Career & Technical Education
AP Computer Science A
AP Computer Science A has been audited and approved by College Board to provide students with a college-level learning experience. This course instructs students on core aspects of computer science. Students will learn to create and implement computer programs that solve problems relevant to today's society, as well as deploy programming tools and effectively deal with complex problems through hands-on application and examples. This course is California A-G Approved.
Business Management is a course that is appropriate for both students on a business career path as well as students seeking to attend college in a business related field. Course topics include: Management and Leadership; Planning and Change; Economics and Ownership; Regulation and Communication; Business Metrics; Capitalization; The Product; Supply Chain Management; Human Resources; Managing the Manager; Business Management is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Electrical Technology I
This CTE course, filmed in 3-D, gives students who are interested in a career path in an electrical-related field - including general construction - a foundation of knowledge and practice necessary for a successful career. Electrical Technology I is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Electrical Technology II
This 3-D course builds on the foundation of Electrical Technology I to give students additional knowledge and skills they will need for a career in an electrical-related field and prepares them for the Electrical Technology certification exam. Electrical Technology II is A-G Approved through the University of California.
This Heating-Ventilation-Air Conditioning-and Refrigeration course, filmed in 3-D, provides students with a basic foundation of knowledge and skill required for a career in the HVAC-R field. It is the first in a two-part course of study preparing students for HVAC–R certification. HVAC-R I is A-G Approved through the University of California.
This Heating-Ventilation-Air Conditioning-and Refrigeration 3-D course builds on the knowledge and skills taught in HVAC-R I to provide students the preparation they need for their career and for the HVAC-R certification exam. HVAC-R II is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Info Management I
Information Management I provides students with an introduction to how businesses use technology to manage immense amounts of data and develops general study skills for continuing education. Through historical context, extensive examples, and practice, students learn about the importance of making informed decisions based on data mining and analysis and the inquiry skills necessary to avoid pitfalls. This course develops communication skills while providing a firm foundation for students looking to excel in technology and management related advanced post secondary degrees. Students will gain an understanding of using the Internet to promote a business and the responsibility that goes along with worldwide communications. Information Management I is A-G approved through the University of California.
Info Management II
Information Management II builds on previous instruction to give students management and study skills and for post secondary education and beyond. Students will learn the basics of workplace communication, become familiar with financial statements, learn to structure business documents, and gain an understanding of how businesses function. Students will learn about economics, business legalities, and be given training on skills such as oral presentation and timed writing. From writing a resume to managing employees, this course will enable students to strengthen their business skills and prepare them to gain further knowledge through the study of business related college majors and careers. Information Management II is A-G approved through the University of California.
Medical Terminology provides general study skills and a firm foundation for students preparing for postsecondary education to pursue a career in the medical field. Anatomical instruction is coupled with the investigation of key related terminology not only dealing with “what” but also “why” and “how” allowing students apply the information. Specifically, students explore the structures, functions, and terms related to disease and the bodily systems, including the skeletal, muscular, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, nervous, integumentary, endocrine, and reproductive systems. Students learn about specific health care professions and the unique role each plays. Through the study of this material students learn effective deciphering skills enabling them to decode medical terminology they have seen and terminology to which they are yet to be exposed. Medical Terminology is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Plumbing Technology I
This CTE Plumbing course filmed in 3-D, provides students with a basic foundation of knowledge and skill required for a career in the plumbing technology field. It is also useful for students desiring a career in general construction. It is the first in a two-part course of study preparing students for Plumbing Technology certification. Plumbing Technology I is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Plumbing Technology II
This CTE Plumbing course filmed in 3-D, builds on the principles and skills of Plumbing Technology I to provide students with the additional knowledge and preparation they need both practically for their career as well as for the HVAC-R certification exam. Plumbing Technology II is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Intro to Accounting
Introduction to Accounting explores the field of accounting, covering the process of recording, analyzing, classifying, summarizing, and communicating accounting information. Students will have the opportunity to learn how to interpret and formulate financial information for use in management decision making, helps students to investigate the impact of industry standards as well as economic, financial, legal, and ethical factors.
Principles of Business, Marketing and Finance
This CTE Business course provides a basic business, marketing, and finance background for students looking for a career in business or for students desiring further preparation before entering college in a business and finance related major. Principals of Business, Marketing, and Finance is A-G Approved through the University of California.
Investigating Careers gives students an overview of many career options and the education, training, and skills required for each. Career Path
College and Career Readiness
College and Career Readiness course provides students with basic knowledge and skills they need as they prepare for further training in a career or go on to college.
Instructional Standards in Education and Training
Instructional Standards in Education and Training provides students with background knowledge of child and adolescent development as well as principles of effective teaching and training practices. Students learn to plan and direct individualized instruction and group activities, prepare instructional materials, develop materials for educational environments, record keeping, and other responsibilities of teachers, or other educational personnel. Course topics include: Foundations of Education; Career Options in Education; Effective Teachers; Communication Skills; Teaching Style; Preparing an Effective Learning Environment; Educational Technology; Lesson Planning; Administration; Extra-Curricular Activities; Life Outside the Classroom; Getting Your Teaching Job
Mastering Microsoft Excel
The Mastering Microsoft® Excel® course focuses of providing students with a solid foundation on the many features and applications of the Microsoft Excel spreadsheet program. Excel, being a vastly versatile and widely used tool in the modern workforce, is a skill integral to success for students planning for any business-related career. This course explores topics from basics of creating workbooks to advanced functions using macros, as well as how to work with other Microsoft Office programs. "Microsoft" and "Excel" are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
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