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Culinary Arts Internship (Semester) - Tustin HS

Free

with S. Smith

Calendar Jan 8, 2024 at 4 pm

UC / Articulated / 5 credits 

Prepare for a career as a chef in a fine restaurant or hotel. Learn safety and sanitation, knife skills, cooking techniques, and food service procedures.

To meet UC/CSU admission requirement (“G” credit), students must complete the semester earn a grade of 70% or better. 

Certification: Students will have the opportunity to test for and receive a ServSafe Food Handler Certificate.

Prerequisites: Students must be at least 16 years of age. Students must be responsible for their own transportation to and from the internship site. Students must take and pass ServSafe Food Handler test prior to placement at an internship site; test administered during course hours. Students must earn a grade of 70% or better in the classroom portion of the course to be placed at an internship.

Required Materials: Blue pants and black leather shoes with rubber soles required.

Class meets on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

 

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Medical Careers and Health Systems (Semester) - Estancia HS
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Medical Careers and Health Systems (Semester) - Estancia HS

Free

with G. Lyle

Calendar Jan 8, 2024 at 4 pm

UC / 5 Credits per semester (Semester)

Learn the basic principles of medical science, terminology, and vocabulary needed to work in the healthcare field. This course focuses on the ethical and legal responsibilities of the health care worker, safety, medical terminology, human anatomy and physiology, body systems and mechanics, standard precautions, and health & fitness. Explore career opportunities in therapeutic, diagnostic, and supportive areas. Gain practical hands-on experience in vital signs, emergency medical care, first aid, and CPR. This course is a great foundation for all other courses offered in the Health Science and Medical Technology industry sector.

To meet UC/CSU admission requirement (“G” credit), students must complete a full year (two semesters) of the course and earn a grade of 70% or better.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Health occupations classes include the study of reproductive and other systems and require practicing procedures on other students and/or patients, both male, and female, of differing ages. Participation in these activities is required for a certificate of completion and continuation in the career pathway. Additionally, these classes may require heavy lifting and bending. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

Class meets on Mondays, from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM

CNA (Pre-Certification) Internship (Semester) - Laguna Hills HS

Free

with R. Short-Baker

Calendar Jan 9, 2024 at 4 pm

ONLY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS CAN ENROLL IN THIS CLASS!

Students participating in this class must be fully vaccinated for COVID-19, including a booster shot, as required by the internship site.

UC / 10 credits

Learn the necessary skills to become a certified nurse assistant. Assist patients with basic personal needs such as bathing, dressing, feeding, and ambulation. Practice techniques of infection control, measure and record vital signs, and recognize psychosocial needs. After initial classroom instruction, intern at a skilled nursing facility.

To meet the UC/CSU admission requirements (“G” credit), students must complete the semester and earn a grade of 70% or better.

IMPORTANT NOTICE 1: During the clinical portion of this class, the instructor and students will be tested weekly for COVID-19. This is required by the skilled nursing facility for the protection of their patients and is at no cost to the student. Students who decline COVID-19 testing may not enroll in this class.

IMPORTANT NOTICE 2: Health occupations classes include the study of reproductive and other systems and require practicing procedures on other students and/or patients, both male and female, of differing ages. Participation in these activities is required for a certificate of completion and continuation in the career pathway. Additionally, these classes may require heavy lifting and bending. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

Certification: Students will be eligible to take the written and performance examination to become a State Certified Nurse Assistant upon successful completion of the course with a 75% or better. Students will earn the American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers card.

Prerequisites: Students must be at least 16 years of age and preference is given to seniors. Students must be responsible for their own transportation to and from the internship site. Students must bring their original Social Security card, a valid government-issued ID, COVID-19 vaccination card, and COVID-19 Permission form (provided by Coastline ROP) to the first class session or they will be dropped. Live Scan fingerprinting, physical exam, TB clearance, and vaccinations are required for all students prior to internship. Students must earn a grade of 75% or better in the classroom portion of the course to be placed at an internship site.

Required Hours: 2 Saturdays Required - dates and times to be determined. It is recommended that individuals with convictions other than a minor traffic violation obtain a criminal clearance from the Department of Health Services before registering for this class.

Class meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, from 4:00 PM to 8:00 PM, and 2 Saturdays - times and dates TBD.

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Emergency Medical Responder (Semester) - Estancia HS
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Emergency Medical Responder (Semester) - Estancia HS

Free

with J. McDuffie

Calendar Jan 9, 2024 at 4 pm

UC / 5 credits

Open to grades 11 & 12

Prepare to be an emergency medical services (EMS), provider. Learn about careers in fire service, sports medicine, coaching, ski patrol, lifeguarding, and emergency medical services.  Students will learn CPR principles, first aid skills, patient assessment, triage, and emergency responsibilities. Successful completion of this course with a grade of 80% or better required for enrollment into the EMT course for all high school students.

To meet UC/CSU admission requirement (“G” credit), students must complete the semester and earn a grade of 70% or better.

IMPORTANT NOTICE 1: Health occupations classes include the study of reproductive and other systems and require practicing procedures on other students and/or patients, both male and female, of differing ages.  Participation in these activities is required for a certificate of completion and continuation in the career pathway. Additionally, these classes may require heavy lifting and bending. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

IMPORTANT NOTICE 2: Public Services classes are designed to give students both the theory and hands-on experience in the skills and knowledge required in these fields. Classroom instruction may include real depictions of graphic or violent content. Some topics in the Administration of Justice and Crime Scene Investigation classes may be sensitive to high school students. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

Certification: Students will have an opportunity to earn an American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers card.

Class meets on Tuesdays, from 4:00PM to 9:00PM.

Emergency Medical Responder (Semester) - Trabuco Hills HS

Free

with S. Hibbard

Calendar Jan 10, 2024 at 4 pm

UC / 5 credits

Open to grades 11 & 12

Prepare to be an emergency medical services (EMS), provider. Learn about careers in fire service, sports medicine, coaching, ski patrol, lifeguarding, and emergency medical services.  Students will learn CPR principles, first aid skills, patient assessment, triage, and emergency responsibilities. Successful completion of this course with a grade of 80% or better required for enrollment into the EMT course for all high school students.

To meet UC/CSU admission requirement (“G” credit), students must complete the semester and earn a grade of 70% or better.

IMPORTANT NOTICE 1: Health occupations classes include the study of reproductive and other systems and require practicing procedures on other students and/or patients, both male, and female, of differing ages.  Participation in these activities is required for a certificate of completion and continuation in the career pathway. Additionally, these classes may require heavy lifting and bending. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

IMPORTANT NOTICE 2: Public Services classes are designed to give students both the theory and hands-on experience in the skills and knowledge required in these fields. Classroom instruction may include real depictions of graphic or violent content. Some topics in the Administration of Justice and Crime Scene Investigation classes may be sensitive to high school students. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

Certification: Students will have an opportunity to earn an American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers card.

Required Hours: Due to the fluctuations in work schedules for California Firefighters, this class will meet on W or Th afternoons.  Scheduled class dates will be provided at the first class meeting, but are subject to change based on the teacher's work schedule.

Class meets on Wednesdays or Thursdays, from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM.   

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Emergency Medical Responder (Semester) - El Toro HS
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Emergency Medical Responder (Semester) - El Toro HS

Free

with J. Templeman

Calendar Jan 10, 2024 at 4 pm

UC / 5 credits

Open to grades 11 & 12

Prepare to be an emergency medical services (EMS), provider. Learn about careers in fire service, sports medicine, coaching, ski patrol, lifeguarding, and emergency medical services.  Students will learn CPR principles, first aid skills, patient assessment, triage, and emergency responsibilities. Successful completion of this course with a grade of 80% or better required for enrollment into the EMT course for all high school students.

To meet UC/CSU admission requirement (“G” credit), students must complete the semester and earn a grade of 70% or better.

IMPORTANT NOTICE 1: Health occupations classes include the study of reproductive and other systems and require practicing procedures on other students and/or patients, both male and female, of differing ages.  Participation in these activities is required for a certificate of completion and continuation in the career pathway. Additionally, these classes may require heavy lifting and bending. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

IMPORTANT NOTICE 2: Public Services classes are designed to give students both the theory and hands-on experience in the skills and knowledge required in these fields. Classroom instruction may include real depictions of graphic or violent content. Some topics in the Administration of Justice and Crime Scene Investigation classes may be sensitive to high school students. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

Certification: Students will have an opportunity to earn an American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers card.

Class meets on Wednesdays, from 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Administration of Justice (Semester) - Laguna Hills HS
Online Registration Unavailable

Administration of Justice (Semester) - Laguna Hills HS

Free

with N. Solis

Calendar Jan 16, 2024 at 4 pm

UC / Articulated / 5 credits

Learn the history, philosophy, ethics, and structure of the American criminal justice system, and understand the education, training, and skills necessary to pursue careers such as police officer, federal agent, correction officer, and criminal lawyer. Participate in field trips and hands-on simulations such as fingerprinting and mock trials. Note: Some field trips may take place outside of regular school hours. Participation in field trips is optional.

To meet the UC/CSU admission requirements (“G” credit), students must complete the semester and earn a grade of 70% or better.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Public Services classes are designed to give students both the theory and hands-on experience in the skills and knowledge required in these fields. Classroom instruction may include real depictions of graphic or violent content. Some topics in the Administration of Justice and Crime Scene Investigation classes may be sensitive to high school students. Lastly, some programs require the submission of personal information, such as DOB and social security numbers, with state agencies and/or clinical internship partners due to licensing and security clearance requirements.

Class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM 

Automotive Technology Introduction (Semester) - Laguna Hills HS

Free

with P. Galante

Calendar Jan 16, 2024 at 4 pm

UC / 5 credits

Discover automotive fundamentals through hands-on applications performed on small engines. Compare and contrast engine parts from small engines to parts on automobile engines.  Learn shop safety, tool identification, basic engine operation, various automotive systems, and personal soft skills related to employment.

To meet the UC/CSU admission requirements (“G” credit), students must complete the semester and earn a grade of 70% or better.

Class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 4PM to 7PM

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