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CONTENTSEDEN AREA REGIONAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMABOUT US. 4LETTER FROM THE SUPERINTENDENT. 6CENTER PROGRAMS. 7AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION AND REFINISHING I P, II .7AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY I P, II P.8CAREERS IN EDUCATION I P, II P.9CAREERS IN LAW, FORENSICS, AND PUBLIC SAFETY I P, II P.10CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY I P, II P.11CULINARY SCIENCE I P, II P.12CYBERSECURITY I P, II P.13DENTAL ASSISTING I P, II P.14FIRST RESPONDER (FIRE SCIENCE/EMT) I P, II P.15MEDICAL CAREERS I P, II P.16MERCHANDISINGI I, II.17WELDING TECHNOLOGY I P, II P.18PARTICIPATING SCHOOL SITES. 19COMMUNITY COLLEGE ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS. 29Eden Area ROP is accredited by The Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

ABOUTUSWhat Is An Articulation? Articulation is a linkbetween a high school or ROP and a collegiateinstitution. An articulation agreement allowsstudents to earn free college credit. The creditis placed on the student’s collegiate transcriptand can be taken to any college for credit.Additionally, articulation may allow a student toskip the entry level course when they enroll ina college. (Please see pages 29-30 for a list ofarticulated course.)What is ROP? Regional OccupationalPrograms (ROPs) are one of the longeststanding forms of postsecondary careerpreparedness in California. The intent of theROP structure is to provide a hands-on learningexperience through Career and TechnicalEducation (CTE) curriculum for students (16and older) and adults with entry-level careerand technical training. Eden Area RegionalOccupational Program offers courses on site,and at Castro Valley, Hayward, San Leandroand San Lorenzo Unified School Districts.These courses prepare students for careers andfurther education, as well as instill workplacevalues that will enable them to competesuccessfully in the economy of today and thefuture.What Is The Cost? ROP is free to high schoolstudents.What About Transportation? Eden Area ROPprovides free bus transportation to and fromstudent’s home school, for any student enrolledin our programs at the center.Are There Any Other Costs? Some of ourcourses may have additional costs for uniforms,protective equipment, or medical costs.Why Take Courses At Eden Area ROP?Experience is the greatest teacher. We offerhands-on career training that covers 13different business sectors. Many of our coursesalso offer the opportunity to earn industryrecognized certification. Our facility is fullyoutfitted with industry standard equipment andcredentialed instructors with years of real worldexperience.What Is A Community Classroom?A community classroom provides the studentthe opportunity to work while earning highschool credits. This type of learning is referredto as an internship. Students work non-paidpositions to earn on the job experience. Thiswork advances the student’s skill set makingthem more competitive in the job market.Is Business Involved? Over three hundredlocal employers participate on Eden Area ROPadvisory committees to keep training currentwith industry standards. Many classes offernon-paid internships or on-the-job training atbusinesses and industry sites throughout thecounty. Employers who need highly skilled,motivated employees hire Eden Area ROPgraduates!How Do I Register for Eden Area ROPClasses?Students who are interested in registeringfor ROP classes are encouraged to make anappointment with their high school counseloror visit the career center on their high schoolcampus. Students may also visit our websitewww.edenrop.orgAre High School & College CreditsAvailable? Yes! All courses offer high schoolcredits. Some courses fulfill math and sciencecredits for graduation. Many of our courseshave articulation agreements with localcommunity colleges, allowing students theopportunity to earn college credit.4

150 CLASSESTHIRTEENINDUSTRYSECTORS4,500 STUDENTS4 DISTRICTS SERVEDCASTRO VALLEY UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTHAYWARD UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTSAN LEANDRO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTSAN LORENZO UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT5

LETTER FROM THE SUPERINTENDENTDEAR COMMUNITY MEMBERS,This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Eden Area RegionalOccupational Program (EAROP). It is with gratitude and an understandingof the importance of community that I write this letter. For the last50 years, EAROP has been educating “essential employees” for ourcommunity. It is estimated that approximately 200,000 high schoolstudents have taken ROP courses.Our alumni work throughout the cities of Castro Valley, Hayward, SanLeandro, San Lorenzo, and beyond. EAROP students have entered theworkforce and found careers in a variety of fields including public safety,medicine, dentistry, business, education, transportation, technology,manufacturing, and the arts.Our community partnerships are what make this all possible. The schooldistricts have supported EAROP and have entrusted their students to us.The Chabot-Las Positas Community College District provides pathwaysfor students to complete job training, certificates, AA degrees, andtransition to 4 year universities. The chambers of commerce help uspromote work-based learning opportunities to the regional businesscommunity and continue to be our biggest advocates of our mission tosupport local workforce development. Businesses provide work-basedlearning opportunities and come into the classrooms as guest speakers.They provide internships, scholarships, apprenticeships, and eventuallyemployment.When I reflect on the last 50 years, I am grateful for the early visionarieswho established EAROP as one of the first ROPs in the state. I am thankfulfor all those in our community who have continued to support and helpbuild an outstanding program over the years. I am grateful to the teacherswho have worked directly with our students and the alumni themselves formaking the dream a reality as they stepped into our community as adults.It is evident that the success of our past, and of our future, is deeplyrooted in the strength of our relationships. Thank you for an amazing 50years of partnership.LINDA GRANGERSuperintendent6

Automotive Collision and Refinishing I PTRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY SECTORSLZUSD – Math CreditUC “g” Course CreditSkills USA CompetitionAutomotive Collision and Refinishing I P introducesstudents to professional auto collision and paintingconcepts, through instructional and hands-on skilldevelopment.PPG CertificationS/P2 CertificationStudents will mimic a professional work-like environmentwhile developing soft skills including communicatingeffectively with others, teamwork, problem solving, and apositive work ethic.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Estimation strategies Refinishing techniques Safety procedures Auto body painting Industry tools and equipment Auto-body structure and restorationAs evidence of training, students will develop a portfolio,which will serve as a resource manual when entering theprofessional world.Automotive Collision and Refinishing IITRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY SECTORSkills USA CompetitionAutomotive Collision and Refinishing II expands students’knowledge, experience, and workplace readiness byassuming the leadership roles of manager, instructor, andmentor associated within the industry.PPG CertificationS/P2 CertificationStudents apply technology and use teamwork to enhanceproductivity while leading shop operations and beingasked to “train” their crews on surface preparation,painting and detailing, project planning, and design skills.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Further development of first year skills and workethic Organizational and leadership skills Advanced skills needed to enter the workforce Estimation strategies Refinishing techniques Safety procedures Industry tools and equipment Auto-body structure, restoration, welding, andpaintingStudents will finish this program with the skill set tobecome estimators, front office management, andwith more classes, the possibility of being certified asnon-structural technicians, steel structural technicians,aluminum structural technician and refinish technicians.7

Automotive Technology I PTRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY SECTORSLZUSD – Math CreditUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableSkills USA CompetitionAutomotive Technology I P introduces students tostandard automotive repair and maintenance, throughonline industry safety training, instructional content andhands-on shop work.S/P2 CertificationAll Data CertificationShop Key CertificationValvoline CertificationASE Exam PreparationStudents will learn how to maintain a shop, and work inteams to diagnose and solve problems. They will becomefamiliar with the systems of a car, the names of parts, andhow each system informs and interacts with the other.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Function and name of auto parts Front end alignment Safety, fasteners, hand tool identification and usage Vehicle systems Electrical fundamentals Service information access and use Automotive chemical and fluid applications Hazardous waste handling General shop equipment usage Vehicle servicing Troubleshooting, Analysis, and Shop PracticesStudents will be exposed to the automotive business andindustry, and be provided with entry-level job skills.Automotive Technology II PTRANSPORTATION INDUSTRY SECTORUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableSkills USA CompetitionAutomotive Technology II expands students’ knowledge,experience, and workplace readiness by assuming theleadership roles of manager, instructor and mentor.S/P2 CertificationAll Data CertificationShop Key CertificationValvoline CertificationASE Exam PreparationStudents will apply appropriate technical skills andacademic knowledge while leading shop operations andbeing asked to “train” their crews. They will develop andutilize critical thinking skills to recognize and thoughtfullyinvestigate the root causes of problems, and persevere insolving them.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Advanced technical skills and essential worker traits Further development of work ethic organizationaland leadership skills Diagnostics and repairFor students seeking specialized training designedto meet standards set by the National Institute forAutomotive Service Excellence (ASE).8

Careers in Education I PEDUCATION, CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTORUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableCareers in Education I P introduces students to thedevelopmental stages of children from conceptionthrough adolescence, including the principle theories ofdevelopment and their application.Internship PlacementCA Child Development PermitAmerican Heart Association -BLS (Basic Life Support) andCardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)First Aid Infant and ChildAutomated Electronic Defibrillator (AED)Students explore broad research about human behavior,helping them understand their own behavior, as well asthat of children at a deeper level. Students meet in-classtwo days a week at 3 hours per day and participate in theinternship component 3 days per week.Selection of skills learned throughout the course: Human behavior as it relates to yourself and others Growth & development of children Mechanisms of learning Memory and Intelligence Thinking and processingStudents will be exposed to job career opportunitiesin the education field, a variety of teaching techniques,employment preparation, and safety precautions as theyapply to school emergency procedures.Careers in Education II PEDUCATION, CHILD DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTORUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableCareers In Education II P students will identify theirpersonal educational values while learning more aboutcognitive, emotional, psychological, social, and physicaldevelopment. This program provides students withclassroom and work-based training, including placementsto assist teachers in preschool, elementary school, andspecial education programs.Internship PlacementCA Child Development PermitAmerican Heart Association -BLS (Basic Life Support) andCardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)First Aid Infant and ChildAutomated Electronic Defibrillator (AED)Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Developmentally appropriate lesson planning Hands-on approaches as they apply to theory Learning how to meet children at their level, andhow to scaffold and build upon what they know Learning how to meet the whole needs of children,both academic and socio-emotional well being Problem solving Critical thinking Child guidanceThis program provides students with classroom and workbased training where they receive college/career trainingin early childhood education.9

Careers in Law, Forensics, and Public Safety I PPUBLIC SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTORUC “G” COURSE CREDITSLZUSD – Science CreditHUSD – Science CreditUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableSkills USA CompetitionCareers in Law, Forensics, and Public Safety I P introducesstudents to three different fields of study: CriminalJustice, Criminal Justice Operations, and Forensics.Students are introduced to the history, structure, andfunction of the American legal system and learn criminaljustice operations and procedures. They will use handson applications while learning forensic science and crimescene investigation methods.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Participate in physical agility training as required bythe police department People management and crowd control Processing a crime scene Conducting interviews Crime procedures and photograph Introduction to crime scene investigation Physical evidence in solving crimes Dusting and lifting fingerprints Evidence collecting and processing methodsStudents will explore current public safety careeropportunities including as a sheriff’s tech, police aide, orin private security.Careers in Law, Forensics, and Public Safety II PPUBLIC SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTORUC “G” COURSE CREDITUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit - application pending for this courseSkills USA CompetitionCareers in Law, Forensics, and Public Safety II P expandsstudents’ knowledge, experience, and workplacereadiness by assuming the leadership roles of manager,instructor and mentor.Students will lead an investigative team in fieldoperations, and lead drills that focus on the area offorensics.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Lead investigation team and drills Further development of work ethics Methods of organization Leadership skills and mentoring first year students Greater appreciation of the career developmentprocess Confidence in effective communication andinterpersonal skills Problem solving Various uses of technology and its applicationsStudents will explore current public safety careeropportunities including as a sheriff’s tech, police aide, orin private security.10

Construction Technology I PBUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SECTORSLZUSD – Math CreditUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableSkills USA CompetitionConstruction Technology I P introduces students toresidential and commercial construction.Students will learn basic construction skills throughproject work and applied mathematics. They willacquire these skills through real world problem solving,executing small to large construction projects. Soft skillsdevelopment is integrated throughout the course andincludes communication, work ethic, interpersonal andteam skills, critical thinking and related employment skills.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Construction related math and measurement Developing scaled drawings Framing, drilling, pouring concrete, trusses, roofing Following technical specifications and blueprintreading Building material choices, functions, and, uses Safety and proper use power toolsStudents are prepared to move into careers buildingand remodeling homes, apartment buildings, industrialbuildings, warehouses, office buildings, churches, schools,and parks and recreation fields, as well as workingon large-scale projects including the development ofhighways, stadiums, streets, bridges, airports.Construction Technology II PBUILDING TRADES AND CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SECTORUC “g” Course CreditSkills USA CompetitionConstruction Technology II P expands students’construction knowledge, experience, and workplacereadiness by assuming the leadership roles of manager,instructor and mentor associated with the constructionindustry.Students will lead field operations and will be asked to“train” their crews with projects such as building a smallhome.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Further development of student work ethic Organizational & leadership skills Cost estimating Cutting, fastening, and fitting various materials Hand and power tools Following technical specifications and blueprintreadingStudents are prepared to move into careers buildingand remodeling homes, apartment buildings, industrialbuildings, warehouses, office buildings, churches, schools,and parks and recreation fields, as well as workingon large-scale projects including the development ofhighways, stadiums, streets, bridges, airports.11

Culinary Science I PHOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND RECREATION INDUSTRY SECTORUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableProStart CompetitionCulinary Science I P introduces students to theories andhands-on experience in the field of culinary arts includingan introduction to the world of food preparation, travel,and the tourism industry.Servsafe Food Handler’s CertificationSelection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Fundamentals of food preparation and presentation Kitchen safety and sanitation Nutrition Menu development Event planning Food-cost & control Customer service and entrepreneurship Management skills Culinary skills Knife skills PastryStudents will acquire culinary skills needed for careersin the restaurant, travel, catering, and food serviceindustries.Culinary Science II PHOSPITALITY, TOURISM AND RECREATION INDUSTRY SECTORUC “g” Course CreditProStart CompetitionCulinary Science II P expands students’ knowledge andskills by providing the opportunity to work in an industrygrade commercial kitchen setting, as well as opportunitiesto interact with industry partners and experts via guestpresentations and/or visiting local industries.Servsafe Food Handler’s CertificationStudents will participate by completing a variety ofadvanced level hands-on tasks and longer projects thatserve to assist them in demonstrating competency in allphases of food service and food production.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Fundamentals of Food-cost & control Customer servicefood preparation andpresentationand entrepreneurship Kitchen safety and Management skillssanitation Culinary skills Knife skills Nutrition Menu development Pastry Event planningStudents will participate in a capstone project and aseries of labs that progress toward mastery of the collegeand career readiness skills, and competencies for an entrylevel position. Students will acquire entry level culinaryskills needed for careers in the restaurant, travel, catering,and food service industries.12

Cybersecurity I PINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES SECTORSLZUSD Math CreditUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableSkills, USA CompetitionCybersecurity I P introduces students to careers innetwork administration and information technologysupport services with a focus on cybersecurity. Studentswill receive hands-on experience that covers thefundamentals of computer hardware and software, andadvanced concepts such as security, networking, and theresponsibilities of an IT professional. In collaboration withGoogle, the Google IT Support Professional Certificatewill be offered. This course is the first in a five courseprogram. It is a hands-on, online program designedto prepare beginner learners for entry-level jobs orcontinued education in information technology support.The program is exclusively developed by Google.Google IT Support Professional CertificateCompTIA A CISCO CCNA Cyber Ops CertificationSelection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Troubleshooting Customer service Networking Operating systems System administration SecurityCybersecurity II PINFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES SECTORCollege Credit AvailableUC “g” Course CreditSkills, USA CompetitionCybersecurity II P builds on the technical skills andknowledge students acquired in Cybersecurity I.Students will be prepared for post-secondary informationtechnology majors and for careers in networkadministration and information technology supportservices with a focus on cybersecurity.CompTIA A CISCO CCNA Cyber Ops CertificationSelection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Architecture Structure Functions Components Models of the Internet Computer networks Principles and structure of IP addressing Fundamentals of ethernet conceptCurriculum content is designed to prepare studentsfor careers in Cybersecurity and Information andCommunications Technology.13

Dental Assisting I PHEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY SECTORSLUSD & SLZUSD Health & Safety CreditHUSD, SLUSD, & SLZUSD Science CreditUC “d” Course CreditDental Assisting I P introduces students to thefundamentals of dental assisting.Students work independently, as well as collaborativelystudying topics such as Infection Control, DentalAnatomy, Dental Charting, Clinical Sciences, and DentalMaterials and Anatomy and Physiology.Infection Control CertificateX-ray CertificateSelection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Plaque and Teeth whitening Making teeth impressions Conducting Fluoride treatments Conduction coronal polish treatments Taking X-raysStudents are prepared for entry-level employment aschairside dental assistants.Dental Assisting II PHEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY SECTORUC “g” Course CreditDental Assisting II P expands on the principles andtechniques presented in Dental Assisting I by delving intomore advanced concepts.InternshipInfection Control CertificateX-ray CertificateRDA Exam PreparationStudents will study more advanced concepts in dentistryand will be assessed through written exams and “handson” skills. Each student will complete a 6-week unpaidinternship in a dental office in the community.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Ethics and dental law Radiography Pharmacology Business management 400 hour externship at a dental office in thecommunityStudents are prepared for entry-level employment aschairside dental assistants.14

First Responder (Fire Science/EMT) I PPUBLIC SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTORSLZUSD – Science CreditUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableSkills USA CompetitionFirst Responder (Fire Science/EMT) I P introducesstudents to the skills and knowledge required offirefighters, Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) andparamedics.Basic Life Support (BLS)Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)First AidAutomated External Defibrillator (AED)Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)Students study the philosophy and history of fireprotection; review of municipal fire defenses; examinationof the organization and function of Federal, State,County, and private protection agencies and survey ofprofessional fire protection career opportunities.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Fire response Medical Terminology Basic anatomy and First respondertrainingphysiology Disaster Physical agilityPreparednesstraining requiredTrainingby local fire Psychologicaldepartments Basic CPR and First Fired departmentAidride-alongs Emergency Protocols Fire station visits and Universal Precautionsfire fighter coachesStudents can complete the first course requirement forthe Chabot Fire Science Certificate program.First Responder (Fire Science/EMT) II PPUBLIC SERVICES INDUSTRY SECTORUC “g” Course CreditSkills USA CompetitionStudents learn fire service related subjects includingthe history of fire service, fire department organizations,fire behavior, firefighting tactics and strategies,hazardous materials, fire safety, tools and equipment,fire prevention, fire protection systems, codes andstandards, fire service occupations, and related subjects.They will lead first responder units and will be asked to“train” their crews. Further development of work ethic,organizational, and leadership skills will provide thesestudents with the advanced skills needed to enter theworkforce.Basic Life Support (BLS)Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)First AidAutomated External Defibrillator (AED)Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)First Responder (Fire Science/EMT) II P expands students’knowledge, experience, and workplace readiness byassuming the leadership roles on their teams, acting asinstructor and mentoring new students.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Physical fitness & Emphasis onhealthpersonal integrity Effective problem Self disciplinesolving skills Goal setting Effective oral Strong academicand writtenskills Emergency Protocolscommunication skills Universal Precautions InterpersonalrelationshipsStudents will complete a 12 hour ride along with anEmergency Service provider.15

Medical Careers I PHEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY SECTORSLUSD & SLZUSD – Science and Health CreditCVUSD & HUSD – Science CreditUC “g” Course CreditCollege Credit AvailableMedical Careers I P introduces students to basic medicalterminology, as well as human anatomy and physiology.Students will develop clinical and laboratory skills(immunizations, blood draw, urinalysis, EKGs), andadministrative skills, as well as learn about HIPAA (HealthInsurance Portability and Accountability Act), lawsgoverning health care, workplace skills, workplace safety,and managerial skills to be successful in the medical field.American Heart Association -BLS (Basic Life Support forHealthcare providers) and CardiopulmonaryResuscitation (CPR)Medical Assistant CertificateNHA Preparation for CCMA and CETSelection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Taking vital signs AHA BLS/CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) AED (automated external defibrillator) First Aid OSHA (Occupational Safety and HealthAdministration) standards for handling bodily fluids,infection control Resume writing and interview skillsStudents in this course will explore careers in healthprofessions by having the option to be placed in aninternship 1-4 days per week. The course will alsoprepare students for the National Health Association(CCMA) exam for Medical Assistants.Medical Careers II PHEALTH SCIENCE AND MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY SECTORCollege Credit AvailableUC “g” Course CreditSkills USA CompetitionMedical Careers II P expands students’ medicalvocabulary, improves their knowledge of anatomy andphysiology, and helps them explore careers in the healthprofessions.American Heart Association - BLS (Basic Life Support forHealthcare providers) and CardiopulmonaryResuscitation (CPR)Medical Assistant CertificateNHA Preparation for CCMA and CETStudents will be introduced to various specialties andreceive a reintroduction to HIPAA (Health InsurancePortability and Accountability Act).Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: Students will participate in internships 3-4 daysper week, and be prepared to complete the NHA(National Health Association) CCMA (CertifiedClinical Medical Assistant) Examination.16

Merchandising IMARKETING, SALES AND SERVICE INDUSTRY SECTORPre-requisite: Special Education orDepartment of Rehabilitation ClientMerchandising introduces Special Education studentsto workforce readiness skills, life skills, and social skillswith the intention of helping them become moreindependent. Merchandising students must have an IEPwith transition goals written into the plan.Merchandising students will work with the “Schoolto Career” curriculum and will move to a work-basedlearning site. Students will learn on the job and be paidfor their internship.Selection of skills and knowledge learned throughout thecourse: How to find a job Skills for success Career planning Job satisfaction awarenessMerchandising IIMARKETING, SALES AND SERVICE INDUSTRY SECTORPre-requisite: Special Education orDepartment of Rehabilitation ClientMerchandising II students will continue to build uponthe Merchandising I skills. Students who are ready areoffered the oppo

ROP structure is to provide a hands-on learning experience through Career and Technical Education (CTE) curriculum for students (16 and older) and adults with entry-level career and technical training. Eden Area Regional Occupational Program offers courses on site, and at Castro Valley, Haywa