Waxahachie ISD Career & Technology Center Course Handbook for Area Students 2003-2004 http://www.hs.wisd.org/cate Automotive Collision Repair & Refinishing Technology These laboratory-oriented courses provide job-specific training for entry level employment in the rapidly changing automotive after-market care field of auto collision repair and refinishing. Course curriculums include frame and unibody repair; sheet metal, fiberglass, and synthetic materials repair; welding skills; preparation and application of primers and paints. Entrepreneurship, safety, leadership training, and career opportunities awareness are also included. These 2 credit courses are open to 11&12 graders. Course # Course Name Meeting Times Room # Pre-Requisite Credits 859 Auto Collision I 8:35 – 11:45 175 none 2 Every Other Day 860 Auto Collision II 8:35 – 11:45 175 Auto Collision I 2 Every Other Day Automotive Technician These laboratory-oriented courses offer job-specific training in the use of repair manuals, service and repair of basic components of an automobile fuel systems, engine, emission control, power trains, chassis, electrical systems, brakes, heating, and air conditioning. Entrepreneurship, safety, leadership, and career opportunities are also included. The auto technician program is accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and is approved by the Automotive Youth Educational Systems (AYES) initiative. Student completers will be qualified to be employed as an entry- level service technician, or to pursue post-secondary educational opportunities in automotive technology. Course # Course Name Meeting Times Room # Pre-Requisite Credits 853 Auto Tech I-2C 8:35 – 11:45 179 none 2 Every Other Day 873 Auto Tech I-3C 8:35 – 11:45 178 none 3 Every Day 870 Auto Tech II 8:35 – 11:45 178 Auto Tech I 3 Every Day 872 Auto Tech III 8:35 – 11:45 178 Teacher Approval 3 AYES Cert. Every Day Cosmetology These laboratory-oriented courses provide students with job specific training for entry-level employment in the field of Cosmetology. The course includes subject matters such as sterilization and sanitation, shampooing, hair and scalp treatments, haircutting, hairstyling, permanent waving, hair coloring and hair lightening, manicuring and artificial nail application, safety, leadership and career opportunities as well as entrepreneurship. Students must clock the final 500 clock hours to meet the state board guidelines as well as taking the licensing exam in Austin prior to the end of the school year in order to receive course credit. Placement into the Cosmetology 2 program is based solely on the instructors’ recommendation using the following criteria: attendance, human relation skills, test scores, practical lab scores and overall manipulative ability. The cost for the state board kit is a minimum of $250.00 with half of the balance being due at the end of the Junior year, remaining balance is due on the first day of school their Senior year. Other costs are $35.00 book and lab fees as well as a health certificate provided by the instructors to be completed by a physician during the summer of the Junior and Senior year. Course # Course Name Meeting Times Room # Pre-Requisite Credits 865 Cosmetology I 8:35 – 11:45 191 none 3 Every Day 866 Cosmetology II 8:35 – 11:45 191 Cosmetology I 3 Every Day Welding & Metal Manufacturing These laboratory-oriented courses offer job specific training for entry level employment in welding careers. The courses include blueprint reading, cutting and welding with oxyfuel, shielded metal arc, gas tungsten arc, and gas metal arc welding processes, entrepreneurship, safety, lea dership, and career opportunities. Second year instruction is designed to enhance job-specific training for employment in welding careers. Course # Course Name Meeting Times Room # Pre-Requisite Credits 855 Welding I 8:35 – 11:45 176 none 2 Every Other Day 856 Welding II 8:35 – 11:45 176 Welding I 2 Every Other Day Building Trades These are laboratory-oriented courses which provide entry level employment in various building careers. Specific areas of study will include the following: carpentry, bricklaying, cabinet making, painting, plumbing, and electrical wiring. Also included is a study of entrepreneurship, leadership, and career opportunities. Second year instruction is designed to enhance job-specific training for employment in construction related careers As usual students will construct a house on site as part of the curriculum this school year. Course # Course Name Meeting Times Room # Pre-Requisite Credits 851 Building Trades I 8:35 – 11:45 203 none 2 Every Other Day 852 Building Trades II 8:35 – 11:45 203 Build Trades I 2 Every Other Day HEALTH SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY These courses are recommended for students who have a special interest to enter the health care profession after graduation. The courses include development and application of skills in the classroom and clinical settings relating to a group of health occupations. The student will observe and/or give assistance to professional health care personnel in a clinical environment. The courses provide the opportunity, through observation and supervised professional assistance, to view interdepartmental functions of selected hospital departments. A specified amount of the student’s school day will be spent on location at local medical nursing, pediatrics, pharmacy, physical therapy, radiology, respiratory therapy, and surgical nursing facilities. The courses prepare the students for employment or advanced standing at the post-secondary level. Course # Course Name Meeting Times Room # Pre-Requisite Credits 836 Health Sc Tech II 8:35 – 10:05 192 Biology I 2 Every Day 837 Health Sc Tech III 12:35 –2:05 192 Health Sc Tech I 2 Every Day Entry Criteria: 1. Course: Biology 1 2. A grade of 85 or above in previous regular mathematics and science courses or 80 or above in advanced placement mathematics and science courses 3. Good prior attendance and minimal disciplinary infractions Technology Education • Engineering Graphics, a course in basic computer systems used in drafting and design. Hardware and software operations will include: booting, displays, files, commands, defaults, input-output devices, disks, printers, plotters, precision utilities and data bases. A technical course in engineering geometry, detail and assembly drawings and reproduction drawings. • Architectural Graphics, a second year course in AUTOCAD applications of applied geometry, orthographic projections, dimensioning, pictorial drawings, sectional views and working drawings. Students will focus on designing and planning residential and commercial construction systems. Activities focus on the development of original working drawings, presentation drawings, and model building. • Computer Multimedia and Animation Technology, a technical course which develops advanced knowledge and skills in the use of computers for multimedia presentations and digital animation. Course introduces students to 3 – D modeling and rendering techniques and resources. This hands-on course allows students to create, edit and render characters, vehicles, scenes and objects and to design and produce multimedia presentations that use images, video, and audio resources to deliver a message. Course # Course Name Meeting Times Room # Pre-Requisite Credits 830 Engineering Graphics 8:35 – 10:05 181 none 1 Every Other Day 831 Architectural Graphics TBA 181 Engineering Graphics 1 Every Other Day 721 Comp. Mult. Media 8:35 – 10:05 178 none 1 Technology Every Other Day Computer Technology & • Networking Basic Computer Technology A+ Certification , A+ is an industry-standard certification course that is required for anyone desiring to work in the area of computer repair or technical support. Topics covered in this course will include basic PC architecture, peripheral devices, MS_DOS, Windows 3.x and 9x operating systems, basic trouble shooting and repair. • Networking Essentials - N+ Certification , N+ is an Industry Standard Certification Course for anyone desiring to work in the area of Computer Networking. • Telecommunications and Networking/Business Support Systems (Cisco Academy) These 2 courses will constitute the first 2 credits and first 8 college hours towards the 16 hour program in becoming a Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA). All students in this course must be dual enrolled in the Navarro College Cisco Program and pay all fees associated with those 2 college courses. Basic Telephony, the local and long distance voice Communications; Data Communications; Satellite Communications; Local Area Networks (LANs); Wide Area Networks (WANs); Internet and IntraNet; and finally, Closed Circuit Television. The coverage will be focused on basic design and utilization specifications. Both hardware and software requirements and concerns will be discussed Course # Course Name Meeting Times Room # Pre-Requisite Credits 715 Comp. Tech “A+” 8:35 – 10:05 190 none 1 Every Other Day 714 Networking “N+” 10:05 to 11:45 190 A+ Certification 1 Every Other Day 712 Telecommunications I 7:05 to 8:35 190 A+ Certification recommended 1 (Cisco 1) Every Day FALL Semester 713 Business Support Systems 7:05 to :35 190 Telecommunications I 1 (Cisco 2) Every Day SPRING Semester CAREER STRATEGIES / COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMS Programs of cooperative Description: The following part-time training shall be classes are cooperative part- designed to provide time training courses that classroom instruction and focus on advanced and in- on-the-job supervised depth study of concepts and training and work skills in various systems experience for high school and administrative students preparing to enter procedures that enable a employment in occupational worker to manage or classifications related to the function in the workplace. specific program choice. A These courses enhance student must be a minimum technology skills and oral age of 16 to enroll in any and written language skills cooperative program. All relating to effective applicants must have communications, maintained good prior emphasizes planning and attendance and have organizing work, accumulated minimal establishing priorities, disciplinary infractions records and information before acceptance into a management, and operation cooperative program. of equipment. The student will meet a one-block class for individualized instruction directly related to her/his job and will be a salaried employee in a local business for at least 15 hours per week. CAREER STRATEGIES / COOPERATIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMS EOD = Every Other Day Course Course Credit Time Prerequisites # 900 Ag Science Career 3 8:35 to 10:05 EOD None Preparation 1** 901 Ag Science Career 3 8:35 to 10:05 EOD Ag Science Career Career Preparation 2 Preparation 1 904 Family & Consumer Science 3 8:35 to 10:05 EOD None Career Preparation 1** 905 Family & Consumer Science 3 8:35 to 10:05 EOD Home Economics Career Preparation 1 Career Preparation 2 906 Trade & Industrial Career 3 7:05 to 8:25 None Preparation 1** EOD 907 Trade & Industrial Career 3 Trade & Industrial Career Preparation 1 7:05 to 8:25 Preparation 2 EOD 908 Marketing Education Career 3 8:35 to 10:05 EOD None Preparation 1** 909 Marketing Education Career 3 8:35 to 10:05 EOD Marketing Education Career Preparation 1 Preparation 2 910 Business Education Career 3 10:35 to 11:45 EOD None Preparation 1** 911 Business Education Career 3 10:35 to 11:45 EOD Business Education Career Preparation 1 Preparation 2 WAXAHACHIE CAREER AND TECHNOLOCY CENTER ENROLLMENT FORM 2002-2003 Personal Data Home School __________________ Name: ____________________, __________________ Counselor ____________________ Last First 2002-2003 Grade Level (Circle One) 9 10 11 12 Date of Birth ______/_______/_______ Address _______________________________ City __________________ Zip _____________ Legal Guardian _________________________________________________________________ Home Phone ______________________ Guardian Work Phone _______________________ Emergency Contact ____________________________ _______________________________ Name Number Course Selection Please check appropriate box(s): Auto Technician Technology Education 0853 Auto Technician I-2C 0830 Engineering Graphics 0873 Auto Technician I-3C 0831 Architectural Graphics 0870 Auto Technician II 0721 Comp. Mult. Media Technology 0872 Auto Technician AYES 0715 Basic Computer Tech-A+ Cert 0714 Networking N+ Auto Collision Repair 0712 Telecommunications (Cisco 1) FALL 0859 Auto Collision Repair I 0713 Telecommunications II (Cisco 2)SPRING 0860Auto Collision Repair II Welding Building Trades 0855 Welding I 0851 Building Trades I 0856 Welding II 0852 Building Trades II Career Preparation Cosmetology 0900 Ag Science Career Preparation I 0865 Cosmetology I 0901 Ag Science Career Preparation II 0866 Cosmetology II 0904 FCS Career Preparation I 0905 FCS Career preparation II Health Science Technology 0906 Trade & Industrial Career Prep I 0836 Health Science Technology II 0907 Trade & Industrial Career Prep II 0837 Health Science Technology III 0908 Marketing Ed Career Prep I 0909 Marketing Ed Career Prep II 0910 Business Education Career Prep I 0911 Business Education Career Prep II For additional choices please see the Waxahachie High School Handbook. List courses below. __________________________________ ____________________________________ Approved By: ______________________ ____________________________________ Principal/Counselor Date Parent/Guardian Date Waxahachie ISD Career & Technology Center http://www.hs.wisd.org/cate • Mark Bosher, Director The Waxahachie Independent firstname.lastname@example.org School District does not 972.923.4600 ext. 518 discriminate on the basis of sex, handicap, race, color, • Gary Rowland, national origin or age in the Career Placement educational programs or Coordinator activities which it operates, as email@example.com required by Title IX, Section 504, Title VI; and the Age 972.923.4600 ext. 519 Discrimination Act, and the • Donna Shepherd, Americans with Disabilities Act Special Populations (ADA). The district’s Coordinator nondiscrimination policy firstname.lastname@example.org extends to admission or access to treatment or 972.923.4600 ext. 185 employment in its programs • Lynn Shoemaker, Office and activities within its Manager jurisdiction. For information about student rights or email@example.com grievance procedures, contact 972.923.4600 ext. 516 the Title IX Administrator, Mike Turner, Section 504/Administrator, at 411 Gibson Street, Waxahachie, Texas 75165.
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