score of 90% or higher on Math 2 assessments. See How to Use this Course Outline (pp. 5-9) for complete information on student placement and promotion. 2. A score of 7.0 on the TABE 9/10. 774050MEDICAL ASSISTANTThis competency-based course contains information and training to prepare persons to function as medical assistants through training in ethics, medical terminology, and the preparation of medical forms. In addition, students will gain expertise in the day-to-day functions of the following specialties: ambulatory care, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, out patient surgery, urology, orthopedics, internal medicine, cardiology, and laboratory. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards.Enrollment requires a 7.5 reading level as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test, math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76), at least 18 years of age, evidence of measles, mumps, rubella, rubiola, varicella, and TB screenings. INTRODUCTION COMMUNICATIONS ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY AND DISORDERS SAFETY FIRST AID PATIENT CARE INFECTION CONTROL BASIC NURSING SKILLS ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICATIONS ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY DIAGNOSTIC EXAMS CLINICAL EXPERIENCE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 762570MEDICAL TERMINOLOGYThis competency-based course provides students with the skills necessary to understand the functions of body systems. Technical instruction includes orientation and safety and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on: the study of the structure of medical terms, body components, the skeletal system, the muscular system, the integumentary system, the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems, the respiratory system, the gastrointestinal system, the genitourinary system, the endocrine system, the nervous system, the special senses and multiple system diseases. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY STRUCTURE OF MEDICAL TERMS BODY COMPONENTS SKELETAL SYSTEM MUSCULAR SYSTEM INTEGUMENTARY SYSTEM CARDIOVASCULAR AND LYMPHATIC SYSTEMS RESPIRATORY SYSTEM GASTROINTESTINAL SYSTEM GENITOURINARY SYSTEM ENDOCRINE SYSTEM NERVOUS SYSTEM SPECIAL SENSES MULTIPLE SYSTEM DISEASES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 793580MOBILE ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN/1This competency-based course provides instruction and experience in hands-on installation methods for mobile electronics. Instruction includes information on basic electronics principles, test equipment, and basic automobile mechanics, and the principles, operation, and installation of vehicle audio systems. It also reviews career opportunities and employment skills necessary in the mobile electronics trade. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 7.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test and math skills equivalent to Math 1 (53-03-75). ORIENTATION SAFETY TOOLS ELECTRONICS PRINCIPLES TEST EQUIPMENT BASIC AUTO MECHANICS CAR AUDIO ANTENNAS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 793585MOBILE ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN/2This competency-based course provides instruction and experience in hands-on installation methods for mobile electronics. This course includes information on the principles, operation, and installation of vehicle speakers, crossovers, security systems, cellular phones, navigation equipment, and vehicle tracking systems. It also reviews career opportunities and business management skills necessary in the mobile electronics trade. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Mobile Electronics Technician/1 (79-35-80) course. ORIENTATION SAFETY TOOLS SPEAKERS AND CROSSOVERS SECURITY SYSTEMS CELLULAR PHONES NAVIGATION AND TRACKING SYSTEMS CUSTOMER RELATIONS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 793590MOBILE ELECTRONICS TECHNICIAN/3 - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course provides instruction and experience in hands-on installation methods for mobile electronics. Instruction includes information on vehicle security systems, cellular phones, navigation equipment, and vehicle tracking systems. It also reviews career opportunities and business management skills necessary in the mobile electronics trade. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Mobile Electronics Technician/2 (79-35-85) course. ORIENTATION SAFETY TOOLS SECURITY SYSTEMS CELLULAR PHONES NAVIGATION AND TRACKING SYSTEMS CUSTOMER RELATIONS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 794560NETWORK CONTROL OPERATORThis competency-based course is designed to provide students with an introduction to network administration. It includes a review of the micro-computer, DOS, Windows, an understanding of the relationship of desktop hardware and software to the network, general networking concepts, and reinforcement of the relationship between desktop networking components. This course also includes instruction in employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 8.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10, math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76), and completion of Computer Operation/2: Applications (75-35-90). ORIENTATION, SAFETY, AND EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS INTRODUCTION TO MICROCOMPUTERS REVIEW OF MICROPROCESSORS (CPU) DATA BUS MEMORY STORAGE DEVICES COMMUNICATION PORTS INPUT AND OUTPUT DEVICES COMMUNICATION WITH OTHER COMPUTERS PORTABLE COMPUTERS HARDWARE CONFIGURATION OPERATING SYSTEM WINDOWS OPERATING SYSTEM INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORKING OSI MODEL IEEE NETWORKING SPECIFICATIONS NETWORKING ARCHITECTURE DESIGN A NETWORK LAYOUT NETWORKING MEDIA NETWORKING INTERFACE CARDS NETWORK PROTOCOLS NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEM MULTI-VENDOR NETWORKS NETWORK TRANSMISSION NETWORK MANAGEMENT NETWORK FAULT TOLERANCE THE INTERNET 776550NETWORKING/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two courses designed to prepare students to pass the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) examination. Technical instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety principles and procedures, resource management, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on data bus, memory, network storage devices, communication ports, input and output devices, communication with other computers, portable computers, hardware configuration, operating systems, introduction to computer networking, introduction to network operating systems, connecting to the network and logging in, accessing data files on the network, OSI model, IEEE networking specifications, networking architecture, network layout design, networking media, networking interface cards, network protocols, and the network operating system. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT DATA BUS MEMORY NETWORK STORAGE DEVICES COMMUNICATION PORTS INPUT AND OUTPUT DEVICES COMMUNICATION WITH OTHER COMPUTERS PORTABLE COMPUTERS HARDWARE CONFIGURATION OPERATING SYSTEMS INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER NETWORKING INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK OPERATING SYSTEMS CONNECTING TO THE NETWORK AND LOGGING IN ACCESSING DATA FILES ON THE NETWORK OSI MODEL IEEE NETWORKING SPECIFICATIONS NETWORKING ARCHITECTURE NETWORK LAYOUT DESIGN NETWORKING MEDIA NETWORKING INTERFACE CARDS NETWORK PROTOCOLS NETWORK OPERATION SYSTEM EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 776560NETWORKING/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of two courses designed to prepare students to pass the Cisco Certified Entry Networking Technician (CCENT) examination. Technical instruction includes an introduction, workplace safety principles and procedures, employability skills, and entrepreneurial skills. Emphasis is placed on setting up user accounts and log-in security, setting up the network file system, managing the file system, file system security, multi-vendor networks, network transmission, network management, setting up network printing, creating login scripts, configuring network applications for users, network fault tolerance, the internet, backing up servers and workstations, performing a simple network installation, and network test review including study guides and simulated online testing. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Networking/1 (77-65-50) course. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY SETTING UP USER ACCOUNTS AND LOGIN SECURITY SETTING UP THE NETWORK FILE SYSTEM MANAGING THE FILE SYSTEM FILE SYSTEM SECURITY MULTI-VENDOR NETWORKS NETWORK TRANSMISSION NETWORK MANAGEMENT SETTING UP NETWORK PRINTING CREATING LOGIN SCRIPTS CONFIGURING NETWORK APPLICATIONS FOR USERS NETWORK FAULT TOLERANCE THE INTERNET BACKING UP SERVERS AND WORKSTATIONS PERFOMING A SIMPLE NETWORK INSTALLATION NETWORK TEST REVIEW SESSIONS WITH STUDY GUIDES AND SIMULATED ONLINE TESTING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 775075NURSING ASSISTANT: LONG-TERM CAREThis competency-based course offers an overview of anatomy, physiology, nutrition, medical terminology and an introduction to diseases and disorders. Emphasis is given to safety principles, infection control and the philosophy of nursing. This course also integrates methods for meeting the social and psychological needs of the patient. Nursing skills and clinical procedures are practiced in the classroom skills laboratory before being demonstrated in community health facilities. Upon completion of the required 60 hours of theory and 110 hours of clinical practice, the student will be qualified to take the state certification test. Successful completion of this examination will enable the student to be employed in a health care facility. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course cannot be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Medical Terminology (76-25-70) course. The candidate for this class must be 16 years of age and test at a 8.0 reading level as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test and math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76). Prior to contact with patients in the clinical area, the student shall be screened for criminal conviction, present a physical examination form declaring the student to be in optimum health without restrictions and show tuberculosis screening.INTRODUCTION/EMPLOYABLITY SKILLS PATIENTS' RIGHTS INTERPERSONAL SKILLS WORKING ENVIRONMENT SAFETY BODY MECHANICS MEDICAL AND SURGICAL ASEPSIS WEIGHTS AND MEASURES PATIENT CARE SKILLS PATIENT CARE PROCEDURES VITAL SIGNS NUTRITION EMERGENCY PROCEDURE LONG-TERM CARE PATIENT REHABILITATIVE NURSING OBSERVATION/CHARTING DEATH AND DYING 510764PARENT EDUCATIONThis competency-based course is designed to assist students/parents in formulating guidelines for effective parenting that are compatible with their values and the physical, emotional and cognitive developmental needs of children. Emphasis will be placed on the prime role of the parent as teacher, nurturer, and the provider of guidance and structure to the child. Students will learn to recognize developmental tasks and needs of the maturing child and to strengthen their positive parenting skills. None370478PARENT EDUCATIONThis competency-based course is designed to assist students/parents in formulating guidelines for effective parenting that are compatible with their values and the physical, emotional and cognitive developmental needs of children. Emphasis will be placed on the prime role of the parent as teacher, nurturer, and the provider of guidance and structure to the child. Students will learn to recognize developmental tasks and needs of the maturing child and to strengthen their positive parenting skills. After a student has completed this course, he/she may not be allowed to re-enroll in this course.1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension check 2. Writing fluency at an English 1 placement level, as determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or counselor 779060PHARMACY TECHNICIANThis competency-based course is designed to prepare students for employment in a pharmacy setting. The class consists of theory and clinical preparation to include: medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, pharmacy settings, duties and responsibilities of a pharmacy technician, pharmaceutical terms, abbreviations and symbols, metric and apothecary systems, drug requirements, record-keeping, dispensing prescriptions, knowledge of manufacturing, and packaging and labeling of drug products. At the successful completion of this course, students will be qualified to register with the California State Board of Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Technician. Students will perform community classroom activities while under the direct supervision of a pharmacist.Enrollment requires a U.S. High School diploma, high school equivalency certificate, or a U.S. AA degree, math skills equivalent to Math 2 (53-03-76), at least 18 years of age, possession of an AHA or BLS Healthcare Providers current CPR Certificate, tuberculosis clearance, and a physical exam. INTRODUCTION SAFETY COMMUNICATION PHARMACOLOGY MEASUREMENT AND CONVERSION DRUGS MEDICAL DISTRIBUTION DRUG PRODUCTS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 726550PHOTOVOLTAICS/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for alternative and renewable energy technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in photovoltaics (PV). Technical instruction includes workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on photovoltaic energy as a viable source of alternative energy, basic electrical theories, electrical wiring principles and procedures, solar energy, and the operational fundamentals of PV modules. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 and students must be at least 18 years of age. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS SOLAR ENERGY PHOTOVOLTAIC ENERGY: ALTERNATIVE ENERGY PV FUNDAMENTALS BASIC ELECTRICAL THEORIES BASIC ELECTRICAL WIRING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 726560PHOTOVOLTAICS/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for alternative and renewable energy technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in photovoltaic (PV) system selection, site selection, and mechanical design adaptation. Technical instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on PV system hardware and component evaluation, site assessment techniques for finding suitable location for PV systems, sizing/costing/selection of PV systems based on site assessment results, and PV system mechanical design criteria and adaptations. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires the successful completion of the Photovoltaics/1 (72-65-50/29-23-55) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW PV SYSTEM HARDWARE AND COMPONENTS SITE ASSESSMENT PV SYSTEM SIZE, COST, AND SELECTION MECHANICAL DESIGN ADAPTATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 726570PHOTOVOLTAICS/3This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for alternative and renewable energy technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in photovoltaic (PV) installation. Technical instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety procedures, resource management, and trade mathematics as well as basic entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on the electrical design adaptations for PV systems, installation of subsystems and components, maintenance procedures and troubleshooting techniques for PV system malfunctions, and exploration of local, national, and global markets for PV applications. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Photovoltaics/2 (72-65-60/29-23-56) course. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW ELECTRICAL DESIGN ADAPTATION SUBSYSTEM & COMPONENT INSTALLATION SYSTEM CHECK-OUT AND INSPECTION MAINTENANCE AND TROUBLESHOOTING PV MARKETS AND APPLICATIONS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 764550PHYSICAL THERAPYThis competency-based course prepares students to provide basic physical therapy treatment in health care facilities. This course offers instruction in employability skills, workplace safety and infection control, ethical and legal standards, interpersonal skills, and medical terminology. It presents an overview of selected anatomy and physiology systems as well as the disorders and drugs for those bodily systems. Instruction and practice are provided in the assessment of vital signs, body mechanics, treatment methods, therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises, and mobility training. Skills laboratory and clinical observations are also included in the training. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.For Perkins purposes this course has been designated as a concentrator/capstone course.Enrollment requires evidence of good health and a tuberculosis screening. Student must have a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test. Completion of a Biology or Medical Terminology class is highly recommended. ORIENTATION ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN SPORTS THERAPY SAFETY AND INFECTION CONTROL OBSERVATION, REPORTING, AND CHARTING COMMUNICATIONS AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY NUTRITION AND METABOLISM FIRST AID AND CPR PHYSICAL THERAPY MODALITIES SPORTS AND THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENT PHARMACOLOGY PATIENT CARE SKILLS CLINICAL PROTOCOL EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 714570PLUMBING/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two designed for plumbing. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic plumbing according to the Uniform Plumbing Code and the Los Angeles Plumbing Code requirements. Technical instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety rules and regulations, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the proper selection and use of plumbing materials (including sustainable and green products) and tools, pipefitting techniques, components of the sanitary drainage, vent and storm water drainage systems, the sizing techniques for sanitary drainage and vent piping, and plumbing traps. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Construction Work/1 (71-35-50/29-09-55) course.ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS MATERIALS TOOLS PIPEFITTING SANITARY DRAINAGE, VENT AND STORM WATER DRAINAGE (DWV) SYSTEMS SIZING SANITARY DRAINAGE AND VENT PIPING PLUMBING TRAPS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 714580PLUMBING/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of two designed for plumbing. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic plumbing according to the Uniform Plumbing Code and the Los Angeles Plumbing Code requirements. Technical instruction includes an introduction, and reviews of workplace safety rules and regulations, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the sizing techniques for water supply piping, water supply protection, proper selection and use of fixtures and appliances, testing and inspection techniques, and the basic procedures for plumbing a house. Basic entrepreneurial skills and the use of sustainable and green materials and technology are also covered in the instruction. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Plumbing/1 (71-45-70/29-09-83) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW SIZING WATER SUPPLY PIPING WATER SUPPLY PROTECTION FIXTURES AND APPLIANCES TESTING AND INSPECTION PLUMBING A HOUSE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 727580POWERLINE SYSTEMS/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for powerline technology. Instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the theories and general applications of direct current (DC), alternating current (AC), capacitance, and inductance. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. Student must be 18 years of age at enrollment. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS DIRECT CURRENT (DC) THEORY I ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC) THEORY I CAPACITANCE I INDUCTANCE I EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 727585POWERLINE SYSTEMS/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for powerline technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in basic powerline theories and techniques. Technical instruction includes an introduction and reviews of resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on beginning rigging techniques, material preparation and delivery distribution system construction, overall powerline system scheme, proper use and maintenance of tools, basic pole climbing techniques, and initial preparation for industry examination. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Powerline Systems/1 (72-75-80/29-25-50) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW RIGGING I MATERIAL PREPARATION AND DELIVERY/ DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM CONSTRUCTION POWERLINE SYSTEM TOOLS POLE CLIMBING AND WORKING I INDUSTRY EXAMINATION PREPARATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW 727590POWERLINE SYSTEMS/3 - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for powerline technology. It provides students with project-based experiences in advanced powerline theories and techniques. Technical instruction includes an introduction and reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on advanced powerline system applications of direct current (DC), alternating current (AC), capacitance, and inductance. Techniques used for basic electrical wiring, advanced rigging, and advanced pole climbing are also emphasized. Instruction on entrepreneurial skills and industry examination preparation is also included. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Powerline Systems/2 (77-75-85/29-25-51) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW DIRECT CURRENT (DC) THEORY II ALTERNATING CURRENT (AC) THEORY II CAPACITANCE II INDUCTANCE II BASIC ELECTRICAL WIRING RIGGING II POLE CLIMBING AND WORKING II EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS INDUSTRY EXAMINATION PREPARATION 797090POWERPLANT TECHNICIAN TRAINEE - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course includes instruction in aircraft turbine and piston engine theory, maintenance, and overhaul, using specifications of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and manufacturers. It prepares students to pass the FAA's written, oral, and practical examinations for powerplant mechanics and prepares them for employment in the aviation industry. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. Enrollment requires the ability to speak, read, write, and understand English at the eighth grade level.ORIENTATION THEORY AND CONSTRUCTION OF AIRCRAFT RECIPROCATING ENGINES ENGINE INDUCTION SYTEMS ENGINE FUEL SYSTEMS ENGINE FUEL METERING SYSTEMS ENGINE IGNITION SYSTEMS ENGINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEMS PROPELLERS ENGINE REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT ENGINE FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS ENGINE INSPECTION ENGINE STARTING SYSTEMS ENGINE MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION ENGINE COOLING SYSTEMS ENGINE EXHAUST SYSTEMS THEORY AND CONSTRUCTION OF AIRCRAFT TURBINE ENGINES ENGINE INSTRUMENT SYSTEMS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 370474PSYCHOLOGYThis competency-based course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the history and principles of psychology and with the skills needed to enhance personal growth and to cope with stress, change, and interpersonal problems.1. A minimum of 10.0 reading level as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 4 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 772070RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGISTThis competency-based course is designed to provide the essential information needed by student radiographers to pass the state certification examinations in Diagnostic Radiologic Technology and Fluoroscopy. This course also develops the necessary skills and abilities needed to meet the requirements of their job description and provide optimal patient care. Along with didactic instruction, students are prepared clinically in health care facilities with instructor and staff member supervision. Passing the state examination will allow graduates to work as radiologic technologists under a supervising licentiate. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum StandardsEnrollment requires a copy of current California State X-Ray Technician Certificate/Permit (verifying state licensure in at least chest, extremities, and torsoskeleton), sealed official transcripts verifying graduation from a California state-approved X-Ray technology program, pass a radiology exam with 70% accuracy rate, pass an assessment at 10th grade reading level, a U.S. High School diploma or high school equivalency certificate, evidence of computer literacy, participation in a qualifying interview; present a satisfactory physical examination and current American Heart Association (AHA) or Basic Life Support (BLS) for Healthcare Provides Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Certificate PRIOR TO CLINICAL ROTATION. INTRODUCTION TO RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY RADIOBIOLOGY AND RADIATION SAFETY RADIOLOGIC IMAGE FORMATION INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL IMAGING PRINCIPLES OF EXPOSURE AND IMAGE QUALITY IMAGE RECEPTOR SYSTEM NURSING PROCEDURES MEDICAL AND RADIOLOGICAL METHODS AND PROCEDURES FILM CRITIQUE ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY RADIOGRAPHIC POSITIONING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS CLINICAL EDUCATION 530364READING 1This competency-based course provides instruction in basic reading skills for four grade levels - Levels 0 (non-reader), 1, 2, and 3. Emphasis is placed on: the components of reading (alphabetics, fluency, vocabulary comprehension). listening and oral skills. ntegrating reading and writing. academic skills. community and workplace skills. Adults are provided with the basic reading skills that reflect California's Common Core Standards. The ultimate goal is to help adult students acquire the competencies needed to fulfill their roles as family members, workers and community members. None.530365READING 2Course Description: This competency-based course provides instruction in basic reading for three grade levels - Levels 4, 5 and 6. Emphasis is placed on: the components of reading (alphabetics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension). listening and oral skills. integrating reading and writing. reference and study skills. community and workplace skills. Adults are provided with the basic reading skills that integrate SCANS competencies, English-Language Arts Content Standards for California Public Schools, Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) competencies, and the Model Program Standards for Adult Basic Education. The ultimate goal is to help adult students acquire the competencies needed to fulfill their roles as family members, workers and community members. After a student has completed this course and received credit, he/she can not re-enroll in the course.Ability to read at a minimum of 4.0 grade level.530366READING 3This competency-based course provides instruction in basic reading for two grade levels - Levels 7 and 8. Emphasis is placed on: the components of reading (alphabetics, fluency, vocabulary, comprehension) writing listening and oral skills academic and pre-GED skills community and workplace skills Adults are provided with the basic reading skills that integrate SCANS competencies, California's Common Core Standards for Reading, Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS) competencies, and the Model Program Standards for Adult Basic Education. The ultimate goal is to help adult students acquire the competencies needed to fulfill their roles as family members, workers and community members. After a student has completed this course and received credit, he/she can not re-enroll in the course.Ability to read at a minimum 7.0 grade level714080REAL ESTATE: PRACTICE AND ETHICSThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence of four designed for real estate. It satisfies the statutory requirements for the broker's and salesperson's license. It includes instruction in the basic business, financial, and sales practices of real estate. It covers agency laws, various types of contracts and their usage, competitive market analysis, and types of advertising, various methods of real estate finance, property management, escrow procedures, tax aspect of real estate practice and the standards of real estate ethics. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of Real Estate Agent: Principles (71-40-90/21-11-77) or possession of a real estate salesperson's or broker's license.INTRODUCTION TO REAL ESTATE AGENCY LAWS EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS' LISTING FORM REAL ESTATE DISCLOSURE STATEMENT COMPETITIVE MARKET ANALYSIS ADVERTISING PROPERTY MANAGEMENT INTRODUCTION TO FINANCE FINANCE PROGRAMS QUALIFYING STANDARDS FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS DEPOSIT RECEIPT: OVERVIEW DEPOSIT RECEIPT: THIRD PARTY FINANCING DEPOSIT RECEIPT: SELLER FINANCING DEPOSIT RECEIPT: STANDARD PROVISIONS ESCROW TAX ASPECTS OF REAL ESTATE PRACTICE REAL ESTATE ETHICS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS EVALUATION 714090REAL ESTATE: PRINCIPLES - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of four designed for real estate. It prepares students for the California Real Estate salesperson's license examination. It includes instruction in the major aspects of real estate law, the California Department of Real Estate, contracts, deeds, titles, encumbrances, leases, financing, land descriptions, business opportunities, real estate computation, and ethics. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. Enrollment requires concurrent high school students to be 18 years of age upon completion of the course. INTRODUCTION ESTATES, TRANSFERS, AND TITLES ENCUMBRANCES AGENCY AND ITS RESPONSIBILITIES CONTRACTS LANDLORD AND TENANT ESCROWS AND TITLE INSURANCE REAL ESTATE FINANCE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS APPRAISAL BASICS APPRAISAL METHODS SUBDIVISIONS AND GOVERNMENT CONTROL TAXATION OF REAL ESTATE LICENSING, EDUCATION, AND ASSOCIATIONS REAL ESTATE MATH EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS EVALUATION 791060REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN (FUNDAMENTALS)This competency-based course is designed to provide training in the refrigeration and air conditioning trade. Instruction includes basic knowledge of refrigeration and air conditioning mechanical theory, operation and maintenance, with emphasis on commercial aspects of refrigeration and air conditioning, including heating systems. This course also includes instruction in employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. NoneORIENTATION, EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS, AND SAFETY PRINCIPLES OF HEAT TRANSFER AND INTRODUCTION TO REFRIGERATION REFRIGERATION CYCLE / DIAGRAMS CENTRAL STATION AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS ELECTRICAL CONTROLS / COMPONENTS HEATING AND CONTROLS ENERGY CONTROL SYSTEMS 791065REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN: SERVICEThis competency-based course is designed to provide training in the refrigeration and air conditioning trade. System fundamentals, troubleshooting and repair procedures are emphasized in practical terms. This course also includes instruction in employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.NoneORIENTATION, EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS, AND SAFETY THEORY OF REFRIGERATION ELECTRICAL AIR DISTRIBUTION METALWORKING LAB WORK 788570SECURITY OFFICER TRAINEEThis competency-based course is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as security officers. Technical instruction includes: orientation, safety policies and procedures, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on: powers of arrest, weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and terrorism, public elations, observation and documentation, communication protocols, liability/legal aspects, transportation security officer, evacuation procedures, officer safety, arrest, search, and seizure, access control, trespass, first aid and CPR, handling difficult people, workplace violence, chemical agents, preserving the incident scene, crowd control, courtroom demeanor, parking/traffic control, and fire safety. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. Concurrent high school students must be at least 16 years old, with at a 2.0 grade point average and a good attendance record.ORIENTATION AND SAFETY POWERS OF ARREST WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AND TERRORISM PUBLIC RELATIONS OBSERVATION AND DOCUMENTATION COMMUNICATION PROTOCOLS LIABILITY/LEGAL ASPECTS TRANSPORTATION SECURITY OFFICER EVACUATION PROCEDURES OFFICER SAFETY ARREST, SEARCH, AND SEIZURE ACCESS CONTROLTRESPASS FIRST AID AND CPR HANDLING DIFFICULT PEOPLE WORKPLACE VIOLENCE CHEMICAL AGENTS PRESERING THE INCIDENT SCENE CROWD CONTROL COURTROOM DEMEANOR PARKING/TRAFFICE CONTROL FIRE SAFETY EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 764555SPORTS THERAPEUTICSThis competency-based course provides students with hands-on training on the basic duties of a physical therapist, certified athletic trainer, personal trainer, physical therapy aide, fitness instructor, massage therapist, and other fields related to health care. Technical instruction includes an orientation, safety and infection control, communication and interpersonal skills, mathematics proficiency, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on: ethical and legal issues in sports therapy; observation, reporting, and charting; medical terminology; nutrition and metabolism; first aid and CPR; physical therapy procedures; physical therapy modalities; sports and therapeutic equipment; pharmacology; patient care skills; and clinical protocol. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires the minimum age of 16, evidence of optimal health, and tuberculosis screening. Completion of a Biology or Medical Terminology class is highly recommended.ORIENTATION ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN SPORTS THERAPY SAFETY AND INFECTION CONTROL OBSERVATION, REPORTING. AND CHARTING COMMUNICATION AND INTERPERSONAL SKILLS MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY NUTRITION AND METABOLISM FIRST AID AND CPR PHYSICAL THERAPY PROCEDURES PHYSICAL THERAPY MODALITIES SPORTS AND THERAPEUTIC EQUIPMENT PHARMACOLOGY PATIENT CARE SKILLS CLINICAL PROTOCOL EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 751570TAX PREPARATIONThis competency-based course is a part of a sequence designed for accounting. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in tax preparation. It covers an orientation, workplace safety, resource management, business math, employability skills, and entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on the principles of taxation, the purposes of the federal, state, and local tax laws, the tax characteristics of various business entities, and the principles and procedures related to income tax preparation and filing, including tax calculations and deductions. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires basic math and computer skills.ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT BUSINESS MATH TAX CONCEPTS TAX LAWS FORMS OF BUSINESS ORGANIZATIONS INCOME TAX PREPARATION CHECKLIST EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 728590TECH. INTERGRATION/3: SECURITY, HVAC & OTHER SYST. - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is the third in a sequence of three designed for home technology integration (HTI). It provides students with project-based experiences in security, heating, ventilations, and air conditioning (HVAC) and other integrated home systems. Technical instruction includes an introduction, a review of resource management, and an introduction to entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on home security and access control systems, HVAC management systems, home irrigation and pool management systems, lighting and lighting control systems, and miscellaneous devices. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion.Enrollment requires completion of the Technology Integration/2: Automation, Voice, and Entertainment (72-85-85) course. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW HOME SECURITY AND ACCESS CONTROL SYSTEMS HEATING, VENTILATION, AND AIR CONDITIONING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS HOMEIRRIGATION AND POOL MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS LIGHTING AND LIGHTING CONTROL SYSTEMS MISCELLANEOUS DEVICES ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 799083TECHNOLOGY/1: AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMSThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence of two designed to introduce automotive systems. It provides students with project-based experiences in automotive technologies including alternative and green vehicle technology. Instruction includes an orientation, classroom and workplace policies and procedures, resource management, measurements, tools and equipment, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on domestic car engine designs, engine cooling systems, engine lubrication systems, automotive electricity, charging systems, and starting systems. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT MEASUREMENTS TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT ENGINE DESIGNS: DOMESTIC ENGINE COOLING SYSTEMS ENGINE LUBRICATION SYSTEMS BASIC AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICITY CHARGING SYSTEMS STARTING SYSTEMS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 799085TECHNOLOGY/2: AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMSThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of two designed to introduce automotive systems. It provides students with project-based experiences in automotive technologies including alternative and green vehicle technology. Instruction includes an introduction, classroom and workplace policies and procedures, and reviews of resource management, measurements, tools and equipment, and employability skills as well as basic entrepreneurial skills. Emphasis is placed on foreign car engine designs, the ignition systems, fuel systems, exhaust systems, emission control, major engine operations, and alternate power sources for automobiles. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Technology/1: Automotive Systems (79-90-83/29-03-71) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW MEASUREMENTS REVIEW TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT REVIEW ENGINE DESIGNS: FOREIGN IGNITION SYSTEMS FUEL SYSTEMS EXHAUST SYSTEMS EMISSION CONTROL MAJOR ENGINE OPERATIONS ALTERNATIVE POWER SOURCES EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 230551TEST PREPARATION/ESSENTIAL STANDARDS ENGLISH-LANGUThis competency-based course prepares students for the English-Language Arts section of the California High School Exit Exam. The course emphasizes instruction in content specified in the CAHSEE: Word Analysis, Reading Comprehension, Literary Response and Analysis, Writing Strategies, Writing Conventions, Writing Applications, and test-taking strategies. Effective 4/3/031. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D7/8 Reading Comprehension Test 2. An English-Language Arts score between 330-349 on the California High School Exit Examination Student and Parent Report 3. Recommendation of teacher and/or counselor 310165TEST PREPARATION/ESSENTIAL STANDARDS MATHEMATICS/CThis competency-based course prepares students for the mathematics section of the California High School Exit Exam. The course emphasizes instruction in content specified in the CAHSEE: Probability and Statistics, Number Sense, Algebra and Functions, Measurement and Geometry, Algebra 1, and test taking strategies.Recommendation of counselor or outreach consultant.715580TILE TECHNICIAN/1: TILEThis competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three courses designed for Tile Marble and Granite installation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience for the installation of tile using sustainable and green technology. Focus in this competency based course is on tile installation. Instruction also includes an orientation, workplace safety, trade mathematics, and employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course cannot be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Minimum math level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE 9/10 and ability to lift heavy objects.ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS WATERPROOFING CERAMIC WALL AND FLOOR TILING PORCELAIN WALL AND FLOOR TILING EMLOYABILITY SKILLS 715585TILE TECHNICIAN/2: TILE AND MARBLEThis competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three courses designed for Tile Marble, and Granite installation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience for the installation of tile and marble using sustainable and green technology techniques. Focus in this competency based course is on marble product installation. Instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety, reviews of resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills, and an introduction to entrepreneurship. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course cannot be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Tile Technician/1 (71-55-80) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW WATERPROOFING REVIEW MORTAR FLOAT MARBLE & POLISHED STONE INSTALLATION EMPLOYABLITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 715590TILE TECHNICIAN/3: TILE, MARBLE AND GRANITE - DISTANCE LEARNINGThis competency-based course is the third in a sequence of three courses designed for Tile, Marble, and Granite installation. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience for the installation of Tile, Marble, and Granite using sustainable and green technology techniques. Focus in this competency based course is on granite fabrication and installation. Instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety, reviews of resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills, and an introduction to entrepreneurship. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course cannot be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Tile Technician/2 (71-55-85) course.INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS REVIEW WATERPROOFING REVIEW STONE & GRANITE FABRICATION AND COUNTERTOP INSTALLATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEWS ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 715088TYPIST: KEYBOARDINGThis competency-based course is an introduction to proper keyboarding techniques, mastery of alphabetic, numeric and symbol keys, and fundamental skill development of speed and accuracy. The course includes production of memoranda, letters in block style, simple tables centered horizontally and vertically, and short unbound reports. The course also emphasizes proper operation of a microcomputer. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.PROGRAM CERTIFICATE STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS: In order to receive a Certificate of Proficiency for any Office Education Program, the Office Assistant core courses and/or job specific courses must be successfully completed.NONEINTRODUCTION EQUIPMENT OPERATION, TECHNIQUE, AND ALPHABETIC KEYS NUMBER AND SYMBOL KEYS TIMED WRITINGS FORMATTING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS FINAL EVALUATION 715084TYPIST: KEYBOARDING/1This competency-based course is designed to introduce limited English proficient students to computer keyboarding skills. It contains definitions of common computer terminology. The course emphasizes the development of accuracy and speed, proper operation of a microcomputer, computer applications in an office, and basic exploration of employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires proficiency in oral and written English equivalent to completion of ESL Intermediate High/A; or concurrent enrollment in ESL Intermediate High/A (50-01-54).INTRODUCTION COMPUTER TERMINOLOGY AND OPERATION SAFETY COMPUTER HARDWARE AND DISKETTES COMPUTER KEYBOARDING NUMBER KEYS SYMBOL KEYS COMPUTER APPLICATION IN THE BUSINESS OFFICE EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS FINAL EXAMINATION 715086TYPIST: KEYBOARDING/2This competency-based course is designed to introduce CAS students to skills used in office occupations. The course includes computer terminology, operation safety and maintenance, keyboarding review, document formatting and applications, office career preparation, and basic employability skills. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards. Enrollment requires successful completion of Typist: Keyboarding/1 (71-50-84/21-01-58) or Typist: Keyboarding (71-50-88/21-13-72).INTRODUCTION COMPUTER TERMINOLOGY, OPERATION SAFETY, AND MAINTENANCE REVIEW EVALUATION: COMPUTER TERMINOLOGY, OPERATION SAFETY, AND MAINTENANCE REVIEW COMPUTER KEYBOARDING REVIEW EVALUATION: COMPUTER KEYBOARDING REVIEW DOCUMENT FORMATTING AND APPLICATIONS EVALUATION: DOCUMENT FORMATTING AND APPLICATIONS OFFICE PROCEDURES EVALUATION: OFFICE PROCEDURES OFFICE CAREER PREPARATION EVALUATION: OFFICE CAREER PREPARATION EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS FINAL EXAMINATION 370670U. S. GOVERNMENTThis competency-based course offers a comprehensive survey of the United States government including: development, basic principles, and the amendment processes of the Constitution; organization, responsibilities, and duties of the United States government; major purposes of government; basic constitutional problems faced by adults in a changing society; politics of the nation; practices of the federal government; the rights and responsibilities of adults in a democracy. The competencies in this course are aligned with the History-Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the a (history-social science) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 10.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 4 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Successful completion of U.S. History/1 (37-01-70) and U.S. History/2 (37-01-71) is recommended. 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 370170U. S. HISTORY/1This course focuses on major turning points in American history in the twentieth century. It begins with a foundational review of U.S. history: the nation's beginnings, the Civil War and Reconstruction, westward expansion, the Second Industrial Revolution, the Progressive Era and entry into World War I. The course then takes a structured chronological and thematic approach to an in-depth study of the United States in the first half of the twentieth century. Topics covered include minority rights and majority power, the movement towards equal rights for women and minorities, the emergence of a modern corporate economy, the Great Depression and the New Deal, and events leading to U.S. involvement in World War II. The competencies in this course are aligned with the History-Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the a (history-social science) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 1 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 370171U. S. HISTORY/2This course focuses on major turning points in American history in the twentieth century. It takes a structured chronological and thematic approach, beginning with victory in World War II and the post-war world in 1945. Topics covered include the expanding role of the federal government and courts, the maturation of a modern corporate economy, the impact of technology on society and culture, the movement toward equal rights for minorities and women, and the role of the United States as a major world power. The competencies in this course are aligned with the History-Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the a (history-social science) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 10.0 as measured by the TABE D9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Completion of U.S. History/1 (37-01-70) 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 530451VABE/MATH/PHOTOVOLTAICSThis competency-based course offers an introduction to the mathematics competencies necessary to prepare a student for the Career Technical Education Photovoltaics course. The competencies are aligned with the Mathematics Content Standards for California Public Schools,Kindergarten through Seventh Grade with an emphasis on the following strands: Number Sense, Statistics, Data Analysis and Probability, and Measurement, Geometry and Algebra and Functions. Course content is selected to support photovoltaic training employment in the photovoltaic installation field.A TABE 9M Complete Math Battery GE score of 4.0 or higher. 500161VESL BEGINNING LOW-BEGINNING HIGH708560VIDEO PRODUCTION/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for video production. It provides students with the technical instruction and practical experiences for aspiring video production assistants in the pre-production, production, and post-production stages of TV and video projects. It focuses on the basic set up and breakdown of camera, sound, and lighting equipment, basic principles of story development, planning and creation of a studio production, and editing of production projects. It also includes the basics of job shadowing, internships, and job placement. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. 708560 Enrollment requires a reading level of 6.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION INDUSTRY BACKGROUND TECHNICAL TRAINING STORY DEVELOPMENT AND NEWS REPORTING PRE-PRODUCTION PRODUCTION POST-PRODUCTION JOB SHADOWING, INTERNSHIPS, AND JOB PLACEMENT 708570VIDEO PRODUCTION/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for video production. It provides students with the technical instruction and practical experiences for aspiring video production crew members in the pre-production, production, and post-production stages of TV and video projects. It focuses on the use of the camera, sound, and lighting equipment, the development of soft, hard, and feature stories, the creation of a storyboard, the studio and field production techniques, and the editing and transmitting of a video story. It also includes a review of job shadowing, internship, and job placement techniques as well as resource management. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Video Production/1 (70-85-60/29-05-61) course.INTRODUCTION INDUSTRY BACKGROUND TECHNICAL TRAINING STORY DEVELOPMENT AND NEWS REPORTING PRE-PRODUCTION PRODUCTION POST-PRODUCTION RESOURCE MANAGEMENT JOB SHADOWING, INTERNSHIPS, AND JOB PLACEMENT REVIEW 708580VIDEO PRODUCTION/3This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for video production. It provides students with the technical instruction and practical experiences for aspiring video production supervisors in the pre-production, production, and post-production stages of TV and video projects. It focuses on the supervisory tasks involved in camera, sound, and lighting equipment use, soft/hard/feature story development, storyboard creation, studio and field production, and video story editing and transmitting. It also includes a review of resource management and job shadowing, internship, and job placement techniques. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards. This course can not be repeated once a student receives a Certificate of Completion. Enrollment requires successful completion of the Video Production/2 (70-85-70/29-05-62) course.INTRODUCTION INDUSTRY BACKGROND TECHNICAL TRAINING STORY DEVELOPMENT AND NEWS REPORTING PRE-PRODUCTION PRODUCTION POST-PRODUCTION RESOURCE MANGEMENT REVIEW JOB SHADOWING, INTERNSHIP, AND JOB PLACEMENT REVIEW 776060VOCATIONAL NURSEThis competency-based course prepares students with classes in ethics, safety principles, anatomy and physiology, pharmacology, medical terminology, growth and development, psychology and nutrition. Also studied are medical, surgical, obstetrical and pediatric nursing. The students are prepared clinically in health care facilities supervised by the instructor and staff members. Upon completion of this course the graduates may take the NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination). Passing this examination allows these people to work as Licensed Vocational Nurses under the supervision of a Registered Nurse or Physician. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards.Enrollment requires a U.S. high school diploma or high school equivalency certificate, or a U.S. AA or BA degree, a 10th grade reading level and a 9th grade math level as measured by the TABE 9/10 test; participation in a qualifying interview; present a satisfactory physical examination and a current AHA or BLS Healthcare Providers Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certificate PRIOR TO CLINICAL ROTATION. Must be 18 years of age or older, with proof of computer literacy abilities. FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING OBSTETRICS PEDIATRICS PHARMACOLOGY GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT PSYCHOLOGY NUTRITION LABORATORY AND CLINICAL PRACTICE 779550WELDING/1This competency-based course is the first in a sequence of three designed for welding. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic welding which incorporates principles of sustainable and green technology. Instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety policies and procedures, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on resource management, trade mathematics, welding symbols and codes, welding metallurgy, tools and equipment, and the techniques involved in surface welds, oxyacetylene cutting, brazing, welding tubing, and shielded metal arc welding (SMAW). The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards..Enrollment requires a reading level of 8.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10. ORIENTATION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT TRADE MATHEMATICS I WELDING SYMBOLS AND CODES WELDING METALLURGY TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT SURFACE WELDS OXYACETYLENE CUTTING BRAZING WELDING TUBING: ALL POSITIONS SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING (SMAW) EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS 779560WELDING/2This competency-based course is the second in a sequence of three designed for welding. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic welding which incorporates principles of sustainable and green technology. Instruction includes an introduction, reviews of workplace safety policies and procedures, resource management, employability skills, and welding metallurgy, and introductory entrepreneurship. Emphasis is placed on advanced trade mathematics, equipment and processes, and the techniques involved in fillet welds and plasma arc cutting. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Welding/1 (77-95-50/29-13-53) course. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY RESOURCE MANAGEMENT REVIEW TRADE MATHEMATICS II WELDING METALLURGY REVIEW EQUIPMENT AND PROCESSES FILLET WELDS PLASMA ARC CUTTING EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS 779570WELDING/3This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for welding. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic welding which incorporates principles of sustainable and green technology. Instruction includes an introduction and a review of workplace safety policies and procedures. Emphasis is placed on the basic geometric and trigonometric requirements of the industry and the tools, equipment, and techniques used in groove welding, air carbon arc process, and combination welding. It also focuses on meeting the requirements of the City of Los Angeles Departmental Welding Exams adopted from the American Welding Society (AWS) procedures. An introduction to fabrication and robotics are also included. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the Welding/2 (77-95-60/29-13-54) course. INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY TRADE MATHEMATICS III GROOVE WELDS AIR CARBON ARC PROCESS COMBINATION WELDING FABRICATION ROBOTICS CITY OF LOS ANGELES DEPARTMENTAL EXAM 370271WORLD HISTORY/1 This competency-based course begins with a brief look at the dawn of civilization, followed by a study of the early societies of the Near East and Africa and the classical civilizations of India, China, Greece, and Rome. Students then undertake a concurrent geographic and chronological examination of social, cultural, and technological change from 500 A.D. to 1914 in both the Western and non-Western world, including a comparative study of Europe and Japan during the High Middle Ages and the influence of the European Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution in our modern world. The course then focuses on a consideration of the impact of Enlightenment ideas on the rise of democratic ideals and explores the rise of nationalism into this century. The course seeks to foster and develop the skills of written expression, interpretation of graphic materials (especially the use and interpretation of maps), and critical thinking. The competencies in this course are aligned with the History-Social Science Content Standards for California Public Schools. This course has been approved to satisfy the a (history-social science) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 1 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 370272WORLD HISTORY/2This competency-based course examines major factors that have contributed to the shaping of the modern world, including the disparity of ideologies and beliefs, power struggles, and geopolitical differences that have resulted in national and global competition. The course begins with a consideration of the expansion of Western influence, industrialization focusing on England, and the effects of imperialism (using India as an example). The focus on this course is on events of the 20th century, with an emphasis on the interdependence of peoples and cultures of the world and the need for international cooperation and peace. This course seeks to foster and develop the skills of written expression, interpretation of graphic materials (especially the use and interpretation of maps), and critical thinking. This course has been approved to satisfy the a (history-social science) subject area of the UC/CSU a-g requirements for freshman admission. 1. A minimum reading level of 9.0 as measured by the TABE D 9/10 reading comprehension test 2. Writing fluency at an English 1 placement level, determined by a student writing sample and evaluated by the receiving instructor 3. Successful completion of World History/1 (37-02-71) 4. Recommendation of an instructor and/or a counselor 764589X-RAY TECHNOLOGY/3This competency-based course is the last in a sequence of three designed for x-ray technology. It provides students with project-based experiences according to the California State certification examination requirements in the limited category of skull. Didactic and clinical instruction includes part three of anatomy and physiology including cranial and facial bone pathologies, part three of radiographic positioning, and part two of film critique. Emphasis is also placed on digital radiography, employability skills, and review and evaluation. Students are given the maximum number of hours for clinical experience in health care facilities supervised by the instructor and staff personnel in order to perform as safe, competent, and professional X-Ray technicians. The passing of the state examination allows graduates to work as X-Ray technicians under a supervising licentiate. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.Enrollment requires successful completion of the X-Ray Technology/2 (76-45-86/27-11-80) course. ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY III RADIOGRAPHIC POSITIONING III FILM CRITIQUE III DIGITAL RADIOGRAPHY EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS REVIEW AND EVALUATION CLINICAL EXPERIENCE