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Career and Technical Education12940 East Foster RoadNorwalk, CA 90650(562) 860-1927SERVING THE COMMUNITYFOR 45 YEARSThe guide to your futureQuestions?SpringHigh School Students FREE2015 2016Affordable fee-based classesFallCall Southeast ROP at (562) 860-1927High School students see your high schoolcounselor to enroll.Course ScheduleRegister online or in personwww.southeastrop.org

2015/2016Southeast Regional Occupational Program12940 East Foster RoadNorwalk, CA 90650(562) 860-1927www.southeastrop.orgGoverning Board MembersMaynardLawPresidentABC UnifiedSchool DistrictChrisPflanzerKarenMorrisonVice PresidentMemberNorwalkLa Mirada UnifiedSchool DistrictNorwalkLa Mirada UnifiedSchool DistrictArminReyesHelen LeeMemberMemberABC UnifiedSchool DistrictBusiness and IndustrySoutheast ROP AdministratorsKathy Frazier, Ed.D.SuperintendentMarty SchaferDenise StrongSoutheast Academy High SchoolInstructional ServicesDebbie ColpeanSunny LeeAdministrative Services/Human ResourcesBusiness ServicesDirectorDirectorCoordinatorCoordinator2

Southeast Regional Occupational Program2015/2016Course Index / Table of ContentsFee-Based Adult ClassesCNA: Nurse Assistant Pre-CertificationDental AssistingMedical AssistingMedical Billing and CodingPharmacy TechnicianSurgical TechnicianWelding / Metal Fabrication5667789High School Classes for High School Students OnlyABC High SchoolsNorwalk La Mirada High SchoolsAfter School High School ClassesSoutheast Academy High School10111213About UsGoverning BoardSoutheast ROP AdministratorsJob Development & Career CenterMission Statement / Vision StatementCalendar of HolidaysArticulation / UC / CSU AccreditationAdult Registration InformationRegistration FormSchool Location MapInside Front CoverInside Front Cover161214, 15Online3Inside Back CoverAccredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.Approved by the California State Department of EducationMISSION STATEMENT: The mission of the SEROP is to provide all students with careertechnical education that will increase their academic and economic success. SEROP students willbe career and college ready with necessary industry-based skills to provide business and industrywith skilled employees for the emerging global market.VISION STATEMENT: Southeast Regional Occupational Program will be the premier industrydriven career technical education organization.The Southeast Regional Occupational Program is an equal opportunity employer and provides employment,instruction and other services without regard to race, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, national origin, gender, sexualorientation, age or impairment. Reasonable accomodations will be made for physical or mental limitations of ahandicapped person.1

2015/2016Southeast Regional Occupational ProgramAbout UsCALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL CENTERS AND PROGRAMS (CAROCP)Connect. Inspire. Achieve.CAROCP’s mission is to promote and support the regional delivery of exemplary career education, career development, and workforce preparation thatcontribute to student academic and career success and to the economic developments of California.Ninety percent of the fastest growing jobs in the U.S. require some form of education beyond high school, while most (80%)of all jobs in the foreseeable future will require some type of certification, credential, postsecondary degree or long-term training. Only 40 percent of these jobs require a four-year college degree. In today’s ever changing job market, young adults need toblend work and learning at earlier stages to accelerate their launch into full-time careers and/or further academic achievementin the 21st century.California’s new educational landscape is transforming to address the critical skills gaps facing many of the state’s high growthsectors, and to help build a pipeline of statewide talent who are college and work ready.California has both current and emerging educational policies that are working to align funding streams and processes froma regional perspective to ensure that students and learners are well prepared for academic achievement and technical skills. Andthe catalyst for this success is work-based learning in which students apply content and academic knowledge with a skills-learningexperience in a workplace setting, all within the context of the Common Core State Standards.A critical component of this regional alignment is California’s 72 Regional Occupational Centers and Programs (ROCP)that have been a strong and integral part of California’s educational system, CAROCP represents the 72 Regional OccupationalCenters and Programs (ROCPs) across California that have a 40-year history of maximizing opportunities for students to achievemarketable skills through regional delivery of career technical education classes that lead to college and/or career.On average, 93% of ROP courses offer work-based learning activities such as internships, filed trips, guest speakers, and jobshadowing. For every ROP course, approximately 7.6 businesses serve on local advisory boards and support a rigorous approachin developing industry-approved curriculum that is relevant in today’s economy.Get the facts. California Association of Regional Occupational centers and Programs (CAROCP)Connect. Inspire. Achieve.Registration ProcessHow to register for Southeast ROP classesHigh School Students in ABC & NLM:For classes held on your campus, see your counselor to enroll. High school students are free.Adults:Register Online: at www.southeastrop.org or bring completed registration form (page 3) to SoutheastROP registration department.Course Fees: There is a fee charged for classes. This includes the use of materials, equipment, and supplies. Please see class description for particular fee. Payment is due at time of registration. Textbooksand uniform fees are separate.Deposit Fee Policy: A 100 non-refundable deposit may be given prior to the class start date to hold aplace for the student. If payment is not received by the first day of class the student will be dropped fromthe program and deposit fees will not be reimbursed.Withdrawal Policy: Students withdrawing from a program may be responsible for outstanding programfees. Tuition fees will not be reimbursed.Refund Policy: Programs may be cancelled at any time due to low enrollment. If a program is cancelled,the program fee will be refunded or if space is available, the student may enroll into another program andfees will be transferred. If the new program fee is higher, the student is responsible to pay the difference.If the new program fee is lower, the student will be given a refund for the difference.No refunds will be given for dropping or not completing a program.HOLIDAYSThe following holidays will be observed:2015September 7November 11November 23 – 27Dec. 21 – Jan. 1, 20162016Labor DayVeteran’s DayThanksiving HolidayWinter Holiday BreakJanuary 18February 8February 15March 25March 28 - April 1May 30July 4 (observed)2Martin Luther King, Jr. DayLincoln’s BirthdayPresident’s DayGood Friday, Local HolidaySpring Break ABC, SEROP,and NLMMemorial DayIndependence Day

Southeast Regional Occupational Program2015/2016This form can be photocopiedREGISTRATION FORMSTUDENT INFORMATION PLEASE PRINTLast NameFirst NameM. InitialAddressSocial Security Numbero Maleo FemalePhoneZIP CodeCityPlease provide all information requested on both sides of the form. Incomplete forms will be returned.Birth DateEthnicity:School Districtin which youreside(mark one)o ABC USDo Norwalk-LaMiradao Other:oooooooNative Language:American IndianAlaskan NativeAsianPacific IslanderFilipinoHispanic African Americanooooooooooooo(not of Hispanic origin)o White(not of Hispanic origin)o nTagalogKoreanLaoArmenianRussianFarsiOther:Primary reason forEnrollment(mark one)oooooooooEarn H.S. DiplomaImprove SkillsGet a JobImprove Job Personal/Family GoalCitizenshipESLPrepare for Higher Ed.Other:The ROP may receive additional funding to serve adults enrolled in this program.The information requested will be kept confidential. Your assistance is appreciated.Highest Degree Earned(mark one)o Noneo GED Certificateo High School Diplomao Technical/Certificateo AA/AS Degreeo Bachelor Degreeo Graduate DegreeDisability(mark one if applicable)Check Yearly HouseholdIncome:Family Size (number)ooooooooooo 10,830 14,570 18,310 22,050 25,790 29,530 33,270 37,010 40,750 48,230or moreooooooLegally Blind Deaf or Hard-of-HearingOrthopedic DisabilityNon-PhysicalDevelopmentalOther:Are you a High Schoolstudent?o Yeso NoIf yes, which High School?:Which grade are you in?o 9 o 10 o 11 o 12SignatureMark all descriptions orprograms that apply to youooooooooooooooooooooCalWORKs RecipientGeneral ReliefFood StampsSSI Recipient Calif Training Benefits (EDD)TANFWIASingle Parent TransitionCal LearnWorkability Economically Disadvantaged Disabled Student Services ClientState Disability InsuranceRecipient Client of State/Private Rehab.Basic Skills DeficiencyDislocated WorkerDisplaced HomemakerLimited English ProficientCurrent MilitaryVeteranToday’s Date:Your signature acknowledges the information you have provided istrue and correct to the best of your knowledge.Complete reverse side of registration form to be processed.*See Privacy Notice on Reverse Side.3

2015/2016Southeast Regional Occupational ProgramCOURSE INFORMATION PLEASE PRINTSection CodeUse all 6 digitsTitleInstructorCourseFeeTotalYou must provide all informationon both sides of form to register.NOTE: Please include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.PBA PRIVACY NOTICE AND STUDENT CONSENT FORMYou may decide whether to provide your social security number and release the other information; it isvoluntary. If you do not wish to release this information, you can still enroll in work force educationand training programs, or in any other education program. Your grades will not be affected. Authority toask for your social security number for this purpose is in the California Unemployment Insurance Code,Section 15037.1.After you have read this form, please mark one of the choices below,then sign and date this form.STUDENT CONSENT (*Only students who are 18 years of age or older, and not enrolled in high school,should complete and sign this section.)o Yes. I have been informed of the ways my Social Security Number and other information will beused. I have voluntarily decided to provide this information.o No. I do not want to give my Social Security Number or other information. I have voluntarilydecided NOT to provide the information.SignatureFor Bookstore use onlyAim Student ID #Check #CashAmount Paid4DateCashier

2015/2016SEROP Adult ProgramsAdult ProgramsFee-based ClassesHealth Sciences and Medical TechnologyCNA: Nurse Assistant Pre-CertificationPrepare for the State Nurse Assistant Certification Test. Train in basic nursing skillsthrough classroom instruction and supervised clinical experience. Learn the fundamentalsof patient care, nursing and communication skills, disease organisms and infection control,basic anatomy and physiology, nutrition/diet therapy, and specialty nursing. This courseis designed to train students in nursing skills and employment in long term and acute carefacilities as well as home health agencies through both classroom instruction and supervisedclinical experience. Successful completion of the Nurse Assistant course enables the studentto apply to take the test for state certification through the Red Cross. Class is 11 weekslong.Foster Road CampusSection #507801Section #507802Section #507803Section #507804Room 92MTWTh8:00 am – 1:00 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 1:00 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 1:00 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 1:00 pmStart DateSeptember 8, 2015January 4, 2016April 4, 2016July 5, 2016A Criminal screening is required for this course. Please speak withSoutheast ROP staff prior to enrolling if you have any convictions otherthan minor traffic violations. Southeast ROP may require personswith convictions to obtain a clearance letter from the CaliforniaDept. of Public Health before enrolling in a training program.Meets State of California Certification Test RequirementsFees: 2,200.005

2015/2016SEROP Adult ProgramsDental AssistantThis course prepares students for a job as a dental assistant in both front and back officepractices. Students will learn chair-side assisting in general dentistry procedures. Classroominstruction includes dental terminology, dental x-ray, identification of dental instruments,sterilization procedures and preparation of dental materials. An x-ray license will be issued upon completion of this course. An internship at local dental offices will begin uponcompletion of the coursework. Internship of 120 hours to begin once classroom hours arecomplete. Internship will be arranged by the instructor.Foster Road CampusSection #507461MTWThSection #507462MTWThFoster Road CampusSection #507465TThRoom 718:00 am–12:00 pm8:00 am–12:00 pmRoom 715:30 pm–9:30 pmSept. 8 – Jan. 28, 2016Feb. 1 – June 16, 2016Sept. 8 – June 16, 2016Fees: 2,000.00Instructor Bio:Ms. Anne Contreras, R.D.A., C.D.A., O.A., C.O.A. has been in the dental field forapproximately 19 years. She is a Registered Dental Assistant with the State of Californiaand has obtained her national certification as a Certified Dental Assistant; as well as, herOrthodontic Assistant licensures. In addition to teaching students, Ms. Contreras is alsoan active chairside assistant. She is a member several dental and teacher associations andgives back to the community by volunteering at free clinics. Ms. Contreras is a previousSubject Matter Expert, writing and editing the written portion of the RDA examinationand currently serves on the Dental Board of California, representing dental assistants.Medical Assistant: Administrative & ClinicalThis course is designed to prepare students for a career as a Medical Assistant or to continuetraining toward a nursing profession. Students will learn vital signs, injections, venipuncture,assisting with surgeries, sterilization, performing EKG’s, infection control, basic in-officelaboratory testing, billing, terminology, records filing, and reception. Medical Assistantswork in all areas in a physician’s office or medical groups. Includes internship in a physician’soffice or medical group office, upon completion of three modules. This class is articulatedwith Cerritos College for students earning a grade of A or B.This class is 18 weeks long. Once class hours are completed, student begins 240 hours ofinternship.Foster Road CampusRoom 73Section #507501MTWTh8:00 am- 12:00 pmSection #507502MTWTh8:00 am- 12:00 pmStart DatesSeptember 8 - Jan. 28, 2016February 1 - June 16, 2016Foster Road CampusRoom 73Start DateSection #508501TTh5:30 pm – 9:30 pm Sept. 8 – August 18, 2016Fees: 2,200.006

SEROP Adult Programs2015/2016Medical Billing & CodingTrain for a high paying, high demand career as a Medical Biller. This course preparesstudents to work in a medical facility, billing service, or start your own business billing insurance companies and individuals. Learn Medical terminology, procedural coding, insuranceform preparation, collection policies, and computerized procedures used in medical offices.Included in the course is knowledge of CPT and ICD-9 and ICD-10 coding rationales usingofficial coding and reporting. Upon completion of this course the student will be preparedto take the National Coding Exam. This class is 36 weeks long.Foster Road CampusSection #507831TThRoom 715:30 pm – 9:30 pmSept. 8 – June 16, 2016Fees: 1,000.00Instructor Bio:Debra Moreno has taught Medical Billing and Coding for Southeast ROP since 2010 andis an Active member of AAPC. She has attended and completed current training in ICD10 through the AAPC. She began her Billing career with Presbyterian IntercommunityHospital with the PIH/USC Residency program.The enthusiasm she was surrounded with leads her to seek additional education in themedical field. She is an Administrative and Clinical Medical Tech and Medical Assistantfor over 25 years. She attained her teaching credential from CSULB and also teachesMedical Careers and Medical Assisting at La Mirada High School. She serves as an advisorfor CAL-HOSA as well as an Alumni and SKILLS USA representing Southeast ROP.Pharmacy TechnicianLearn the knowledge and skills necessary to become a Pharmacy Technician in both hospital and retail pharmacies. One of the fastest growing jobs in the Medical field! Aftercompleting all modules, students will be placed for training in a hospital and retail community site. To take the National Exam for Pharmacy Technician Certification, studentsmust pass a background check performed by the State Board of Pharmacy and hold a highschool diploma or GED. This class is articulated with Cerritos College for studentsearning a grade of A or B.Internship of 240 hours to begin once classroom hours and modules are complete.Four Modules are required for a Certificate of Completion and take the examto receive your Pharmacy Technician License in the State of California.Foster Road CampusSection #507581Section #507582Section #507583Section #507584Section #508581Section #508582Section #508583Section #508584Room 82MTWTh8:00 am – 12:00 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 12:00 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 12:00 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 12:00 pmMTWThMTWThMTWThMTWThFees: 625.00 per Module5:30 pm – 9:30 pm5:30 pm – 9:30 pm5:30 pm – 9:30 pm5:30 pm – 9:30 pmFour Modules required7Start DateSeptember 8November 18February 23, 2016May 10, 2016September 8November 18February 23, 2016May 10, 2016

2015/2016SEROP Adult ProgramsInstructor Bio:Ms. LaKia Mozell, CPhT has been working in the Pharmacy field as a PharmacyTechnician for approximately 13 years. She is licensed by the California State Board ofPharmacy and nationally certified by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board.Ms. Mozell has been teaching career technical education since 2009. During this timeshe continues to be employed as a Pharmacy Technician to stay current in the industry.Her work experience includes working in various areas of pharmacy such as hospitalpharmacy at U.C.L.A. Medical Center, community pharmacy at C.V.S. Pharmacy, andpharmacy benefit management at Wellpoint, Inc. (Blue Cross).Instructor Bio:Juan Carlos Alvarez, CPhT has been working in the Pharmacy field for 13 years, andhas been teaching Pharmacy Technician since 2008. He is Licensed and Registered withthe state of California Board of Pharmacy and also Nationally Certified as a PharmacyTechnician. He graduated from Southeast ROP in 2001 as a pharmacy Technician andhas also worked full time in a hospital. He teaches high school and adult students forSoutheast ROP.Surgical TechnologistThis course will prepare competent entry-level surgical technologists in the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective learning domains. Ethics, confidentiality and safety practices willbe applied during delivery of client needs and comfort measures. Medical-Surgical terminology, microbiology, anatomy/physiology, pre/post/intra-operative competencies will betaught. A focus on occupational orientation, basic academic proficiencies and skills will bestressed throughout theory, laboratory and clinical practice (internship) experiences. Thisis a yearlong course includes externship in local hospital or surgery center. Course is 750Classroom hours & lab hours and 500 hours internship once classroom hours are complete.Official NCCT Testing Site. Certified as a National Center for CompetencyTesting.Three Modules are required for a Certificate of Completion.Foster Road CampusSection #507491Section #507492Section #507493Section #507494Section #507495Section #508491Section #508492Section #508493Room 81MTWTh8:00 am – 2:30 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 2:30 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 2:30 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 2:30 pmMTWTh8:00 am – 2:30 pmMTWThMTWThMTWThFees: 1,350.00 per Module5:30 pm – 9:30 pm5:30 pm – 9:30 pm5:30 pm – 9:30 pmStart DateSept. 8November 9January 25, 2016April 4, 2016June 13, 2016September 28February 8, 2016June 13, 2016Three Modules requiredInstructor Bio:Mr. Dominic Vellanoweth, CST, has been in the field of surgical technology for over12 years. He is a Certified Surgical Technologist with the National Board of SurgicalTechnologists and Surgical Assistants and has obtained his Teaching Credential throughthe California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. He is a member of various surgicaltechnology and teacher associations.He has worked as a surgical technologist in both hospital and outpatient surgicalcenters and his teaching experience as a clinical preceptor has been in both hospital andoutpatient surgical centers as well. He has teaching experience in the classroom and skillslaboratory for over 5 years in both public and private schools. In addition to teachingstudents, he is also an active surgical technologist.8

2015/2016SEROP Adult ProgramsInstructor Bio:Mr. Carlos Montenegro, CST, has been a Surgical Technologist for approximately sevenyears. He has over five years of teaching experience from both private and public schoolscombined. He is certified through the National Board of Surgical Technology and SurgicalAssisting.Carlos stays current by continuing to work as a Surgical Technologist III at Children’sHospital of Orange County. In addition to scrubbing as a Surgical Technologist he alsoserves as the liaison between Children’s Hospital and Southeast ROP.Orientation for Surgical Technologist is September 1st at 10:00 am, Room 81Come and learn about the program and meet the instructors!*Photograph of Surgical Tech Room on the cover was taken by Christine BradshawBuilding Trades and ConstructionWelding / Metal FabricationThis class provides instruction in shielded metal arc welding, arc welding, gas metal arcwelding (MIG), gas tungsten arc welding (TIG), oxy-fuel cutting of carbon, steel, aluminumand stainless steel.This course is articulated with Cerritos College, Rio Hondo College and Santa AnaCollege for students earning a grade of A or B.Two Classes are recommended to take the state exam for Certified WelderLicensing.Artesia High School CampusSection #507391TThRoom 4075:30 pm – 9:30 pmSept. 8 – Jan. 28, 2016Artesia High School CampusSection #507392TThFees: 1,4005:30 pm – 9:30 pmFeb. 2 – June 16, 2016Instructor Bio:Mr. Lawrence Archie has been in the welding field for over 30 years. He was trained asa combination welder, in Mig, Tig, Arc, and Gas Welding as well as Oxy-fuel cutting. Hecurrently holds an AWS D1.1 structural steel certification.Mr. Archie has taught welding for Southeast ROP since 2005 and has assisted numerousstudents in obtaining their AWS certifications.9

High School Classes and Career PathwaysABC Unified School DistrictSoutheast ROP and ABC Unified School District are creating, developing and maintaining careerpathways in partnership with post secondary institutions and businesses. Career Pathways providestudents with knowledge and skills leading to college and career readiness.High School students please see your counselor to enroll.Artesia High SchoolGahr High SchoolAutomotive/Transportation PathwayAutomotive/Transportation Pathway Automotive I*Automotive II*Automotive III & Alternative Fuels* *Articulates with Cypress & Cerritos College*Articulates with Cypress & Cerritos CollegeEducation/Family Services Pathway Careers in Education Child DevelopmentPublic Services PathwayI *Cerritos College Teacher TRACand Long Beach State UniversityHealth Sciences & Medical TechnologyPathway Pharmacy Clerk *Pharmacy Technician UC AccreditedUC AccreditedUC AccreditedUC AccreditedArts, Media & Visual EntertainmentPathway Welding I *Welding II *Welding III **Articulates with Cerritos College*Articulates with Rio Hondo College*Articulates with Santa Ana CollegeMicrosoft Office*Virtual Enterprise UC AccreditedPublic Services Pathway Arts, Media & Visual EntertainmentPathwayStudent in the Law/Administration of Justice*Forensics*Articulates with Mount San Antonio CollegeWhitney High SchoolUC AccreditedUC AccreditedArts, Media & Visual EntertainmentPathwayHealth Sciences & Medical TechnologyPathway Hospital CareersMedical Terminology CoreInternship OpportunitiesCerritos High SchoolDigital PhotographyMultimediaUC AccreditedUC AccreditedUC AccreditedHealth Sciences & Medical TechnologyPathway*Articulates with Cerritos College Film & Video ProductionGraphic DesignMultimediaTracy High SchoolInformation Technology/Finance and Business Pharmacy Clerk *Pharmacy TechnicianHospital CareersMedical Interventions (PLTW)*Articulates with Cerritos CollegeBuilding Trades & Construction UC AccreditedHealth Sciences & Medical TechnologyPathwayArts, Media & Visual EntertainmentPathwayComputer Graphics & DesignDigital PhotographyFilm & Video ProductionTheater PerformerCriminal JusticeEmergency 1st ResponderFire Control & SafetyFire Science IIForensicsStudent in the Law**Articulates with Mount San Antonio College**Articulates with Rio Hondo Fire Academy*Articulates with Cerritos College Automotive I *Automotive II *Automotive III & Alternative Fuels * Pharmacy Clerk *Pharmacy Technician*Articulates with Cerritos College10Film &Video ProductionUC Accredited

High School ClassesNorwalk La Mirada Unified School DistrictSoutheast ROP and Norwalk La Mirada Unified School District are committed to offering coursesthat provide students with knowledge and skills leading to college and career readiness.High School students please see your counselor to enroll.El Camino High SchoolPublic Services Health Sciences & Medical Technology Medical Careers I*Articulates with Mount San Antonio CollegeMarketing, Sales & Service Norwalk High SchoolEntrepreneurshipRetail OccupationsSports MarketingArts, Media & Visual Entertainment John Glenn High SchoolGraphic DesignFilm & Video Production UC AccreditedUC AccreditedAccounting* HospitalityUC Accredited Student in the Law/Administration of Justice*CSI/Forensics *Articulates with Mount San Antonio CollegeHealth Science & Medical TechnologySoutheast Academy High SchoolLa Mirada High SchoolPublic Services Arts, Media & Visual EntertainmentGraphic DesignUC AccreditedBuilding Trades & Construction Paralegal & The LawParalegal & The Law IIHomeland SecurityFire Control & Safety*Articulates with Mount San Antonio College*Articulates with Rio Hondo CollegeWelding I *Welding II *Welding III *Welding FabricationWelding CertificationInformation Technology Microsoft Office**Articulates with Cerritos College*Articulates with Cerritos College*Articulates with Rio Hondo College*Articulates with Santa Ana CollegeHealth Sciences & Medical Technology Health Sciences & Medical Technology Computer Software Engineering (PLTW)Microsoft Office*Web Design*Computer Science (PLTW)*Articulates with Cerritos CollegePharmacy Clerk**Articulates with Cerritos College Introduction to CulinaryAdvanced CulinaryInformation Technology/Marketing &SalesPublic Services Pharmacy ClerkEmergency 1st ResponderHuman Body Systems (PLTW)Principles of Biomedical Science (PLTW)**Articulates with Rio Hondo College*Articulates with Cerritos College Automotive Core I *Automotive TechnologyAuto Body – Nonstructural Repair*Health Sciences & Medical TechnologyIntroduction to Engineering Design (PLTW)Engineering TechnologyEngineering Electronics TechnologyPrincples of Engineering (PLTW)Computer Int. Manufacturing (PLTW)Information Technology/Finance andBusiness UC Accredited*Articulates with Cerritos & Cypress CollegesEngineering & Design Graphic DesignAutomotive/TransportationArts, Media & Visual Entertainment Student in the Law/Administration of Justice*CSI/ForensicsCriminal JusticeUC AccreditedEmergency 1st Responder*Articulates with Rio Hondo CollegePharmacy Clerk *Pharmacy TechnicianMedical Careers IMedical Careers IIMedical Assisting, Administrative*Principles of Biomedical Science (PLTW)Public Services Student in the Law/Administration of Justice*CSI/ForensicsCriminal JusticeUC Accredited*Articulates with Mount San Antonio College*Articulates with Cerritos College11

INNOVATIVEFREE! After School Classes for High School StudentsROP Auto Careers InstituteAutomotive/Transportation Pathway Learn auto basics and advanced techniques. Introduction to auto body. Classes held at Cerritos College in theTransportation Technology CenterJuniors & Seniors onlyMonday-Thursday, 4:00-6:00 p.m.Cerritos College Transportation/AutomotiveDepartmentJuniors and Seniors!FALL CLASS STARTSSEPTEMBER 14th!SPRING CLASSSTARTSFEBRUARY 1STFall class starts September 14, 2015 – January 28, 2016Spring class starts February 1, 2016 – June 9, 2016Dental AssistingPrepare for a job as a Dental Assistant Dental terminology, sterilization procedures, preparationof dental materials & more! Get your X-ray licenseThe class is held in our State-of-the-Art DentalClassroom and Lab at Southeast ROP campus,Room 71.Class starts September 14, 2015 – June 9, 2016Monday – Thursday, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m.Seniors OnlyClass StartsSeptember 14th!Year-long ClassThis year-long class is open to High School Seniors only!High school students: To register for any of these after school classesplease see your high school counselor.12

Southeast Regional Occupational ProgramSoutheastS2015/2016AcademyHigh Schooloutheast Academy is a Public Service Academy High School for 9th, 10th, 11th, and12th grade students.The program is highly structured, requiring academics, motivation,commitment, personal accountability and self-discipline. In addition to striving foracademic excellence, students will work toward acquiring character attributes of honesty,integrity, and responsibility. Military style structure, courtesy, and discipline are enforced. As apart of the Norwalk-La Mirada Unified School District, the Southeast Academy is a public highschool; therefore there is no charge for tuition.ROP Classes Offerings in Public Services include:ParalegalHomeland SecurityFire Control and Safety*Emergency First Responder*Student and the Law*F

The Southeast Regional Occupational Program is an equal opportunity employer and provides employment, instruction and other services without regard to race, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, national origin, gender, sexual . Dental Assisting 6 Medical Assisting 6 Medical Billing