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   [Updated for Fall 2015 Semester]

CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION (CTE)
AT WEST VALLEY OCCUPATIONAL CENTER

ARTS AND MEDIA
  • Fashion
  • Graphics Arts
  • Video Production
BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION
  • Air Conditioning/Refrigeration
  • Construction
  • Landscaping
  • Photovoltaics (Solar Panel Tech)
  • Plumbing
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  • Computer Repair
  • Network Technician
  • Technology Integration

OFFICE OCCUPATIONS
  • Finance
  • General Office
  • Medical Office
  • Real Estate
SERVICE OCCUPATIONS
  • Child Care Occupations
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts
  • Health Careers
  • Physical Therapy Careers

STUDENT SERVICES
Click here for services
available to WVOC students.
Go to the Counseling and
Registration Office (Room
102) if you have questions
or need additional
information.

 


ARTS AND MEDIA

FASHION

FASHION/1    74-55-50
FASHION/2    74-55-60
FASHION/4    74-55-80

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This three-course sequence is designed to provide students with project-based experiences in apparel design, illustration, patternmaking, and production, as used in today’s fashion industry.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Completion of previous level courses. Basic computer skills recommended.
COST: $50 (Registration fee only for Fashion/1), $80 (Registration fee only for Fashion/2), and $80 (Registration fee only for Fashion/4).
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.

Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Fashion/1 5:45 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15 $50
Fashion/2 5:45 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 10/19/15 - 1/21/16 $50
Fashion/3 5:45 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 1/25/16 - 6/9/16 $80


GRAPHIC ARTS

GRAPHIC DESIGN: FUNDAMENTALS    70-65-50
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This is the first course in a sequence of three courses in graphic design. Students are provided technical instruction and practical experience in the basic principles and techniques of graphic design, typography, color theory, and illustration. Logo design and conceptualization of images through sketching and digital imaging software (Adobe Photoshop, InDesign and Illustrator) are also covered.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and oral communication in English. Basic Computer skills.
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Graphic Design: Fundamentals 4:45 pm - 9:00 pm
4:45 pm - 8:00 pm
M - W
Th
8/18/15 - 11/5/15 $100
8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
10/19/15 - 1/21/16
1/25/16 - 4/7/16
4/11/16 - 6/9/16
$100





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GRAPHIC DESIGN: DIGITAL IMAGING    70-65-55
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This second course in graphic design focuses on the Adobe Creative Suite which includes Photoshop and Bridge for photography, computer graphics, illustration, and graphic design. It covers the fundamentals of digital scanning and image manipulation, including appropriate techniques for photo retouching, type effects, color correction, special techniques, special effects, and file preparation for other media.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Graphic Design (Fundamentals) (see above).
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Graphic Design: Digital Imaging 4:45 pm - 9:00 pm
4:45 pm - 8:00 pm
M - W
Th
11/9/15 - 3/3/16 $100
8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
10/19/15 - 1/21/16
1/25/16 - 4/7/16
4/11/16 - 6/9/16
$100



GRAPHIC DESIGN: ADVERTISING DESIGN    70-65-60
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This third course in graphic design provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in fundamental advertising principles, vector-based logo design and illustration, 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, employability skills, and portfolio development.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Graphic Design: Digital Imaging (see below).
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Graphic Design: Advertising Design 4:45 pm - 9:00 pm
4:45 pm - 8:00 pm
M - W
Th
3/7/16 - 6/9/16 $100
8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
10/19/15 - 1/21/16
1/25/16 - 4/7/16
4/11/16 - 6/9/16
$100






VIDEO PRODUCTION


VIDEO PRODUCTION/1    70-85-60
VIDEO PRODUCTION/2    70-85-70
VIDEO PRODUCTION/3    70-85-80

DESCRIPTION: This three-course sequence for video production provides students with technical instruction and practical experience for aspiring video production assistants and supervisors. Courses focus on the basic set-up and breakdown of camera, sound, and lighting equipment; the basic principles of pre-production story development and planning, studio and field production, and post-production editing; and the varied aspects of video crewing and production supervision.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Completion of previous level courses.
COST: $70 for each course.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.

Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Video Production/1/2/3 8:15 am - 11:30 am M - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
10/19/15 - 1/21/16
1/25/16 - 4/7/16
4/11/16 - 6/9/16
$70


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BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION

AIR CONDITIONING/REFRIGERATION


HVAC/1    72-85-60
HVAC/2    72-85-65
HVAC/3    72-85-70
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This three-course sequence is designed to provide students with project-based experience in residential and commercial heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning. Emphasis is on safety policies and procedures, basic theories and applications, operations and management, diagnosing and troubleshooting, repair and maintenance, and integrated systems.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and oral communication in English. Completion of previous level courses.
COST: $100 for each course.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.

Course Name Time Days Date Fee
HVAC/1 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 9/25/15
1/25/16 - 3/4/16
$100
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm
4:45 pm - 9:00 pm
M - T
W - Th
8/18/15 - 11/5/15 $100
HVAC/2 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 9/28/15 - 11/6/15
3/7/16 - 4/22/16
$100
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm
4:45 pm - 9:00 pm
M - T
W - Th
11/9/15 - 3/3/16 $100
HVAC/3 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 11/9/15 - 1/22/16
4/25/16 - 6/10/16
$100
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm
4:45 pm - 9:00 pm
M - T
W - Th
11/9/15 - 3/3/16
3/7/16 - 6/9/16
$100








CONSTRUCTION


CONSTRUCTION WORK/1    71-35-50
CONSTRUCTION WORK/2    71-35-60
CONSTRUCTION WORK/3    71-35-70

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This three-course sequence provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in basic residential and commercial construction using sustainable and green technology. Instruction includes an orientation, workplace safety, resource management, trade mathematics, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on the techniques, tools, and materials required for concrete work, masonry, floor, wall and roof construction, finish carpentry, roofing, painting, plumbing, electrical, and drywall installation. It also covers the operation, maintenance, and storage of power tools as well as entrepreneurial skills.
PREREQUISITES: Must be at least 17 years of age. Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Completion of previous level courses or instructor approval.
COST: $100 for each course.
ADDITIONAL COST: Supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Construction Work/1 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 9/25/15
1/25/16 - 3/4/16
$100
4:45 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 11/5/15 $100
Construction Work/2 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 9/28/15 - 11/6/15
3/7/16 - 4/22/16
$100
4:45 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 11/9/15 - 3/3/16 $100
Construction Work/3 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 11/9/15 - 1/22/16
4/25/16 - 6/10/16
$100
4:45 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 3/7/16 - 6/9/16 $100



LANDSCAPING


LANDSCAPING/1    70-25-70
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This course provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in workplace safety, use and care of basic landscaping tools, plant identification, different soil types, planting and maintaining a garden, basic landscaping design, water management, and employability skills.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and oral communication in English.
COST: $50.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Landscaping/1 4:00 pm - 7:45 pm
4:00 pm - 7:15 pm
T - W
Th
8/18/15 - 10/15/15
10/20/15 - 1/21/16
1/26/16 - 4/7/16
4/12/16 - 6/9/16
$50




PHOTOVOLTAICS (SOLAR PANEL TECHNOLOGY)


PHOTOVOLTAICS/1    72-65-50
PHOTOVOLTAICS/2    72-65-60
PHOTOVOLTAICS/3    72-65-70

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This three-course sequence designed for alternative and renewable energy technology provides students with project-based experience in photovoltaic (PV) solar panel installation. Areas of technical instruction include an emphasis on workplace safety, trade mathematics, resource management, site assessment, PV system hardware and component evaluation, PV system sizing/costing/selection, mechanical/electrical design criteria and adaptations, PV system/sub-system installation, and troubleshooting techniques for system malfunctions. WVOC is a NABCEP Approved Provider.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Completion of previous level courses.
COST: $160 (Registration fee only for Photovoltaics/1), $160 (Registration fee only for Photovoltaics/2), and $310 (Registration fee only for Photovoltaics/3).
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook, study guide, and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Photovoltaics/1 8:15 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 9/18/15
1/25/16 - 2/26/16
$160
Photovoltaics/2 8:15 am - 12:30 pm M - F 9/21/15 - 10/16/15
2/29/16 - 4/8/16
$160
Photovoltaics/3 8:15 am - 12:30 pm M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$160




PLUMBING


PLUMBING/1    71-45-70
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course provides students with project-based experience in basic plumbing according to the Uniform Plumbing Code and the Los Angeles Plumbing Code requirements. Emphasis is placed on workplace safety, rules, and regulations, and the proper use and selection of plumbing materials and tools, pipe fitting techniques, drainage systems, and plumbing traps.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and oral communication in English.
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbooks and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Plumbing/1 6:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 1/21/16
1/25/16 - 6/9/16
$100


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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

COMPUTER REPAIR


COMPUTER TECHNICIAN: INTRODUCTION
79-30-65

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course is the first in a series of two courses designed to prepare 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 students 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.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English and basic math skills. 8.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule).
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.

Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Computer Technician: Introduction 8:15 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 9/25/15
11/9/15 - 1/22/16
3/7/16 - 4/22/16
$100




COMPUTER TECHNICIAN: A+ CERTIFICATION (UPGRADE)    79-30-90
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This course, the second in a series of two, prepares students for the A+ Certification Exam in computer repair. The intent of this course is to upgrade students’ existing computer repair skills. The level of instruction assumes the 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, and 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.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Computer Technician (Introduction) (see above).
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Computer Technician: A+ Certification
(Upgrade)
8:15 am - 12:30 pm M - F 9/28/15 - 11/6/15
1/25/16 - 3/4/16
4/25/16 - 6/10/16
$100



NETWORK TECHNICIAN


NETWORKING/1    77-65-50
NETWORKING/2    77-65-60
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This two-course sequence prepares students for employment, as well as for various industry-related certification exams. Students receive hands-on training connecting computers to form home, office, and enterprise networks. They install servers and network equipment, and connect them to the internet using WAN technology in a Windows 7 and XP environment. Installation and configuration of network cabling, hubs, bridges, and Cisco switches and routers, as well as File servers, FTP, TFTP, NAT, DHCP, and WEB site servers are also covered. Servers include: Microsoft 2008, Active Directory and Domain Services. Students prepare for the Cisco CCNA, CompTIA Network+, Microsoft MCTS, and ETA Network Computer Technician certification exams.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Completion of previous level course or instructor approval.
COST: $100 for each course.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and supplies.
REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Please contact Mr. Fischetto via email at wvoc@aol.com
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Networking/1 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
$100
Networking/2 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$100



NETWORK CONTROL OPERATOR    79-45-60
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This course provides additional hands-on training for students interested in advanced CISCO routing concepts such as IS-IS and BGP routing, advance switching and VLANs, and continued training on Windows server 2008 and 2012. This class is also designed for students’ self-study preparation for the CCNA and Microsoft Certification exams
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Networking/2 (see above).
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and supplies.
Check back for class start date.



TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION


TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION/1    72-85-80
TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION/2    72-85-85
TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION/3    79-85-90

DESCRIPTION: This three-course sequence, designed to cover home technology integration, provides students with project-based experience associated with three general areas: Copper and FIOS Cabling; Automation, Voice, and Entertainment; and Security, HVAC, and Other Systems. Emphasis is placed on tools and equipment, wiring and cabling, and residential control and management systems. Additional emphasis is placed on Local Area Networks, broadband internet and fiber optic communication technologies, design concepts, and the integration of home security, HVAC, lighting, irrigation, and other residential-related devices.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Completion of previous level courses.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and supplies.
COST: $70 (Registration fee only for T.I./1), $50 (Registration fee only for T.I./2), and $70 (Registration fee only for T.I./3).
REGISTRATION INFORMATION: Please contact Mr. Fischetto via email at wvoc@aol.com
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Technology Integration/1 8:15 am - 11:30 am M - Th 8/18/15 - 12/3/15 $70
Technology Integration/2 8:15 am - 11:30 am M - Th 12/7/15 - 2/18/16 $70
Technology Integration/3 8:15 am - 11:30 am M - Th 2/22/16 - 6/9/16 $70


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OFFICE OCCUPATIONS

FINANCE

ACCOUNTING/1    75-15-50
(Approved for Veterans)

DESCRIPTION: This course is the first of two designed to provide 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.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English.
COST: $60.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Accounting/1 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
10/19/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$60



ACCOUNTING/2    75-15-60
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course is the second of two designed to provide students with the technical instruction and practical experience in double-entry accounting systems. 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.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Accounting/1 (see above). Concurrent enrollment in Computer Operations/1: Foundations recommended.
COST: $60.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Accounting/2 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
10/19/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$60
10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
$60



ACCOUNTING CLERK: UPGRADE (QuickBooks)    71-10-80
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to introduce the principles and processes involved in computerized accounting systems (QuickBooks). It includes automated accounting, critical thinking/problem solving, employability skills, assessment of skills, and ethical decision making skills which prepare individuals for employment in accounting and related occupations.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Accounting/1. Accounting/2 (see above) and Computer Basics, Literacy, or Foundations are recommended.
COST: $80.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Accounting Clerk: Upgrade (QuickBooks) 10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 11/6/15
11/9/15 - 3/4/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
3/7/16 - 6/10/16
$80
6:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 11/5/15
3/7/16 - 6/9/16
$80



TAX PREPARATION    75-15-70
(Approved for Veterans)

DESCRIPTION: This course provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in tax preparation. Emphasis is placed on the principles of taxation; the purpose 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.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Accounting/1 and Computer Basics, Literacy, or Foundations are recommended.
COST: $60.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Tax Preparation 10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$60
6:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 11/9/15 - 3/30/16 $60

GENERAL OFFICE


ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/1: OFFICE PROCEDURES    75-35-50
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: Students receive 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, appropriate use of reference materials, and travel arrangements.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English.
COST: $90.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Administrative Assistant/1: Office Procedures 10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15 $90
8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 1/25/16 - 4/8/16 $90



TYPIST: KEYBOARDING/1    71-50-84
TYPIST: KEYBOARDING/2    71-50-86

DESCRIPTION: This two-course sequence provides students with technical instruction and practical exercises to learn computer keyboarding skills. These courses emphasize the development of basic and advanced keyboarding accuracy and speed, and also provide students with a general introduction to common office software, office occupations skills, and office career preparation.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Completion of previous level course.
COST: $50 for each course.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Typist: Keyboarding/1/2 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
10/19/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$50
10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
10/19/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$50








COMPUTER OPERATION/1: FOUNDATIONS    75-35-80
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course is the first in a series of four, designed for students of all career pathways. Students are provided a comprehensive understanding of basic computing and the Windows 7 operating system. Among the topics included are: the proper use of the keyboard and mouse; a general familiarity with hardware and software; an introduction to word processing and electronic file management; and an overview of the internet and use of email.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Concurrent enrollment in Typist: Keyboarding/1 (see above) is recommended.
COST: $90.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Computer Operation/1: Foundations 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
10/19/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$90
10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
10/19/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$90
6:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
1/25/16 - 4/7/16
$90



COMPUTER OPERATION/2: APPLICATIONS    75-35-90
(Approved for Veterans)

DESCRIPTION: This course provides students with an introduction to Microsoft’s Office 2010 Word and Excel program applications. Covering the fundamentals of each program, students will learn about creating and editing documents and spreadsheets; applying formatting elements and page layouts; producing tables and charts; saving and printing files; and more.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Computer Operation/1: Foundations (see above) or equivalent Computer Challenge Test (click here to see the test schedule).
COST: $90.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Computer Operation/2: Applications 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$90
10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
$90
6:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 10/19/15 - 1/21/16
4/11/16 - 6/9/16
$90



COMPUTER OPERATION/3: DATABASE MANAGEMENT    75-45-50
(Approved for Veterans)

DESCRIPTION: This course provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in database management. It includes a review of workplace safety and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on basic filing, alphabetical indexing, cross-referencing techniques for on-file documents, application of system commands for file maintenance; the creation, documentation, and protection of functional data files; and understanding key aspects of the Access database program, including record creation, tables, forms, queries, and filtering.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Computer Operation/1: Foundations (see above) or equivalent Computer Challenge Test (click here to see the test schedule).
COST: $90.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Computer Operation/3: Database Management 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16 $90
10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 4/11/16 - 6/10/16 $90



COMPUTER OPERATION/4: PRESENTATIONS    75-45-60
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in presentation programs. It includes 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.
PREREQUISITES:Completion of Computer Operation/1: Foundations (see above) or equivalent Computer Challenge Test (click here to see the test schedule).
COST: $90.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Computer Operation/4: Presentations 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16 $90
10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 4/11/16 - 6/9/16 $90
6:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
10/19/15 - 1/21/16
1/25/16 - 4/7/16
4/11/16 - 6/9/16
$90



MEDICAL OFFICE


HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/1: TERMINOLOGY    76-15-50
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This is the first course in a series of five designed for health information technology, preparing students for employment in health-related fields. Students will develop the ability to understand the language of medicine through learning word parts relating to body systems, including word building, analysis of terms, spelling and pronunciation. An overview of health care specializations including clinical, diagnostic, and surgical procedures, pathological conditions and medications will also be covered. This course is a prerequisite for all other HIT courses.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. ESL Advanced Low, Typing 30 wpm, and Computer Basics, Literacy, or Foundations are recommended.
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Health Information Tech/1: Terminology 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
$100
10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$100
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 8/18/15 - 10/1/15 $100



HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/2: ELECTRONIC RECORDING AND FILING    76-15-60
(Approved for Veterans)

DESCRIPTION: Students learn the necessary skills for employment as a medical front-office assistant. This course prepares individuals for entry-level employment in a health care environment. Training includes safety procedures, medical ethics and HIPAA regulations and confidentiality policy, health care forms and reports, and entering patient demographic information using Medisoft. Financial recordkeeping, telephone techniques, filing practices, appointment scheduling, chart assembly and employability skills will also be covered.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of HIT/1. Typing 30 wpm and Computer Basics, Literacy or Foundations are recommended. Enrollment in HIT/3 during the same term is allowed.
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.

Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Health Information Tech/2: Electronic Recording and Filing 10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
10/19/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$100
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 10/5/15 - 11/19/15 $100



HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/3: INSURANCE AND BILLING    76-15-70
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course prepares individuals for entry-level employment as an insurance billing specialist in medical offices, clinics, clinical laboratories, insurance companies and other facilities. Students will learn computerized office management using Medisoft including the use of EMR (Electronic Medical Record). Instruction will include insurance terminology, patient demographic entry, procedure and payment entry, and HIPAA guidelines. Medical record documentation guidelines will also be discussed. Various types of insurance plans will be covered including Medicare, Medicaid (Medi-Cal), HMOs, private/group insurance, Workers’ Compensation and State Disability. Training includes reading EOBs, handling collections and the appeals process. Employability skills will also be addressed.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of HIT/1. Typing 30 wpm and Computer Basics, Literacy or Foundations are recommended. Enrollment in HIT/2 during the same term is allowed.
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Health Information Tech/3: Insurance and Billing 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$100
10:30 am - 12:30 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
$100
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 11/30/15 - 2/11/16 $100








HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/4: DIAGNOSTIC CODING SYSTEMS
[ICD-10-CM]    76-15-80

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course prepares individuals to transform written descriptions of diseases, injuries, conditions, signs and symptoms into numerical designations for purposes of reimbursement and statistical reporting. Official coding guidelines are reviewed to comply with Federal regulations.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of HIT/1, 2 & 3. Typing 30 wpm and Computer Basics, Literacy or Foundations are recommended.
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook, Coding Manual and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Health Information Tech/4: Diagnostic Coding Systems [ICD-10-CM] 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 8/18/15 - 10/16/15
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
$100
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 2/15/16 - 4/14/16 $100



HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/5: AMBULATORY CODING SYSTEMS
[CPT/HCPCS]    76-15-90

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course prepares individuals to convert descriptions of medical, surgical, and diagnostic procedures rendered by health care providers into five-digit numeric codes for the purpose of effectively and efficiently communicating to insurance companies the procedures and service provided to patients. Training includes coding compliance, the use of five-digit codes and two-digit modifiers, identifying and applying coding guidelines to all the sections of the coding manual, as well as abstracting principles.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of HIT/1, 2 & 3. Typing 30 wpm and Computer Basics, Literacy or Foundations are recommended.
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook, Coding Manua and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Health Information Tech/5: Ambulatory Coding Systems [CPT/HCPCS] 8:15 am - 10:15 am M - F 10/19/15 - 1/22/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$100
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm M - Th 4/18/16 - 6/9/16 $100



REAL ESTATE


REAL ESTATE: PRINCIPLES    71-40-90
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course meets statutory requirements for broker’s/salesperson’s license (Department of Real Estate (DRE) Approval No. 894.87). 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.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English.
COST: $80.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Real Estate: Principles 4:45 pm - 9:00 pm W
T
8/19/15 - 1/20/16
1/26/16 - 6/7/16
$80



REAL ESTATE: FINANCE    71-40-70
(Approved for Veterans)

DESCRIPTION: This course meets statutory requirements for broker’s/salesperson’s license (Department of Real Estate (DRE) Approval No. 996.88). It includes instruction in the financing of real estate, the different types of loans, and requirements to qualify both the property and the borrower for the loan. Topics include mortgage instruments, construction loans, financial math, and different types of lenders; secondary market financing, including conventional and Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC) and Federal National Mortgage Corporation (FNMC) purchases; Veteran’s Administration (VA) and Federal Housing Authority (FHA) underwriting and guarantees; and ethics of real estate.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English.
COST: $80.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Day Date Fee
Real Estate: Finance 4:45 pm - 9:00 pm T 8/18/15 - 1/19/16 $80



REAL ESTATE: PRACTICE AND ETHICS    71-40-80
(Approved for Veterans)

DESCRIPTION: This course meets statutory requirements for broker’s/salesperson’s license (Department of Real Estate (DRE) Approval No. 1194-90). It includes instruction in basic business, financial, and sales practices of real estate. It covers agency laws, various types of contracts and their usage, competitive market analysis, 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.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English.
COST: $80.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and/or supplies.
Course Name Time Day Date Fee
Real Estate: Practice And Ethics 4:45 pm - 9:00 pm W 1/27/16 - 6/8/16 $80


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SERVICE OCCUPATIONS

CHILD CARE OCCUPATION

To earn a certificate, students must complete two core classes: Early Childhood Education Assistant/1 and Early Childhood Education Assistant/2. Field work is required for each of these two classes. Classes may be taken in any order. The two classes meet the qualifications for pre-school teachers and/or directors set by the State Department of Social Services, the licensing agency for child care centers.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ASSISTANT/1
72-10-90

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide training for the Child Care professional seeking employment in pre-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 I. to earn credit for the course. This course also includes guided observations and fieldwork experience with groups of young children.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. T.B. test required for field training.
COST: $140.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Early Childhood Education Assistant/1 5:15 pm - 9:00 pm
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
MW
TF
1/25/16 - 6/10/16 $140



EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ASSISTANT/2    72-20-50
(Approved for Veterans)

DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to provide training for the Child Care professional seeking employment in pre-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 II. and Home, School and Community. Instruction includes guided observations and fieldwork experience with groups of young children.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. T.B. test required for field training.
COST: $140.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Early Childhood Education Assistant/2 5:15 pm - 9:00 pm
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
MW
TF
8/18/15 - 1/22/16 $140



COSMETOLOGY


COSMETOLOGY/1    78-45-60
COSMETOLOGY/2    78-45-63
COSMETOLOGY/3    78-45-65
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: These courses meet the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC) 1600 hour training requirement. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience to develop the skills needed to take and pass the Cosmetology Licensing Exam. Students will learn disinfection, hairstyling, hair cutting, chemical texturing, hair coloring, nail care and skin care procedures.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. 10.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule). Completion of previous level courses.
COST: $910 for each course (Registration fee only). Approximate total cost for the program is $3700 (registration, books, and supplies).
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Cosmetology1/2/3 8:15 am - 3:30 pm
8:15 am - 3:00 pm
M - Th
F
8/18/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 6/10/16
$910



COSMETOLOGY SPECIALIST    78-45-95
DESCRIPTION: This supplemental course is designed to prepare trainees for the California State Board Licensing Exams.
PREREQUISITES: Knowledge of cosmetology and instructor approval.
COST: $170.
ADDITIONAL COST: Textbook and supplies.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Cosmetology Specialist 8:15 am - 3:30 pm
8:15 am - 3:00 pm
M - Th
F
8/18/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 6/10/16
$170



ESTHETICIAN/1    78-45-80
ESTHETICIAN/2    78-45-83
ESTHETICIAN/3    78-45-85

DESCRIPTION: These courses meet the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC) 600 hour training requirement. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience to develop the skills needed to take and pass the Esthetician Licensing Exam. Students will learn skin care procedures such as facials (plain, electric, and chemical), eyebrow shaping with tweezers and wax, daytime, evening, and corrective make up techniques.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. 10.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule). Completion of previous level courses.
COST: $230 for each course (Registration fee only). Approximate total cost for the program is $1500 (registration, books, and supplies).
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Esthetician/1 8:15 am - 12:30 pm
8:15 am - 2:00 pm
M - W
Th
8/18/15 - 11/5/15 $230
Esthetician/2 8:15 am - 12:30 pm
8:15 am - 2:00 pm
M - W
Th
11/9/15 - 3/3/16 $230
Esthetician/3 8:15 am - 12:30 pm
8:15 am - 2:00 pm
M - W
Th
3/7/16 - 6/9/16 $230



MANICURING/1    78-10-90
MANICURING/2    78-10-95

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
These courses meet the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC) 400 hour training requirement. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience to develop the skills needed to take and pass the Manicuring Licensing Exam. Students will learn manicuring, pedicuring, nail tips, wraps, and acrylic application techniques.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. 8.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule). Completion of Manicuring/1.
COST: $260 for each course (Registration fee only). Approximate total cost for the program is $1000 (registration, books, and supplies).
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Manicuring/1 8:15 am - 2:00 pm
8:15 am - 12:45 pm
M - Th
F
8/18/15 - 10/16/15
1/25/16 - 4/8/16
$260
Manicuring/2 8:15 am - 2:00 pm
8:15 am - 12:45 pm
M - Th
F
10/19/15 - 1/22/16
4/11/16 - 6/10/16
$260


CULINARY ARTS


CULINARY ARTS: BAKING/1    77-15-50
CULINARY ARTS: BAKING/2    77-15-55

(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This two-course sequence provides students with project-based learning experiences in the art and science of baking. Technical instruction includes orientation, resource management, weights and measures, equipment, safety and sanitation, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on ingredients and the preparatory, production, and finishing techniques for various types of baked products.
PREREQUISITES: For Culinary Arts: Baking/1, employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English and 8.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule). For Culinary Arts: Baking/2, completion of Culinary Arts: Baking/1.
COST: $80 (Registration fee only for Baking/1) and $90 (Registration fee only for Baking/2).
ADDITIONAL COST: For Culinary Arts: Baking/1, approximate total cost is $500 (registration, books, and supplies). For Culinary Arts: Baking/2, other than the registration fee, there are no additional costs (books and supplies for Baking/1 are also to be used for Baking/2).
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Culinary Arts: Baking/1 8:15 am - 3:00 pm TTh 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
1/25/16 - 4/7/16
$80
Culinary Arts: Baking/2 8:15 am - 3:00 pm TTh 10/20/15 - 1/21/16
4/12/16 - 6/9/16
$90








CULINARY ARTS: CATERING    77-15-80
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION:
This course provides entry-level and intermediate training to enable graduates to qualify as catering assistants, institutional and restaurant apprentice cooks, and any position that requires first-hand knowledge and experience in food service. Students are exposed to “prep” cooking, presentation, and storage in all food categories, with hands-on procedures and classroom theory.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. 8.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule). TB clearance prior to handling food.
COST: $100.
ADDITIONAL COST: Approximate total cost is $500 (registration, books, and supplies).
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Culinary Arts: Catering 8:15 am - 3:00 pm MW 8/18/15 - 1/20/15
1/25/16 - 6/8/16
$100



HEALTH CAREERS


NURSING ASSISTANT: LONG-TERM CARE
77-50-75
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This 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.
PREREQUISITES: Completion of Medical Terminology (HIT/1), 8.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule), no criminal record, current I.D., TB clearance, physical exam, BLS valid CPR Healthcare Provider Card, and Social Security Number. Qualifying applicants will be given registration information for the upcoming class upon passing the reading test.
COST: $250 (Registration fee only) Approximate total cost for the combined Nursing Assistant: Long-Term Care AND Home Health Aide (Supplemental) program is $900 (registration, books, insurance, fingerprinting, uniform and supplies).
NOTE: STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN BOTH Nursing Assistant: Long-term Care and Home Health Aide (Supplemental) AT THE BEGINNING OF THE TERM. Must pay registration fee plus $15 insurance fee and $55 fingerprinting fee at time of registration. Insurance and fingerprinting fees are non-refundable and are payable in cash only. Clinical rotation hours TBA. Enrollment is limited to 15 students.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Nursing Assistant: Long-Term Care 8:15 am - 5:00 pm T - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
10/20/15 - 1/21/16
1/26/16 - 4/7/16
4/12/16 - 6/9/16
$250



HOME HEALTH AIDE (SUPPLEMENTAL) FOR NURSING ASSISTANT
77-80-70   
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: 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.
COST: $50 (Registration fee only) Approximate total cost for the combined Nursing Assistant: Long-Term Care AND Home Health Aide (Supplemental) program is $900 (registration, books, insurance, fingerprinting, uniform and supplies).
NOTE: STUDENTS MUST ENROLL IN BOTH Nursing Assistant: Long-term Care and Home Health Aide (Supplemental) AT THE BEGINNING OF THE TERM. Must pay registration fee plus $15 insurance fee and $55 fingerprinting fee at time of registration. Insurance and fingerprinting fees are non-refundable and are payable in cash only. Clinical rotation hours TBA. Enrollment is limited to 15 students.
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Home Health Aide (Supplemental) for Nursing Assistant 8:15 am - 5:00 pm T - Th 8/18/15 - 10/15/15
10/20/15 - 1/21/16
1/26/16 - 4/7/16
4/12/16 - 6/9/16
$50



PHARMACY TECHNICIAN    77-90-60
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course is designed to prepare students for employment in a pharmaceutical setting. The class consists of theory and clinical preparation to include: medical terminology, anatomy and physiology, pharmaceutical 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. Students will perform Pharmacy Technician activities in the classroom and at a community site while under the direct supervision of a pharmacist. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be qualified to register with the California State Board of Pharmacy as a Pharmacy Technician and to take the Pharmacy Technician Certified Board Exam (PTCB).
PREREQUISITES:Employment level competency in written
and verbal communication in English. High School Diploma or High School Equivalency Test, no criminal record, Basic “C” CPR Certificate, TB clearance and physical exam, 10.0 reading level ((click here to see the test schedule), and basic math skills (to be evaluated in class). Typing speed of 25 wpm highly recommended.
COST: $650 (Registration fee only) Approximate total cost for the program is $1,500 (registration, insurance, books, and supplies).
NOTE: Must pay registration fee plus $15 insurance fee at time of registration. Insurance fee is non-refundable and is payable in cash only.

Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Pharmacy Technician 8:15 am - 3:00 pm M - F 8/18/15 - 1/22/16
1/25/16 - 6/10/16
$650



PHYSICAL THERAPY CAREERS


PHYSICAL THERAPY    76-45-50
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course prepares students to provide basic physical therapy treatment in health care facilities. Instruction includes: 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 treatments 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. Practice of skills in the classroom and laboratory/clinical observations are all included in the training.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Good health, 6.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule).
COST: $90 (Registration fee only) Approximate total cost for the program is $300 (registration, books, uniform and supplies).
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Physical Therapy 8:15 am - 12:00 pm
5:15 pm - 9:00 pm
T - Th
T - Th
8/18/15 - 1/21/16
1/26/16 - 6/9/16
$90



SPORTS THERAPEUTICS    76-45-55
(Approved for Veterans)
DESCRIPTION: This course provides students with hands-on training and basic knowledge of certified athletic trainer (ATC), sport therapy/physical therapy aide, massage therapist, personal trainer and other health care professionals. Instruction includes employability skills, facility management, fitness consulting, athletic training, sports conditioning, prevention and treatment of injuries, nutrition, fitness and exercise, safety and infection control, vital signs and first aid.
PREREQUISITES: Employment level competency in written and verbal communication in English. Good health, 6.0 reading level (click here to see the test schedule).
COST: $90 (Registration fee only) Approximate total cost for the program is $300 (registration, books, uniform and/or supplies).
Course Name Time Days Date Fee
Sports Therapeutics 5:15 pm - 9:00 pm
8:15 am - 12:00 pm
T - Th
T - Th
8/18/15 - 1/21/16
1/26/16 - 6/9/16
$90

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WEST VALLEY
OCCUPATIONAL
CENTER

MAIN CAMPUS

West Valley
Occupational Center

6200 Winnetka Ave.
Woodland Hills
CA 91367

(818) 346-3540

MAJOR CAMPUSES
Van Nuys
Adult School

6535 Cedros Avenue
Van Nuys, CA 91411
(818) 778-6000

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18230 Kittridge Street
Reseda, CA 91335
(818) 758-3700

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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