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Students taking trades classes should have the opportunity to participate in the SkillsUSA organization, a student leadership association.

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COURSE AREAS
    -COMMUNICATION
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    -CONSTRUCTION TRADES
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    -DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES
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    -ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES
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    -MECHANICS AND REPAIRS
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    -PERSONAL AND MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
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    -PRECISION PRODUCTION TRADES
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    -PROTECTIVE SERVICES
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    -TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING
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    -VISUAL ARTS

COMMUNICATION
TELEVISION BROADCASTING 1 (10-12) - 10.0201, 0.5 Credit Minimum

Standards and Objectives - PDF | Curriculum Resources
This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills related to the television broadcasting industry.  Instruction includes hands-on assignments in the following areas:  camera operation, audio systems, lighting systems, pre-production, studio operations, control room operations, visual effects and graphics, and copyright laws. Prerequisite none.

TELEVISION BROADCASTING 2 (11-12) - 10.0202, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with the advanced knowledge and skills related to the television broadcasting industry.  Instruction includes hands-on assignments in the following areas:  camera operation, audio systems, lighting systems, pre-production, studio operations, control room operations, visual effects and graphics, and copyright laws. Prerequisite Television Broadcasting 1.

VIDEO PRODUCTION 1 (10-12) - 10.0203, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills related to the television production industry.  Instruction includes hands-on assignments in the following areas:  camera operation, recording audio, lighting systems, pre-production, production, post production, visual effects and graphics, and copyright laws. Prerequisite none.

VIDEO PRODUCTION 2 (11-12) - 10.0204, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with the advanced knowledge and skills related to the television production industry.  Instruction includes hands-on assignments in the following areas:  camera operation, recording audio, lighting systems, pre-production, production, post production, visual effects and graphics, and copyright laws. Prerequisite Television Production 1.

RADIO BROADCASTING TECHNICIAN 1 (10-12) - 10.0205, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills related to the radio broadcasting industry.  Instruction includes hands-on assignments in the following areas:  Impact of historical figures in radio, pre-production, live production, vocal skills, equipment, and radio rules and regulations. Prerequisite none.

RADIO BROADCASTING TECHNICIAN 2 (11-12) - 10.0206, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with the advanced knowledge and skills related to the radio broadcasting industry.  Instruction includes hands-on assignments in the following areas:  impact of historical figures in radio, pre-production, live production, vocal skills, equipment, and radio rules and regulations. Prerequisite Radio Broadcasting 1.

INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS, (10-12) - 10.0301, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills related to the graphic design and printing industries.  Instruction includes hands-on assignments in the following areas:  history, design & layout, digital image prep, image assembly/platemaking, press operations, finishing & binding, screen printing, job application & interpersonal skills.  The curriculum is based on PrintED competencies. Prerequisite none.

INTERMEDIATE GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS (10-12) - 10.0302, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to be a continuation of Introduction to Graphic Communications.  The course prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge in the areas of design & layout, digital image prep, image capture, digital file output, press operations, finishing & binding, and screen printing.  The course includes instruction in printing, lithographic equipment and operation, computer hardware and software, digital imaging, print preparation, and electronic prepress.  The curriculum is based on PrintED competencies. Prerequisite Introduction to Graphic Communications.

ADVANCED GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS (11-12) - 10.0303, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with theory and hands-on experiences relative to the printing industry.  The skills of the printing industry will be built upon by giving more real world experiences in the areas of digital file preparation, image capture, digital file output, press operations, binding and finishing, measurement, and basic math.  The curriculum is aligned with the “Introduction To Graphic Communications” PrintED competencies.  Prerequisite Introduction to Graphic Communications.

DIGITAL FILE PREPARATION (11-12) - 10.0304, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with theory and hands-on experiences relative to the electronic prepress area of the printing industry.  The skills of the printing industry will be built upon “live work” experiences in the areas of type, page layout, image capture, and illustration.  The curriculum is aligned with the “Digital File Preparation” PrintED competencies. Prerequisite Introduction to Graphic Communications.

INTRODUCTION TO SCREEN PRINTING (10-12) - 10.0305, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is designed to provide students with the basic knowledge and skills relative to the graphic design & screen-printing industries. Includes instruction and hands-on experiences in the following areas: history, design & layout, digital prep of designs, one and multiple color processes, indirect and direct stenciling methods, on various substrates. This allows for “live work” experience and provides an overview of the screen-printing and print making industries on the commercial level. Prerequisite none.

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PERSONAL AND MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES
BARBERING (11-12) - 12.0402, 1.0 Credit
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A program that prepares individuals to cut and dress hair shave and trim facial/neck hair and beards, and customer relations and salon management. Instruction includes history of barbering, health and safety, customer service; shop business practices; legal issues; human immune system; diseases and disorders of the hair and scalp; implements, tools and equipment; hair and scalp anatomy and physiology; basic science of barbering; chemistry of barbering; analysis of the hair and scalp; properties of the hair, skin, and scalp; shampooing; hair cutting; hair styles and styling art; in facial shaving; beard and mustache shaping and trimming.  The task list for this program is based on the state rules and regulations as a part of the state law. Completed instruction qualifies the student for licensing examinations in Utah. Prerequisite none.

COSMETOLOGY (11-12) - 12.0403, 1.0 Credit
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A program that prepares individuals to care for and beautify hair, care for complexion, perform manicures, and market cosmetics at commercial or other beauty establishments.  Training also includes customer relations and salon management. The task list for this program is based on the state rules and regulations as a part of the state law. Completed instruction qualifies the student for licensing examinations in Utah. Prerequisite none.

BASIC ESTHETICIAN & SKIN CARE (11-12) - 12.0409, 1.0 Credit
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This is a program that prepares individuals to cleanse, depilate, massage, and beautify the human body and to function as licensed estheticians and skin care specialists. Instruction includes history of esthetics; health and safety; customer relations and salon management; legal issues; human immune system; diseases and disorders of the skin; implements, tools, and equipment for basic esthetics; skin anatomy, physiology, and health; science of basic esthetics; principles of nutrition; decontamination and infection control; limited chemical exfoliation; chemistry for basic esthetics; face and neck massage; temporary hair removal including waxing and tweezing; application of makeup; basic facials; skin treatments, manual and mechanical; natural nail manicures and pedicures.  The task list for this program is based on the state rules and regulations as a part of the state law. Completed instruction qualifies the student for licensing examinations in Utah. Prerequisite none.

NAIL TECHNICIAN (11-12) - 12.0410, 1.0 Credit
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This is a program that prepares individuals to shape fingernails and toenails, remove unwanted skin and blemishes, apply polish and cosmetics to nails, and function as licensed manicurists or nail technicians/specialists. It includes instruction in manicuring theory; skin anatomy; nail growth, irregularities, and diseases; sterilization and sanitation; equipment and table maintenance; cuticle, blemish, and rough skin removal; nail filing, shaping, and polishing; cream application and extremity massage; nail sculpture and design art; product storage and use; customer service; laws and regulations; and business practices.  Courses also include customer relations and salon management. The task list for this program is based on the state rules and regulations as a part of the state law. Completed instruction qualifies the student for licensing examinations in Utah. Prerequisite none.

CULINARY ARTS/CHEF (11-12) - 12.0503, 1.0 Credit
A program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to provide professional chef and related cooking services in restaurants and other commercial food establishments.  Includes instruction in planning recipes and menus; preparing and cooking food; supervising and training kitchen assistants; and managing food supplies, kitchen resources, and the aesthetics of food preparation.  Mastery of a wide variety of culinary techniques is required.  The state task listserv as a basis for the program. Prerequisite none.

MEATCUTTING (10-12) - 12.0506, 1.0 Credit
A program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skill to cut, trim, and prepare carcasses and consumer-sized portions of meat for sale in wholesale, retail, or food service establishments.  Instruction includes using meat cutting tools; identifying of meat cutting techniques for different cuts of meat; dressing poultry; processing fish; creating counter display; and understanding refrigeration processes of meats, poultry, and fish.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses. Prerequisite none.

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ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGIES
ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN (10-12) - 15.0507, 0.5 Credit Minimum
This course prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing and using indoor and outdoor environmental pollution control systems. Includes instruction in environmental safety principles, testing and sampling procedures, laboratory techniques, instrumentation calibration, safety and protection procedures, equipment maintenance, and report preparation. Prerequisite none.

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DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES
TECHNICAL DESIGN 1 (10-12) - 15.1301, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This is the first instructional course in a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to develop technical knowledge and skills required to plan and prepare scale pictorial interpretations of engineering and design concepts.  This includes instruction in the use of 2D/3D CAD software, sketching, drawing layout, geometric construction, orthographic projection, and dimensioning. 

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 1 (10-12) - 15.1302, 0.5 Credit
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This is the first instructional course in a sequence of courses that prepares individuals with knowledge of residential architectural and related construction.  This course includes instruction in architectural blueprint reading, sketching, residential floor plans, exterior elevations, and use of CAD software. Instructors should be cautioned to limit the size of the dwelling to 1,100 square feet on the main floor.

ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2 (10-12) - 15.1303, 0.5 Credit Minimum, 1.0 Preferred
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This is the second instructional course in a sequence of courses that prepares individuals with knowledge of residential architectural and related construction.  This course includes instruction in building materials, building codes, typical wall sections, interior elevations, plot plans, Specifications, electrical plans, architectural renderings, and Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software with a major emphasis on 3D. Instructors should be cautioned to limit the size of the dwelling to 1,600 square feet on the main floor.

TECHNICAL DESIGN 2 (11-12) - 15.1306, 0.5 Credit Minimum, 1.0 Preferred
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Advanced drafting is the third step in understanding the application required to produce a workable drawing.  Good sketching techniques should be emphasized when preparing to start a working drawing.  Drawings that are assigned should complement the competency and require the student to solve problems, not just copy.

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PROTECTIVE SERVICES
LAW ENFORCEMENT (10-12) - 43.0107, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course prepares individuals to perform the duties of police and public security officers, including patrol and investigative activities, traffic control, crowd control, public relations, witness interviewing, evidence collection and management, court procedures and the law in general.  Basic crime prevention methods, weapon and equipment operation, equipment maintenance, and other routine law enforcement responsibilities are also included. Prerequisite none.

FIRE SCIENCE (10-12) - 43.0203, 0.5 Credit Minimum
This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to perform the duties of a firefighter.  Instruction includes training in safety, firefighting, equipment operation, maintenance, and the principles of fire science. Prerequisite none.

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CONSTRUCTION TRADES
CONSTRUCTION TRADES FOUNDATION (10-12) - 46.0000, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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A course that generally prepares individuals in the following areas:  basic safety, introduction to blueprint reading, introduction to power tools, introduction to hand tools, and introduction to construction math. It also includes an industry overview, what to expect on the job and specific career opportunities.  It is designed to allow for replica house building on a 1/4”=1’-0” scale.  These courses are based on the current National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) task list. Prerequisite none.

MASONRY/TILE SETTING (10-12) - 46.0101, 1.0 Credit
A program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills in the laying and/or setting of brick, concrete block, hard tile, marble, and related materials using current industry tools and equipment.  These courses are based on the current National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) task list. Prerequisite none.

CARPENTRY 1 (10-12) - 46.0201, 1.0 Credit
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This is the first course in a series that prepares individuals to lay out, fabricate, erect, install, and repair wooden structures and fixtures using hand and power tools.  Includes instruction in common systems of framing, construction materials, estimating, blueprint reading, concrete placing, siding, and mechanical systems. These courses are based on the current National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) task list. Prerequisite none.

CARPENTRY 2 (11-12) - 46.0202, 1.0 Credit
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This is the second course in a sequence that prepares individuals to lay out, fabricate, erect, install, and repair wooden structures and fixtures using hand and power tools.  Includes instruction in common systems of framing, construction materials, estimating, blueprint reading, concrete placing, siding, and mechanical systems. These courses are based on the current National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) task list. Prerequisite Carpentry 1.

ELECTRICIAN 1 (10-12) - 46.0302, 1.0 Credit
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This is the first course in a series that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair electrically energized systems, such as residential, commercial, industrial electric-power systems wiring, D.C. and A.C. motors, controls, and electrical distribution panels.  Includes instruction in the use of advanced technology test equipment.  Prerequisite none.

ELECTRICAL LINEWORKER TECHNICIAN (11-12) - 46.0303, 1.0 Credit
This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to install, operate, maintain, and repair local, long distance, and rural electric power cables and communication lines, and to erect and construct underground lines and cables.  The Utah Valley Community College curriculum is the basis for this program. Prerequisite none.

ELECTRICIAN 2 (11-12) - 46.0304, 1.0 Credit
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This is the second course in a sequence courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair electrically energized systems, such as residential, commercial, industrial electric-power systems wiring, D.C. and A.C. motors, controls, and electrical distribution panels.  Instruction includes training in the use of advanced technology test equipment.  Prerequisite Electrician 1.

BUILDING MAINTENANCE (10-12) - 46.0401, 1.0 Credit
This is a program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to keep a building functioning, and to service a variety of structures including commercial and industrial buildings and mobile homes. Includes instruction in the basic maintenance and repair skills required to service building systems, such as air conditioning, heating, plumbing, electrical, major appliances, and other mechanical systems. Prerequisite none.

PAINTING AND DECORATING (10-14) - 46.0408, 1.0 Credit
A program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skill to finish exterior and interior surfaces by applying protective or decorative coating materials, such as paint, lacquer, and wallpaper. Includes instruction in preparing surfaces, selecting and applying paints and other coatings, and hanging wall paper. Equipment operation and maintenance is also included. These courses are based on the current Associated General Contractors (AGC) task list. Prerequisite none.

CONCRETE PLACING AND FINISHING (10-14) - 46.0499, 1.0 Credit
This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to construct forms; cut, erect, and fasten steel reinforcing bars and wire mesh; compact concrete by hand or with power equipment; and finish exposed surfaces during hardening and after forms have been removed.  Instruction includes training in the use of chemical additives and use of hand and power concrete handling equipment.  These courses are based on the current Associated General Contractors (AGC) task list. Prerequisite none.

PLUMBING 1 (10-12) - 46.0501, 1.0 Credit
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This is the first course in a series that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skill to lay out, assemble, install, and maintain piping, fixtures, and piping systems for stream, hot water, heating, cooling, draining, lubricating, sprinkling, and industrial processing systems.  Includes instruction in material selection and use of tools to cut, bend, join, and weld pipes.  These courses are based on the current National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) task list. Prerequisite none.

PLUMBING 2 (11-12) - 46.0502, 1.0 Credit
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This is the second course in a sequence that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skill to lay out, assemble, install, and maintain piping, fixtures, and piping systems for stream, hot water, heating, cooling, draining, lubricating, sprinkling, and industrial processing systems.  Includes instruction in material selection and use of tools to cut, bend, join, and weld pipes.  These courses are based on the current National Center for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) task list. Prerequisite Plumbing 1.

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MECHANICS AND REPAIRS
BASIC ELECTRONICS (10-12) - 47.0105, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair electrical/electronic equipment used in business, industry, and manufacturing.  Instruction includes training in safety, installing, maintaining, and testing various types of electronic equipment.  This course is based on a international electronics task list. Prerequisite none.

ADVANCED ELECTRONICS (11-12) - 47.0107, 0.5 Credit Minimum
Standards and Objectives - PDF
A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair electrical/electronic equipment used in business, industry, and manufacturing.  Instruction includes training in safety, passive electronic components, passive AC and DC circuits, active discrete circuits, linear integrated circuits, digital integrated circuits, and program and interface microprocessors based systems. This course is based on a international electronics task list. Prerequisite: Basic Electronics.

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS (11-12) - 47.0108, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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A course that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to assemble, install, operate, maintain, and repair electrical/electronic equipment used in business, industry, and manufacturing.  Instruction includes training in safety, numbering systems, logic circuits, digital devices, combinational logic circuits, and sequential logic circuits. This course is based on a international electronics task list. Prerequisite: Basic Electronics.

HEATING/AIR CONDITIONING/REFRIGERATION (11-12) - 47.0201, 1.0 Credit
A program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, install, and maintain the operating condition of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Prerequisite none.

INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (10-12) - 47.0303, 1.0 Credit
This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair and maintain industrial machinery and equipment.  This includes mechanical, electrical, hydraulic, and pneumatic systems. Prerequisite none.

COLLISION NON-STRUCTURAL AND STRUCTURAL REPAIR (10-12) - 47.0603, 0.5 Credit
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This is a course that prepares individuals to repair automotive, uni-bodies, fenders, and frames of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in non-structural and structural repairs.   This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) automotive collision task list and the I-CAR training program.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of this program. Prerequisite none.

INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE (10-12) - 47.0604, 0.5 Credit Minimum
Standards and Objectives - PDF | Curriculum Resources
This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in safety, the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of engines, fuel, electricity/electronics, cooling, brake systems, drive trains, and suspension systems.  Instruction is also given in the adjustment and repair of individual components and systems. These courses are based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses. Prerequisite none.

DIESEL TECHNICIAN (10-12) - 47.0605, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is the first in a sequence that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to the specialized maintenance and repair of trucks, buses, and other commercial and industrial vehicles. Instruction covers training in the following areas:  safety, diesel engine mechanics, suspension and steering, drive trains, HVAC systems, and auxiliary equipment installation and repair. These courses could be based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses.

SMALL ENGINE REPAIR I (10-12) - 47.0606, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This is a course is the first of two courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skill to maintain and repair small internal‐combustion engines used on portable power equipment, such as lawn and garden equipment. Work ethics, productivity, and safety are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of these classes.

AIRCRAFT MECHANICS TECHNICIAN/A&P (10-12) - 47.0609, 0.5 Credit Minimum
This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to inspect, repair, service, and rebuild all airplane parts, including engines, propellers, instruments, airframes, fuel and oil tanks, control cables, and hydraulic units.  These courses are designed to meet Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requirements for licensing as an airframe and power plant mechanic. Prerequisite Introduction to Automotive.

BICYCLE REPAIR TECHNICIAN (10-12) - 47.0610, 0.5 Credit Minimum
This course is to prepare individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to inspect, repair, service, and maintain bicycles and other human-powered vehicles.  Instruction includes training in safety, lubrication, adjustments of moving parts, and wheel building. Prerequisite none.

MEDIUM/HEAVY VEHICLE SYSTEMS (10-12) - 47.0613, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This course is the first in a sequence that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to the specialized maintenance and repair of trucks, buses, and other commercial and industrial vehicles. Instruction covers training in four areas which includes safety and shop skills, preventive maintenance inspection, brake systems, and electrical and electronic systems. These courses could be based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses. Prerequisite none.

COLLISION REFINISHING AND PAINTING (11-12) - 47.0623, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This is a course that prepares individuals to repair automotive, uni-bodies, fenders, and frames of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in refinishing and painting.   This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) automotive collision task list and the I-CAR training program.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and laboratory activities of this program. Prerequisite: Collision Non-Structural and Structural Repair.

ASE GENERAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN (10-12) - 47.0624, 1.0 Credit
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This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in safety, the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of engines, fuel, electricity/electronics, cooling, brake systems, drive trains, and suspension systems.  Instruction is also given in the adjustment and repair of individual components and systems. These courses are based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses. Prerequisite Introduction to Automotive.

ASE BRAKES (11-12) - 47.0634, 0.5 Minimum Credit
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This course is part of a sequence that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in safety, the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of braking systems.  This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses. Prerequisite Introduction to Automotive.

ASE STEERING AND SUSPENSION (11-12) - 47.0644, 0.5 Minimum Credit
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This course is part of a sequence that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in safety, the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of steering and suspension systems.  This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses. Prerequisite Introduction to Automotive.

ASE ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONICS (11-12) - 47.0654, 0.5 Minimum Credit
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This course is part of a sequence that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in safety, the diagnosis of malfunctions and repair of electrical systems.  This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses. Prerequisite Introduction to Automotive.

ASE ENGINE PERFORMANCE (11-12) - 47.0664, 0.5 Minimum Credit
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This course is part of a sequence that prepares individuals to engage in the servicing and maintenance of all types of automobiles.  Instruction includes training in safety and the diagnosis of malfunctions for the engines performance.  This course is based on the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) task list.  Work ethics and productivity are an integral part of the classroom and lab activities of these courses. Prerequisite Introduction to Automotive.

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PRECISION PRODUCTION TRADES
MACHINIST TECHNICIAN/CNC (10-12) - 48.0503, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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A program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to plan, manufacture, assemble, and test products, using machine shop and CNC processes.  These courses are based on the state machine shop task list. Prerequisite none.

SHEET METAL (10-12) - 48.0506, 0.5 Credit Minimum
A program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skill to form, shape, bend, and fold extruded metals, including the creation of new products using high technology tools and equipment. Prerequisite none.

WELDING TECHNICIAN, ENTRY LEVEL (9-12) - 48.0508, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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Students will learn basic welding skills that will prepare them to apply technical knowledge and skill in the workplace and in project construction. Students will learn and practice knowledge, attitude, skills, and habits required for performing tasks autonomously, including the selection and use of appropriate techniques and equipment with minimum supervision.

WELDING TECHNICIAN, INTERMEDIATE LEVEL (10-12) - 48.0510, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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Students will learn intermediate welding skills that will prepare them to apply technical knowledge and skill in the workplace and in project construction. Students will learn and practice knowledge, attitude, skills, and habits required for performing tasks autonomously, including the selection and use of appropriate techniques and equipment with minimum supervision.

WELDING TECHNICIAN, ADVANCED LEVEL (11-12) - 48.0512, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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Students will learn more advanced skills in the welding processes that will prepare them to apply technical knowledge and skill in the workplace and in project construction. Students will learn and practice knowledge, attitude, skills, and habits required to perform tasks autonomously and with minimum supervision, including the selection and use of appropriate techniques and equipment.

JEWELRY FABRICATION AND DESIGN (10-12) - 48.0602, 0.5 Credit Minimum
This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to engage in specific aspects of occupational jewelry making.  Instruction includes training metal chasing, taping, design stamping, etching, enameling, soldering techniques, polishing and coloring, jewelry fabrication and repair, and stone preparation and setting.  Work ethics and safety are an integral part of these courses. Prerequisite none.

WOODWORKING (10-12) - 48.0701, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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The first instructional course in a sequence that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to lay out and shape stock; assemble projects; saw and sand projects; and stresses the safe use a variety of hand and power tools and machinery.  Recommended projects would be anything that would allow students to incorporate all joints and tools e.g. a nightstand. Prerequisite none.

FURNITURE DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING (10-12) - 48.0702, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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The second instructional course in a sequence that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to prepare and execute furniture design projects; assemble and finish furniture articles; repair furniture; and stresses the safe use a variety of hand and power tools and machinery. Recommended projects would be anything that would allow students to incorporate all joints and tools e.g. a chest of drawers. Prerequisite Woodworking.

CABINETMAKING (11-12) - 48.0703, 1.0 Credit
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This is the third instructional course in a sequence that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to set up and operate industrial woodworking machinery and to use such machinery to design and fabricate custom cabinets and architectural millwork.  It stresses the safe use of trade hand and power tools and machinery used in the production of millwork items.  Cabinets, such as kitchen and vanities are constructed, finished, and installed as part of this program. Prerequisite Woodworking and Furniture Design and Manufacturing.

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TRANSPORTATION AND MATERIAL MOVING
COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT PILOT (10-12) - 49.0102, 0.5 Credit Minimum
This is a program with a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to the operation, flying, and navigation of commercial aircraft. This program operates on the basis of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations. Prerequisite none.

MATERIAL HANDLING (10-12) - 49.9999, 0.5 Credit Minimum
This is a program with a sequence of vocational courses that prepares individuals to receive, store, ship, and transport materials and products.  Skill training includes operation of computerized storage systems, material handling equipment, packaging, and inventory control. Prerequisite none.

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VISUAL ARTS
DESIGN AND VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS (10-12) - 50.0401, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This is a program in the applied visual arts that focuses on the general principles and techniques for effectively communicating ideas and information, and packaging products, in digital and other formats to business and consumer audiences, and that may prepare individuals in any of the applied art media. Prerequisite none.

COMMERCIAL AND ADVERTISING ART (10-12) - 50.0402, 0.5 Credit Minimum
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This is a course in the applied visual arts that prepares individuals to use artistic techniques to effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences via illustrations and other forms of digital or printed media. Instruction includes training in concept design, layout, paste‐up, and techniques such as engraving, etching, silkscreen, lithography, offset, drawing and cartooning, painting, collage, and computer graphics. These courses are based on the state task list.

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN (11-12) - 50.0404, 0.5 Credit Minimum
This is a course in the applied visual arts that prepares individuals to use artistic techniques to effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences via the creation of effective forms, shapes, and packaging for manufactured products. Instruction includes training in designing in a wide variety of appropriate materials, mach ups, design development and refinement, principles of cost saving, and product structure and performance criteria relevant to aesthetic design parameters. Prerequisite Design and Visual Communications and Commercial and Advertising Art.

BASIC FILM PHOTOGRAPHY (10-12) - 50.0406, 0.5 Credit Minimum
Standards and Objectives - PDF
This course is part of a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to use artistic techniques combined with a commercial perspective to effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences via the use of black and white photography.  Instruction includes training in specialized camera and equipment operation, film processing, dark room procedures, maintenance, applications to commercial and industrial needs, and photography business operations. Prerequisite none.

BASIC DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY (10-12) - 50.0407, 0.5 Credit Minimum
Standards and Objectives - PDF
This course is part of a sequence of courses that prepares individuals to use artistic techniques combined with a commercial perspective to effectively communicate ideas and information to business and consumer audiences via the use of digital photography.  Instruction includes training in specialized camera and equipment operation, software usage, maintenance, applications to commercial and industrial needs, and photography business operations. Prerequisite none.

ADVANCED COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY (11-12) - 50.0408, 0.5 Credit Minimum
Standards and Objectives - PDF
This course is designed for students who want to further enhance their photographic knowledge and abilities.  It is an application of the skills learned in Basic Digital Photography with an emphasis on professional jobs and assignments used in commercial photography.  A portfolio of each student’s work is expected at the end of the course.

 

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