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Program of Studies 2004 - 2005. Career Technical Education. Administrative Office Technology. Career Technical Education. Office Specialist I . 1678 Mentor. The first level of Office Specialist program prepares students for jobs in today\'s computerized offices.

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program of studies 2004 2005

Program of Studies2004 - 2005

Career Technical Education

administrative office technology

Administrative Office Technology

Career Technical Education

office specialist i
Office Specialist I

1678 Mentor

  • The first level of Office Specialist program prepares students for jobs in today\'s computerized offices.
  • Emphasis will be on WORD 2000, Windows 98, an introduction to basic and automated accounting, and various office procedures.
  • Keyboarding skills will be reviewed using Windows-based computer.
  • Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills.
office specialist ii
Office Specialist II

1680 Mentor

  • The second level of Office Specialist reviews the students\' skills in word processing and expands their computer knowledge with spreadsheet, database, and presentation software.
  • Emphasis will be on Microsoft Office 2000. Other topics include the Internet, machine transcription, phone techniques, resume, and job interviewing.
  • Students who qualify will leave school early during the second semester fro a qualified job.
  • Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills.
automotive collision technology

Automotive Collision Technology

Career Technical Education

auto body lab related i
Auto Body Lab/Related I

1560 Willoughby-Tech 1/2 day;

other courses at home school

  • Emphasizes repair techniques, including dent removal with hand and hydraulic tools, welding, brazing, shrinking, torch soldering, body fillers, paint preparation and spraying.
  • Student will then apply what they have learned to work on automobiles.
  • Transportation is provided by the school district.
auto body lab related ii
Auto Body Lab/Related II

1565 Willoughby-Tech 1/2 day;

other courses at home school

  • Level 2 will focus on glass and automotive trim repairs, fiberglass construction, panel and sheet metal replacement, damage repair, frame, wheel, and body alignment, automotive electricity and vehicle painting.
  • Successful students will be eligible for an apprenticeship program.
  • Transportation is provided by the school district.
auto service technology

Auto Service Technology

Career Technical Education

auto service technology i
Auto Service Technology I

1570 (Lab 1) and 1571 (Rel. 1)

Mentor

  • Students in this program will be trained in engine repair and performance, manual transmissions, drive trains, and axles, brakes, electrical systems, steering and suspension.
  • This two year program offers one period of related theory in the classroom and three hours of lab practice on automobiles.
  • In the second year, students will begin early release to get to a job site in the automotive field.
  • Prerequisites: Students are required to purchase a basic tool kit ranging from $1000 to $1500.
auto service technology ii
Auto Service Technology II

1575(Lab 2) and 1580 (Rel. 2)

Mentor

  • Students in this program will be trained in engine repair and performance, manual transmissions, drive trains, and axles, brakes, electrical systems, steering and suspension.
  • This two year program offers one period of related theory in the classroom and three hours of lab practice on automobiles.
  • In the second year, students will begin early release to get to a job site in the automotive field.
  • Prerequisites: Students are required to purchase a basic tool kit ranging from $1000 to $1500.
cad engineering technology

CAD/ Engineering Technology

Career Technical Education

cad engineering technology i
CAD/Engineering Technology I

1648

Lakeland

  • This program prepares students for a career in operations in manufacturing industries.
  • Emphasis is placed on problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  • A CAD Engineering technician is available to assist with the implementation of the manufacturing process from design to finished product. Technicians support the work of the engineer, utilizing theoretical knowledge of fundamental scientific, engineering, mathematical, or drafting design and principles.
  • Students will take their required academic courses at their high schools. Transportation to and from Lakeland will be provided by the school district.
cad engineering technology ii
CAD/Engineering Technology II

1653

Lakeland

  • This program prepares students for a career in operations in manufacturing industries.
  • Emphasis is placed on problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  • A CAD Engineering technician is available to assist with the implementation of the manufacturing process from design to finished product. Technicians support the work of the engineer, utilizing theoretical knowledge of fundamental scientific, engineering, mathematical, or drafting design and principles.
  • Students will take their required academic courses at their high schools. Transportation to and from Lakeland will be provided by the school district.
career based intervention

Career Based Intervention

Career Technical Education

career based intervention15
Career Based Intervention

(10th, 11th, and 12th grade programs)

Mentor

  • The Career Based Intervention (CBI) program is a Career Technical Education program designed for students who have not benefited from the normal curriculum.
  • The program\'s goals are designed to help students improve academic competence, graduate from high school, develop employability skills, implement a career plan and participate in a career pathway in preparation fro post-secondary education and/or careers.
  • The CBI program provides a combination of educational and work-based learning opportunities for student success. Students must be referred to the program by their guidance counselor.
cnet lab related i
CNET Lab/Related I

1610

Lakeland

  • This curriculum prepares students for a high technology career in electronics industries, blending academic and technical subjects that emphasize problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Students will learn to build, evaluate, troubleshoot, and maintain electronic products and systems by utilizing specialized skills and equipment to insure product quality.
  • Technicians support the work of engineers, utilizing theoretical knowledge of fundamental, scientific, engineering, mathematical, or draft design principles.
  • Successful completion of this program may lead to Internship programs, a two year Associate Degree, employment as an Information Systems Technician, and/or a bachelor\'s degree.
  • Transportation to and from Lakeland will be provided by the home school district.
cnet lab related ii
CNET Lab/Related II

1615

Lakeland

  • This curriculum prepares students for a high technology career in electronics industries, blending academic and technical subjects that emphasize problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
  • Students will learn to build, evaluate, troubleshoot, and maintain electronic products and systems by utilizing specialized skills and equipment to insure product quality.
  • Technicians support the work of engineers, utilizing theoretical knowledge of fundamental, scientific, engineering, mathematical, or draft design principles.
  • Successful completion of this program may lead to Internship programs, a two year Associate Degree, employment as an Information Systems Technician, and/or a bachelor\'s degree.
  • Transportation to and from Lakeland will be provided by the home school district.
cbe cooperative business education

CBECooperative Business Education

Career Technical Education

slide20
CBE

1589 CBE (Lab) 1590 CBE (Rel. 1)

Mentor

  • The emphasis in this curriculum is for students to develop a basic understanding of business organizations and procedures. Marketable skills, coping skills, basic math skill, and basic computer skills will be taught.
  • Students will also learn preparation for business employment, personal management, leadership, process correspondence, reduce copy, manage records, and specialized business skills.
  • This program provides laboratory experience in the business environment.
  • Each student will be expected to contact local companies where they will interview and secure employment. All jobs are paid positions.
  • Following this program, students may want to consider further training in either a two or four year college.
commercial art

Commercial Art

Career Technical Education

commercial art i
Commercial Art I

1561 (Lab) 1566 (Rel. 1)

Euclid

  • Skills in commercial art may lead to career opportunities in art departments of advertising agencies, commercial art supplies, art and display departments of major department stores, advertising departments or newspapers, sign and silk-screen companies, package designing and greeting card companies.
  • Students will learn computer manipulation, printing process, Photoshop, air brush, drawing, product design, screen printing, and pottery.
  • Transportation will be provided by the school district.
commercial art ii
Commercial Art II

1628 (Lab 2) 1625 (Rel. 2)

Euclid

  • Skills in commercial art may lead to career opportunities in art departments of advertising agencies, commercial art supplies, art and display departments of major department stores, advertising departments or newspapers, sign and silk-screen companies, photography studios and suppliers, package designing and greeting card companies.
  • Students will learn lettering layout design, air brush, drawing, figure drawing, murals and signs, product design, screen printing, photography, pottery, and calligraphy.
  • Transportation will be provided by the school district.
computer information systems

Computer Information Systems

Career Technical Education

computer information systems i
Computer Information Systems I

Mentor

  • This curriculum prepares students for high technology careers.
  • Blending academic and technical subjects that emphasize problem-solving and critical thinking skills, students will be instructed in computer programming, computer software applications, accounting applications, hardware organization and systems.
  • Successful completion of this program may lead to Internship programs, a two year Associate Degree, employment as an Information Systems Technician, and/or a bachelors degree.
computer information systems ii
Computer Information Systems II

1582, 1586

Lakeland

  • This curriculum prepares students for high technology careers.
  • Blending academic and technical subjects that emphasize problem-solving and critical thinking skills, students will be instructed in computer programming, computer software applications, accounting applications, hardware organization and systems.
  • Successful completion of this program may lead to Internship programs, a two year Associate Degree, employment as an Information Systems Technician, and/or a bachelors degree.
cosmetology

Cosmetology

Career Technical Education

cosmetology i
Cosmetology I

Brush

  • This two year program involves related and practical experiences designed to assist the student in developing specific skills and scientific knowledge to be a licensed cosmetologist.
  • Students take credit courses, English 11 and 12, math 11 and science 12 (anatomy and chemistry) within the cosmetology curriculum.
  • Students who successfully complete the program can qualify to take the State Board Examination.
  • Students will be required to purchase a beauty kit during both years along with two uniforms.
cosmetology ii
Cosmetology II

1595

Brush

  • This two year program involves related and practical experiences designed to assist the student in developing specific skills and scientific knowledge to be a licensed cosmetologist.
  • Students take credit courses, English 11 and 12, math 11 and science 12 (anatomy and chemistry) within the cosmetology curriculum.
  • Students who successfully complete the program can qualify to take the State Board Examination.
  • Students will be required to purchase a beauty kit during both years along with two uniforms.
criminal justice

Criminal Justice

Career Technical Education

criminal justice i
Criminal Justice I

1641 (Lab 1) 1642 (Rel. 1)

Euclid

  • This program is for students interested in the Criminal Justice field from private security to public police.
  • Level 1 allows students to explore the private sector of police work such as private security, store detectives, and other law enforcement duties.
  • Students go through a training program which matches the private security academy training.
  • Instruction in self-defense, PR-24, nightsticks, and fire safety.
criminal justice ii
Criminal Justice II

1643 (Lab 2) 1644 (Rel. 2)

Euclid

  • This program is for students interested in the Criminal Justice field from private security to public police.
  • Level 2 deals with the investigative process of Law Enforcement of the Criminal Investigation field.
  • Instruction in self-defense, PR-24, nightsticks, and fire safety.
dct diversified cooperative training

DCTDiversified Cooperative Training

Career Technical Education

slide34
DCT

1598 (Lab) 1599 (Rel.)

Mentor

  • DCT offers 12th grade students only training in one of the following areas: plumbing, metal working, furniture repair, printing, sheet metal, laboratory technician, carpentry, upholstery, dental assistant, and radio repair, baking, bricklaying, nurse aide, meat cutting, or machine shop.
  • One-half day the studentss are in school dividing their time between academic subjects and materials related to their on-the-job training.
  • All occupations in which students are to be trained require at least two thousand hours of activity including the study of related information.
  • Students must furnish their own transportation.
early childhood ed

Early Childhood Ed.

Career Technical Education

early childhood ed i
Early Childhood Ed. I

1603 (Lab 1) and 1604 (Rel. 1)

Mentor

  • This two year program allows students to experience through lab and job placement how children develop physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually.
  • Career opportunities include kindergarten aide, preschool, Latch Key, daycare or programs that serve the needs of special needs preschoolers.
  • Students may continue their education at the college level to pursue careers in infant and toddler care, preschool, elementary, or special education needs, occupational, and speech therapy, social worker, and other related fields.
  • Level 1 students participate in a supervised preschool program where they plan a variety of experiences for the children in the areas of play, music, art, science, math, and literature games. The guidance and development of the child is emphasized.
early childhood ed ii
Early Childhood Ed. II

1605 (Lab 2) and 1606 (Rel. 2)

Mentor

  • This two year program allows students to experience through lab and job placement how children develop physically, socially, emotionally, and intellectually.
  • Career opportunities include kindergarten aide, preschool, Latch Key, daycare or programs that serve the needs of special needs preschoolers.
  • Students may continue their education at the college level to pursue careers in infant and toddler care, preschool, elementary, or special education needs, occupational, and speech therapy, social worker, and other related fields.
  • Level 2 students are placed in a job within the community working as assistants for programs of typical and special needs of children. Students plan a variety of activities for the children under the supervision of the coordinator and supervising teacher.
  • The guidance and development of the special needs child is emphasized.
graphic arts

Graphic Arts

Career Technical Education

graphic arts i
Graphic Arts I

Mentor

  • Career opportunities in Graphic Arts include photo typesetter compositor, line-camera person, lithographic plate maker, cutter operator, paste-up artist, halftone-camera person, offset duplicator operator, folder operator, estimator, lithographic stripper, offset press person, bindery worker, letterpress, compositor, and computer design.
  • This two year program offers training in the basic fundamentals of Graphic Arts.
  • Students will work with photo typesetting, desktop publishing, process camera, stripping, plate making, A.B. Dick, Hamada, Baum folder, collators, and others.
  • Graphic Arts also trains students in the fundamentals of photo offset lithography, letter press, and computer layout and design.
graphic arts ii
Graphic Arts II

1627

Mentor

  • Career opportunities in Graphic Arts include photo typesetter compositor, line-camera person, lithographic plate maker, cutter operator, paste-up artist, halftone-camera person, offset duplicator operator, folder operator, estimator, lithographic stripper, offset press person, bindery worker, letterpress, compositor, and computer design.
  • This two year program offers training in the basic fundamentals of Graphic Arts.
  • Students will work with photo typesetting, desktop publishing, process camera, stripping, plate making, A.B. Dick, Hamada, Baum folder, collators, and others.
  • Graphic Arts also trains students in the fundamentals of photo offset lithography, letter press, and computer layout and design.
horticulture

Horticulture

Career Technical Education

horticulture i
Horticulture I

1630 Intro. To Horticulture (Soph.)

Mentor

  • Career opportunities in ornamental horticulture include floral design, nursery grower, turf maintenance, greens keeper, park attendant, plant salesperson, greenhouse grower, retail or wholesale nursery person, landscape planting foreman, irrigation equipment salesperson, and custom spray operator.
  • Further training should be sought in either a two or four year college in order to advance beyond entry levels positions.
  • Sophomores have an opportunity to survey the field of horticulture.
horticulture ii
Horticulture II

1631 (Lab 2) 1632 (Rel. 2)

Mentor

  • Career opportunities in ornamental horticulture include floral design, nursery grower, turf maintenance, greens keeper, park attendant, plant salesperson, greenhouse grower, retail or wholesale nursery person, landscape planting foreman, irrigation equipment salesperson, and custom spray operator.
  • Further training should be sought in either a two or four year college in order to advance beyond entry levels positions.
horticulture iii
Horticulture III

1636 (Lab 3) 1637 (Rel. 3)

Mentor

  • Career opportunities in ornamental horticulture include floral design, nursery grower, turf maintenance, greens keeper, park attendant, plant salesperson, greenhouse grower, retail or wholesale nursery person, landscape planting foreman, irrigation equipment salesperson, and custom spray operator.
  • Further training should be sought in either a two or four year college in order to advance beyond entry levels positions.
interactive media

Interactive Media

Career Technical Education

interactive media i
Interactive Media I

1619

Mentor

  • The Interactive Media curriculum emphasizes problem solving and critical thinking skills to teach students to apply various techniques to produce media for advertising, corporate communications departments, educational institutions, and the information and entertainment industries.
  • The program prepares students for further education at a two or four year college.
  • Topics covered at Mentor High school are: television production, computer graphics, interactive media production, graphic design for production, recording, digital imaging, digital audio technology, photography, studio equipment maintenance, web page design, content research, application/instructional design, and writing for interactive media.
interactive media ii
Interactive Media II

1601

Mentor

  • The Interactive Media curriculum emphasizes problem solving and critical thinking skills to teach students to apply various techniques to produce media for advertising, corporate communications departments, educational institutions, and the information and entertainment industries.
  • The program prepares students for further education at a two or four year college.
  • Topics covered at Mentor High school are: television production, computer graphics, interactive media production, graphic design for production, recording, digital imaging, digital audio technology, photography, studio equipment maintenance, web page design, content research, application/instructional design, and writing for interactive media.
interactive media i48
Interactive Media I

1580

Willoughby-Tech

  • The Interactive Media curriculum emphasizes problem solving and critical thinking skills to teach students to apply various techniques to produce media for advertising, corporate communications departments, educational institutions, and the information and entertainment industries.
  • The program prepares students for further education at a two or four year college.
  • Topics covered at Willoughby-Tech are: print production methods, computer graphics/digital imaging, interactive media production, graphic design fundamentals, drawing, photography, signage display, art appreciation and history, airbrush technique, web page design, writing for interactive media, teamwork & problem analysis, applying related academics.
interactive media ii49
Interactive Media II

1614

Willoughby-Tech

  • The Interactive Media curriculum emphasizes problem solving and critical thinking skills to teach students to apply various techniques to produce media for advertising, corporate communications departments, educational institutions, and the information and entertainment industries.
  • The program prepares students for further education at a two or four year college.
  • Topics covered at Willoughby-Tech are: print production methods, computer graphics/digital imaging, interactive media production, graphic design fundamentals, drawing, photography, signage display, art appreciation and history, airbrush technique, web page design, writing for interactive media, teamwork & problem analysis, applying related academics.
marketing

Marketing

Career Technical Education

marketing i
Marketing I

1645 (Lab 1) 1646 (Rel. 1)

Mentor

  • Students in Marketing Education develop skills in marketing management, sales and distribution.
  • Career opportunities include retailing, wholesaling, service industries, manufacturing, management, real estate, distribution, financing, advertising, and travel and entertainment.
  • Students complete their graduation and college admission requirements in the morning and spend the afternoons gaining practical, supervised, paid part time work experience.
nursing

Nursing

Career Technical Education

nursing lab ii
Nursing Lab II

1684

Willoughby-Tech

  • The Practical Nursing program prepares students for the NCLEX-PN (state board examination), which licenses them to practice practical nursing.
  • This senior only program introduces the students to anatomy, physiology, microbiology, nursing fundamentals, nursing skills, nutrition, medical terminology, and medical math.
  • Clinical experiences in local hospitals and skilled nursing facilities help prepare graduates for entry level practical nursing positions in any healthcare setting.
precision machining

Precision Machining

Career Technical Education

precision machining i
Precision Machining I

1674

Willoughby-Tech

  • The Precision Machining course enables the student to develop skills in grinding, filing, precision measuring, and layout work.
  • Career opportunities can be found in machine and equipment operator, inspector and tester, setup and layout, tool and manufacturing sales, industrial and mechanical engineer, assembler, tool and die maker, technician, and machinist.
  • Students will gain experience on equipment such as milling machines, engine lathes, drill presses, shapers, grinders and power saws.
  • Some job experience activities are included in the senior year.
precision machining ii
Precision Machining II

1675

Willoughby-Tech

  • The Precision Machining course enables the student to develop skills in grinding, filing, precision measuring, and layout work.
  • Career opportunities can be found in machine and equipment operator, inspector and tester, setup and layout, tool and manufacturing sales, industrial and mechanical engineer, assembler, tool and die maker, technician, and machinist.
  • Students will gain experience on equipment such as milling machines, engine lathes, drill presses, shapers, grinders and power saws.
  • Some job experience activities are included in the senior year.
welding

Welding

Career Technical Education

welding i
Welding I

1676

Willoughby-Tech

  • Career opportunities in Welding include welding operator, welder, welder-fitter, specialist welder, welder supervisor, welding analyst, welding technician, inspector, welding foreperson, job shop, welding engineer, welding research engineer, sales engineer, and technical writer.
  • The welding program provides training in a variety of areas such as arc, acetylene, heliarc, and mig welding, straight edge cutting, pattern cutting, manual curing, brazing, and general shop practices.
  • The welding lab is equipped to teach all forms of welding presently utilized in construction and industry.
  • Some job experience activities are included in the second year.
welding ii
Welding II

1689

Willoughby-Tech

  • Career opportunities in Welding include welding operator, welder, welder-fitter, specialist welder, welder supervisor, welding analyst, welding technician, inspector, welding foreperson, job shop, welding engineer, welding research engineer, sales engineer, and technical writer.
  • The welding program provides training in a variety of areas such as arc, acetylene, heliarc, and mig welding, straight edge cutting, pattern cutting, manual curing, brazing, and general shop practices.
  • The welding lab is equipped to teach all forms of welding presently utilized in construction and industry.
  • Some job experience activities are included in the second year.
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