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Career Tech Programs
03/23/2015
ADV. MANUFACTURING
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Advanced Manufacturing (ADM)

Industrial and Engineering Career Cluster

Career Pathways

Technician to Engineer

  • CNC Setup Operator
  • Quality Control Technician
  • Machine Technicians
  • CAD Designer
  • Mechanical Engineer
  • Industrial Engineer
  • Civil Engineer
  • Materials Engineer

Junior Year

  • Blueprint Reading and Geometric Dimension and Tolerancing
  • Safety/Machine Tool Set-Up and Basic Machining Skills
  • Measurement, Layout and Fabrication/Bench Tools
  • OSHA 10 hr CareerSafe Certification
  • Basic CNC (Computer Numerical Control)
  • Basic CNC Set-up
  • Communication/Teamwork
  • Introduction to Technology
  • NUMS (National INstitute for Metalworking Skills)  Machining Level I Training

Senior Year

  • Advanced Turning Operations
  • Advanced Milling Operations
  • Advanced Blueprint Reading
  • Introduction to CAD/CAM
  • Intro to Computed Assisted Part Programming
  • Advanced CNC Programming
  • Advanced CNC Machine Set-up
  • Metallurgy and Quality Assurance
  • Guest Speakers/Tours/Internships

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certification
  • Credentials from the National Institute of Metalworking Skills (NIMS)

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community College - Articulated College Credit - 9 credits Post-Secondary Funding Options

ALLIED HEALTH TECH
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Allied Health Technology (AHT)

Health Services Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • Registered Nurse
  • Radiology Technician
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Respiratory Therapist
  • Licensed Practical Nurse
  • Physician
  • Clinical Lab Technician
  • Physical Therapy
  • Dietitian
  • Research
  • Veterinarian
  • Pharmacy Tech
  • Pharmacist

Junior Year

  • Medical Terminology
  • Introduction to Health Science
  • Safety
  • Infection Control
  • Leadership Training
  • Health Care Systems
  • Communication Skills
  • Emergency Care
  • Nutrition
  • Basic Nursing Skills

Senior Year

  • Advanced Medical Terminology
  • Legal Issues
  • Career Exploration
  • Medical Math
  • Job Seeking Skills
  • Human Growth and Development
  • Employability Skills
  • Personal Qualities
  • Advanced Nursing Skills

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Anatomy in Clay Lab
  • Medical Terminology I and Advanced
  • Basic clinical procedures
  • Accurate vital sign measurements
  • Understanding of Medical ethics and the law
  • Application of the scientific method
  • Knowledge of environmental safety rules
  • Knowledge of infection control practices

Certifications

  • American Heart Association-FIrst Aid/Bloodborne Pathogens
  • American Heart Association-CPR/BLS/AED for Healthcare Providers
  • National Healthcare Foundation Skills Assessment
  • OSHA CareerSafe Certificate

Articulated College Credits

  • Lakeland Community College 5 Credits
  • Bryant and Stratton College

ARCHITECTURE & MGMT.
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Architecture & Project Management (APM)

Industrial and Engineering Career Cluster

 

Career Pathways

  • Architect
  • Project Engineer
  • Project Manager
  • Superintendent
  • Safety Director
  • General Foreman
  • Designer
  • Project Estimator
  • Surveyor

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certification
  • NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) Core

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community College - 12 credits

 

 


AUTO COLLISION REPAIR
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Automotive Collision Repair (ACR)

Transportation Systems Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • Painter and Custom Painter
  • Instructor
  • Shop Owner
  • Specialized Refinishing
  • Insurance Estimator
  • Structural Repair

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Shop Safety
  • Use of Hand tools
  • Use of Power Tools
  • Rust Repair
  • Sheet  Metal Repair
  • Body Panel Replacement
  • Fiberglass Repair
  • Plastic Repair
  • Fundamentals of Unibody
  • Fundamentals of Frame Repair
  • Custom Fabrication
  • Custom Painting
  • MIG Welding
  • Detailing
  • Customer Service

Junior Year

  • Welding
  • Refinishing
  • Minor Collision Repair
  • Entry Level Skill Modules
  • Custom Painting
  • I-CAR Curriculum

Senior Year

  • Mastery of Junior Level Skills
  • Customer Service
  • Live Repairs: following customer order to completion
  • Emulation of Auto Body Shop Experience
  • Individual Projects/Senior Internships
  • I-CAR Curriculum

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe
  • I-CAR Credit Opportunity for Pro-Level 1
  • EPA 40 Refinishing Requirements

Articulated College Credit

  • Ohio Technical College: Advanced placement in Auto Collision Repair and Refinishing Technologies courses is available through I-CAR Certification or passage of OTC Advanced Placement tests.
  • Cuyahoga  Community College (Tri-C)
  • Universal Technical Institute

The I-CAR vision is that every person in the collision repair industry has the information, knowledge and skills required to perform complete, safe and quality repairs for the ultimate benefit of the consumer.


AUTO TECH
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Automotive Technology (AUT)

Transportation Systems Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • Dealer Technician
  • Independent Shop Technician
  • Service Writer
  • Diagnostician
  • Service Manager
  • Lube/Tire Technician
  • Alignment Specialist
  • Engine Machinist
  • Part Store Manager 
  • Owner/Operator
  • Diesel Technician
  • Alternative Fuels
  • Transmission Rebuilder

Junior Year

  • Brakes
  • Steering/Suspension
  • Basic Maintenance
  • Basic Electronics

Senior Year

  • Advanced Car Systems 
  • Engine Performance/Diagnostics
  • Advanced Electrical Systems/ABS
  • Engine Repair

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Basic car maintenance, oil changes, transmission services, and tune-ups
  • Proper tire repair according to Rubber Manufacturers Association (RMA) Standards
  • Computer spin balancing using the latest technology in road surface variation 
  • Computerized 4-wheel alignments
  • Testing of on-board computer systems and check engine lights using scan tools
  • Basic electronic theory, Ohm's Law, series and parallel circuits
  • Hydraulic brake theory and operations 
  • ABS brake systems and diagnosis of electric systems involved 
  • Oxy-fuel torch cutting and basic MIG welding

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certificate
  • National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation-Brakes/Electrical/Engine Performance/Steering & Suspension
  • S/P2 - Safety & Pollution Prevention

Articulated College Credit

Students may earn credit in brakes and steering/suspension at college level.

  • Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C)
  • Ohio Technical College
  • University of Northwestern Ohio
  • Universal Technical Institute

"Auburn gave me the confidence and capabilities to excel in the workplace as an automotive technician." John Mader, Former Student 


BUSINESS MANAGEMENT TECH
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Career Pathways

  • Fundamentals of Business
  • Business Law
  • Management
  • Finance Foundations
  • Entrepreneurship

Junior Year

Student will:

  • Identify the importance and need for law in business, while learning the legal and ethical practices of companies, as well as the laws surrounding them
  • Develop viable business models for launching, growing and expanding a business
  • Participate in student organizations

Senior Year

Student will:

  • Understand the principles surrounding business management practices through real-life application, internship opportunities, and college bound coursework
  • Participate in student organizations

Program Outcomes

  • Aquire knowledge of business processes, economics and business relationships
  • Learn to manage a workforce, lead change, and build relationships with employees and customers
  • Examine all aspects of business law including the judicial system, differences between types and orgins of laws, administrative and employment laws and laws impacting individuals and businesses
  • Obtain fundamental knowledge and skills in accounting, banking services, corporate finance, insurance, securities and investments
  • Obtain skills in marketing communications, marketing management, marketing research, merchandising and professional selling
  • Technology, leadership and communication skills will be incorporated in classroom activities

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe
  • Microsoft Digital Literacy

 Articulated College Credit

  • Kent State University, Geauga – 6 credits
  • Lakeland Community College – 9 credits

COMP. NETWORKING
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Computer Networking (CNT)

Information Technologies Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • PC Technician
  • Computer Operator
  • PC Support Specialist
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Network Technician
  • Network Maintenance and Operations
  • Security Systems Technician 

Junior Year

Student will:

  • Study for OSHA, IC3 GS4, A+ Certifications
  • Compete in SkillsUSA competitions

Senior Year

Student will:

  • Study for Network+ and CISCO Certifications
  • Compete in SkillsUSA competitions

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Demonstrate knowledge of the impact of technology on society
  • Perform computer applications (word processing and spreadsheets)
  • Install and configure software and programs
  • Operate and maintain software programs
  • Install computer systems (monitor, keyboard, disk drive, and printers)
  • Provide support and training
  • Use technology to research, develop and complete classroom assignments  and projects
  • Basic skills of reading, writing, comprehending, listening, and speaking are critical to daily life

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe
  • Microsoft Digital Literacy
  • IC3  (Internet and Computing  Core Certification)/ GS4 Global Standard 4
  • CompTIA  A+ (901-902), CompTIA Network+(N10-006), CISCO (CCENT) Certifications

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community College 15 credits
  • Bryant and Stratton College

 

"My plan is to save money by using the articulated college credits available at Lakeland to help me pursue a four year degree in Computer Software Engineering." Joshua Pilon, Madison High School, Class of 2012.  


CONSTRUCTION
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Construction (CON)

Contsruction Technologies Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • Carpenter: Rough and Finish
  • Project Manager
  • Electrician
  • Roofer
  • Mason
  • Designer/Builder
  • Remodeling Contractor
  • Home Builder
  • Siding Contractor
  • Plumber
  • Cost Estimator
  • Contruction/Building Inspector
  • Architechtural Drafter
  • Surveyor

Junior Year

  • Work safely and study safety procedures
  • Operate power tools and equipment
  • Learn entry level construction skills for summer employment

Senior Year

  • Practice high level construction skills, including:
  • rafters, wiring, trim work, and plumbing;
  • Learn to work as a member of a team
  • Work towards high level employment

Program Outcomes

Successful Completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Carpentry, rough framing, roof construction, remodeling, finish work, cabinets, stairs and railings
  • Electrical: wiring, switches, single-pole, three-way and four-way main panel, 120-Circuit, 220-Circuit and electrical codes
  • Masonry: block, brick and stone work, work sites and layout footers
  • Plumbing: copper pipes, ABS and PVC piping and installing fixtures
  • Roofing: rafters, sheeting, shingles, venting and flashing
  • Drywall: hanging and finishing work, ceilings
  • Painting and finish work
  • Trim Work: interior doors, casing, baseboards, railings and crown molding
  • Siding: vinyl, wood and shake

Certifications

  • CareerSafe OSHA
  • NCCER (National Center for Constructon Education and Research) Core & Level I Construction Technologies

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community College - 6 credits

COSMETOLOGY
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Cosmetology (COS)

Hospitality and Human Services Career Cluster

 

Career Pathways

  • Hair Designer
  • Color Specialist
  • Nail Technician
  • Salon Owner
  • Make-up Artist
  • Skin Care Specialist
  • Salon Product Representative
  • Cosmetology Instructor

Junior Year

  • Safety
  • Sanitation
  • Braiding
  • Scalp/Hand/Arm/Facial Massage
  • Shampooing/Conditioning
  • Blow Drying and Thermal Styling
  • Rollers and Formal Styling
  • Manicuring
  • Make-up Application
  • Paraffin Dip
  • Cutting, Curling and Perming
  • Pin Curls and Fingerwaving
  • Coloring and Highlighting
  • Waxing

Senior Year

  • Students run a salon open to the public
  • Advanced Techniques
  • Facial Masks and Packs
  • Acrylic Nails
  • Nail Art
  • Pedicures

Program Outcomes

Internship

  • 120 hour unpaid internship required
  • Student placed in local salons

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certificate
  • Ohio State Board of Cosmetology License, upon successful completion of State Board Licensure Exam in Columbus

Articulated College Credits

Lakeland Community College 3 credits


CULINARY
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Culinary Arts (CUL)

Hospitality and Human Services Cluster

Career Pathways

  • Chef
  • Assistant Chef
  • Food Supervisor
  • Maître d'
  • Banquet Chef
  • Front Desk Clerk
  • Waiter or Waitress
  • Salesperson
  • Appliance Demonstrator
  • Dietary Aide
  • Caterer
  • Baker
  • Guest Relations Specialist
  • Sous Chef
  • Food/Beverage Director
  • Line Cook
  • Host or Hostess
  • Baker's Assistant

Junior Year

  • Workplace Safety
  • Knife Skills, Stocks and Sauces
  • Equipment Identification
  • Prep-work for AUburn Room Restaurant
  • Providing Service to Guest and Community
  • Recipe Understanding and Development
  • Kitchen and Management Essentials
  • FCCLA Competitions

Senior Year

  • Restaurant Project and Display
  • Serving and cooking for Auburn Room Restautant
  • Nutrition
  • Marketing and Cost Control
  • Purchasing and Inventory
  • Global Cuisine
  • FCCLA Competitions: Team, Pastry, Garde Manager

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the senior year program will provide the student with:

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certificate
  • National Restaurant Association ServSafe Certification
  • ProStart Year 1 Certification
  • Prostart Year 2 Certification

Certificate of Achievement In order to obtain the ProStart Certificate of Achievement, students must gain foodservice industry experience by working in a paid internship for a minimum of 200 hours. This certificate will qualify for college credit and for direct employability in the food service industry.

Articulated College Credit

  • Cuyahoga Community College (Tri-C) 7 credits
  • Hocking College 16 credits
  • University of Akron 3 credits
  • The Culinary Institute of America

 

 


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PREP
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Electrical Engineering Prep (EEP)

Industrial and Engineering Career Cluster

 

Career Pathways

  • Electrical Engineer
  • Electronic Technician
  • Soldering Technician
  • Residential Electrician
  • Industrial Electrician
  • Computer Repair Technician

Junior Year

  • Introduction to Technology
  • Multi-meter Measurements
  • D.C. Circuits and Network Theorems
  • Soldering Methods and Systems
  • A.C. Theory and Generation
  • Analog Devices

Senior Year

  • A.C. Test Equipment
  • Inductance and Capacitance
  • Time Constants and Transients
  • Transformers and 3 Phase Power
  • Relays and Switches
  • Wiring Methods and NEC Code
  • Ladder Diagrams and PLC's
  • Power Suppliers and Amplifiers
  • Industrial Motor Control
  • Robotics and Engineering Principles

 

Program Outcomes

Succesful completion of the program will provide the student with knowledge and skills of electrical wiring, systems, components and controls.

Certifications

  • OSHA 10 Hr. Safety Certification
  • ETA (Electronic Technician Association) Certified Electronic Tech
  • NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) Core and Level I Electrical

EMERGENCY MED.
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Emergency Medical Services (EMS)

Health Sciences Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • Paramedic/Firefighter
  • EMS Educator
  • Life Flight Nurse
  • ER/Critical Care
  • Registered Nurse
  • Physician's Assistant
  • Physician
  • Respiratory Therapist
  • Emergency/Disaster Management Specialist
  • EMS Dispatcher
  • Police Officer

Junior Year

  • Ohio Health Care Foundations Curriculum:
    • Anatamy
    • Medical Terminology
    • Medical Legal Issues
  • Introduction to Emergency Management
  • Homeland security and Public Safety Careers

Senior Year

  • Ohio EMT Basic Curriculum
  • Clinicals November - May; ER, Squad, 911 Center
  • Preparation for National Registry Test
  • Reinforcement of Anatomy
  • Patient Care
  • Documentation

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certificate
  • State of Ohio EMT-Basic, upon successful completion of State Exam, taken after age 18
  • American Health Association-CPR/BLS/ for Healthcare Providers
  • Pediatric Emergency Care for Pre-Hospital Providers (PEPP)
  • National Incident Management System (NIMS) 100 & 700

Articulated College Credits

  • Lakeland Community College 5 Credits
  • CTEMTB002-Emergency Medical Technician-Basic (EMT-B) at institutions offering this course - 7 credits

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HVAC
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Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVC)

Construction Technologies Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • Air Conditioning Service Technician
  • Building Contractor
  • Commercial Service Technician
  • HVAC Mechanic/Technician 
  • Residential Maintenance
  • Business Owner 
  • Plumber 

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

School to Apprenticeship Program

  • Eligible students participate in coordinated job site vists to identify their area of interest.
  • Students who meet the employer requirements work full-time in paid positions during the summer and their senior year.
  • This experience may be applied toward the requirments of an apprenticeship.
  • After graduation students have the option for full-time employment in a registered apprenticeship leading to a journey person status.

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certificate
  • CFC Refrigeration Recovery and Recycling Equipment Certification
  • HVAC Excellence Certification
  • NATE Certification (North American Technician Excellence, Inc.)
  • ICE industry Competency Exam
  • NCCER (National Center for Construction Education and Research) Certification

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community Collage - 12 credits 

INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE SERVICES
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Maintenance and Environmental Services (MES)

Career Pathways

  • Applied computer use
  • Blueprint reading
  • Construction math
  • Electronic soldering
  • Hand and power tools
  • Linear measurement
  • Machining: lathe, mill
  • Mechanical drawing
  • Plumbing
  • Precision measurement
  • Residential wiring
  • Rigging
  • Safety
  • SkillsUSA Club, leadership skills
  • Woodworking
  • Welding

 

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Automotive technician
  • Carpenter
  • Custodial Maintenance
  • Electrician
  • Landscaper
  • Machinist
  • Maintenance Mechanic
  • Plumber
  • Welding Technician

 

 

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certificate
  • National Healthcare Foundation Skills Assessment
  • NCCER Core (National Center for Construction Education and Research)
  • Custodial Maintenance Technician

INFORMATION SUPPORT & SERVICES
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Information Support & Services (ISS)

Information Technologies Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • PC Technician
  • PC Support Specialist
  • Help Desk Technician
  • Computer Operations Technician
  • Software Application Specialist
  • Web Application Development

Program Snapshot

ISS is a two year program of study focused on all aspects of computer technology. ISS is delivered in an engaging project based method of instruction allowing the student to learn in a hands-on realistic learning environment along with Web-based learning which allows the student to learn at an individual pace.  ISS core subjects are:

  • Computer Hardware
  • Computer Software 
  • System Analysis
  • Basic Robotics
  • Computer SOftware Applications, including:
    • Microsot Office Suite
    • Basic Web Design
    • Programming
    • Databases
    • Basic Photo/Video/Audio editing

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills of Languages and Applications

This program prepares students to :

  • build, evaluate, troubleshoot and maintain computers both hardware and software
  • determine and use the best application program(s) to use for a process
  • engage in the world with 21st Century  Employability Skills

Certifications

  • CompTIA A+ (801-802
  • IC3  (Internet and Computing  Core Certification)/ GS4 Global Standard 4
  • Microsoft Digital Literacy
  • OSHA Career Safe

Articulated College Credit

Lakeland Community College 7 credits

“If you’re interested in technology from the top down, learning how businesses operate on a daily basis, or how to contribute to the efficiency of an organization, let us help you blend this knowledge with your love of technology!  This program is the perfect combination of information and certifications, and would be a great start for endless career opportunities.” -John Dicks, Systems Engineer


INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA
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Interactive Multimedia Technology (IMT)

Information Technologies Career Cluster

 

Career Pathways

  • Graphic Design
  • Marketing/Advertising
  • Public Relations
  • Multimedia Technician
  • Educator/Trainer
  • Production Assistant
  • Live Events & Staging
  • Corporate Communications
  • Web Designer
  • Broadcasting
  • Interactive Media Producer
  • Digital Imaging Designer
  • Industrial Design
  • Game Design/Animator
  • Audio/Video Production
  • Photographer/Writer

 

Program Outcomes

Successful completion will provide the student with the following skills & knowledge:

  • Computer applications (office applications, presentation audio, video, graphics, animation and image editing)
  • Operation and maintenance multimedia production equipment: digital still and video cameras, audio/video recording equipment and lighting
  • Creation of multimedia content (audio, video and digital content)
  • Web page basics
  • Graphic design principles
  • Interactive multimedia production
  • Business and customer service concepts

Certifications

  • Adobe Certified Associate
  • IC3 (Internet and Computing Core Certification)
  • CareerSafe OSHA

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community College up to 13 credits
  • Virginia Marti College of Art and Design up to 2 courses

INTERNET PROGRAMMING
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Internet Programming & Development (IPD)

Information Technologies Career Cluster

 

Career Pathways

  • Web Application Developer
  • Applications Specialist
  • Web Site Developer
  • Web Designer
  • Mobile Applications
  • Database Support Specialist
  • Entry Level Database Administrator

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:


Knowledge and Skills of Languages and Applications

HTML5, CSS3, PHP, SQL, Action Script

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe
  • IC3 (Internet and Computing Core Certification/Global Standard 3)
  • MDL (Microsoft Digital Literacy)

 

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community College - 10 credits
  • Bryant and Stratton College - 3 credits

LANDSCAPE HORTICULTURE
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Landscape Horticulture (LND)

Agriculture and Enviornmental Services Career Cluster

 

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Auburn Career Center Students do a Landscape Makeover

Part 1 Pattie Group

Part 2 Pattie Group

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and skills

  • Plant anatomy and physiology
  • Planting and managing growth of crops
  • Plant growth and production management
  • Plant control
  • Horticulture safety practices
  • Operation of machinery and equipment
  • Business leadership, sales, customer service
  • Technology operations
  • Soil management practices
  • Identification and selection of landscape plants

 

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certification
  • Ohio Certified Nursery Technician and Landscape Certification

 

Articulated College Credit

  • Cuyahoga Community College - 9 credits

PATIENT CARE TECH
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Patient Care Technician (PCT)

Health Sciences Career Cluster

 

Career Pathways

  • Phlebotomist
  • Veterinary Technician
  • EKG Technician
  • Registered Nurse
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Ophthalmic Assistant
  • Patient Care Technician
  • Health Unit Coordinator

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Project Professional image
  • Identify the spiritual and cultural aspects of patient care
  • Assist with terminal care
  • Care for patients with special needs
  • Obtain certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid
  • Demonstrate knowledge of anatomy/physiology
  • Demonstrate knowledge of common diseases
  • Explore human development and aging
  • Deliver quality patient care

Certifications

  • CareerSafe OSHA
  • American Red Cross Community First Aid and Safety/CPR/AED/Bloodborne Pathogens
  • EKG National Certification
  • Phlebotomy National Certification

Articulated College Credit

  • Lakeland Community College - 4 credits 

SPORTS MEDICINE
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Sports Medicine (SMD)

Health Sciences Career Cluster

 

Career Pathways

  • Orthopedic Physician
  • Athletic Trainer
  • Physical Therapist
  • Surgical Nurse
  • Personal Fitness Trainer
  • Sports Psychologist
  • Physical Education Teacher
  • Prosthetic Design: Fitter or Technician

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certification
  • National Healthcare Foundation Skills Assessment
  • American Heart Association-CPR/AED
  • Personal Fitness Trainer Certification Option

Articulated College Credits

  • Lakeland Community College - 4 credits 

TEACHING PROF. PATH.
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Teaching Professions Pathway (TPP)

Education and Training Career Cluster

 

Career Pathways

  • Elementary Teacher
  • Middle School Teacher
  • High School Teacher
  • Special Education Teacher
  • Sports Instructor 
  • School Counselor 
  • Child Psychologist
  • Coach

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the students with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Orientation to teaching profession
  • Subject matter knowledge
  • Communication skills
  • Effective learning environments
  • Classroom management
  • Planning instruction
  • Understanding the learner (K-12)
  • Teaching strategies
  • Technology skills
  • School/society relationships

Articulated College Credit

  • Potential introduction to Education course at any state college or university in Ohio
  • Lake Erie College - 9 credits
  • Lake Erie College $1,000 scholarship opportunity 

Certifications

  • OSHA CareerSafe Certificate
  • American Health Association CPR and First Aid Training
  • Child Abuse Training
  • Bloodborne Pathogens Training
  • Communicable Disease Training

WELDING
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Welding (WLD)

Industrial and Engineering Career Cluster

Career Pathways

  • Welder
  • Ironworker
  • Millwright
  • Welding Technician
  • Sheet Metal Worker
  • Metal Fabricator
  • Ship Builder
  • Pipe Welder
  • Nuclear Power Plant Worker
  • Boilermaker
  • Business Owner

Program Outcomes

Successful completion of the program will provide the student with:

Knowledge and Skills

  • Welding, SMAW, GMAW, GTAW, FCAW and OFC
  • Cutting Operation - Oxy-fuel, plasma and carbon arc
  • Pipe Welding - AMSE, API and AWS
  • Welding quality control and destructive and non-destructive testing
  • Blueprint reading and interpretation of drawing symbols
  • Safety and housekeeping
  • Fabrication
  • Basic Math, measuring, calipers and micrometer

Certifications

  • OSHA Careersafe Certificate
  • American Welding Society D1.1


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