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Vocational Certificates

VOCATIONAL: BUSINESS
Certificate of Completion Customer Service Representative (24427)
The Customer Service Representative Certificate program is designed to give students the necessary knowledge and skills to deal directly with customers as the company representative in special problems that may arise. Students will be prepared to work as commercial or residential service representatives in positions in major department stores, collection agencies, credit bureaus, airlines, travel agencies, medical insurance agencies, public utilities and telephone answering services.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Work efficiently with Windows-based applications using common, cross-application keyboard shortcuts; e.g., save, open, print, copy, paste, etc.
• Demonstrate competence in a variety of Windows-based applications.
Requirements                                                                                                       Hours
Vocational Business 012, Workforce Readiness                                                              60
Vocational Business 119, Introduction to Keyboarding and Basic Windows                        60
Vocational Business 260, Introduction to Word Processing using MS Word                        60
Vocational Business 258, Navigating the Internet                                                           60
                                             TOTAL 240
Certification of Completion General Office Clerk (24095)
The General Office Clerk certificate program is designed to give students the skills for entry-level positions in the business world. Clerk typist, credit clerk, file clerk, general clerk, receptionist, or data entry clerk positions require limited knowledge of office management systems and procedures. Clerical duties include skills in answering telephones, bookkeeping, typing or word processing, office machine operation, and filing.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Work efficiently with Windows-based applications using common, cross-application keyboard shortcuts; e.g., save, open, print, copy, paste, etc.
• Demonstrate competence in a variety of Windows-based applications.
Requirements                                                                                                      Hours
Vocational Business 012, Workforce Readiness                                                           60
Vocational Business 118, Introduction to Windows                                                      60
Vocational Business 119, Introduction to Keyboarding and Basic Windows                     60         
Vocational Business 121, Introduction to Computer Software Applications                     60
V
ocational Business 258, Navigating the Internet                                                        60
Vocational Business 260, Introduction to Word Processing using MS Word                     60
Vocational Business 262, Introduction to Spreadsheets using MS Excel                         60
                                                                                                                    TOTAL 420
Certificate of Completion Executive Secretary / Administrative Assistant (24426)
The Executive Secretary/Administrative Assistant certificate program is designed to give students the necessary knowledge and skills from diversified training, including technology, and background to hold high-level administrative support positions of responsibility in the workplace. Students will be prepared to conduct research, prepare reports, and perform clerical functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Work efficiently with Windows-based applications using common, cross-application keyboard shortcuts; e.g., save, open, print, copy, paste, etc.
• Demonstrate competence in a variety of Windows-based applications.
Requirements                                                                                                      Hours
Vocational Business 012, Workforce Readiness                                                           60
Vocational Business 013, Introduction to Personal Management using MS Outlook         60
Vocational Business 096, Introduction to Use of Digital Cameras                                  60
Vocational Business 102, Introduction to Desktop Publishing using Adobe InDesign       60
Vocational Business 117, Introduction to Document Processing using Adobe Acrobat     30
Vocational Business 119, Introduction to Keyboarding and Basic Windows                    60
   Vocational Business 258, Navigating the Internet                                                                      60
Vocational Business 260, Introduction to Word Processing using MS Word                    60
Vocational Business 261, Introduction to Databases using MS Access                           60
Vocational Business 262, Introduction to Spreadsheets using MS Excel                         60
Vocational Business 304, Introduction to Electronic Presentations using MS PowerPoint  60
                                            TOTAL 630
Certificate of Completion First-Line Supervisor / Manager, Office and Administrative Support Workers (24187)
The First-Line Supervisor/Manager, Office and Administrative Support Workers certificate program is designed for both entry-level and experienced office workers looking for a promotion. Graduates will have expert office skills and in-depth software knowledge. The program provides training in office information systems and communications, work process and organizational performance improvement, business decision-making, project management, and capital and human resource management.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Work efficiently with Windows-based applications using common, cross-application keyboard shortcuts; e.g., save, open, print, copy, paste, etc.
• Demonstrate competence in a variety of Windows-based applications.

Requirements                                                                                                      Hours
Vocational Business 118, Introduction to Windows                                                        60
Vocational Business 258, Navigating the Internet                                                          60
Vocational Business 097, Introduction to Personal Commerce on the Internet                  60
Vocational Business 260, Introduction to Word Processing using MS Word                       60
Vocational Business 262, Introduction to Spreadsheets using MS Excel                           60
Vocational Business 304, Introduction to Electronic Presentations using MS PowerPoint    60
Vocational Business 103, Introduction to MS Project                                                      60
Vocational Business 014, Introduction to Mobile and Social Media                                   60
                                                                                                                      TOTAL 480
Certificate of Completion Web Associate (24420)
The Web Associate Certificate program is designed to give students the necessary knowledge and skills to support providers and consumers of web services. The web associate utilizes the understanding of distributed web services to support advertising, marketing and sales staff in today’s global economy. Understanding and utilizing developed web applications is critical to finding new business for web design, Internet marketing, hosting, programming, and technology projects.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Work efficiently with Windows-based applications using common, cross-application keyboard shortcuts; e.g., save, open, print, copy, paste, etc.
• Demonstrate competence in a variety of Windows-based applications.
Requirements                                                                                                      Hours
Vocational Business 010, Introduction to Web Design using Adobe Dreamweaver           60
Vocational Business 096, Introduction to Use of Digital Cameras                                   60
Vocational Business 097, Introduction to Personal Commerce on the Internet                 60
Vocational Business 101, Introduction to 3D Modeling using Blender                              60
Vocational Business 109, Introduction to Desktop Video Editing using Adobe Premiere    60
Vocational Business 120, Introduction to Animations using Adobe Flash                         60
Vocational Business 242, Introduction to Vector Graphics using Adobe Illustrator            60
Vocational Business 302, Introduction to Web Page Development using HTML                 60
Vocational Business 303, Introduction to Electronic Imaging using Adobe Photoshop       60
                                            TOTAL 540
Certificate of Completion Medical Billing (24052)
The Medical Billing certificate program is designed to give students the necessary knowledge and skills to hold a medical billing position. Students will have practical experience using computers and patient billing software, be familiar with the rules and guidelines of health care plans in order to submit proper documentation for appropriate reimbursement of services rendered, and they will have the necessary customer service skills to succeed in this field.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Work efficiently with Windows-based applications using common, cross-application keyboard shortcuts; e.g., save, open, print, copy, paste, etc.
• Demonstrate competence in a variety of Windows-based applications.
Requirements                                                                                                      Hours
Vocational Business 119, Introduction to Keyboarding and Basic Windows                      60
Vocational Business 121, Introduction to Computer Software Applications                      60
Vocational Business 080, Introduction to Medical Billing                                              120
Vocational Business 012, Workforce Readiness                                                             60
                                           TOTAL 300
Certificate of Completion Receptionist/Information Clerk (30985)
The Receptionist/Information Clerk certificate program is designed to give students the skills for entry-level receptionist or information clerk positions. Clerical duties include greeting the public, answering phones, making appointments, and word processing.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Complete job applications and prepare for the interviewing process.
• Demonstrate competence in a variety of Windows-based applications.
Requirements                                                                                                     Hours
High School Subjects 338, Workforce Preparation                                                        72
Vocational Business 121, Introduction to Computer Software Ap­plications                      60
                                            TOTAL 132
 
VOCATIONAL: CLOTHING
Certificate of Completion Commercial Textile Worker (24146)
Completion of the Commercial Textile Worker certificate program will prepare students for entry-level employment in the commercial textile industry. Students will learn different types of fabrics, seam finishes, garment styles, and garment construction and repair.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Apply the concept and skills of sewing to successfully construct a garment.
Requirements                                                                                                       Hours
Vocational Clothing 483, Introduction Commercial Sewing                                            160
Vocational Clothing 477, Fundamentals Commercial Sewing                                         180
                                             TOTAL 340
VOCATIONAL: CONSTRUCTION
Certificate of Completion Carpenter (24097)
The Carpenter certificate program prepares students for entry-level employment in companies that manufacture kitchen and bathroom cabinets, music/media furniture, book shelves, and other furniture items using a variety of finishes.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Apply the concepts and skills of safe cabinetry in the design and construction of a project.
Requirements                                                                                                     Hours
Vocational Business 859, Introduction to Cabinetry/                                                  180
Furniture Refinishing, Pre-Apprentice
Vocational Business 953, Fundamentals of Cabinetry/                                                180
Furniture Refinishing, Pre-Apprentice
                                           TOTAL 360
Certificate of Completion Construction Laborer (24037)
The Construction Laborer certificate program prepares students for entry-level employment in the construction industry by providing basic knowledge and skills in construction with a focus on welding.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Apply the concepts and skills of safe welding in the design and construction of a project.
Requirements                                                                                                    Hours
Vocational Construction 608, Introduction to Welding, Pre-Apprentice                        180
Vocational Construction 611, Fundamentals of Welding, Pre-Apprentice                      180
                                         TOTAL 360
VOCATIONAL: FOOD
Certificate of Completion Commercial and Institutional Food Preparation (24093)
The Commercial and Institutional Food Preparation certificate program prepare students for employment in commercial and institutional food kitchens, especially in the restaurant industry, by providing knowledge and skills in hygiene, sanitation, storage, nutrition, and food service administration.
Learning Outcome(s)
Upon successful completion of this award, students will be able to:
• Apply the issues and concepts of safe food preparation.
Requirements                                                                                                    Hours
Vocational Food 010, Institutional Food Preparation                                                  240
High School Subjects 338, Workforce Preparation                                                       72
                                         TOTAL 312