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1101 W. Second Street, Oxnard, CA 93030 Main# 805-385-2578 Fax#805-385-2581
Oxnard Adult School is closed through May 1, 2020. If your class is allowing online/distance work, you will be notified by the teacher or department. 
Current students: Contact your instructors for specific instructions for your class and information regarding course completion. Select your program from the boxes below 
Returning HSD or HSE students:  Contact one of our counselors via email for re-enrollment requirements: 
Alexa Sanchez: alexa.sanchez@oxnardunion.org
Valeria Balderrama: valeria.balderrama@oxnardunion.org
 
La Esculea de Adultos de Oxnard está cerrada hasta el 1 de mayo de 2020. El maestro o el departamento le notificará  si su clase permite el trabajo en línea / a distancia. 
Estudiantes activos: Comuníquense con sus intrucores para obtener instrucciones específicas para su clase e información sobre la finalización del curso.  Seleccione su progama en cualquiera de los cuadros a continuación.
Estudiantes de reingreso en HSD o HSE:  Contacten  a una de nuestras consejeras por correo electrónico para conocer los requisitos de reinscripción.
Alexa Sanchez: alexa.sanchez@oxnardunion.org  Valeria Balderrama: valeria.balderrama@oxnardunion.org
 

 

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ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE    INGLES COMO SEDUNDO IDIOMA

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CITIZENSHIP
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CLASE DE  CIUDADANIA

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HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA PROGRAM

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HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PREPARATION

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EQUIVALENCIA DE PREPATORIA EN ESPAÑOL

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MEDICAL CAREERS
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COMPUTER BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
CLASES DE COMPUTACION

Welding

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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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