Intro to Aviation
The Air Academy Introduction to Aviation is designed for students interested in entry-level positions in the aviation industry. Instruction includes rules and regulations, airport operations, aircraft maintenance, and employability skills. Students will learn about the infrastructure supporting aviation, including airports, aviation organizations, and types of aircraft. Students will prepare for and take the Federal Aviation Administration’s private pilot ground written exam and may earn a Certificate of Proficiency upon completion.
Applied Manufacturing teaches the principles of machining and metal cutting using modern machine tools, hand tools, and precision measuring tools. Students will learn how to operate modern CNC equipment as used industrially in rapid prototyping and production. Students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency upon completion and will be eligible to take an exam to earn a NIMS credential as part of their coursework.
Bilingual Medical Terminology is designed for bilingual students who are fluent in English and Spanish to learn how to communicate in Spanish in a medical setting. They will learn the necessary medical terminology to refer to the external and internal parts of the body, common illnesses, and different types of medication. They will acquire medical Spanish conversation, reading, and listening comprehension skills, as well as cultural insights. Students may earn a Certificate of Completion.
Computer Aided Drafting and Design
Computer Aided Drafting and Design will cover the technical skills of current the technical skills of current industry methods, tools, and conventions, and expose students to career pathways in manufacturing and design fields. In this project-based class, students will consider and solve problems of form, space, and function while understanding the environmental, social, and aesthetic impact of design through the latest software. Students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency upon completion.
Emergency First Responder
Emergency First Responder will prepare students with an understanding of basic anatomy and physiology. Students will learn to understand and diagnose the nature and seriousness of a patient’s condition or extent of injuries to assess requirements for emergency medical care. Students will practice emergency medical care based on assessment findings of a patient’s condition. Emergency First Responder will prepare students to lift, move, position and otherwise handle patients in emergency situations to minimize discomfort and prevent further injury. Students will learn about the field of emergency medicine as a career option. Students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency upon completion.
In Film Production, students will learn the creative, technical and business skills needed to successfully create films, from concept to post-production. Using professional equipment and software, students will create a short film submission for film schools, a portfolio, and a variety of creating writing samples including treatments and scripts, and at least one submission for a film festival. Students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency upon completion.
Game Design Studio
Game Design introduces game programming principles while students explore career-related interests in 2-D animation, 3-D animation, game design, and commercial art. Students will learn the history, culture, and genres of video games and animation while they collaborate on group projects Students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency upon completion.
Intro to Networking
This course will cover the fundamentals of computer hardware and software and advanced concepts such as security, networking, and the responsibilities of an IT professional. Students who complete this course will be able to describe the internal components of a computer, assemble a computer system, install an operating system, and troubleshoot using system tools and diagnostic software. Students will also be able to connect to the internet and share resources in a networked environment. Topics include mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones and client-side virtualization. Expanded topics include the Microsoft windows operating system, security, networking, and troubleshooting. Hands-on lab activities are an essential element of the course.
Mechatronics Design Lab
The Mechatronics Design Lab focuses on the intersection of electrical and mechanical engineering, computer science, product design, and manufacturing. Using a design focus, students learn how to apply the principles of mechatronic systems in designing a racing robot. Students will become familiar with the inner workings of CPU board, write code and utilize soldering techniques. This hands-on lab offers students the opportunity to work within real-world constraints of design, computer controls, and mechanical engineering. Upon completion students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency.
Residential and Commercial Construction
Building and Construction provides an introductory overview of the various materials used in construction. After receiving an introduction into fundamental principles students learn about common construction methods and building details. Students will experience construction methods in demonstrations and hands-on projects. Furthermore, material applications and detailing in structural and non-structural building components will be explored. Upon completion students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency and qualify for OSHA certification.
Sound and Music Production
Sound and Music Production students study every audio element in studio, live, broadcast and field recording. They will learn the basics of audio, physics of sound, recording, and mixing through hands-on experiences with state-of-the art equipment. Students will build sound engineering knowledge for a solid foundation in their audio career. We will cover production for radio, TV, theater, and live events. Students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency upon completion.
Sports Medicine Exploration
Sports Medicine Exploration is designed to introduce students to the world of physical medicine. Students will learn: sports medicine, chiropractics, and the art of personal training. This course is designed to broaden the students’ knowledge of the field of physiology and will place a special emphasis on clinical skills and proficiencies including: creative rehabilitative techniques, therapeutic modalities, prevention, recognition, and care of injuries and overall wellness. Students may earn a Certificate of Proficiency upon completion.
These classes are held at Career Education Center in Camarillo. You may register and pay for Career Education Center Courses online at https://cec.gosignmeup.com