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CORONA VIRUS UPDATE

 SCHOOL CAMPUS CLOSURES and distance learning extended through end of school    year for Oxnard  Adult School. DISTANCE LEARNING resources for our students   available below: 

Actualización del coronavirus

 CIERRE DEL CAMPUS ESCOLAR y aprendizaje a distancia extendido hasta el   final del   año   escolar para Oxnard Escuela Para Adultos.  

 Recursos de APRENDIZAJE A DISTANCIA  para nuestros estudiantes adjuntos:

 

 Returning HSD and HSE students: Contact one of our counselors via email:

Alexa Sanchez alexa.sanchez@oxnardunion.org  

Valeria Balderrama valeria.balderrama@oxnardunion.org

 

 

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DISTANCE LEARNING/ APRENDIZAJE A DISTANCIA

Primer paso para iniciar APRENDIZAJE A DISTANCIA – Crear tu Cuenta de Google (Gmail). 
How to Create a Google (Gmail) Account – Spanish Includes link to Google, visual steps as well as a support YouTube Video.

Seguno paso para iniciar APRENDIZAJE A DISTANCIA – Comuníquese con su maestro(a) utilizando su cuenta de Gmail.

Como Crear tu Cuenta de Google (Gmail)
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Welding

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student is working with a welding machine

Welding I – Beginning

This course is designed for the student who wants to develop the knowledge and skills essential to obtain an entry‐level job in the welding industry. The subject matter of this course includes: welding theory and skill development in gas welding and cutting, arc welding, wire feed welding (MIG), Heli‐arc (TIG) and Plasma cutting. These skills are obtained through practical exercises and the design and construction of welded projects. This course is designed for the student who wants to develop the knowledge and skills essential to obtain an entry‐level job in the welding industry.

Instructor Section Location Class Dates                                           Days Hours Fee           Materials Fee
Rodriguez 6160 CEC-3 Aug. 28 –  Jan. 22, 2020 M, W  5:30 pm – 9:00 pm $750 See Price List

Welding II – Advanced

This course provides students with an understanding of manufacturing processes and systems common to careers in welding and related industries. This instructional program prepares individuals to use both gas welding (OAW) and any combination of arc welding processes (SMAW, GMAW, GTAW) to weld metal parts and plan and layout materials as specified by diagrams, blueprints, or written specifications. Representative topics include the interpretation and layout of welded and assembled‐part prints, mechanical bonding, joining, cohesive bonding, adhesive bonding, and mechanical fastening. It prepares individuals to fabricate and assemble a variety of products and includes instruction in layout; the sequence of design; the construction of templates and fixtures; and the positioning, aligning, fitting, and welding of parts.

Instructor Section Location Class Dates                                           Days Hours Fee           Materials Fee
Rodriguez 6160 CEC-3 Jan. 27 – Jun. 1, 2020 M, W 5:30 pm – 9:00 pm $750 See Price List
Welding Course Recommended Materials and Approximate Costs
Cutting Glasses – shade #5 $10 Welding Cap $6 Gloves – ARC $6
Safety Glasses $10 Leather Jacket $75 Gloves – MIG $25
Welding Hood $100     Gloves – TIG $25


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