AUTOCAD - SOC 17-3012

AutoCad for Electrical/Mechanical
Tuition: $2,700 ($450/month)
Material/Books: $110
Duration: 72 clock hours (6 months)
Prerequisites: MS Word

Schedule:
Start: May 7, 2019 End: October 29, 2019
Classroom # 203

Course Description: A commercial software application for 2D and 3D computer-aided design (CAD) and drafting. Students will learn standard procedures for producing designed working drawings of a structure on Electrical or Mechanical devices. Indicating fasteners and joining requirements from engineering data. Upon completion, students may be able to find positions such as AutoCAD Drafters, Mechanical CAD Drafters and Electrical CAD Drafters.

AutoCad for Architectural Design
Tuition: $3,600 ($600/month)
Material/Books: $110
Duration: 72 clock hours (6 months)
Prerequisites: MS Word

Schedule:
Start: May 7, 2019 End: October 29, 2019
Classroom # 203

Course Description: AutoCad for Architectural Design is one of the biggest technology providers to engineering, architecture construction, manufacturing media, and entertainment industries. It offers complete 3D design, engineering, and entertainment software that enables the student to design, visualize, simulate, and publish ideas before they are built or created. Moreover, Autodesk continues to develop the comprehensive portfolio of state-of-the-art CAD software for global markets. AutoCAD delivers a comprehensive set of productivity tools/commands that allow users to create stunning designs, efficiently document progress, and enhances engineering and architectural drawing precision. AutoCAD is very comprehensive in its ability to create 2D and 3D drawings. With AutoCAD, you can share your designs with your clients, sub-contractors, and colleagues in smart new ways. Upon completion, students may be able to find positions in Junior Designer and Architectural Drafters.

***Equipment used by instructor and students: Book, computer, and program software.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test.

This course is designed to provide students with knowledge in the Computer Numeric Control (CNC) programming concepts and in a manufacturing setting. Students will learn CNC program using GeoPath software.

Tuition: $2,700 ($450 per month)
Material/Books: $95
Duration: 96 clock hours (6-months)
Prerequisites: MS-Word (Level I)

Schedule:
Start: April 1, 2019 End: January 27, 2020
Classroom # 203

***Equipment used by instructor and students: Book, computer, and program software.
The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: Student will learn how to write programs for Lathe machines by using MasterCam software. Students will also learn how to communicate between computer software and machines. Upon completion students may be able to find positions such as Machinist or CNC Programmer Machinist.

Tuition: $6,000 ($500 per month)
Material/Books: $259
Duration: 288 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites:

Schedule:
Start: June 03, 2019 End: May 30, 2020
Classroom # 202

***Equipment used by instructor and students: Book, computer, and program software.
The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course covers the fundamentals of financial accounting and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles that will be applied in a business environment. Students will learn how to use Microsoft Excel and QuickBooks software to aggregate financial data efficiently. They will also learn procedures on how to account for accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll, creating invoices and tracking expenses. Additionally students will be able to prepare and analyze financial statements. Upon completion, students may be able to find positions such as Accounting Clerks, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, and Bookkeepers.

 

Tuition: $3,000 ($250 per month)
Material/Books: $160
Duration: 288 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: None
Classroom # 202

Schedule:
Start: January 3, 2019 End: December 29, 2019
March 4, 2019 February 28, 2020
June 3, 2019 May 29, 2020
September 2, 2019 August 28, 20120
December 2, 2019 November 28, 2020

***Equipment used by instructor and students: Book, computer, and program software.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course teaches students how to use software that is used in the workplace. Students will learn Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Access as well as 10-key program to perform daily office duties. Upon completion students will be prepared to find positions as administrative assistants and secretaries.

Tuition: $3,600 ($300 per month)
Material/Books: $75
Duration: 144 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: Microsoft-Words

Schedule:
Start: April 1, 2019 End: March 28, 2020
July 1, 2019 June 28, 2020
Classroom # 202

***Equipment used by Instructor and Students: Book, computer, program software, Motherboard, PC power supply, CPU, Chipsets, Controllers, Memories etc.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course teaches the fundamentals of computer hardware. Students will learn how to build, repair, and upgrade computers. Hands-on training includes installing new hardware devices and software programs. Students will be able to configure and troubleshoot personal computer issues and problems. Upon completion, students may be able to find positions such as Information Technology Specialists, Information Technology Technicians and Software Technicians.

 

Tuition: $5,400 (450 per month)
Material/Books: $350
Duration: 288 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: MS-Word

Schedule:
Start: TBA
Classroom # 202

***Equipment used by instructor and students: Book, computer, and program software.
The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test

License Requirements
In order to submit application for the exams, applicants must:
- Complete the Business Law course,
- Have 4 years of experience as a journeyman, foreman or supervisor, contractor, or an owner-builder.
- Have a working capital of at least $2,500
- File a bond with the Registrar in the amount of $10,000
Applying to get your License
The exam fee is included with the $300 application fee. The initial license fee for two years is an additional $180. An application for licensure can be obtained from the California Contractors State License Board by calling 1-800-321-2752.

Work That Can Be Done Under This License
An Electrician Contractors License in California is required for projects that exceed $500.
An Electrician Contractors License in California installs, maintains, and repairs electrical wiring, equipment, and fixtures. Electricians ensure that work is in accordance with relevant codes. May install or service street lights, intercom systems, or electrical control systems. Excludes "Security and Fire Alarm Systems Installers"

Course Description: This residential and commercial electrical maintenance course provides students with knowledge of electrical wiring and electrical code. The course covers Properties and splicing of Conductors, Circuit Calculation, General Electrical Equipment, Batteries, Transformers, Solid State Devices, Relay, PLC, Generators, Wiring Motors, Electrical Lighting, and National Electrical Code. The course also prepares student for the exam from State Board.

Tuition: $3,000 ($250 per month)
Material/Books: $100
Duration: 288 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: None
Classroom # 201

Schedule:
Start: March 4, 2019 End: February 28, 2020
June 3, 2019 May 30, 2020
September 3, 2019 August 29, 2020
December 2, 2019 November 29,2020

Classroom # 202

***Equipment used by instructor and students: Book, modular soldering station, series magnifier, oscilloscope, microscope, SMT system, DC power supply, cutters, pliers, tweezers, cables, wires, electronic fan, digital multi-­‐meter, semiconductors, IC’s, diodes, and transistors.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in the electronics assembly field. Students will learn how to touch-up, solder, re-work using PC board and SMT (Surface Mount Technology) as well as how to read blue prints and schematics. Upon completion students may be able to find positions such as Electronic assemblers, Solder Technicians and Wiring Operators.

Tuition: $5,400 ($450 per month)
Material/Books: $125
Duration: 288 clock hours (12-months)
Prerequisites: High School Diploma

 

Schedule:
Start: May 6, 2019 End: April 28, 2020
August 5, 2019 July 29, 2020
Classroom # 202

***Equipment used by instructor and students: Book, modular soldering station, series magnifier, oscilloscope, microscope, SMT system, DC power supply, cutters, pliers, tweezers, cables, wires, electronic fan, digital multi-­‐meter, semiconductors, IC’s, diodes, and transistors.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in the electronics field. Course covers AC/DC concepts and principles, analog & digital circuit, logic gates, Flip-­‐Flop, binary counter and shift registers. Students will also learn how to read and analyze circuits from schematics as well as to troubleshoot circuit design. Upon completion, students may be able to find positions such as Wiring Operators and Product Design Interns.

 

Tuition: $4,200 ($350 per month)
Material/Books: $350
Duration: 288 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: High School Diploma

Schedule:
Start: March 4, 2019 End: February 28, 2020
June 3, 2019 May 30, 2020
September 2, 2019 August 30, 2020
Classroom # 202

Equipment used by instructor and student: Books.
The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on final exam.

License Requirements
In order to submit application for the exams, applicants must:
- Complete the Business Law and Trade course,
- Have 4 years of experience as a journeyman, foreman or supervisor, contractor, or an owner-builder,
- Have a working capital of at least $2,500 and
- File a bond with the Registrar in the amount of $10,000.

Applying to get your License
The exam fee is included with the $300 application fee. The initial license fee for two years is an additional $180. An application for licensure can be obtained from the California Contractors State License Board by calling 1-800-321-2752.

Work That Can Be Done Under This License
A General Building Contractors License in California is required for projects that exceed $500. A General Building Contractor in California is principally involved with any structure built that is for the support, shelter, and enclosure of persons, animals, chattels, or moveable property of any kind that requires in its construction the use of at least two unrelated trades.

Course Description: This course prepares student for the Contractors State License Boards (C.S.L.B) license. The course covers:
- Business law: Business organization, Business financial, Employment requirements, Bonds, insurances and liens, Contract requirements and execution, Licensing requirements, Safety requirements, Public works
- Trade: The codes, structures and safety regulations relating to the classification of the licenses they want to get. Candidate will learn to read the blue prints, do the estimation with various projects. Candidate will learn test strategies and practice tests on computer to get familiar with test formats for real examination.

 

Tuition: $3,600 ($300 per month)
Material/Books: $178
Duration: 144 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: MS-Word

Level 1: Photoshop $3,600 ($300 per month)
72 clock hours (6 months)

Level 2: Illustrator $3,600 ($300 per month)
72 clock hours (6 months)
Schedule:
Start: June 03, 2019 End: May 28, 2020
Classroom # 203

***Equipment Used by Instructor and Student: Book, computer, and program software.
The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in the Desktop Publishing field. Students will learn how to edit images, create logos, graphics for print using Photoshop and Illustrator. Upon completion students may find positions such as Graphic Designers and Production Associates.

 

Tuition: $5,400 ($450 per month)
Material/Books: $100
Duration: 144 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: None

Level 1: Machinist Set up and Operator $2,700 ($450 per month)
72 clock hours (6 months)

Level 2: Machinist Set up in Advance $2,700 ($450 per month)
72 clock hours (6 months)

Schedule:
Start: February 4, 2019 End: January 30, 2020
May 6, 2019 April 30, 2020
August 5, 2019 July 30, 2020
November 4, 2019 October 30, 2020

Classroom # 203

***Equipment used by instructor and student: Book. Hands on training and practice will be taken at a machine shop.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course provides student with theory and hands-on experience necessary for a Machinist Setup and Operator position. Students will learn basic machine tool skills; identify components, measure parts and how to interpret blueprints. Students will also learn how to operate, set up and debug Mill machines at the workshop*. Upon completion, students may be able to find positions such as Machinists and Machinist Operators.

*Workshop: VTN Manufacturing Inc. - 901 Boggs Terrace, Fremont, CA 94539

Tuition: $5,400 ($450 per month)
Material/Books: $270
Duration: 144 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: Computer Technology

Schedule:
Start: May 03, 2019 End: April 28, 2020
Classroom # 203

 

***Equipment used by instructor and student: Book, computer, and program software.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in computer networking field. Students will be introduced to network security principles, protocols sniffers/analyzers, TCP/IP, Cisco IOS software, Cisco VPN client and Web-based resources. Upon completion students may be able to find positions such as Technology Support Associates and Computer Technicians.

Tuition: $3,600 ($600 per month)
Material/Books: $275
Duration: 96 clock hours (6 months)
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of electronic parts.

 

Schedule:
Start: June 03, 2019 End: November 28, 2019
December 2, 2019 May 30, 2020
Classroom # 203

***Equipment Used by Instructor and Student: Book, computer, and program software.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course is designed to provide students with the fundamental of Printed Circuit Boards Designs. Students will learn how to use Allegro software to create parts, draw schematics, design and layout PC boards. Upon completion, students may be able to find positions such as PCB Designers and Lab Technicians.

 

 

Tuition: $1500 ($250 per month)
Material/Books: $100
Duration: 72 clock hours (6 months)
Prerequisites: None

Schedule:
Start: June 03, 2019 End: November 28, 2019
Classroom # 203

Equipment used by instructors and students: Books (Real Estate Principles, Real Estate Finance, and Real Estate Practice.)

License Requirements
Students must successful completed three college-level from an institution approved by California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE) and Students must take an exam from CalBRE to obtain the license. Those who pass the examination are provided a license application which must be submitted to and approved by the CalBRE.
This license is required of individuals who conduct licensed real estate activities as described in the Real Estate Law under the supervision of a licensed broker. A license may also be obtained by a person who does not immediately intend to be employed by a broker. However, a salesperson without an employing broker may not perform acts requiring a real estate license.
Applying to get license
An applicant for any real estate license must submit one set of classifiable fingerprints, acceptable to the State Department of Justice (DOJ). An applicant may be fingerprinted after applying for examination or after passing the examination.
To be fingerprinted, take the Live Scan Service Request (RE 237) to a participating live scan service provider. There is a $49 fingerprint processing fee and also a live scan service fee which should be paid directly to the live scan provider (not to the CalBRE). After the live scan service provider takes the fingerprints, submit a copy of the Live Scan Service Request (RE 237) with Part 3 completed to the CalBRE.

The exam fee is $60 and the license fee is $245. Fees are non-refundable.

Course Description: The course prepares individuals to take the Real Estate Salesperson exam from California Real Estate State Department. Topics include Real Estate Principles, Finance and Real Estate Practice.

Tuition: $5,400 ($450 per month)
Material/Books: $136
Duration: 144 clock hours (12 months)
Prerequisites: Graphic Design

Schedule:
Start: June 03, 2019 End: November 28, 2020
Classroom # 203

***Equipment used by instructor and student: Book, computer, and program software.

The passing score to earn a certificate is 70% or higher on overall grade include Homework, Quiz, Midterm and final Test
No internship or externship is required.

Course Description: This course is designed to help students in development and maintenance of websites. Students will learn how to design web pages using HTML and CSS code as well as enhance web pages using text formatting, color, graphics, images, and multimedia. Upon completion, students may be able to find positions such as Web Designers and Web Review Specialists.