[Updated for Spring 2018 Semester]

   
ORIENTATION
June 23 and November 6, 2017,
from 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
at Willow Center in Room 107
 
ALL NEW STUDENTS must attend
Appraisal - Click here for details or
for information call (626) 934-2801.
 
Services available to the Public.
Click here for details.
 

TRADE CAREERS

 

Information Support & Services
Computer Repair & Network Component
Residential & Commercial Energy & Utilities
Major Appliance Service and Repair
Automotive Service Master Level
Automobile Technician
Mechanical Construction
Combination Welder
Machinist
Centerless Grinder Machinist and Basic CNC Programmer
Building Maintenance - NEW CLASS
Water Technology
Preparation for Water Distribution I and Treatment I

 

INFORMATION SUPPORT & SERVICES

 

Computer Repair & Networking
The course is divided into components in which a student may earn a certificate of completion. (1080 hours)

Computer Repair Component
The Computer Repair component provides an introduction that includes: assemble components based on customer requirements, install, configure and maintain devices, PCs and Windows 7, 8 and 10 OS installation for end users, understand the basics of networking and security/forensics, properly and safely diagnose, resolve and document common hardware and software issues while applying troubleshooting skills. Successful candidates will also provide appropriate customer support; understand the basics of virtualization, desktop imaging, and deployment. Students will be involved in troubleshooting and repairing and will learn to build their own computer as a part of the curriculum. Students will be prepared for A Plus (A+) certification by the end of the course. This class has added 3D printer activities in hands on work by students. Students will also work with Media objectives that include Home Theatre set up activities.

Network Component
The Networking Component includes: Instructor-Ied hands-on training to familiarize students with the topics of the Network+ certification examination, and will help students prepare for the Network+ test. This component includes: OSI Layer Concept, TCP/IP, "topologies" physical and network hardware, various network structures, the major network operating systems, Microsoft Windows Server Systems. Students will handle and install a Simple network system which includes: Preparing Cat5/Cat6 cables, routing cable, TCP/IP configuration; creating user lists, identifying full and half-duplexing, WAN and LAN, server, workstation, and host server-based networking and troubleshooting networking. Students will work on Cable, NIC, and router Broadband and Gateway, as both a default IP router and as a method to connect dissimilar systems or protocols. Students will enhance the knowledge of Android OS and iOS 5 and iCloud using Tablet and Apple iPad2. Students will learn troubleshooting of network problems, network maintenance and upgrade, and security applicable to prepare for Network+ certification.
Cost: $513 (includes registration $495 and insurance $18) + Books. For additional information, please call (626) 934-2832.
Students provide: One 16GB USB Flash Drive (must bring this flash drive on the first day of class).
CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.

  Course No Date Days Time Location Teacher
  60610.019 1/8 - 5/24/2018 M - Th 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Willow Center, 107 S. Sengupta


RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL ENERGY & UTILITIES

 

Major Appliance Service and Repair - Refrigerators, Ice Makers, Freezers
Partners with Whirlpool & Maytag, KitchenAid, Sears, LG, WASH, Best Buy, Coast Appliance Parts, Reliable Parts, K-W Sam-Sung.
Theory and practical training for job entry including refrigerators, washing machines, dryers, microwave ovens, and stoves. Learn to read wiring diagrams and sequence charts for appliance electrical diagnoses. Prepare for the E.P.A. (Environmental Protection Agency) Type 1 certification test, to work with refrigeration systems of 5 lbs. or less. Call: (626) 934-2936. (Total hours: 870.)
Session I: Fall Semester - Theory & Practical Training for Job Entry Refrigeration. Session I: Prepare for E.P.A. Plus Refrigeration theory (435 hours).
Session II: Spring Semester - Theory & Practical Training for Job Entry Washing Machines, Dryers, Microwaves, Ovens/ Stoves (435 hours).
CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.

  Course No Date Days Time Location Teacher
  60300.019 see below M - Th 8:00 am - 4:00 pm* Willow Center G. Ceniceros
  60300.013 see below MW 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm** Willow Center Staff
  * Day Class Cost: $956 per semester (includes registration $700, materials $100, insurance $18, and books $138)
Safety Glasses $10. (Takes 2 semesters to complete.) - January 8, 2018 - May 24, 2018.
** Evening Class Cost: $421 per semester (includes registration $275, materials $50 and insurance $18, and books $78).
(216 hours per semester. Takes approximately 4 semesters to complete.) - January 8, 2018 - May 24, 2018.
Partners with Whirlpool & Maytag, Kitchen Aide, Sears, Best Buy, Coast Appliances parts, Reliable Parts, K-W Sam-Sung.
For Appliance Repair Services contact (626) 934-2936.
 





AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES MASTER LEVEL

  HLPAE is a Certified
Bureau of Automotive
Repair (BAR)
training institute.
 

  Automobile Technician
This class will prepare you to become a NATEF Certified Mechanic in the automotive repair industry. Learn how to work on import and domestic vehicle. Classroom and valuable repair shop experience. ASE Master Certified Modules. (Total hours: 1,080. Takes 4 sessions to complete.) Cost: $770 (includes registration $495/session, materials $75, insurance $18, books $175 and goggles $7). CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.
Session I: Brakes & Suspension & Steering: Fall 2017
Session II: Engine Repair: Fall 2017
Session III: Electrical & Electronic Systems: 1/08/18 - 3/16/18
Session IV: Engine Performance/Engine Electric: 3/19/18 - 5/25/18
ALL NEW STUDENTS must attend Appraisal - Click here for details or for information call (626) 934-2801.
  Course No Days Time Location Teacher
  61110.019
Session I
M - F 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Willow Center, Automotive Shop M. Rojas
  60130.019
Session II
M - F 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Willow Center, Automotive Shop M. Rojas
  60140.019
Session III
M - F 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Willow Center, Automotive Shop M. Rojas
  60150.019
Session IV
M - F 8:30 am - 3:00 pm Willow Center, Automotive Shop M. Rojas
  For Auto Repair Services contact (626) 934-2932.



 
 

 


MECHANICAL CONSTRUCTION

 

Combination Welder
Call: (626) 934-2935.
Learn oxyacetylene gas cutting, shielded metal arc, gas metal arc (MIG), gas tungsten arc & flux core welding. (Total hours: 870.)
Cost: Total cost $956 (includes registration $570, supplies $200, insurance $18 and book $168). Students provide their own helmet, gloves, welding jacket & boots from an outside vendor with approval of the instructor.
CLICK HERE FOR FINANCIAL AID INFO.

  Course No Date Days Time Location Teacher
  60200.019 -- M - Th 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Willow Center L. Archie




 
 

 




 

New Students must attend Appraisal Testing. Call (626) 934-2801 for
dates and times.

MACHINIST

Centerless Grinder Machinist and Basic CNC
Programer

Through a grant from the ARCONIC Corporation, students will be able to learn and operate a Header Machine, producing precision fasteners for the Aerospace and Military Industry, along with basic CNC programming skills. Cost: $50 + insurance $18.
2nd term: November 9, 2017 - February 22, 2018
3rd term: February 27, 2018 - May 24, 2018
ALL NEW STUDENTS must attend Appraisal - Click here for details or for information call (626) 934-2801.

  Course No Days Time Location Teacher
  60400.903 TTh 3:00 pm - 9:45 pm La Puente High School, Room 215 Ringle
 

 




 

BUILDING MAINTENANCE
The Building Maintenance Program is designed to prepare individuals with marketable job skills in the field of Building maintenance services. The class mission encompasses and supports a comprehensive vocational curriculum that uses modern tools, technology and "green" processes. Upon successful completion of the course, students will learn the following topics, but not limited to; safety procedures, using power machines in servicing floors and carpets, and customer relations skills training. The program is divided into beginning, intermediate and advanced levels. Students are rotated between work crews and supervisors to widen their facilities management skills. Cost: $518 [class $400 ($50 per module), textbooks $100, insurance $18].
Session I: January 8, 2018 - May 24, 2018

  Course No Days Time Location Teacher
  60550.019 M - Th 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Willow Center, Portables Hooper
 

 


WATER TECHNOLOGY

 

Preparation for Water Distribution I and Treatment I
Water Technology Program is designed to prepare students who wish to seek entry level employment in the public water supply industry. There is a growing need for certified and trained water technology professionals in the area of Water Treatment and Water Distribution. Water experts project that over the next few years the water industry will see extensive job growth.
Cost: $300 per course + insurance $18. (Training may be free for those who qualify. Attend Orientation for more information.)

  Course No Date Days Time Location Teacher
  60500.011 1/8/18 - 5/24/18 T - Th
W
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
On-line

Willow Center, 112

King




 
 

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