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Coastline Regional Occupational Program



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Culinary Arts - Laguna Hills HS

Free

with D. Fouts

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 at 4 pm

UC / Articulated / 5 credits   (year-long class)

Develop the skills necessary for an entry-level position in the restaurant/food service industry. Learn safety and sanitation, nutrition basics, and food service operations. Study planning, preparation, cooking and presentation techniques.

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

Certification: Students have the opportunity to earn the California Food Handlers Card.

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

Culinary Arts Internship - Tustin HS

Free

with R. Van Der Merwe

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 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 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 Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM

 

Emergency Medical Responder - Estancia HS

Free

with C. Wilcox

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 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 the UC/CSU admission requirements (“G” credit), students must 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 4:00 PM to 9:00 PM, and 1 Saturday - date and time TBD.

Will run

Emergency Medical Technician - Trabuco Hills HS

Free

with M. Brenner

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 at 4 pm

UC / Articulated / 5 credits per semester (year-long class)

Learn about a career as an ambulance attendant or emergency room technician. EMT certification increases opportunities to obtain a position as a lifeguard, firefighter, search and rescue team member, or ski patrol team.

To meet UC/CSU admission requirement (“G” credit), students must complete a full year (two semesters) of the class 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: FEMA Incident Command System 100, 200, 700, and 800 Eligible to take the National Registry EMT-Basic certification exam upon successful completion of the course. Successful completion includes all of the following: 1) 80% or better overall grade, 2) 80% or better on the final exam, 3) 80% or better on the skills final, 4) completion of 24 clinical hours, 5) on-time completion of the FEMA Incident Command System 100, 200, 700 and 800 online modules.

Prerequisites: Must be a high school senior. High school students must have completed Coastline ROP’s Emergency Medical Responder course with a grade of 80% or better. Students must bring a copy of current American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers card and valid photo ID to registration.

Required Materials: Blue pants and white shirt.

Required Hours: Students must complete 24 clinical hours, dates and times to be determined.

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

Sports Medicine Internship - Creekside HS

Free

with TBD

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 at 4 pm

UC / 5 Credits per semester 

Prepare for a career in the Sports Medicine Industry.  This internship course will provide students with direct practical experience and training in the rehabilitation field.  Students will expand and refine their skills and knowledge in the prevention, care, and rehabilitation of injuries as well as fitness and athletic preparation in a clinical setting.

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

Prerequisites: Completion of one year of a sports medicine course is strongly reccommended. Students must be at least 16 years of age.  Students must be responsible for their own transportation to and from the internship site.

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

Administration of Justice - Laguna Hills HS

Free

with N. Solis

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 at 4:30 pm

UC / 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 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 4:30 PM to 7:30 PM 

Will run

Medical Careers & Health Systems - Creekside HS

Free

with TBD

Calendar Aug 23, 2022 at 6 pm

UC / 5 Credits per semester (year-long class)

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 class 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 Tuesdays and Thursdays, from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM.

Full Course

Baking & Pastry Fundamentals - Creekside HS

Free

with R. Van Der Merwe

Calendar Aug 24, 2022 at 4 pm

UC / Articulated / 5 credits

Learn the skills needed to work in the baking & pastry industry. Acquire knowledge in proper equipment handling, product identification,  terminology, baking, and pastry preparation and production techniques. Master the basics of making breads, cakes, wedding cake decoration, and plate presentation. 

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

Certification: Students have the opportunity to earn the California Food Handlers Card.

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

Full Course




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