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  College of the Redwoods

      Comprehensive

Instructional Program Review

    Welding Technology




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Signature Page

Programs of Study Welding

Degrees:             AS Degree is being updated



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Certificates:        Certificate of Achievment, Welding Technology
                     Certificate of Recognition, Electric Arc and Oxyacetylene Welding
                     Certificate of Recognition, MIG AND TIG Welding
                     Certificate of Recognition, General Welding


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Subject Areas Reviewed:




We certify that this program review document represents the plans, goals, and critical analysis
of this instructional program. Please enter name and signature

Author(s):           Danny H. Walker                               Date:            1/19/2011
                                                                   Date:
                                                                   Date:

Division Chair:      N/A                                           Date:


Dean / V. P.:        Mike Peterson                                 Validation:




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Responding to Questions

The document includes questions to which programs respond. After each question is an
answer box. If you type your response in the answer box, it will expand to contain your
complete answer. Any kind of formatting can be included in the answer box, including
different typefaces. Some formatting (such as bulleted lists) can affect the borders of the
answer box, but this can be cleaned up using the usual Word formatting commands.

For information on Program Review:

If you have questions about the College of the Redwoods Program Review process or the
Program Review document, contact:

Marjorie Carson
Vice President of Instruction
marjorie-carson@redwoods.edu

For questions regarding data included in this document, please contact:

Zachary DeLoach
Interim Director, Institutional Research
707-476-4268
Zachary-DeLoach@redwoods.edu




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Please give a brief overview of your instructional program. Describe the relationship of your
program to the mission of the college.

College of the Redwoods Mission Statement
The Redwoods Community College District has a commitment both to our students and to
our community. We are committed to maximizing the success of each student with the
expectation that each student will meet her or his educational goal, achieve appropriate
learning outcomes in his/her courses and programs, and develop an appreciation for life-long
learning. In partnership with other local agencies, we are also committed to enriching the
economic vitality of the community whom we serve. The following are three equally
important, primary missions of the Redwoods Community College District:
           1. Associate Degree and Certificate Programs
           2. Academic and Transfer Education
           3. Professional and Technical Education

Program

Welding Technology (WT)




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                                           Section 1
                            Demand, Success, and Retention
                 This section relates to the following goal(s) of the college
                                  Strategic Master Plan:

Goal 4.   Contribute to the economic, cultural and social well-being of the North coast
          community
Goal 5.   Ensure student access
                                  1.01. Demand, Fill Rates & Success


Analyze the enrollment and success data provided by Research & Planning and answer the
following questions.

Part 1. Enrollments

For the purposes of these charts here, course sections have been broken down by class start time.
The definitions for each start time are as follows:

Early Morning                   Before 10:00AM
Prime Time                      From 10:00AM to 2:30PM
Late Afternoon                  From 2:30PM to 5:30PM*/6:00PM
Evening                         5:30PM*/6:00PM and later
Weekend                         Saturday or Sunday classes
TBA                             No scheduled start time
* Evening is defined differently for semesters prior to Fall 2009

Each classification was weighted according to the following schedule:
Weekend
Evening
Late Afternoon
Early Morning
Prime Time

If a section had start times that fell into more than one category, it would be placed in the higher
weighted category. For example, if a section met on a Saturday and started at 10:30AM, it would be
considered a Weekend section.

Note: Tables are provided by Program for overall for non-AA programs. Data include all Distance Education
Courses. Tables are provided on a district-wide basis for Liberal Arts Areas Of Emphases
Data from the 2008-2009 Academic Year is currently incomplete. This data will be subject to change upon
the completion of the 2008-2009 Academic Year. Due to data factors, some of the tables in this document
include data for that year, others do not.
Table 1.01. Enrollments, Fill Rates, Sections, FTES




Review and analyze the fill rate data (Tables 1.01) provided by Institutional Research and answer
the following questions:

1.      Overall, is your enrollment increasing, decreasing, or remaining the same?

The overall or district-wide enrollment is increasing. The number of sections also increased on the

2.      Is your enrollment growing/declining for sections scheduled at particular times, or is the
growth consistent? Review the detailed data by course to see if there are trends in specific courses.

All sections at Eureka, Del Norte, and Mendocino have been offered as evening courses. The
1.01F. Course Success Rates
Percentage of students enrolled at census receiving a grade of A, B, C, or Credit




Review the program success rates in the table above (1.01F) and use the text box below to answer
the following questions. Be thorough and be sure to touch on any significant change in the data.
1)       Identify overall changes in success rates. To what do you attribute these changes?

The over all changes in success rates are stable and average 78 to 80 percent. Last year (2009)

2)      How do course success rates compare to the overall success rates for the program?

The success rates by course are similarly stable and average 80 percent. The only stand out course is

3)       Provide a plan (if necessary) within Section 5.01 for adjusting to changes in success and
retention. SLO and PLO assessment results might help to determine the required adjustments.
Table 1.01G. Course Success Demographics

Comment on data comparisons among the ethnic, age and gender breakdowns.
Table 1.01H. Course Retention Rate
Percentage of students enrolled at census receiving a grade other than W (Withdraw)




Review the program retention rates in the table above (1.01H) and use the text box below to answer
the following questions. Be thorough and be sure to touch on any significant change in the data.

1) Identify changes in retention rates. To what do you attribute these changes?

Program retention rates are high at 96 percent average and similar for the three locations of Del

2) Review retention rates by course. How do course retention rates compare to the program rate overall?

Retention rates by course show WT180 above the average high. It should be noted that WT180 was

3) Provide a plan (if necessary) within Section 5.01 for adjusting to changes in success and
retention. SLO and PLO assessment results might help you determine needs.

The same plan to inform students at the beginning of the course that their participation is imperative
Table 1.01I Overall Success Rate in Courses in Major by Students’ English and Math Level
1. What pattern can be identified in the program success rates based on the students’ skill level in
English and Math? Has the success rate changed since the last review?

English 360 and Math 360 show the lowest success rates at 58% and 69% respectively. The

2. How has the program responded to these patterns or changes, and how will the program respond
in the future?

Not sure?
                            1.02. Degrees and Certificates Awarded
(If the review is a program of study leading to a degree or certificate)
Given the enrollment, success and retention data, comment on the number of completions
listed in the data above.

 The enrollment, success and retention show good numbers and high percentages. However,
                             1.03. Benchmarking Completions


For Career Tech Ed Areas only: How does program’s completion data compare with the state
target for your program?
            1. Comment on differences between CR completion rates and those expected by the State for
            Career Tech Ed Areas.

s is not able to be done with the data being supplied here. Some questions came up in our conversation. One question is how ma

            2. Describe any information you may have on employment of program graduates within this
            field.

one at this time. The author has given data that faculty has recorded that shows several students have gone to work from CR. If y

            3. If applicable, complete the table below with the number of program students who have
            transferred to a 4-year institution after being enrolled in this program. Also provide the
            number of those students who ultimately graduated from the transfer institution.

                                        Transferred                 Graduated from Transfer
                                                                    Institution
            Students who completed      Unable to do, so see below ?
                                        #4
            Students no longer                                   64 ?
            enrolled w/o completion
           4. Describe any information you may have on transfer of students enrolled in this program

not offered four unit courses which are in the Welding Technical degree since 1991. For several years, we have only offered two
                                           Section 2
                           Learning Outcomes & Curriculum
                 This section relates to the following goal(s) of the college
                                  Strategic Master Plan:

Goal 1:   Enable student attainment of educational goals
                                               2.01. Program and Student Learning Outcomes

1. List program learning outcomes for each degree or certificate within this program area. Group these by the specif
the following table to align program student learning outcomes with courses in which each program learning out


Program Learning Outcome
AS Welding Degree (updating in progress)
Safety
Arc welding processes
Gas welding
Gas cutting
Plasma cutting

Certificate of Achievement Welding Technology
Safety
Arc welding processes
Gas welding
Gas cutting
Plasma cutting

Certicate of Recognition General Welding
Safety
Arc welding processes
Gas welding
Gas cutting
Plasma cutting

Certificate of Recognition Electric Arc and Oxyacetylene Welding
Safety
Arc welding processes
Gas welding
Gas cutting
Plasma cutting

Certificate of Recognition MIG and TIG Welding
Safety
Arc welding processes
Gas welding
Gas cutting
Plasma cutting

2. Describe how program learning outcomes are being assessed, and how those assessments are being documented a
objectives. Attach annual update tables as an Appendix to document your progress in this area.


One PLO is safety. Being able to know and have the appreciation for the safety knowlege required in the welding tra

3. Describe how program-specific course learning outcomes (Student learning outcomes for courses) are being asses
assessments are being documented and used to meet program objectives. Attach annual update tables as an Appendi
in this area.


The SLO's for arc welding processes, gas welding, gas cutting, plasma cutting are first assessed visually, then judged

4. Describe how your learning outcome assessment results (both for PLOs and SLOs) are being discussed within you
wider district and community. This may include methods to ensure there is input and feedback from Students, Facul
Administrators, and/or Advisory Groups.


The assessment results are constantly discussed with the students as individuals. At this time little or no discussion i

5. Describe how you have tied the results of learning outcomes assessments (both for PLOs and SLOs) to requests fo
budgets, equipment, facilities, and staffing.

The welding budget and resources directly affects the student success and learning outcomes. Supplying the student
         2.01. Program and Student Learning Outcomes

each degree or certificate within this program area. Group these by the specific degree or certificate, using
udent learning outcomes with courses in which each program learning outcome is addressed.


            Course (s) Addressing PLO
gress)
            WT53, 54, 60, 61, 63, 64, 80, 90.
            WT53, 54, 56, 60, 61, 63, 64, 67, 80, 90, 91.
            WT53, 54, 56, 60, 61, 63, 64, 67, 80.
            WT53, 54, 56, 60, 61, 63, 64, 67, 80.
            WT64, 90.

Technology
          WT53, 54, 80, 90.
          WT53, 54, 56, 67, 80, 90, 91.
          WT53, 54, 56, 67.
          WT53, 56, 67.
          WT90.

elding
            WT, 54, 60, 61, 80.
            WT54, 56, 67, 80, 60, 61.
            WT54, 56, 67, 80, 60, 61.
            WT54, 56, 67, 80, 60, 61.


rc and Oxyacetylene Welding
          WT53, 54, 80.
          WT53, 54, 56, 80.
          WT53, 54, 56, 80.
          WT53, 54, 56, 80.


TIG Welding
          WT53, 80, 90.
          WT53, 80, 90.
          WT53, 80.
          WT53, 80.
            WT90, 91.

omes are being assessed, and how those assessments are being documented and used to meet the program
s as an Appendix to document your progress in this area.


 and have the appreciation for the safety knowlege required in the welding trade. Safety learning outcomes

se learning outcomes (Student learning outcomes for courses) are being assessed, and how these
 used to meet program objectives. Attach annual update tables as an Appendix to document your progress




as welding, gas cutting, plasma cutting are first assessed visually, then judged with a rubric of welding

e assessment results (both for PLOs and SLOs) are being discussed within your program and within the
ay include methods to ensure there is input and feedback from Students, Faculty, Associate Faculty,
ps.


iscussed with the students as individuals. At this time little or no discussion is held between faculty or

lts of learning outcomes assessments (both for PLOs and SLOs) to requests for resources, including
fing.

ctly affects the student success and learning outcomes. Supplying the student with welding materials is
                                                  2.02 Course Sequencing, Curriculum, Pre-requisites, Co-requ
                                                            and Advisories on Recommended Preparation

1. Outline the curriculum as it is being implemented for a full-time student completing each degree or certificate in
course number, course, title, units, lecture hours, and lab hours for each semester for the complete curriculum. Indi
requisite


          Semester                  Course Number Course Title            Units
AS Degree (not Chancellor approved, needs updating)
AS Degree first semester   WT60, Welding Technology                        4
AS Degree first semester   CT78A, Residential Wiring 1                     2
AS Degree first semester   IT60A, Basic Manufacturing Blueprint Reading    3
AS Degree first semester   WT53, Welding Procedures                        2
AS Degree first semester   WT56, Welding Procedures Lab                    1
AS Degree first semester   WT66. Weld Print Reading                        2
AS Degree second semester WT61, Welding Technology                         4
AS Degree second semester WT90, MIG/TIG Welding                            2
AS Degree second semester CT78B, Residential Wiring 2                      2
AS Degree second semester WT67, Special Welding Lab                        2
AS Degree second semester CET10, Survey of Electronics                     3
AS Degree second semester CET10L, Survey of Electronics Lab                1
AS Degree third semester   WT63, Welding Technology                        4
AS Degree third semester   WT91, MIG/TIG Lab                               1
AS Degree third semester   MT10, Fundamentals of Manufacturing Technology  3
AS Degree third semester   MT52, Ferrous Metallurgy                        3
AS Degree third semester   WT58, Welding Recycled Materials                2
AS Degree fourth semester WT64, Welding Technology                         4
AS Degree fourth semester WT54, Welding Procedures                         2
AS Degree fourth semester WT80, Welding Fabrication                        2
AS Degree fourth semester WT70, CNC Plasma Cutting                         2
Certificate of Achievement Welding
C of A first semester      WT53, Welding Procedures                        2
C of A first semester      WT90, MIG/TIG Welding                           2
C of A first semester      WT91, MIG/TIG Lab                               1
C of A first semester      MT10, Fundamentals of Manufacturing Technology  3
C of A second semester     WT54, Welding Procedures                        2
C of A second semester     IT60A, Basic Manufacturing Blueprint Reading    3
C of A second semester     WT56, Welding Procedures Lab                    1
C of A second semester     WT67, Special Welding Lab                       2
C of A second semester       WT80, Welding Fabrication                               2
C of A second semester       MT52, Ferrous Metallurgy                                3
Certificate of Recognition General Welding
C of R first semester        WT60, Welding Technology                                4
C of R first semester        WT54, Welding Procedures                                2
C of R second semester       WT61, Welding Technology                                4
C of R second semester       WT80, Welding Fabrication                               2
C of R second semester       WT67, Special Welding Lab                               2
C of R second semester       WT56, Welding Procedures Lab                            1
Certificate of Recognition Electric Arc and Oxyacetylene Welding
C of R first semester        WT53, Welding Procedures                                2
C of R second semester       WT54, Welding Procedures                                2
C of R second semester       WT80, Welding Fabrication                               2
C of R second semester       MT52, Ferrous Metallurgy                                3
C of R second semester       WT56, Welding Procedures Lab                            1
Certificate of Recognition MIG and TIG Welding
C of R first semester        WT53, Welding Procedures                                2
C of R first semester        WT90, MIG/TIG Welding                                   2
C of R first semester        WT91, MIG/TIG Lab                                       1
C of R second semester       WT54, Welding Procedures                                2
C of R second semester       MT52, Ferrous Metallurgy                                3
2. Comment on availability of courses listed in the program curriculum outline. Are specific required courses only a
times. How does this influence a student’s ability to complete the program of study?



The data entered into the spreadsheet above shows welding degree and certificates which are in the process of being

3a. Refer to the curriculum outline in question #1. Would adding a prerequisite or advisory to any course within the
course?

Prerequisites and advisories have been in place. They were revised for clarity when the course outlines were updated

3b. Are there drawbacks to current prerequisites or advisories to any of the courses.

The only drawbacks of the current prerequisites has been having enrollment services understand the wording. In som

4a. As part of your self-study, review and summarize the development of curriculum in the program, including any
requisites.

The current curriculum has been taught since 1964. It has evolved with some course changes from a quarter system t
4b.Use the grid below to report recent additions, deletions, or revisions of courses.


          Semester                                    Course                            Year Course Outline
Curriculum, Pre-requisites, Co-requisites,
 on Recommended Preparation

mpleting each degree or certificate in this program. The outline should include
ter for the complete curriculum. Indicate if any of the courses requires a pre- or co-




             Lecture Hours Lab Hours                     Pre or Coreq.

                   18             162      None
                   18              54      None
                   54               0      None
                   18              54      None
                    0              54      Any one of: WT53,54 ,60, 61, 63, 64
                   36              0       None
                   18             162      None
                   18              54      Any one of : WT53, 54, 60.
                   18              54      CT78A
                    0             108      Any one of : WT53, 54, 60, 61, 63, 64.
                   54               0      Math 380 recommended
                    0              54      CET10
                   18             162      None
                    0              54      WT90
                   36              54      None
                   36              54      None
                   18             54       None
                   18             162      None
                   18              54      None
                   18              54      None
                   18              54      None

                   18              54      None
                   18              54      Any one of : WT53, 54, 60.
                    0              54      WT90
                   36              54      None
                   18              54      None
                   54               0      None
                    0              54      Any one of: WT53,54 ,60, 61, 63, 64
                    0             108      Any one of : WT53, 54, 60, 61, 63, 64.
                   18             54      None
                   36             54      None

                   18             162     None
                   18              54     None
                   18             162     None
                   18              54     None
                    0             108     Any one of : WT53, 54, 60, 61, 63, 64.
                    0              54     Any one of: WT53,54 ,60, 61, 63, 64

                   18             54      None
                   18             54      None
                   18             54      None
                   36             54      None
                    0             54      Any one of: WT53,54 ,60, 61, 63, 64

                   18             54       None
                   18             54       Any one of : WT53, 54, 60.
                    0             54       WT90
                   18             54       None
                   36             54       None
. Are specific required courses only available during specific semesters, days, or
study?



ates which are in the process of being updated with the Chancellors Office.

te or advisory to any course within the program increase the success rate within the


when the course outlines were updated in 2008 and 2009.




rvices understand the wording. In some cases, the addition of "anyone of the

 iculum in the program, including any changes in required prerequisites or co


ourse changes from a quarter system to our current semester system. It is a
Year Course Outline   Year Next Update Expected
                                           Section 3
                                  Program Management
                 This section relates to the following goal(s) of the college
                                  Strategic Master Plan:

Goal 2:   Develop and manage human, physical and financial resources to effectively
          support the learning environment
Goal 3:   Build a culture of assessment
                3.01. Efficiency (FTES, WSCH, FTEF, FTES per FTEF)

Instructions: Analyze the FTES, WSCH (Weekly Student Contact Hours), FTEF, and WSCH
per FTEF (Full-Time Equivalent Faculty) data provided by Institutional Research and answer
the following questions.

Table 3.01A. FTES, FTEF, and Efficiency
(Fall and Spring semesters only) (FTES: Full-Time Equivalent Students, WSCH: Weekly
Student Contact Hours, FTEF: Full-Time Equivalent Faculty)
Describe dynamics and developments related to the trends listed in Table 3.01A above.

There is a steady FTES/FTEF ratio from 2008 to 2010. The only data shown as a standout
                             3.02. Program Advisory Committees



1. Describe how program advisory committee activities have helped to improve the program.

Advisory committee meetings involve membership comprised primarily of local welding or

2. Attach an appendix to this report that includes the membership, agendas, and minutes of
program advisory committee meetings.

We have held advisory committee meetings on the following dates: 1-22-2008, 1-20-2009, 11-
                            Tuesday, November 17, 2009
             ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEMBERS FOR C/R WELDING PROGRAM


Name (representing)                      Phone            email

Breyer, Lori (Eureka City Schools)       707-445-7019 lbreyer@humboldt.k12.ca.us

Brown, Steve (CR-BT Dean)                707-476-4100 steve-brown@redwoods.edu

Cardoza, Arthur (retired/ Principal EHS) 707-268-0632 acardoza@humboldt.k12.ca.us

Collins, Jim (Eureka Oxygen Supply)      707-443-2228 mgray@eurekaoxygencompany.com

Crosswhite, John                         707-845-0320 jcrosswhite@hrcllc.com

Crowley, Tim (North Coast Fabricators) 707-496-2656 kay-ncf@sbcglobal.net

DeFouri, Bill (Eureka Humboldt F. E.)    707-822-2517 ehfec2@aol.com

Hake, Dennis (E. H. Fire Extinguisher)   707-599-8112 dennis.hake@airgas.com

Kernen, Kurt (Kernen Construction)       707-499-0699 kurt@kernenconstruction.com

Libow, Aaron    (self employed welder) 707-839-1232 aaron1@dslextreme.com

Marsee, Jeff (CR-President)              707-476-4100 jeff-marsee@redwoods.edu

McBeth, John (O&M Industries)            707-822-8800 jmcbeth@omindustries.com

Morris, Gary (EHS welding instructor)    707-445-7145 gmorris@humboldt.k12.ca.us

Moyer, Charlie (Outside Consultant)      707-498-8557   8557@suddenlink.net

Ratliff, Prudence (CTEA-CR)              707-476-4579 pru-ratliff@redwoods.edu

Walker, Danny (CR-faculty)               707-834-3482 danny-walker@redwoods.edu

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Clausen, Tim (retired/ Fortuna Iron)     707-442-5678 reelsteel@humboldt1.com

Weloy, Ralph (Johnson Industries)        707-822-7687 (declined)

Williams, Kevin (O&M Industries)                 707-822-8800 kwilliams@omindustries.com

Backman, Mike (retired/ Simpson)         707-845-0702

Wright, Mark (O&M/ Fortuna Iron)                 707-725-7608 mwright@fortunairon.com
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                         Notice of Advisory Committee Meeting               November 13, 2009


                         Dear Advisory Members:

    COLLEGE              This 2009 meeting will take place Friday, November 13, 6:00pm to
                         7:00pm--- CR Eureka Main Campus in the Applied Technology Building
     OF THE              Welding Technology Lab—Room AT142.
  REDWOODS
                         Please R.S.V.P. Danny Walker at 834-3482 cell or email danny-
                         walker@redwoods.edu to confirm your planned attendance.
                         So far, Lori Breyer, Jim Collins, Dennis Hake, Kurt Kernen, Aaron Libow, Charlie
                         Moyer, and Prudence Ratliff have agreed to meet.

                         Cordially,

                         Danny Walker

                         NOTE: Liquids and solids will be provided (electric shock upon request)
                              ………snacks, drinks and maybe a homemade blackberry pie.

                         “Welding is not just an art or vocation…it’s a science”

                                                          AGENDA

                         Advisory Members: Lori Breyer, Jim Collins, Tim Crowley, Bill DeFouri,
                         Dennis Hake, Kurt Kernen, Aaron Libow, John McBeth, Gary Morris,
                         Charlie Moyer, Prudence Ratliff, Kevin Williams.
                         Retiring members: Mike Backman, Arthur Cardoza, Tim Clausen, Mark
                         Wright.

                         Division Dean Business and Technology: Steve Brown
                         Also invited: Jeff Marsee CR president


                         6:00pm    Introduction of members/ acknowledge past members
                                   1.
                         6:05pm    Purpose of the Advisory Committee.
                                   2.
                         6:10pm    Student tool list (4 semesters)
                                   3.
                         6:15pm    Overview of recent Program Review and DOL grant.
                                   4.
                                    4a. Temporary one year full-time faculty hire for 2010
                                    4b. Courses applicable/sequence towards grant goal
                                    4c. SENSE program through AWS
                                    4d. Instructor attending AWS/CWE in December 2009
7351 Tompkins Hill Rd.              4e. ATF/AWS- (accredited test facility)
Eureka, CA 95501-9300    6:35pm 5. Facilities tour of welding equipment and area.
          707.476.4100
                         6:45pm 6. Recommendations.
    FAX: 707.476.4400    7:00pm 7. Schedule Next Meeting and Adjournment.
                                    4c. SENSE program through AWS
                                    4d. Instructor attending AWS/CWE in December 2009
7351 Tompkins Hill Rd.              4e. ATF/AWS- (accredited test facility)
Eureka, CA 95501-9300    6:35pm 5. Facilities tour of welding equipment and area.
          707.476.4100
                         6:45pm 6. Recommendations.
    FAX: 707.476.4400    7:00pm 7. Schedule Next Meeting and Adjournment.
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Welding Advisory Committee Meeting Minutes for 11.13.2009              Saturday, November 14,
2009

Members present: Dennis Hake, Aaron Libow, Kurt Kernen, Lori Breyer, Charles E Moyer, Jim
Collins, and Danny Walker.

Members Absent: Bill DeFouri, Gary Morris, and John McBeth, Prudence Ratliff, Tim Crowley
(new), J. Crosswhite (new).

Guests: Roxanne Metz, Lesley Sundberg.

Meeting started at 6:02 with members introducing themselves and DW acknowledging retiring
members Mike Backman, Arthur Cardoza, Tim Clausen, and Mark Wright.

DW discussed the purpose of the advisory committee.

DW handed out a proposed four semester student tool list because some current students are
retraining with ability to have tools purchased for them. Members were asked to write any tools
they thought should be added for entry level welders and return the form before leaving.

DW gave an overview of the Program Review process at CR and how it is being used for budget,
facility, faculty, and student learning outcomes. DW asked Roxanne Metz to discuss the
Department of Labor DOL grant and how it will benefit the CR welding program with faculty and
equipment. DW discussed the proposed courses to be offered, the course learning outcomes,
and asks for membership input. CM states he doesn’t know why the CNC plasma is needed and
DW explains the need and six local businesses which now use the process. We discussed the
student learning outcomes within currently offered WT60 series, WT50 series, WT80, MT10,
MT52, proposed new courses (WT70-CNC, WT58-Welding Recycled Materials), and reinstating
WT66-Print Reading. Members agreed that all existing courses were appropriate, welding print
reading needed to be offered, and WT58 could be titled Welding Recycled Materials. Also
discussed was the creation of a new course which teaches “number and measurement” skills
from the various disciplines in career technical fields. Members indicate that students need
education in soft skills and workplace etiquette.

DW suggests the current instructor is planning to attend the AWS/CWE certification soon.
However, the course that was planned to attend in December is full. Plans are to attend a future
course after reviewing the AWS schedule of classes. The purpose is to certify that the instructor
is teaching industry standard learning outcomes. Membership asked if doing the weld certification
was needed to be done by a CWI. DW explained that the process is good anywhere if done to
AWS standards. AWS acknowledges test results are recognized internationally. This is according
to recent phone calls and conversations with AWS representatives. We discussed the AWS
Schools Excelling through National Skills standard Education (SENSE) program that is available.
The worth and cost involved with becoming a member. We also discussed the AWS Accredited
Test Facility (ATF), the cost involved, and the worth of becoming accredited which could be offset
by the charging the individuals who certify. CR has certified many individuals whether student or
community member over the years and that some students have recently passed 3/8’ bend tests.

A tour of the facility was done and possible location for the installation of DOL grant equipment
CNC plasma cutting machine and punch press. Members wondered why we had a non-
functioning robot machine and discussed the possible retrofitting with current soft ware.

It was recommended that a meeting be held more often than once a year and possibly monthly.
Members agree to meet in mid to late February for the next meeting in order to see how the new
DOL grant courses and students are doing.

The meeting ran late and adjourned at 7:40pm
                                           Section 4
                                            Faculty
                 This section relates to the following goal(s) of the college
                                  Strategic Master Plan:

Goal 1:   Enable student attainment of educational goals
Goal 2:   Develop and manage human, physical and financial resources to effectively
          support the learning environment
                      4.01. FTEF, Associate FTEF, and FT/PT Ratio

Instructions: Analyze the data on FTEF, adjunct FTEF, and the full-time/part-time ratio
provided by Institutional Research and answer the following questions.

Table 4.01A. FTEF and Full-Time/Part-Time Ratio
(Fall and Spring semesters only)




1. What do the program data indicate? Identify any important trends and explain if necessary.

The data shows only part time faculty carried the program from 2006 to 2009. The welding

2. Does the FT/PT ratio affect the program? Are new faculty needed?

The welding program is growing. The student interest/demand shows classes are being filled
                                     4.02. Teaching/Service Time

Instructions: Fill in the data below and answer the questions that follow.

Table 4.02A. Teaching/Service Time

FT Instructor        Currently on leave Retired in last 2      FT hired in last 3
Name                 (yes/no)           years                  years                Load Reduction*
Danny Walker         No                 No                     Yes                  No




*e.g. reassignment, etc.

1. Given the data, how have these activities impacted the program?

The welding program at the Eureka Campus has offered an increase in courses due to the hiring of a

2. Will these and any other activities affect the program in the future?

The continued full time activity will allow the program to continue to serve an increasing student
                              4.03. Projected Personnel Needs

1. Describe how faculty and staff availability impacts this program. Include in the impact
statement, how Program Learning Outcome assessments are linked to the program needs.

Having sufficient faculty and staff directly impacts the success of student goals and learning
outcomes. Students currently have choice of four welding certificates and will have a welding
Note: New or replacement positions may be requested using the process described in the
annual update template (sections 6 and 7).
                         4.04. FT Faculty Development Activities

1. How have Faculty Professional Development Activities affected the program? Provide
examples of how these activities have improved program and course learning outcomes.

The limited time for outside of classroom and campus activities has not allowed the current
                                           Section 5
                                             Plans
                 This section relates to the following goal(s) of the college
                                  Strategic Master Plan:

Goal 1:   Enable student attainment of educational goals
Goal 2:   Develop and manage human, physical and financial resources to effectively
          support the learning environment
Goal 3:   Build a culture of assessment
Goal 4:   Contribute to the economic, cultural and social well-being of the North coast
          community
Goal 5:   Ensure student access
                                      5.01. Planning Assessment

Summary, Goals, and Recommendations

1. Summary
Describe the Program Strengths (Consider how these strengths can be marketed to the community and
provide suggestions to PR department)

Program strengths vary from equipment to curriculum and faculty. The welding program has

Describe the Program Weaknesses

Some weakness to consider are listed: (1) Until recently, the program had lack of full time faculty to

2. Vision and Goals
a. Based upon data from California 2025 and/or data from Institutional Research, briefly describe how
you would like your discipline to evolve in the next five years. In what ways does your current state
differ from your desired state?

According to proficiency rates on the California 2025 site, all students have steadily increased the

b. What specific goals and objectives would you like to achieve to move you toward your vision?

In order to maintain the current level of success, we need to maintain the level of faculty commitment.

c. What support from the college or district is needed to help you achieve your goals and objectives?

Support of a class assistant would require the college support to fund the position. Repairing class

d. What documentation/evidence will demonstrate that you are making progress toward achieving
your goals, objectives, and vision?

Institutional Research will provide documented student success rates and verify results.


3. Recommendations
List recommendations for program improvement generated by this report in the box below. List these
by number and use these numbers in the Quality Improvement Plan described below. (copy and paste
one QIP grid for each recommendation)

(1) Provide under roof weather proof work space, (2) Provide a faculty assistant, (3) Repair ventilation
The Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) is intended to assist the program in thinking and planning for a
minimum of the next three years. The purpose of the QIP is to provide a format for translating both
the comprehensive review recommendations into actions for improving or maintaining the quality of
the program; it is also a mechanism for administrators to determine input to the planning process.
Because this document will be used to inform planning processes, it is very important that all the
requested information be provided.
The Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) is intended to assist the program in thinking and planning for a
minimum of the next three years. The purpose of the QIP is to provide a format for translating both
the comprehensive review recommendations into actions for improving or maintaining the quality of
the program; it is also a mechanism for administrators to determine input to the planning process.
Because this document will be used to inform planning processes, it is very important that all the
requested information be provided.

QIP Chart Format
Recommendation #1     Provide under roof weather proof work space
Recommendation        Install a cover over the existing concrete slab and walls on the windward side.
Planned               Unknown
Implementation Date
Estimated             Unknown
Completion Date
Action/Tasks          Check into cost of installation.
Measure of            Students will benefit with restoration of original work space which was lost
Success/Desired       due to the Machine Tool Computer Lab expansion.
Outcome
Estimated Costs       The cost is being researched.
Who is responsible?   Mike Peterson/ Danny Walker
Consequence if not    The welding lab is cluttered with existing equipment. We can weld outside
funded                when the weather is good. Seasonal weather limits the outside use of the
                      existing area.

Recommendation #2      Provide a faculty assistant
Recommendation
Planned               Unknown
Implementation Date
Estimated             Unknown
Completion Date
Action/Tasks          Hire class assistant.
Measure of            Students will benefit from more "one on one" instruction.
Success/Desired
Outcome
Estimated Costs       Unknown A thought has been to hire a part time class assistant. One possible
                      canidate is a retiring Coast Guard person. She has suggested a way to be
                      partially paid by sources other than CR funding. It may be worth looking into?
Who is responsible?   Unknown
Consequence if not    Students will receive the same amount of instruction. This is good but could be
funded                enhanced.

Recommendation #3 Fix ventilation system
Recommendation        Repair the ventilation system to not pickup fumes from the wood shop.
Planned               Unknown
Implementation Date
Estimated             Unknown
Completion Date
Action/Tasks          Repair the ventilation system to not pickup fumes from the wood shop. An
                      inspection was done and the shrouds are rotted away and the fan out of balance.

Measure of            Clean air.
Success/Desired
Outcome
Estimated Costs       Unknown
Who is responsible?   Unknown
Consequence if not    Continuing intermittent problem of students in contact with vapors. The
funded                AT142 lab would have even better exhaust of welding fumes.

Recommendation #4      Install a hard line of Argon from existing system across the lab to the new TIG
                      weld stations
Recommendation        In order to save on cylinder rental fees, we could outfit our new TIG stations
                      with regulators as all our other weld booths.
Planned               Unknown
Implementation Date
Estimated             Unknown
Completion Date
Action/Tasks
Measure of            Students will have a more consistant supply of weld gas at the weld stations
Success/Desired       and the class fees will not be affected with an increased cost due to extra gas
Outcome               cylinders.
Estimated Costs       Approximately four lengths of 1/2" black pipe plus fittings
Who is responsible?
Consequence if not    The cost of $72.00 per year per station (2), and the routine changing of
funded                cylinders when empty.

Recommendation #
Recommendation
Planned
Implementation Date
Estimated
Completion Date
Action/Tasks
Measure of
Success/Desired
Outcome
Estimated Costs
Who is responsible?
Consequence if not
funded

Recommendation #
Recommendation
Planned
Implementation Date
Estimated
Completion Date
Action/Tasks
Measure of
Success/Desired
Outcome
Estimated Costs
Who is responsible?
Consequence if not
funded
                                     5.02. Resources

Resource requests may be included in the annual review only

1. Describe how resource availability impacts this program. Include in the impact statement,
how Program Learning Outcome assessments are linked to the resource needs. Resources
may include alteration or additions to existing facilities, as well as technology including
computer equipment and software, or any other equipment to support your discipline or
program of study.

Learning welding is a process which requires knowledge and performing welding is a "hands


Note: Requests for resources should be described through the processes described in the
annual update template (sections 8 and 9).
                              5.03. Student Services Resources

Are the following Student Services Resources adequate to support your Program?

Admissions & Records                        EOPS
Counseling                                  CalWORKS
Financial Aid                               Residence
Career Services                             Upward Bound
DSPS                                        Student Conduct

1. Describe how Student Services Resources availability impacts this program.

The above resources seem to adequately support our students with one exception. Some students
                                        5.04. Budget

Budget Resources

Consider the following budget categories:
          Supply and Printing,
          Equipment Replacement, Repair and Maintenance
          Professional Development
          Work-Study
          Additional Items

1. Is the funding for these areas adequate? If not, describe the impact of unaddressed needs on
your discipline or program. If the program receives restricted funding, describe how this
impacts the program.

The funding for the welding program is minimal with $1750.00 to create an annual budget for
                        Welding Expenditures 2010-11 (July 1, 10 - June 31, 11)
    Date         Item and description       Vendor   Labor Cost-parts   Tax   Ship   Total PO
→                                                                                      0.00
→                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                       0.00
                                                                                       0.00
                                                                                       0.00
                                                                                       0.00
                                                                                       0.00
                                                                                       0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
           NEW                                                                        0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
                                                                                      0.00
uly 1, 10 - June 31, 11)                                      Budget WELDING EXPENSES:0956.5 - 2009-10
ost-parts   Tax   Ship   Total PO/Req. # Invoice#       Object Code       Description       Projected        Actual    Balance
                           0.00                     1      54300     Instructional Supplies       -              -          -
                           0.00                     2      54650    Maintenance Supplies            -            -          -
                           0.00                     3      54720           Tools <200               -            -          -
                           0.00                     4      54730    Miscellaneous Supplies 1,250.00              -     1,250.00
                           0.00                     5      55520            Laundry                 -            -          -
                           0.00                     6      55610       Equipment Repair             -            -          -
                           0.00                     7      55620       Equipment Rental             -            -          -
                           0.00                     8      55922     Printing Code 495602      500.00            -       500.00
                           0.00                                                                  1,750.00         -    1,750.00
                           0.00
                           0.00
                           0.00                         NOTE: The initial budget to split between Welding Technology (WT) and
                           0.00                         Machine Tool (MT) was $2500.00=Miscellaneous Supplies,
                           0.00                         $2500.00=Laundry Service, 1000.00=Printing ($6000.00=total) An agreed
                           0.00                         (between Nick Shull and Danny Walker) split allowed WT $1250 and
                           0.00                         $500. The code of our budget was unable (according to Vinci Adams and
                           0.00                         Matt Hansen) to be separated for MT and WT. The WT program now has
                           0.00                         a separate code for printing 495602 which should correct any excessive
                           0.00                         billing/ over charging to the WT account which occurred last year. The MT
                           0.00                         and WT programs are splitting an opening balance of $3500 which
                           0.00                         represents the 0956 allotment minus laundry which WT does not need at
                           0.00                         this time.
ES:0956.5 - 2009-10
rojected   Actual    Balance
     -         -          -
       -       -          -
       -       -          -
1,250.00       -     1,250.00
       -       -          -
       -       -          -
       -       -          -
  500.00       -       500.00
1,750.00        -     1,750.00


 Welding Technology (WT) and
aneous Supplies,
ing ($6000.00=total) An agreed
plit allowed WT $1250 and
(according to Vinci Adams and
 WT. The WT program now has
 should correct any excessive
hich occurred last year. The MT
 balance of $3500 which
dry which WT does not need at
                                           Section 6
                          Program Review Process Assessment
                 This section relates to the following goal(s) of the college
                                  Strategic Master Plan:

Goal 3:   Build a culture of assessment
                              6.01. Assessment of Self Study

1. What changes will make the self-study process more helpful to you?

The self study process is an ongoing assessment which is beneficial to the management of
                             6.02. Optional Program Summary

1. This is an opportunity for you to comment on the overall value and health of the Program.

The welding program has been an integral part of the college from its' start. The program is
Program / Department:
8. Needs Addendum

             Indicate new needs that have arisen since the last program review and provide an update on the status of needs addressed in the last program review.
            Please be as specific and as brief as possible. Some items may not have a cost per se, but reflect the need to spend current staff time differently. Please indicate the
            level of importance for your request and highlight how each request relates to the following:
                           - Student Learning Outcomes
                           - The CR Strategic Plan

            List and Update Additional Requests for Academic Year :                       2010 - 2011                                                Annual TCO*
                                                                                                             Importance   Request Status   Cost per item    Number     Total Cost  PRC
Request #
                                                                                                                                                           Requested   of Request Approval
            Request Type                               Description and Details


    1       Facilities       Item #1 request from 2009-10 P R = Ventilation                                  Medium       Still Needed     Unknown
            Reason:          Ventilation picks up vapors from Woodshop area
            Outcome:         Inspection shows worn out fan housings
            Facilities       Item #2 request from 2009-10 P R = Room heat control
                                                                                                                          No Longer
    2       Reason:          Uncomfortable room temperature conditions                                       Medium
                                                                                                                          Applicable
            Outcome:         Timers set as needed by maintanence staff


                                                                                                                          No Longer
    3       Equipment        Item #3a request from 2009-10 P R = TIG welding machines                        Medium
                                                                                                                          Applicable
            Reason:          Limited equipment for course size of 20 students
            Outcome:         DOL grant funding purchased new machines

                                                                                                                                        Unknown
    4       Facilities       Item #3b request from 2009-10 P R = floor space/work area                       Medium       Still Needed research is
            Reason:          Work space reduction for student work space                                                               being done
            Outcome:         Student learning Outcomes enhanced


            Facilities       Item #4 request from 2009-10 P R = Outside lighting                                          No Longer
    5                                                                                                        Medium
            Reason:          Students need work space                                                                     Applicable
            Outcome:         Student learning Outcomes enhanced
            Facilities       Item #5 reuest from 2009-10 P R = lighting
                                                                                                                          No Longer
    6       Reason:          Weld booth lights out                                                           Medium
                                                                                                                          Applicable
            Outcome:         Allows student use of weld booth

                                                                                                                                        Unknown
    7       Facilities       Item #6 from 2009-10 P R = Emergency lighting                                     High       Still Needed research is
            Reason:          Existing emergency lighting does not function                                                             being done
            Outcome:         Provide safety in the event of power outage


            Facilities       Item #7 from 2009-10 P R = exterior stair lights                                             No Longer
    8                                                                                                          High
            Reason:          Saftey for stair way at night                                                                Applicable
            Outcome:         Saftey for stair way at night = completed




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Exp01        Exp02      Exp03       Exp04     Exp05      Exp06      Exp07        Exp08    Exp09    Exp10      Exp11

 These Columns are customized to address specific information relating to certain types of requests. If additional
           headings do not appear for your request item, you do not need to fill out these columns.

Ventilatio               Seats /               White      Room
n/ Room        ADA      Workstati     PC /     Board /   Number /
 Temp?        Access?     ons        Laptop    ELMO      Location     Other


Ventilatio     ADA       Seats /      PC /     White      AT142
                                                          Room
n/ Room       Access?   Workstati    Laptop    Board /   Number /     Other


          Program:                                  AT142
 New (N) New (N) Location        Is there
    or        or    (i.e Office, existing How many
Replaceme Continuin Classroom Infrastruc    users  Maintena          Repair?     Equipmen Number of
 nt (R)?   g (C) ?     , etc.)    ture?    served? nce Fees          Yes/No        t Age   Repairs  Primary   Secondary


  N+R                    AT142                   20         0          No          40+      N/A
Ventilatio               Seats /               White      Room
n/ Room        ADA      Workstati     PC /     Board /   Number /
 Temp?        Access?     ons        Laptop    ELMO      Location     Other


                                                                    work space
Ventilatio               Seats /               White      Room
n/ Room        ADA      Workstati     PC /     Board /   Number /
 Temp?        Access?     ons        Laptop    ELMO      Location     Other


Ventilatio     ADA       Seats /      PC /     White      Room
n/ Room       Access?   Workstati    Laptop    Board /   Number /     Other



Ventilatio               Seats /               White      Room
n/ Room        ADA      Workstati     PC /     Board /   Number /
 Temp?        Access?     ons        Laptop    ELMO      Location     Other



Ventilatio               Seats /               White      Room
n/ Room        ADA      Workstati     PC /     Board /   Number /
 Temp?        Access?     ons        Laptop    ELMO      Location     Other




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                                                                                                  Unknown
    9                                                                         Low   Still Needed research is
         Equipment   Item from equipment section 2009-10 P R
                                                                                                 being done
         Reason:     Repair Lincoln arc welder indicators
         Outcome:    Student ability to moniter amperage settings on welder




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          Program:
 New (N) New (N) Location        Is there
    or        or    (i.e Office, existing How many
Replaceme Continuin Classroom Infrastruc    users  Maintena   Repair?   Equipmen Number of
 nt (R)?   g (C) ?     , etc.)    ture?    served? nce Fees   Yes/No      t Age   Repairs  Primary   Secondary


                     AT142                 80                  YES      47 years    10




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                                                                                                                Unknown
   10                                                                                    Medium   Still Needed research is
         Equipment    Item from equipment section 2009-10 P R
                                                                                                               being done
         Reason:      Repair Crescent Spot welder
         Outcome:     Allows student use of weld machine


                                                                                                  No Longer
   11                                                                                    Medium
         Equipment    Item from equipment section 2009-10 P R                                     Applicable
         Reason:      Track Burning machine electric motor burned out
         Outcome:     Allows student use of straight line OAC process


                                                                                                  No Longer
   12    Equipment    Item from equipment section 2009-10 P R Idealarc welding machine   Medium
                                                                                                  Applicable
         Reason:      One of four TIG machines for 20 students
         Outcome:     DOL grant funding purchased a new machine



                                                                                                  No Longer
   13                                                                                     High
         Staffing                                                                                 Applicable
                      Hire full time faculty (position has been filled (02- 2011)
         Reason:      The welding program has not replaced FT faculty since 1991
         Outcome:     Students will be able to complete certificates and degree

                                                                                                                Unknown
         Facilities   Installation of an argon gas line to our new welding station                  New
   14                                                                                    Medium                research is
         Reason:      Electrical power run to new machines but not shielding gas.                  Request
                                                                                                               being done
         Outcome:     A cost savings of extra cylinder rental will be deleted.

   15    Reason:
         Outcome:

   16    Reason:
         Outcome:

   17    Reason:
         Outcome:

   18    Reason:
         Outcome:

   19    Reason:
         Outcome:

   20    Reason:
         Outcome:




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          Program:
 New (N) New (N) Location        Is there
    or        or    (i.e Office, existing How many
Replaceme Continuin Classroom Infrastruc    users  Maintena        Repair?   Equipmen Number of
 nt (R)?   g (C) ?     , etc.)    ture?    served? nce Fees        Yes/No      t Age   Repairs  Primary   Secondary


                       AT142                  20                    YES      47 years     1
          Program:
 New (N) New (N) Location        Is there
    or        or    (i.e Office, existing How many
Replaceme Continuin Classroom Infrastruc    users  Maintena        Repair?   Equipmen Number of
 nt (R)?   g (C) ?     , etc.)    ture?    served? nce Fees        Yes/No      t Age   Repairs  Primary   Secondary


          Program:
 New (N) New (N) Location        Is there
    or        or    (i.e Office, existing How many
Replaceme Continuin Classroom Infrastruc    users  Maintena        Repair?   Equipmen Number of
 nt (R)?   g (C) ?     , etc.)    ture?    served? nce Fees        Yes/No      t Age   Repairs  Primary   Secondary


                                                20                  Yes      47 years     1
             Faculty?
              (If yes,
              attach
              faculty    Full-Time
             request      / Part-
  TCP          form)       Time      Tutor?



Ventilatio                Seats /             White      Room
n/ Room       ADA        Workstati    PC /    Board /   Number /
 Temp?       Access?       ons       Laptop   ELMO      Location   Other


                                                         AT142




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         Heating/Cooling, Doors, Ventilation, Safety, ADA, etc.


         Heating/Cooling, Doors, Ventilation, Safety, ADA, etc.


         Programmatic or Departmental needs- kilns, brakes analyzers, welders, microscopes, DIEM, etc.


         Heating/Cooling, Doors, Ventilation, Safety, ADA, etc.


         Heating/Cooling, Doors, Ventilation, Safety, ADA, etc.


         Heating/Cooling, Doors, Ventilation, Safety, ADA, etc.


         Heating/Cooling, Doors, Ventilation, Safety, ADA, etc.


         Heating/Cooling, Doors, Ventilation, Safety, ADA, etc.


         Programmatic or Departmental needs- kilns, brakes analyzers, welders, microscopes, DIEM, etc.


         Programmatic or Departmental needs- kilns, brakes analyzers, welders, microscopes, DIEM, etc.


         Programmatic or Departmental needs- kilns, brakes analyzers, welders, microscopes, DIEM, etc.




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         Programmatic or Departmental needs- kilns, brakes analyzers, welders, microscopes, DIEM, etc.


         Part-Time/Full-Time, Temporary/Permanent, Staff/Faculty, Student Workers, Tutors, etc.


         Heating/Cooling, Doors, Ventilation, Safety, ADA, etc.


                #N/A


                #N/A


                #N/A


                #N/A


                #N/A


                #N/A




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                                     District Data Tables
Table 2.01 Enrollments




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2.02 Course Success Rates




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Table 2.03 Course Retention Rate




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Table 2.04 English and Mathematics Basic Skills Data for Course Success (F2005-F2008)




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Table 6.01 – Faculty Load Distribution by semester




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