Other CTE Courses at CEC

Auto Body Repair
Intro to Auto Technology
Auto Paint and Finishing
Residential and Commercial Construction
Applied Manufacturing
Floral Design
  • Auto Body Repair. Students will learn in an industry-standard shop on campus how to straighten and align the body of the vehicles to get them prepared to paint.
  • Auto Paint and Refinishing. Students will learn the process in its entirety from stripping cars to finished polished paint.
  • Intro to Auto Technology. NATEF students will learn the basic functions of each auto part and system. Students will learn how to change oil and fluids, replace brake pads, and other preventative maintenance procedures.
  • Advanced Auto Technology. Students will gain hand-on practice in diagnostics, adjustment and repair. This is the second year of a two-year program. Students who complete the course sequence will be eligible to earn NATEF Certification.
  • Medical Terminology and Bilingual (Spanish). Medical Terminology will equip students to communicate in Spanish in the medical industry. They will learn how to greet patients, obtain personal information, ask about symptoms, describe medical conditions, and medications. This class meets the pre-requisite requirement for our next level medical classes including CNA and Medical Office Administration.
  • Residential and Commercial Construction. Students will demonstrate carpentry techniques for the construction of a single-family residence, proper installation techniques of internal and external materials and finishes, employ sustainable construction practices, and install plumbing and electrical systems that adhere to industry standards. Students may be prepared and certified for an OSHA 10 safety certificate.
  • Intro to Computer Design and Technical Drafting. In this project-based class, students will solve problems of form, space, and function while understanding the environment, social, and aesthetic impact of design through the latest software.
  • Technology & Art of Engineering (STEAM). Technology and Art of Engineering students will learn basic skills in Computer Aided Drafting and Computer Aided Manufacturing and use these modeling and programming skills to print 3-D parts and machine parts of their own design.
  • Applied Manufacturing. Applied Manufacturing teaches the principles of machining and metal cutting using modern machine tools, hand tools, and precision measuring tools. Students will learn to use four basic machine tools: Lathe, vertical mill, drill press, and surface grinder. In addition, students will learn how to operate modern CNC equipment.
  • Intro to Aviation. 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.
  • Floral Design. Applied Ag Business with a floral design focus is designed to develop knowledge and skills in agricultural sales and marketing, and agricultural economics. Agribusiness concepts will be introduced in merchandising, advertising, sales, and operating a retail floral business.