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                 Certifcate


                      Automotive Technology
                         (21 PCC credits)

                       Aviation Technology
                         (26 PCC credits)

Building and Construction/Electrical Power Distribution Technologies
                         (19-21 PCC credits)

                Hotel and Restaurant Management
                         (22 PCC credits)

                      Pharmacy Technology*
                        (16-17 PCC credits)
    Thank you for your interest in Pima County JTED!                                                                                 Table of ConTenTs
    This program guide highlights the five certificate programs available to eligible 2010-11 high school juniors. Each JTED PCC
    Certificate program leads to a Certificate for Direct Employment and/or progress towards an Associates of Applied Science
    Degree in that given field/major from Pima Community College.

    Selected candidates will be attending classes at the Pima Community College campus determined by their program choice,
    beginning in January, 2011 (spring semester). Programs continue during the summer between junior and senior year and
    the entire senior year of high school. Students will continue each semester provided that they attain a grade of ‘C’ or better                                     Pages 3-5
    in each course of their program. Students will earn both high school and Pima Community College credits.                                                           Building and Construction/Electrical Power
                                                                                                                                                                       Distribution Technologies
    These credits will be posted on students’ high school and college transcripts, including withdrawals (W), and grades of
    ‘D’ or ‘F’. Ws and Fs can impact eligibility for financial aid, so it is imperative that you understand the academic rigor and
    commitment of time and effort necessary for success.
                                                                                                                                                                       Pages 6-8
    Program Eligibility:
                                                                                                                                                                       Hotel and Restaurant Management
    Applicants must be a current high school junior and have completed at least eleven (11) high school credits prior to
    September 1, 2010.

    Prerequisites:
                                                                                                                                                                       Pages 9-11
    1. FIRST, applicants will thoroughly review this program guide. If interested, please complete either the pre-enrollment form                                      Automotive Technology
    on the last page or go to www.pimajted.org to follow directions for online pre-enrollment. Pre-enrollment forms must be
    thorough and accurate; incomplete or inaccurate forms will not be considered.

    AFTER SUBMITTING YOUR PRE-ENROLLMENT AND BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED
    ORIENTATION:
                                                                                                                                                                       Pages 12-14
    2. Applicants must complete a PCC application either online at www.pima.edu or at any PCC campus admissions office to                                              Aviation Technology
    obtain their student identification number (A number). Many students have already completed this step at their home high
    school through Tech Prep or Dual Enrollment credit classes.

    3. Applicants must take all 3 PCC assessments (Reading, Writing, and Math). JTED strongly encourages students’ PCC
    assessment placement scores to be *Math 086, Reading 091, and Writing 100 in order to be successful in these programs.
                                                                                                                                                                       Pages 15-17
    4. AT THE ORIENTATION, applicants must have the following in their possession:                                                                                     Pharmacy Technology*
    Verification of your PCC student A number and one copy of your PCC assessment scores
    Copy of Birth Certificate and copy of immunization records
    Copy of an official HS transcript indicating a minimum of 11 credits completed


    * Aviation Technology requires completion of MAT 086 with a C or better, or placement into MAT 091 on the                                                          Page 18
    PCC math assessment.                                                                                                                                               Pre-Enrollment Form


                                  PRE-ENROllMENT APPlICATION:
             HTTP://SuRVEy.CONSTANTCONTACT.COM/SuRVEy/A07E31E3D14gEg364ES/START
                                                                                                                                        *Pharmacy Technology program is available only for current HS juniors enrolled in JTED Healthcare
                                                                                                                                        Fundamentals courses at JTED @ Camino Seco, JTED @ Empire or JTED @ Master Pieces




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    builDing anD ConsTruCTion/eleCTriCal DisTribuTion TeCHnologies                                                 Building and Construction/Electrical Distribution Technologies
                                                                                                                   Program Schedule
    PCC Basic Certificate
    Pima Community College Downtown Campus
    1255 North Stone Avenue (Speedway/Stone)




                                                                                                                   High School Credits awarded after successful completion of program: 2.25

                                                                                                                   Construction Technologies Core Curriculum
                                                                                                                   This course includes units of instruction in career planning, oral and written communication, understanding financial
                                                                                                                   operations, teamwork, human relations, basic safety, construction math, hand tools, power tools, reading blueprints, basic
    The JTeD/Pima Community College building                   Program Capacity: 15                                rigging and exploring careers in construction
    and Construction/Electrical Power Distribution
    Technologies program provides current high school          Prerequisites:                                      Construction Technologies I and Construction Technologies II
    juniors the opportunity to earn dual Hs/college            • Students must complete a PCC application, have    These courses prepare the individual to apply basic technical knowledge and skills in residential construction and to apply
    credit and graduate high school with the 19-21                received their student ID (A) number, and take   advanced technical knowledge and skills in residential construction.
    credit Basic Building and Construction Technologies           all 3 PCC Assessments (reading, writing, and
    Certificate, which can lead to direct employment              mathematics prior to attending orientation on    Electrical Fundamentals:
    in the construction/electrical distribution industry          Nov. 3, 2010.                                    This foundation course will prepare students to use a wide variety of tools and equipment and maintain a safe work
    or can be used toward the 62-65 credits needed to          • Students must bring copies of their PCC student   environment. The student will develop an understanding of construction math, reading blueprints, install, operate, repair
    obtain the Associates of Applied Science Degree in            identification (A) number and reading, writing   electric apparatus and systems such as residential, commercial and industrial electric power wiring; DC and AC motors
    Building and Construction Technologies.                       and math assessment scores to orientation.       controls, electrical distribution panels, and techniques. The student will develop skills in oral and written communication
                                                                                                                   as they relate to the electrical industry. This course is designed to help students develop an enhanced understanding of
                                                               • Space is limited; placement in the program is
                                                                                                                   teamwork, employability skills and career opportunities in the electrical field.
                                                                  not guaranteed.

                                                               Mandatory program orientation:                      Industrial Electrician:
                                                                                                                   This course prepares the individual to apply and demonstrate advanced technical knowledge and skills. This lab based
                                                               Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 6:00pm,
                                                                                                                   course will provide the students an opportunity to participate in maintaining and repairing local, long distance and rural
                                                               PCC Downtown Campus, Campus Center Building,
                                                                                                                   electric power cables and communication lines, erect and construct pole and tower lines; install underground lines and
                                                               Amethyst Room                                       cables, which will include installation and repair, fiber optic technology, trenching, mobile equipment and crane operation,
                                                                                                                   high voltage installations, maintenance and inspection, safety, remote communications, and applicable codes and
                                                                                                                   standards. The planning, design and completion of project based activities. This course prepares students for advanced
                                                                                                                   technical knowledge and skills using a variety of techniques and equipment.




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    builDing anD ConsTruCTion/eleCTriCal DisTribuTion TeCHnologies                                                                 HoTel anD resTauranT ManageMenT

   PCC Course Descriptions                                                                                                         PCC Hotel and Restaurant Management Certificate
   Pima Community College Credits: 21.0                                                                                            Pima Community College Northwest Campus
                                                                                                                                   7600 North Shannon Road (Shannon/Ina)

   BCT 100 Professionalism in Service for                           BCT 132 Residential and Industrial
   BCT: Procedures in business and customer service.                HVAC: Introduction to materials and procedures
   Includes an introduction to professionalism, self-               for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC).
   evaluation, service routine, dealing with a dissatisfied         Includes trade mathematics, copper and plastic piping
   customer, and problem situations.                                practices, soldering and brazing, ferrous metal piping
                                                                    practices, basic electricity, introduction to cooling and
   BCT 111 Basic Safety for the Building                            heating, and air distribution systems. Prerequisite(s): BCT
   Trades: Introduction to federal safety training                  111, 112, 113, 114, 115.
   standards. Includes employer responsibility-employee
   right to know, personal protective equipment, material           GTM 105 Applied Technical Mathematics
   handling, hand and power tools, electrical hazards,              Applied geometry and trigonometry operations. Includes
   hazards communication standards, fire safety, scaffolds,         review of basic math operations, review of pre-algebra,
   fall protection, cranes, and stairways and ladders.              elements of geometry, plane trigonometry, and practical
                                                                    applications. Prerequisite(s): MAT 086 or required score
   BCT 112 Construction Mathematics,                                on math assessment.
   Communication and Employability:
   Introduction to basic mathematics concepts and                   BCT 145 Carpentry I: Theories and concepts
   employability in the construction industry. Includes whole       for carpentry. Includes orientation to the trade, wood
   numbers, measurements, fractions, decimals, conversion           building materials, fasteners and adhesive, hand and
   process, metric system, construction geometry, reading,          power tools, floor systems, wall, ceiling, and roof framing,
   writing, listening, and speaking skills, employability in        and windows and exterior doors. Prerequisite(s): BCT
   the construction business, critical thinking and computer        111, 112, 113, 114, and 115 or concurrent enrollment.
   skills, relationship skills, and workplace issues.
                                                                    BCT 150 Plumbing Basics: Theories and                          The JTeD/Pima Community College Hotel and                  Program Capacity: 20
   BCT 113 Hand and Power Tools                                     concepts for plumbing and pipe fitting. Includes physics       restaurant Management program provides current
   Selection and safety procedures. Includes trades terms,          for plumbers, plumbing materials, water supplies,
                                                                                                                                   high school juniors the opportunity to earn dual           Prerequisites:
   hand tool, and power tool use to specific jobs in the            drainage, sewage disposal, pipe joint connections,
                                                                    pipe fittings, rough-in, valves and faucets, and fixtures.     HS/college credit and graduate high school with            • Students must complete a PCC application, have
   construction industry.
                                                                    Prerequisite(s): BCT 111.                                      the 22 credit Hotel and Restaurant Management                 received their student ID (A) number, and take
                                                                                                                                   Certificate for Direct Employment in the hospitality          all 3 PCC Assessments (reading, writing, and
   BCT 114 Blueprint Reading: Basic concepts of
   blueprints. Including terms and symbols, components,             BCT 172 Electrical I: Concepts and procedures                  or tourism industry or can be used toward the                 mathematics) prior to attending orientation on
   measuring tools, line types and symbols, abbreviations,          for building and construction electrical training. Includes    61 credits needed to obtain the Associates of                 Nov. 16, 2010.
   grid lines, plan locations, and dimensions, production           safety, conduit bending, electrical theory, test equipment,    Arts Degree for Transfer in Hotel and Restaurant           • Students must bring copies of their PCC student
   techniques, and blueprint reading parts and locations.           National Electric Code, ace ways, boxes, and fittings, print   Management.                                                   identification (A) number and reading, writing
                                                                    reading, and wiring applications. Prerequisite(s): BCT 111,                                                                  and math assessment scores to orientation.
   BCT 115 Basic Rigging: Rigging hardware                          112, 113, 114, and 115 or concurrent enrollment.                                                                          • Space is limited; placement in the program is
   and equipment. Includes safety, rigging equipment,                                                                                                                                            not guaranteed.
   inspection, crane hand signals, estimating an object,            EUT 101 Introduction to Electrical
   common rope knots, types of derricks and cranes, and             Utilities: Overview of the electrical utility field.                                                                      Mandatory program orientation:
   rigging and moving equipment use.                                Includes electricity generation, generating station,
                                                                                                                                                                                              Tuesday, November 16 2010 at 6:00pm,
                                                                    generation, transmission, and distribution, power policies
                                                                    and procedures, radio procedures, electrical utility                                                                      PCC Northwest Campus—Building A, Room 207
                                                                    disciplines, human resources, and system protection.

                                                                    EUT 102 Electrical Distribution Math:
                                                                    Basic math operations related to electrical distribution
                                                                    including review of solving and converting, basic algebra
                                                                    and Ohm’s law.


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   Hotel and Restaurant Management Program Schedule                                                                                HoTel anD resTauranT ManageMenT

                                                                                                                                   PCC Course Descriptions
                                                                                                                                   Pima Community College Credits: 22.0


                                                                                                                                   HRM 100 Introduction to the Hospitality                          HRM 110 Food Service Systems
                                                                                                                                   Industry                                                         Management
                                                                                                                                   Overview of the hospitality, travel, and tourism industry.       Introductory course identifying and describing the
                                                                                                                                   Includes hospitality careers, foodservice, restaurant            various interrelated components of systematic
                                                                                                                                   organization, hotels and hotel organization, meeting             foodservice management. Students will be introduced to
                                                                                                                                   industry, management and leadership, human resources,            cost management theory, system control, and financial
                                                                                                                                   marketing and selling, marketing communications,                 management.
                                                                                                                                   management companies, franchising, and ethics in
                                                                                                                                   hospitality management.                                          HRM 111 Commercial Food
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Introduction to all facets of hot foods in a commercial
                                                                                                                                   HRM 104 Hotel Food and Beverage                                  kitchen including the application of the principles,
                                                                                                                                   Management                                                       procedures, and the techniques involved in small or large
                                                                                                                                   Hotel food and beverage operations and management.               quantity food preparation and production.
                                                                                                                                   Includes volume food management history, Management
                                                                                                                                   structures and functions, personnel management,                  CSA 110 Spreadsheets: Microsoft Excel
                                                                                                                                   facilities, tools, and equipment, purchasing and storage,        Fundamentals of spreadsheet applications using
                                                                                                                                   beverage management and service, controlling costs/              Microsoft Excel. Includes spreadsheet concepts, formulas
                                                                                                                                   quality assurance, food preparation techniques,                  and functions, formatting worksheets and cells, working
                                                                                                                                   sanitation, liability issues, menus and recipes, and food        with charts and graphics, Excel lists, managing multiple
   High School Credits awarded after successful completion of program: 2.5
                                                                                                                                   products.                                                        worksheets and workbooks, collaborating on a workbook
                                                                                                                                                                                                    and Web page, developing an Excel application,
   Fundamentals of Hospitality Management                                                                                          HRM 101 Front Office Procedures                                  data tables and Scenario management, using Solver,
   This course prepares students for occupations in a variety of hospitality services and facilities including: hotels, resorts,   Principles and procedures for front office operations            importing data, and advanced functions and filtering.
   convention centers, National parks, travel agencies and cruise lines.                                                           in hotels and resorts. Includes classification of hotels,        Recommendation: Completion of MAT 086 or required
                                                                                                                                   hotel organization, front office operations, reservations,       score on the Mathematics assessment test, completion of
   Hospitality Management Applications                                                                                             registration, front office accounting, check out and             CSA 089 or basic computer skills, completion of REA 091
   The outcomes of this course are integrated into learning projects and simulations to demonstrate the full range of              settlement, night audit, planning and evaluating                 or required score on the Reading assessment test before
   Hospitality Management standards. Work-based learning activities such as internships, school-based enterprises, or job          operations, revenue management, and managing human               enrolling in this course.
   shadowing are considered a component of Hospitality Management application activities.                                          resources.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    HRM 199/ HRM 299 Introduction to Co-
                                                                                                                                   CSA 100 Computer Literacy                                        op: Hotel and Restaurant Management
                                                                                                                                   Overview of computer applications and functions.
                                                                                                                                   Includes historical significance of the computer,                HRM 199WK/HRM 299WK Co-op Work:
                                                                                                                                   components of a computer system, spreadsheet,                    Hotel and Restaurant Management
                                                                                                                                   database, and word processing use within a workplace.            Students will need to work in the hospitality field 15
                                                                                                                                   Also includes computer networks for communication and            hours a week for 16 weeks=240 hours
                                                                                                                                   information. Recommendation: Completion of CSA 089
                                                                                                                                   or basic computer and keyboard skills, completion of REA
                                                                                                                                   091 or satisfactory score on the reading assessment test
                                                                                                                                   before enrolling in this course.




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                                                                                                                 Automotive Technologies
    auToMoTive TeCHnologies
                                                                                                                 Program Schedule
    PCC Automotive Technology Certificate
    Pima Community College Downtown Campus
    1255 North Stone Avenue (Speedway/Stone)




                                                                                                                 High School Credits awarded after successful completion of program: 3.5

                                                                                                                 Automotive Technology I
                                                                                                                 This course prepares the individual to apply basic technical knowledge and skills in safety, adjustment, maintenance
                                                                                                                 and parts replacement to repair automobiles and light trucks. Students are introduced to: a) brake systems; b) electric/
                                                                                                                 electronic systems; c) steering and suspension systems; and d) engine performance diagnosis and repair.

                                                                                                                 Automotive Technology II
                                                                                                                 This course prepares the individual to apply higher levels of technical knowledge and skills to maintain, diagnose and repair
                                                                                                                 automobiles and light trucks. Students will gain in-depth knowledge needed to troubleshoot and identify malfunctioning
                                                                                                                 components and sensors; and correct these problems in four areas: 1) brake systems; 2) electrical/ electronic systems; 3)
                                                                                                                 steering and suspension systems; and 4) engine performance analysis. graduates should be able to pass the ASE tests for
    The JTED/Pima Community College Automotive               Program Capacity: 20                                each of the four areas.
    Technology program provides current high school
    juniors the opportunity to earn dual Hs/college          Prerequisites:
    credit and graduate high school with the 21 credit       • Students must complete a PCC application, have
    Basic Automotive Mechanic Certificate, which                received their student ID (A) number, and take
    can lead to direct employment in the automotive             all 3 PCC Assessments (reading, writing, and
    industry or can be used toward the 61 credits               mathematics) prior to attending orientation on
    needed to obtain the Associate of Applied Sciences          Nov. 3, 2010.
    Degree in Automotive Technology.                         • Students must bring copies of their PCC student
                                                                identification (A) number and reading, writing
                                                                and math assessment scores to orientation.
                                                             • Space is limited; placement in the program is
                                                                not guaranteed.

                                                             Mandatory program orientation:
                                                             Wednesday, November 3, 2010 at 6:00pm,
                                                             PCC Downtown Campus Amethyst Room




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  auToMoTive TeCHnologies                                                                                                         aviaTion TeCHnologies

  PCC Course Descriptions                                                                                                         Aviation-General Mechanics Certificate
  Pima Community College Credits: 21.0                                                                                            Pima Community College Aviation Campus
                                                                                                                                  7211 South Park Avenue (Park/Valencia)

  AUT 100 Small Engine Troubleshot &                                   AUT 128 Automotive Electrical
  Repair                                                               Fundamentals and Applications
  Small Engine Troubleshooting and Repair Principles                   Principles and procedures of electrical diagnosis
  and procedures for overhauling, troubleshooting and                  and repair. Includes electrical fundamentals and test
  repairing small engines. Include safety and hazardous                equipment, electrical system, battery, starting system,
  materials handling, engine types and identification,                 charging system, lighting systems, instrumentation, horn
  engine operation and maintenance, disassembly and                    and wiper/ washer, integrated circuits, and computerized
  inspection, engine reconditioning and assembly, fuel                 control systems.
  and ignition system assembly, mechanical operation and
  testing, multi-cylinder engines, and overhead valve (OHV)            AUT 139 Automotive Steering and
  engines.                                                             Alignment Systems
                                                                       Principles and procedures for automotive steering and
  AUT 101 Automotive Maintenance                                       alignment systems service. Includes safety, manual and
  Automotive Maintenance Techniques of routine vehicle                 power steering systems, wheel alignment diagnosis,
  maintenance. Includes customer vehicle identification                adjustment, and repair. Also includes wheel and tire
  and handling, new vehicle pre-delivery inspection and                diagnosis and repair.
  preparation, safety inspection, lubrication tasks, light line
  tasks, and fluid flushing.                                           AUT 140 Automotive Brakes Diagnosis
                                                                       and Repair
  AUT 120 Engine Diagnosis and Repair                                  Diagnosis and repair of automotive hydraulic brake
  Techniques for light line engine service. Includes personal          systems. Includes personal and environmental safety,
  and environmental safety, general engine diagnosis,                  hydraulic system diagnosis and repair, drum and disc
  lubrication system diagnosis and repair, cooling system              brake diagnosis and repair, power assist units diagnosis
  diagnosis and repair, cylinder head diagnosis and repair,            and repair, wheel bearings, park brake, and brake          TThe JTED/Pima Community College Aviation                 Prerequisites:
  and engine block diagnosis and repair.                               electrical diagnosis and repair, and anti-lock brake       Technology program provides current high school           • Students must complete a PCC application, have
                                                                       systems (ABS) components and operation.                    juniors the opportunity to earn dual Hs/college              received their student ID (A) number, and take
  AUT 105 Light Line Maintenance                                                                                                  credit and graduate high school with the 26 credit           all 3 PCC Assessments (reading, writing, and
  Principles and procedures for light line service.                                                                               General Aviation Mechanic Certificate, which can             mathematics prior to attending orientation on
  Includes safety, transmission and driveline systems,                                                                            lead to direct employment in the aviation industry           Thursday, November 18, 2010
  air conditioning/heating systems, electrical systems,
                                                                                                                                  or can be used towards the 69 credits needed to           • Students must bring copies of their PCC student
  suspension/steering systems, engine performance, and
                                                                                                                                  obtain the Associate of Applied Sciences Degree in           identification (A) number and reading, writing
  tools and equipment.
                                                                                                                                  Aviation Technology.                                         and math assessment scores to orientation.
                                                                                                                                                                                            • ** Transportation Fundamentals prerequisite
                                                                                                                                  Program Capacity: 40                                         requirement: (see program schedule) C or
                                                                                                                                                                                               better in Intro Auto Technology in High School
                                                                                                                                                                                               or AuT 100 at Pima Community College
                                                                                                                                                                                            • PCC Reading assessment score must meet REA
                                                                                                                                                                                               081 competency or placement into REA 091.
                                                                                                                                                                                            • Space is limited; placement in the program is
                                                                                                                                                                                               not guaranteed.

                                                                                                                                                                                            Mandatory program orientation:
                                                                                                                                                                                            Thursday, November 18, 2010 at 6:00pm,
                                                                                                                                                                                            Aviation Technology Center 7211 S. Park Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                                            (Park and Valencia)



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   Aviation Technologies                                                                                                          aviaTion TeCHnologies
   Program Schedule
                                                                                                                                  PCC Course Descriptions
                                                                                                                                  Pima Community College Credits: 26.0


                                                                                                                                  GTM 105 Applied Technical Mathematics                             AVM 207 Weight and Balance
                                                                                                                                  Applied geometry and trigonometry operations. Includes            Preparing aircraft for weight and balance. Includes
                                                                                                                                  review of basic math operations, review of pre-algebra,           referencing service and maintenance manuals, type
                                                                                                                                  elements of geometry, plane trigonometry, and practical           certificate data sheets, terms, standard weight and
                                                                                                                                  applications.                                                     balance practices, weighing an aircraft, principles
                                                                                                                                                                                                    of calculating center of gravity, correction of out
                                                                                                                                  AVM 110 Aircraft Blueprint Reading                                of balance conditions, addition and subtraction of
                                                                                                                                  Theory and application of aircraft blueprint reading.             equipment, equipment list, flight manual updates,
                                                                                                                                  Includes types of aircraft drawings, measuring tools,             control surface balancing, identification and selection
                                                                                                                                  drawing and lay-out equipment, types of views,                    of standards hardware, installation and assembly of
                                                                                                                                  projections, reference lines, drawing format, title block,        specialty hardware, and precision measuring equipment.
                                                                                                                                  manufacturing codes, symbology for fasteners, hardware,           Prerequisite(s): gTM 105.
                                                                                                                                  and materials. Also includes production of aircraft
                                                                                                                                  drawing, sketches, usage of aircraft schematics, graphs,          AVM 208 Basic Electricity
                                                                                                                                  charts, detail, assembly and exploded diagrams.                   Introduction to basic aircraft electricity. Includes study of
                                                                                                                                                                                                    the structure of matter, electron theory, current/ electron
                                                                                                                                  AVM 202 Aviation Safety                                           flow, direct current, alternating current, Ohm’s law,
   High School Credits awarded after successful completion of program: 4.0                                                        Introduction to aviation safety procedures. Includes              Kirchoff’s laws, circuit elements, electrical calculation
                                                                                                                                  personal safety issues, human factors, accident                   and measurements, interpreting schematics and other
   Aircraft Mechanics I and Aircraft Mechanics II                                                                                 avoidance, facility fire protection, hazardous materials          wiring diagrams, battery theory and maintenance, aircraft
   Aircraft Mechanics classes prepare students to apply technical knowledge and skills to repair, service, and maintenance of     safety and handling procedures, ramp procedures for               electrical systems, and introduction to communication
   all types of aircraft, power plants and related systems. Instruction includes engine inspection and maintenance, lubrication   movement, and securing and servicing of aircraft and              and navigation radio systems. Prerequisite(s): gTM 105.
   and cooling, electrical and ignition systems, carburetion, fuels and fuel systems.                                             ramp support equipment. Also includes Forklift and
                                                                                                                                  scissors lift training.                                           AVM 114 Regulatory Requirements
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) regulatory
                                                                                                                                  AVM 205 Motion Dynamics                                           requirements. Includes certification of aircraft and
                                                                                                                                  Principles of hydraulic power. Includes                           components, FAA regulations for aircraft maintenance,
                                                                                                                                  basic physics, basic mechanics, heat and fluid dynamics,          FAA publications, manufacturing standards, inspection
                                                                                                                                  fabrication and installation of fluid lines and fittings,         requirements, maintenance, mechanic certification,
                                                                                                                                  laws of motion, basic aerodynamics, and aircraft                  maintenance publications and forms, and aircraft logs
                                                                                                                                  nomenclature.

                                                                                                                                  AVM 206 Materials and Processes
                                                                                                                                  Introduction to non-metallic and metallic structural
                                                                                                                                  materials for comparison of their structural properties.
                                                                                                                                  Includes structural materials, metal processing, heat
                                                                                                                                  treatment, heat treatment of alloys or limited use metals,
                                                                                                                                  non-destructive testing/inspection, corrosion, corrosion
                                                                                                                                  types and factors, corrosion-prone areas, corrosion
                                                                                                                                  control: steel, aluminum, and limited use metals,
                                                                                                                                  processes and materials for corrosion control, aircraft
                                                                                                                                  cleaning, and aircraft cleaning agents.




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    PHarMaCy TeCHnology                                                                                           Pharmacy Technology
                                                                                                                  Program Schedule
    Pima Community College East Campus
    8181 E. Irvington Rd.




    The JTeD/Pima Community College Pharmacy                Prerequisites:
    Technician program provides current high school         • Must be a high school junior currently enrolled
    juniors the opportunity to earn dual Hs/college            in JTED Healthcare Fundamentals (Fall 2010 &
    credit and graduate high school with 16 or 17              Spring 2011) at a JTED central campus location.    High School Credits awarded after successful completion of program: 2
    of the 42 credits needed for the PCC Pharmacy           • Students must complete a PCC application,
    Technology Certificate*. Students must complete            receive their student ID (A) number, and take      Overview of the Role of Pharmacy Support Personnel
    PHT 170, PHT 171IN, PHT 172 and PHT 174IN with a           all 3 PCC Assessments *(reading, writing, and      Includes allied health professions, history and structure of pharmacy, ethics, legal aspects of pharmacy, pharmaceutical care
    C or better in order to continue in the program.           math) prior to attending orientation.              delivery systems and drug distribution systems. Also includes medical terminology emphasizing common medical roots,
                                                            • Students must bring copies of their PCC student     prefixes and suffixes, pharmaceutical abbreviations and introduction to the concept of quality assurance and its procedures.
    Program Capacity: 25                                       identification (A) number and reading, writing     This course prepares students to apply academic and technical knowledge and skills of the Pharmacy Technician in a
                                                               and math assessment scores to orientation.         clinical, medical or retail setting or to continue into postsecondary education.
                                                            • * PCC Reading assessment scores exceeding
                                                               REA 091 and Math assessment scores exceeding
                                                               MAT 092 are required for the Pharmacy Tech
                                                               program. If these scores are not met, students
                                                               must take and pass REA 091 and MAT 092 to be
                                                               eligible. If reading and/or math prerequisites
                                                               aren’t met, students are financially responsible
                                                               for REA 091 and MAT 092 tuition and textbook
                                                               costs.
                                                            • Space is limited; placement in the program is
                                                               not guaranteed.


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   PHarMaCy TeCHnology

   PCC Course Descriptions
   Pima Community College Credits: 16.0-17.0*                                                                                          2855 W. MASTER PIECES DRIVE ~ TUCSON, AZ 85741 ~ Phone (520) 352-5833 ~ Fax (520) 352-5842

                                                                                                                                           SPRING 2011 JTED/PCC CERTIFICATE PROGRAM PRE-ENROLLMENT FORM
   PHT 170 Introduction to Pharmacy
   Technology                                                         PHT 178IN Computer Application for                            Program descriptions and pre-enrollment information can be found at www.pimajted.org. Students not meeting grade or
   An overview of the history, structure, operation, and              Pharmacy                                                      credit requirements are ineligible. Incomplete or illegible applications will NOT be considered. **Pima County JTED adheres
   function of the pharmacy and the roles of the pharmacist           Basic concepts of computer operation. Includes the            to all Pima Community College (PCC) academic and residency requirements. Students who cannot demonstrate Arizona
   and pharmacy support personnel. Includes medical                   Internet, computer hardware and software, and                 residency MuST pay out-of-state tuition to PCC to remain eligible. Students MuST meet minimum scores on PCC Reading,
   terminology emphasizing common medical roots,                      professional pharmacy applications in retail and hospital     Writing and Mathematics assessments to be eligible.
   prefixes, and suffixes; pharmaceutical abbreviations;              pharmacy.
   dosage forms; and routes of administration. Also includes
   information and reference resources, an introduction               PHT 180 Sterile Products
   to third-party payment systems, HMOs, Medicare,                    Application of aseptic techniques and use of the laminar
   and Medicaid. Additionally, students will discuss                  flow hood in the preparation of sterile products. Includes
   contemporary issues including legal and ethical aspects            history of sterile products and parenteral therapy,
   and future concepts in pharmacy.                                   characteristics of sterile products, principles of fluid
                                                                      and electrolyte therapy, antiseptics, chemotherapy,
   PHT 172 Drug Therapy I                                             TPN’s and sterilization and sterile products calculations.
   Overview of the relationship between the central nervous           Also includes introduction to IV labels and profile
   system (CNS), the autonomic nervous system (ANS) and               systems, aseptic techniques, total parenteral nutrition,
   pharmaceutical therapy. Includes anatomy and physiology            incompatibilities, quality control, and specialized sterile
   of the CNS, neurotransmission and disorders of the CNS,            products.
   therapeutic applications of drugs affecting the CNS,
   and characteristics of drugs of the CNS. Also includes             PHT181 Inter-professional Relations in
   anatomy and physiology of the ANS, drug action on ANS              Pharmacy
   neurotransmission, disorders treated with autonomic                Overview of effective communications skills needed
   drugs, and types and characteristics of autonomic drugs.           by the pharmacy technician to use interpersonally
                                                                      and between the pharmacist, the patient, and other
   PHT 171IN Pharmaceutical Calculations                              health care professionals. Includes human relations
   Mathematical computations needed in the practice                   development, personality inventory, and elements in
   of pharmacy technology. Includes fundamentals of                   communication in areas of non-verbal, interpersonal,
   mathematical calculations, units and measures for the              barriers, listening, empathy and interviewing. Also
   calculation of drug dosages, and interpretation of the             includes building better patient understanding in special
   prescription or medication order. Also includes calculation        situations such as death and dying, ethnicity, conflict
   of drug dosages, reducing and enlarging formulas,                  resolution, and ethical patient care.
   percentage preparations, dilution and concentration,
   isotonic solutions and electrolyte solutions. Prerequisite:
                                                                      PHT182 Drug Therapy II
   MAT 092.
                                                                      Relationship between anatomy and physiology,
                                                                      disease states, and pharmaceutical therapy. Includes
   PHT 174IN Pharmacy Operations                                      origins, dosage forms, indications, actions, routes of
   An integrated course combining lecture and laboratory              administration and side effects of both prescription
   exercise in practical, technical, and legal aspects of drug        and non-prescription drugs used in diseases of the
   management; distribution (dispensing); and storage in              cardiovascular, circulatory, renal, endocrine, respiratory,
   outpatient (retail), inpatient (hospital), and nursing home        digestive, reproductive, and integumentary systems.
   settings. Includes pharmacy equipment and devices,
   materials, non-sterile dosage forms, and inventory                 PHT187 Pharmacy Law and Ethics
   control. Also includes small or large scale compounding,           Practical guide to pharmacy law and ethics for the
   packaging and quality control; practical aspects of                pharmacy technician. Includes state and federal law, roles
   recordkeeping, and insurance issues relevant to the daily          of the pharmacist and the pharmacy technician, and                           PRE-ENROLLMENT PERIOD: SEPTEMBER 27-OCTOBER 27, 2010
   pharmacy operations.                                               ethical practices for patients.                                                     NO LATE SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED


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