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SHASTA-TRINITY REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAM

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STAFF
Dani Pavone
ROP Career Education Specialist
530-365-2741 ext. 20022
 

CHILD DEVELOPMENT & EDUCATION

Careers with Children
 
The Careers with Children course is designed to help students who are interested in working with children in a school setting, within varying age groups from 0-8yrs.  This experience provides entry-level job skill training at a worksite classroom.  Students learn and apply developmentally appropriate skills and techniques, which reflect the latest research in Early Childhood Development.  Upon completion of the course, the student will be able to:
 
  • Identify the historical roots of Early Childhood Education
  • Define different Early Childhood Education program types, delivery systems, licensing and regulation structures
  • Describe the relationship of observation, planning, implementation and assessment, as an effective strategy for learning
  • Identify practices promoting positive classroom management, guidance, communication and problem solving
  • Demonstrate an understanding of ages and stages of childhood development
  • Define criteria strategies for children with special needs
  • Exhibit proficiency in the following areas according to the Employability Rubric: Responsibility, Communication, and Reliability
  • Articulated with Shasta College (up to 3 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certifications: Educational Para Professional, First Aid, CPR
 
 
Child Psychology
 
The Child Psychology program is designed to prepare students to pursue a career in Family and Human Services. Students will also obtain employment and management skills, such as positive guidance, professional behavior and standards, and laws and regulations related to the field. Students apply this knowledge in a variety of early childhood programs and family services organizations. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to: 
 
  • Define different Early Childhood Education program types, delivery systems, licensing and regulation structures
  • Summarize child care and development standards, licensing, regulations, and codes
  • Implement the principles and practices of good nutrition, health and safety for infants and children
  • Communicate and interact effectively with families and communities
  • Demonstrate an understanding of ages and stages of childhood development
  • Define criteria strategies for children with special needs
  • Exhibit proficiency in the following areas of the Employability Rubric: responsibility, communication and reliability
  • Child growth and development
  • Nutrition and health practices
  • Learning theories
  • Developmentally appropriate practices and curriculum activities
  • A-G approved by CSU and UC (G – Elective)
  • Articulated with Shasta College (up to 5 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certifications: Educational Para Professional, First Aid, CPR

FOOD SERVICES & HOSPITALITY

Restaurant Occupations

 The Restaurant Occupations course is designed to prepare students for success in the food service and hospitality industry, as well as progress academically into higher education.  The course combines scientific principles with real world applications of food preparation and nutrition.  The course also emphasizes a sound theoretical foundation for applied restaurant activities.  Course objectives are achieved by integrating actual restaurant and catering operations, which is an ongoing process in keeping up-to-date with the current food service needs and trends.  This course is offered at the ROP Restaurant, which is a small restaurant open to the public and located in the Shasta County Office of Education building in Redding.  *Internship opportunities and advanced industry certification are available in the 2nd-year, Advanced Restaurant Occupations course.
 
Major Topics:
 
  • Safety & Sanitation
  • Scientific Method/Experiments
  • Quality Customer Relations
  • Culinary Utensils & Equipment
  • Weights & Measures
  • Culinary Essentials
  • Safe Knife Handling Skills
  • Culinary Nutrition & Food Science
  • Pantry Skills -- Salads & Garnishes, Sandwiches & Appetizers
  • Baking Food Preparation
  • Meat, Poultry & Seafood
  • Stock & Sauces
  • Controlling Foodservice Costs
  • Menus & Marketing
  • Career & Job Skills
  • *Internship opportunities are available to 2nd-year students who exhibit initiative and express a desire to train in the industry
  • A-G approved by CSU and UC (G – Elective)
  • Articulated with Shasta College (up to 5 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certifications: National Registry of Food Safety Professionals (NRFSP) Food Handler & Food Safety Manager, Precision Exams & Career Skills, Culinary Arts, Culinary management, 21st Century Skills Success 

HEALTH SERVICES

Patient Care Technician
 
This course introduces students to both direct patient care and indirect care provided by various hospital departments.  It provides a general over view of the medical field, as well as job opportunities and basic office procedures.  
 
Major Topics:
 
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Medical Terminology
  • Basic Nursing Skills
  • Personal Hygiene
  • Patient Preparation
  • Vital Signs
  • Charting, Feeding, Bathing
  • Patient Nourishment/Dietary Needs
  • Communication Skills
  • Legal Issues
  • Dress Code & Code of Conduct
  • Work Force Preparation & Job-seeking Skills
  • A-G approved by CSU & UC (G – Elective)
  • Dual Enrolled with Shasta College (up to 1 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certifications: First Aid, CPR
 
 
Medical Scribe Specialist
 
This program is two years in length, and is designed to give the student the opportunity to acquire specific knowledge and skills to work as a medical scribe specialist.  The student acquires patient care knowledge and skills in the classroom, with the possibility of participating in a community classroom site. In order to enroll in this course as a senior, students must meet the minimum academics requirements in the Patient Care Technician course, taken junior year.
 
Major Topics:
 
  • Allied Health
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • HIPAA
  • Infection Control
  • General Health
  • Nutrition
  • Medical Terminology
  • Charting 
  • Communication Skills
  • Dual Enrolled with Shasta College (up to 8 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certifications: Medical Scribe Specialist

HUMAN SERVICES

Cosmetology & Barbering
 
These programs are designed to provide students with extensive Cosmetology or Barbering training and preparation, in order to take the California State Board exam to become a licensed Cosmetologist or Barber.  Once licensed, a person can immediately begin working in a salon or shop.  Cosmetology training is 1600 hours, and focuses on hair, skin, and nails. Barbering training is 1500 hours, and focuses on hair and skin. These courses are offered at the Shasta School of Cosmetology (SSC) campus in Redding.  *Students interested in the Cosmetology or Barbering program should contact their high school Career Center or guidance counselor for specific information on how and when to apply.
 
 
Major Topics for Cosmetology:
 
  • Technical Instruction Practical Operation
  • Cosmetology Act & the Board’s Rules & Regulations
  • Health & Safety Considerations
  • Disinfection & Sanitation
  • Bacteriology, Anatomy & Physiology
  • Hair Styling
  • Permanent Waving & Chemical Straightening
  • Hair Cutting
  • Hair Coloring & Bleaching
  • Facials: Manual, Electric & Chemical
  • Eyebrow Beautification & Makeup
  • Manicuring & Pedicuring
  • Artificial Nails & Wraps
  • Can earn up to 40 High School elective credits
  • Industry Certification: Cosmetology License
 
Major Topics for Barbering:
 
  • Cosmetology Act & the Board’s Rules & Regulations
  • Health & Safety Considerations
  • Disinfection & Sanitation
  • Anatomy & Physiology
  • Hair Styling
  • Permanent Waving & Chemical Straightening
  • Hair Cutting
  • Hair Coloring & Bleaching
  • Preparation & Performance – Shaving
  • Can earn up to 40 High School elective credits
  • Industry Certification: Barbering License

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

A+ Certification Computer Repair
 
This program is a one-year course: Students receive hands-on experience via one semester in class and one semester in a field experience internship.  The course is intended to prepare students for entry-level positions in the computer service industry and to attain the industry standard A+ Certification.
 
 Major Topics
  • Hardware & System Components
  • Peripherals
  • Troubleshooting
  • Customer Service Techniques
  • Networking
  • Mobile Devices
  • Articulated with Shasta College (up to 4 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certification: CompTIA A+ certification
 
 
CISCO Network Administration
 
CISCO is a two-year course completed in one year, and is designed to provide students with networking theory and industry standard hands-on experience in computer networking technology.  Prepares students for Industry Standard CCNA Certification.
 
Major Topics:
  • Configuring a Network Operating System
  • OSI Layers, Troubleshooting
  • Sub netting IP Networks, IPV4, IPV6
  • Routing Protocols (RIP, OSPF, EIGRP)
  • Switching Layer 2 and Multi-Layer
  • DHCP and NAT
  • Access Control Lists
  • WAN Protocols (PPP, HDLC, Frame Relay)
  • A-G approved by CSU and UC (G – Elective)
  • Articulated with Shasta College (up to 12 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certification: Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA)

PUBLIC SERVICES

Administration of Justice
 
This course provides students with basic skills and knowledge about law enforcement.  Students will explore the causes and remedies for crime and the history of law enforcement.  Students will also gain a comprehensive understanding of modern law enforcement agencies and court systems, at the local, state, and federal level.
 
 Major Topics:
 
  • Evidence
  • Crime Scene Investigation (CSI)
  • General Investigation
  • Red Cross Training/CPR
  • Community Relations
  • Decision Making/Life Skills
  • Firearm Training/Safety
  • Laws/Court Systems/Mock Trial
  • Professionalism
  • A-G approved by CSU & UC (G – Elective)
  • Dual Enrolled with Shasta College (up to 3 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certifications: First Aid, CPR
 
Public Safety 
 
This course covers basic fire awareness and Emergency Medical Service (EMS) training.  It is designed for students who are interested in become a Paramedic, Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), and/or a Firefighter.  This course is a prerequisite for the 2nd-year Advanced Firefighter Training course.
 
Major Topics:
 
  • Incident Command System
  • First Responder/EMS Training
  • Confined Spaces
  • Hazardous Materials
  • Articulated with Shasta College (up to 5.5 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certifications: Incident Command, Hazardous Material, Confined Space, Emergency Medical Response, First Aid, CPR
 
Advanced Firefighter Training
 
The Advanced Firefighter Training Program is divided into two, one-year courses.  Public Safety is the 1st-year and Advanced Firefighter Training is the 2nd-year. NOTE: This course is only available to seniors who have taken Public Safety in their junior year.
 
 Advanced Firefighter Training is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in firefighting and/or emergency medical services.  All hours must be completed and competencies attained before certifications are earned.
 
 Three Major Units:
 
Fire Suppression:  The first unit is designed to provide the student with basic fundamentals and training skills for the fire service, including fire suppression operations and techniques, philosophy and history of fire protection, careers in fire protection, fire behavior and chemistry, fire prevention and investigation, firefighting apparatus operation, and tactics.
 
 Wildland Firefighter Training:  This unit meets or exceeds minimum requirements for entry-level firefighter positions with the California Department of Forestry (CDF) and the United States Forest Service (USFS).
 
 Ride-along:  This unit is designed to provide the student with on-the-job work experience by spending time in a working fire station, responding to actual emergency situations, participating in fire prevention and public education programs, attending special training sessions and completing all necessary station and vehicle maintenance requirements.
 
Major Topics:
 
  • Fire Service Orientation & Indoctrination
  • Incident Command Systems
  • Hazardous Materials for First Responders
  • First Responder Emergency Medical Care
  • Fire Technology
  • Career Placement
  • A-G approved by CSU & UC (G – Elective)
  • Articulated with Shasta College (up to 3 units may be earned)
  • Industry Certifications: Wildland Fire, Fire Technology, Safety & Survival

TRANSPORTATION

Automotive Physical Science
 
This course is designed to give students the entry-level skills required to diagnose, service and repair modern vehicles.  Students may also work on their own vehicle in the ROP shop. Internship opportunities and advanced industry certification are available in the 2nd-year, Advanced Automotive Physical Science course. *3rd-year course available to adults only, and is fee-based.
 
Major topics:
 
  • Orientation & Evaluation
  • Safety Rules & Regulations
  • General Shop Practices
  • Technician's Tools
  • Service Manuals
  • Fluids, Oils & Lubricants
  • Cooling, Heating & Electrical
  • Automatic & Manual Transmissions
  • Brakes, Wheels & Tires
  • Fuel Exhaust & Emission Control
  • Engine Repair & Service Techniques
  • Parts Department Operations
  • Body & Fender Repair/Painting
  • Thinking & Problem Solving Skills
  • Employability & Communication Skills
  • A-G approved by UC & CSU (D – Lab Science)
  • Articulated with UTI, Articulated and Dual Enrolled with Shasta College (up to 6 units may be earned)
  • Approved by ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) & NATEF (National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation)
  • Industry Certifications: Engine, Brakes, Electric, Steering, Suspension, HVAC, Diagnostics, Transmission, brake & lamp, *CA Lic. Smog (available to adults - fee-based class)

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