Career Technical Education (CTE) Schedules

 

 

Business Education

ACCOUNTING 1

75-15-50 - $60.00

Electronic calculators and accounting applications for sole proprietorships and partnerships using Quick-Books and Microsoft Excel.
Prerequisites: Algebra and Excel backgrounds or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 10:00a M307 Staff

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ACCOUNTING 2

75-15-60 - $60.00

Electronic calculators and accounting applications for corporations using Quick-Books and Microsoft Excel.
Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Accounting/1 (21-02-50) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 10:00a M307 Staff

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/1: OFFICE PROCEDURES

75-35-50 - $90.00

Office safety, copiers, FAX, telephone techniques, filing, employability skills, business ethics and attitudes, e-mail and mail processing, data records management, and travel.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 10:30a –12:30p M307 Licea

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/2: BUSINESS ENGLISH

75-35-60 - $90.00

Grammar, spelling, vocabulary, punctuation & letter writing.
Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Administrative Assistant/1: Office Procedures (65-35-50) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 10:30a –12:30p M307 Licea

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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT/3: BUSINESS MATH

75-35-70 - $90.00

Review basic math, fractions, decimals, percentage, calculator, payroll, discount and interest rates.
Prerequisites: successful completion of the Administrative Assistant/2: Business English (65-35-60) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 10:30a –12:30p M307 Licea

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COMPUTER OPERATION/1: FOUNDATIONS

75-35-80 - $90.00

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 operating system. An introduction to word processing and electronic file management; and an overview of the internet and use of email.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M310 Pollard
M – F 10:15a – 2:45p M302 Moreno

Banning Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 117 Licea

San Pedro Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 3 Ochoa
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

San Pedro Skills Center

M – F 8:30a – 10:30a Rm 3 Staff

Wilmington Skills Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p Rm 3 Navarro
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

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COMPUTER OPERATION/2: INTEGRATED APPLICATIONS

75-35-90 - $90.00

Provides students with an introduction to Microsoft's Office, Word and Excel program applications. Students will learn about creating and editing documents and spreadsheets; applying formatting elements and page layouts; producing tables and charts; saving and printing.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer Operation/I: Foundations (75-35-80) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M310 Pollard
M – F 10:15a – 2:45p M302 Moreno

Banning Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 117 Licea

San Pedro Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 3 Ochoa
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

San Pedro Skills Center

M – F 8:30a – 10:30a Rm 3 Staff

Wilmington Skills Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p Rm 3 Navarro
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

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COMPUTER OPERATION/3: DATABASE MANAGEMENT

75-45-50 - $90.00

Provides technical instruction and practical experience in database management. 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: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer Operation/2: Integrated Applications (75-35-90) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M310 Pollard
M – F 10:15a – 2:45p M302 Moreno

Banning Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 117 Licea

San Pedro Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 3 Ochoa
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

San Pedro Skills Center

M – F 8:30a – 10:30a Rm 3 Staff

Wilmington Skills Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p Rm 3 Navarro
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

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COMPUTER OPERATION/4: PRESENTATIONS

75-45-60 - $90.00

Provides technical instruction and practical experience in presentation programs. Emphasis is placed on the different types of presentation graphics software, understanding the parts of the PowerPoint, creating a new presentation using the basic principles of design, formatting objects to edit and improve the presentation graphics, and tips to maximize the effect and utility of the presentation.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer Operation/3: Database Management (75-45-50) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M310 Pollard
M – F 10:15a – 2:45p M302 Moreno

Banning Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 117 Licea

San Pedro Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 3 Ochoa
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

San Pedro Skills Center

M – F 8:30a – 10:30a Rm 3 Staff

Wilmington Skills Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p Rm 3 Navarro
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

 

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COMPUTER OPERATION/5: IC3 CERTIFICATION PREPARATION

75-45-70 - $90.00

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.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Computer Operation/4: Presentations (75-45-60) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M310 Pollard
M – F 10:15a – 2:45p M302 Moreno

San Pedro Adult Learning Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm 3 Ochoa
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff

San Pedro Skills Center

M – F 8:30a – 10:30a Rm 3 Staff

Wilmington Skills Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p Rm 3 Navarro
M – F 12:30p – 2:30p Rm 3 Staff
 

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TAX PREPARATION

75-15-70 - $60.00

This course is a part of a sequence designed for accounting. It provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in tax preparation. 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.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 10:00a M307 Johnson

 

Health and Medical Technology

HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/1: TERMINOLOGY

76-15-50 - $100.00

Understanding the language of medicine through word building, analysis of terms, pronunciation, and spelling. Provides practice in the use of a medical dictionary and reference books.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires employment-level competency in reading, written, and oral communications, and math.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p H1 Batson
M –Th 5:30p – 8:45p H1 Carter

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HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/2: ELECTRONIC RECORDING & FILING

76-15-60 - $100.00

Keyboarding, medical terminology, preparation of medical forms, reports, correspondence, record keeping, office tools and equipment, including computer usage, safety procedures, medical ethics and legal responsibilities.

Prerequisites: Completion of Health Information Tech/1: Terminology.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p H1 Batson
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p H1 Carter

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HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/3: INSURANCE BILLING

76-15-70 - $100.00

Prepares for entry level employment in hospitals, clinical laboratories, insurance companies and other medical facilities. Basic insurance information in major types of medical programs, procedural and diagnostic coding utilized in the preparation of claims forms.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Health Information Tech/2: Electronic Recording and Filing.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p H1 Batson
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p H1 Carter

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HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/4: DIAGNOSTIC CODING

76-15-80 - $100.00

Verbal description of diseases, injuries, conditions, and procedures into numerical designations (codes). This is for purposes of reimbursement and statistical record keeping.

Prerequisites: Completion of Health Information Tech/3: Insurance and Billing.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p H1 Batson
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p H1 Carter

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HEALTH INFORMATION TECH/5: AMBULATORY CODING SYSTEMS

76-15-90 - $100.00

Uniform description of medical, surgical, and diagnostic services rendered into five-digit numeric codes used by third-party payers. Coding compliance, identifying/applying coding guidelines in Evaluation Management, Anesthesia, Surgery, Pathology/ Laboratory, Radiology, & Medicine.

Prerequisites for Health Information Tech/5: Ambulatory Coding Systems (76-15-90): Successful completion of Health Information Tech/4: Diagnostic Coding.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p H1 Batson
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p H1 Carter

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MEDICAL ASSISTANT

77-40-50 - $310.00

Prepares students to function as medical assistants through training in ethics, medical terminology, and medical forms. Students will gain expertise in the day-to-day functions of ambulatory care, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, out-patient surgery, urology, CBEDS No.: 4242 orthopedics, internal medicine, cardiology and laboratory.

Prerequisites: 7.5 reading level as measured by the TABE D 9/10 test, at least 18 years of age, and evidence of measles, mumps, rubella, rubeola, varicella, and TB screenings.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p Rm D203 Abraham

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Transportation Technology

AUTO TECH: DIESEL/1  * Managed Enrollment

79-90-55 - $120.00

Diesel engine diagnosis and repair. Cylinder head, valve train and engine block repair. Instruction and practical experience with "green" vehicle technologies.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair
(79-90-73) or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 2:45p D201 Cochran
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p D201 Bijelic

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AUTO TECH: DIESEL/2  * Managed Enrollment

79-90-57 - $120.00

Diesel engine diagnosis and repair. Lubrication, cooling, fuel, intake and exhaust systems. Engine brakes and electronic fuel systems.

Prerequisites: Requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Diesel/1 (79-90-55) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 2:45p D201 Cochran
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p D201 Bijelic
 
 

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AUTO TECH: DRIVE TRAIN  * Managed Enrollment

79-90-59 - $120.00

Drive train diagnosis and repair: clutch, transmission, drive shaft, universal joint and drive axle.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Diesel/2 (79-90-57) or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 2:45p D201 Cochran
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p D201 Bijelic

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* Cohort Program Managed Enrollment Schedule

HARBOR OCCUPATIONAL CENTER

AUTO TECH: DIESEL/1 (79-90-55)

January 9, 2017 – February 24, 2017

 

AUTO TECH: DIESEL/2 (79-90-57)

February 27, 2017 – April 21, 2017

 

AUTO TECH: DRIVE TRAIN (Diesel) (79-90-59)

April 24, 2017 – June 9, 2017

 

AUTO TECH: BREAKS

79-90-53 - $110.00

Break diagnostics and repair: general, hydraulic system, drum brake, disc break, power assist units, wheel bearings, parking brakes, electronic brake, and control systems.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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AUTO TECH: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS/1

69-90- 61 - $120.00

Electrical and electronic diagnosis and repair: general diagnosis of domestic and import cars, battery, starting system, and charging system.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73) or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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AUTO TECH: ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS/2

69-90- 63 - $120.00

This course is designed to meet the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) Program Certification Standards set by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). It provides instruction in sustainable and green vehicle technologies. Instruction includes: electrical and electronic diagnosis and repair.

Prerequisites: Requires completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73) or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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AUTO TECH: ENGINE PERFORMANCE/1

79-90-69 - $120.00

Introduction to the different engine designs, automotive electricity, hybrid vehicles, and alternative fuel vehicles Engine performance diagnosis and repair: general, computerized engine controls, and ignition system.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73) or instructor's permission

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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AUTO TECH: ENGINE PERFORMANCE/2

79-90- 63 - $120.00

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.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of the Auto Tech: Engine Performance/1 (79-90-69) or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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AUTO TECH: ENGINE REPAIR

79-90-73 - $120.00

Engine repair: general engine, cylinder head and valve train, engine block assembly, and lubrication and cooling systems.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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AUTO TECH: SUSPENSION AND STEERING

79-90-79 - $110.00

Suspension and steering diagnosis and repair: general, steering, suspension, related steering and suspension, wheels, & tires.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of Auto Tech: Engine Repair (79-90-73) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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TECHNOLOGY/1: AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS

79-90-83 - $60.00

Emphasis on domestic car engine designs, engine cooling systems, engine lubrication systems, automotive electricity, charging systems, and starting systems.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires employment-level competency in reading, written and oral communications, & math.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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TECHNOLOGY/2: AUTOMOTIVE SYSTEMS

79-90-85 - $60.00

Emphasis on foreign car engine designs, the ignition systems, exhaust systems, emission control, major engine operations, and alternative power sources for automobiles.

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Technology/1: Automotive Systems (79-90-83) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 2:45p A102/103 Lopez
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p A109 Torrence

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Energy, Environment & Utilities

ELECTRICIAN/1 FUNDAMENTALS

72-75-50 - $240.00

This course is 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).

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 11:15p M104 Ghanim
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p M104 Ghanim

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ELECTRICIAN/2 WIRING AND CODES

72-75-55 - $240.00

Provides students with technical instruction and practical experience in electrical wiring codes.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00A – 11:15p M104 Ghanim
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p M104 Ghanim

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Building & Construction Trades

CONSTRUCTION WORK/1

71-35-50 - $100.00

Instruction and practical experience in basic residential and commercial construction using sustainable green technology. Includes trade mathematics; techniques, tools, and materials required for concrete work, masonry, floor and wall construction, and roof construction.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M109 Grimes

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CONSTRUCTION WORK/2

71-35-60 - $100.00

Instruction and practical experience in basic residential and commercial construction using sustainable green technology. Includes workplace safety, resource management, trade mathematics with emphasis on the techniques, tools, and materials required for plumbing, electrical, and drywall installation.
Prerequisites: Requires successful completion of the Construction Work/1 (61-35-50) or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M109 Grimes

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CONSTRUCTION WORK/3

71-35-70 - $100.00

Instruction in basic residential and commercial construction using sustainable green technology. Includes workplace safety, resource management, trade mathematics and apprenticeship preparation with emphasis on the techniques, tools, and materials required for plumbing and electrical work, roofing and painting.
Prerequisites: Requires successful completion of the Construction Work /2 (61-35-60) or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M109 Grimes

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HVAC/1 

72-85-60 - $100.00

Provides students with project-based experiences in residential and commercial heating systems. Emphasis on basic theories and applications of electricity and thermodynamics, and the operational, troubleshooting, and maintenance techniques used for heating systems.
Prerequisites: Enrollment requires employment-level competency in reading, written and oral communications, and math, and ability to lift heavy items required in the industry.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M108 Nguyen
M – Th 12:45p – 3:15p M106 Morales
F 12:45p – 2:45p M106 Morales
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p M106 Morales

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HVAC/2 

72-85-65 - $100.00

Provides students with project-based experiences in residential & commercial ventilation and refrigeration. Emphasis on generation & modification of electricity for HVAC systems, wiring principles and procedures approved by the National Electric Code (NEC), operational techniques for ventilation and refrigeration systems, and troubleshooting techniques for refrigeration systems.
Prerequisites: Enrollment requires completion of the HVAC/1 (62-85-60) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M108 Nguyen
M – Th 12:45p – 3:15p M106 Morales
F 12:45p – 2:45p M106 Morales
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p M106 Morales

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HVAC/3

72-85-70 - $100.00

Provides students with project-based experiences in air conditioning & integrated systems. Emphasis 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.
Prerequisites: Enrollment requires completion of the HVAC/2 (62-85-65) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M108 Nguyen
M – Th 12:45p – 3:15p M106 Morales
F 12:45p – 2:45p M106 Morales
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p M106 Morales

*Cohort Program Managed Enrollment Schedule

HARBOR OCCUPATIONAL CENTER

HVAC/1 (72-85-60) & Refrigeration 1 (79-10-60)


January 30, 2017 – March 10, 2017

 

HVAC/2 (72-85-65) & Refrigeration 2 (79-10-60)


March 13, 2017 – April 28, 2017

 

HVAC/3 (72-85-70)


May 1, 2017 – June 9, 2017

 

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PLUMBING /1

71-45-70 - $100.00

This is the first in a sequence of two. Instruction in basic plumbing according to the Uniform Plumbing Code and the Los Angeles Plumbing Code. Emphasis on materials (including sustainable and green products), tools, pipefitting techniques, sanitary drainage, vent and storm water drainage systems, vent piping, and traps.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm A101 Treviño

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PLUMBING /2

71-45-80 - $100.00

This is the second in a sequence of two. Instruction includes water supply piping and protection, proper selection and use of fixtures and appliances, testing and inspection techniques, and the use of sustainable and green materials.
Prerequisites: Requires completion of the Plumbing/1 (71-45-70).

Harbor Occupational Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p Rm A101 Treviño

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REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN (FUNDAMENTALS)

79-10-60 - $100.00

This course provides 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.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M108 Nguyen
M – Th 12:45p – 3:15p M106 Morales
F 12:45p – 2:45p M106 Morales
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p M106 Morales

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REFRIGERATION TECHNICIAN SERVICE

79-10-65 - $100.00

This course provides training in the refrigeration and air conditioning trade. System fundamentals, troubleshooting and repair procedures are emphasized in practical terms.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M108 Nguyen
M – Th 12:45p – 3:15p M106 Morales
F 12:45p – 2:45p M106 Morales
M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p M106 Morales

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MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT

TILE TECHNICIAN/1

71-55-80 -  $75

This 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.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p AB3 Nuñez

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TILE TECHNICIAN/2

71-55-85 -  $75

This course is the second in a sequence of three courses designed for Tile Marble, and Granite installation. Instruction includes: practical experience for the installation of tile and marble using sustainable and green technology techniques.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the Tile Technician/1 (71-55-80) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p AB3 Nuñez

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TILE TECHNICIAN/3

71-55-90 -  $75

This 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.
Prerequisites: Successful completion of the Tile Technician/2  (71-55-85) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p AB3 Nuñez

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WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS:  FORKLIFT  OPERATOR (FUNDAMENTALS)

79-90-70 -  $80

Training includes warehousing, store keeping, industrial safety; the uses and purposes of various types of material handling equipment, such as: gas and electric forklifts, straddle-arm stackers, transporter and tow motors.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p AB2 Jacoby


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WELDING/1

77-95-50/29-13-53 - $400

Course provides technical instruction and practical experience in shielded metal arc welding, oxyacetylene cutting and trade mathematics. Emphasis on workplace safety procedures and employability skills.

Prerequisites: Requires employment-level competency in reading, written, oral communication, and math.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 2:45p W106 Staff
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p W106 Cerda

Wilmington Skills Center

  M – F 8:00a – 2:45p W106 Watkins
  M – Th 12:30p – 4:45p W106 Staff
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p W106 Hinojosa

* Managed Enrollment

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WELDING/2 

77-95-60/29-13-54 $400

Provides students with instruction on advanced techniques in welding and cutting processes. Advanced welding, plasma arc cutting, types of welds, weld joints and trade math.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of the Welding/1 (67-95-50) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 2:45p W106 Staff
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p W106 Cerda

Wilmington Skills Center

  M – F 8:00a – 2:45p W106 Watkins
  M – Th 12:30p – 4:45p W106 Staff
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p W106 Hinojosa
 

* Managed Enrollment

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WELDING/3

77-95-70/29-13-55  $400

Technical instruction & practical experience in advanced shielded metal arc welding in flux-core arc welding, gas metal arc welding, gas tungsten arc welding, groove welds, and carbon arc cutting. Review of geometric and trigonometric designs with an introduction to fabrication and robotic welding. Focus on the requirements of the City of Los Angeles Departmental Welding Exams adopted from the American Welding Society (AWS).

Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the Welding/2 (67-95-60) course or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

* M – F 8:00a – 2:45p W106 Staff
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p W106 Cerda

Wilmington Skills Center

  M – F 8:00a – 2:45p W106 Watkins
  M – Th 12:30p – 4:45p W106 Staff
  M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p W106 Hinojosa
 

* Managed Enrollment

*Cohort Program Managed Enrollment Schedule

HARBOR OCCUPATIONAL CENTER

WELDING/1 (77-95-50)

June 20, 2016 – September 1, 2016
January 9, 2017 – February 24, 2017

 

WELDING/2 (77-95-60)
September 6, 2016 – October 21, 2016
February 27, 2017 – April 21, 2017

 

WELDING/3 (77-95-70)
October 24, 2016 – December 16, 2016
April 24, 2017 – June 9, 2017

 

 

 

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Marketing, Sales and Service

Building and Grounds Worker (Fundamentals)

79-75-50 - $60.00

This competency-based course prepares trainees for entry-level employment as school custodians, upgrades skills, and prepares employees for promotion.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p AB1 Williams

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Maintenance Suprvisor:Heating and Ventilation

79-75-75 - $60.00

This 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.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p AB1 Staff

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Maintenance Supervisor: Scheduling Practices

79-75-80 -$60.00

This 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.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p AB1 Staff

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Maintenance Supervisor: Supervisory Practices

79-75-85 - $60.00

This course provides training in principles of supervision, inspection of buildings and grounds, record keeping, and management of personnel.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – Th 5:30p – 8:45p AB1 Staff

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Arts & Media

GRAPHIC DESIGNER (FUNDAMENTALS)

70-65-50 - $100.00

Basic principles of vector art, graphic design, print and typography, color theory, illustration, logo design, and branding. Conceptualization of images through the creative process and design software. Adobe Illustrator and Adobe Photoshop.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M213 Scott

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GRAPHIC DESIGNER/DIGITAL IMAGING

70-65-55 - $100.00

Prepares students in the use of a variety of digital image software and hardware used in the creation and manipulation of still, two-dimensional photo images and design. Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator.

Prerequisite: Graphic Designer/Fundamentals (60-65-50).

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M213 Scott

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GRAPHIC DESIGNER/ADVERTISING DESIGN

70-65-60 - $100.00

Illustration and layout design using, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign, and concepts in pre-press production. Create magazines ads, posters, brochures & page layouts. Portfolio preparation.

Prerequisite: Graphic Designer/Digital Imaging (60-65-55).

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M213 Scott

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GRAPHIC DESIGNER/WEB DESIGN

70-65-65 - $100.00

Basic concepts in web design using Adobe Dreamweaver, Adobe Flash, Basic CSS, and HTML. Prepare layout designs and images for the web. Create a web based portfolio.
Prerequisite: Graphic Designer/Advertising Design (60-65-60).

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M213 Scott

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Information & Communication Technology

A+ CERTIFICATION/1

74-15-50 - $90.00

Installation, repair, and configuration of computer hardware. Includes system boards, memory, processors, storage devices, and printers.
Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of one of the Computer Operation courses (65-35-80, 65-35-90, 65-45-50, 65-45-60, or 65-45-70) or instructor's permission.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M211 Le

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A+ CERTIFICATION/2

74-15-60 - $90.00

Installation, repair, and configuration of computer software and operating systems. Includes Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7 operating systems.
Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the A+ Certification/1 (64-15-50) course.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M211 Le

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A+ CERTIFICATION/3 - $90.00

74-15-70

Introduction to computer networks including hardware and protocols. Software, hardware, and virus troubleshooting methodologies are discussed.
Prerequisites: Enrollment requires successful completion of the A+ Certification/2 (64-15-60) course.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M211 Le

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NETWORKING/1 CERTIFICATION PREPARATION

77- 65-50 - $100.00

Introduction to network administration. DOS, Windows, hardware & software for the network.
Prerequisites: Completion of Computer Operator Software Applications and/or demonstrated computer skills and 7.5 reading and math.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M211 Le

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NETWORKING/2

77-65-60 - $100.00

Prepare for the Network Administrator exam. Develop ability to administer and manage network operating systems.
Prerequisites: Completion of Computer Operation 2/Integrated Applications and/or demonstrated computer skills and 7.5 reading and math.

Harbor Occupational Center

M – F 8:00a – 12:15p M211 Le

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