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Earope.Advanced.Ear.Training.v1.65-AiR [REPACK] Full Version



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Description: Work Experience is designed to coordinate a student's on-the-job experience within the Administration of Justice professional field and their academic progression within the Administration of Justice program. This professional experience, which may be full- or part-time employment or internship/externship experience, provides students with valuable industry skills, technical knowledge, standards, and experiences that contribute to both student employability and student-centered community involvement and economic impact. Students may earn up to four (4) units per semester, for a maximum of 16 units of work experience total. 60 hours of volunteer work or 75 hours of paid work during the semester are required for each unit. No more than 20 hours per week, out of the 60/75 requirement, may be applied toward the work requirement. The course consists of 60 hours of volunteer work experience per unit with a maximum of 240 hours for 4 units per semester OR 75 hours of paid work experience per unit, with a maximum of 300 hours for 4 units per semester. (Letter grade only)


Description: ASE Test Preparation: Engine Repair is designed to prepare technicians and students to successfully complete the A1 Engine Repair ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) test. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 18 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: ASE Test Preparation - Automatic Transmission/ Transaxle is designed to prepare technicians and students to successfully complete the A2 Automatic Transmission/Transaxle ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) exam. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 18 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: ASE Test Preparation - Manual Drive Train and Axles is designed to prepare technicians and students to successfully complete the A3 Manual Drive Train and Axles ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) exam. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 18 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: ASE Test Preparation - Suspension and Steering is designed to prepare technicians and students to successfully complete the A4 Suspension and Steering ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) exam. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 18 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: Prepares technicians and students to successfully complete the A5 Brakes ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) test. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 18 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: Prepares technicians and students to successfully complete the A6 Electrical/Electronic Systems ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) test. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 18 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: Prepares technicians and students to successfully complete the A7 Heating and Air Conditioning ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) test. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 18 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: ASE Test Preparation- Engine Performance is designed to prepare technicians and students to successfully complete the A8 Engine Performance ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) test. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 18 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: ASE Test Preparation - Advanced Engine Performance is designed to prepare technicians and students to successfully complete the L1 Advanced Engine Performance ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) test. Technical content and test taking strategies will be presented. 36 hours lecture. (Pass/No Pass only)


Description: Introduction to social media and online digital promotional tools used to help promote entrepreneurs with their online presence and to successfully establish their brands. 54 hours lecture. (Letter grade only)


Description: Overview of business management in the global arena. Focus on global differences in cultures, financial transactions, legalities, and other business practices necessary to manage a diverse workforce in international operations, as well as to successfully negotiate in global business settings. 54 hours lecture. (Letter grade only)


Description: Continues discussion based on the content of CHE12A. Develops a detailed study of nucleophilic and elimination reactions from a mechanistic viewpoint. Aliphatic and aromatic chemistry will be fully integrated throughout CHE-12B. Considerable emphasis on synthesis. Laboratory includes techniques of syntheses, separation, and identification of several compounds, and an introduction to qualitative organic analysis. 54 hours lecture and 108 hours laboratory. (Letter Grade, or Pass/No Pass option)


Description: An introduction to Red Hat Linux System Administration. Develops the skills needed for basic administration and configuration of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This course introduces key command-line concepts and enterprise-level tools, laying the foundation for the rapid deployment of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Also introduces the basic administration skills needed for resolving configuration issues and integrating Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems with other existing environments. It lays the foundation for secure user and group administration, and develops skills that allow administrators to use available storage solutions more efficiently and securely. This is the first of a two-course series that takes a computer professional knowing nothing about Red Hat Linux to becoming a fully capable Red Hat Linux system administrator. 54 hours lecture 18 hours laboratory. (Letter grade only)


Description: Introduction to Adobe InDesign, the industry-standard publishing app. Design and publish high-quality documents across a full spectrum of digital and print media. 54 hours lecture and 18 hours laboratory. (TBA option) (Same as CAT-81) (Letter grade or Pass/No Pass option)


Description: An introduction to the culinary arts, both front and back of the house operations. Covers basic food preparation, menu and recipe planning/costing, food safety and sanitation, and nutrition. Learned skills will be implemented in food service and breakfast cookery in the Academy's full service restaurant. 45 hours lecture and 297 hours laboratory. (Letter grade only).


Description: A comprehensive and advanced exploration of classical, modern, and international food preparation; cooking and food service operations. Students will learn and develop food production and service skills by being exposed to quantity cooking methods and the use and care of equipment as they rotate through various positions in the daily operation of a full scale restaurant serving lunch. Emphasis on high standards of quality and efficient production of sauces, meats, poultry, fish, sausages, cured food, pates, terrines, and other cold foods. Further menu selection and balance, use of recipes, and evaluation of food products will be studied. An analysis of daily operations will focus on consistent or improved performance in a team environment and further development of supervision and restaurant skills. 45 hours lecture and 297 hours laboratory. (Letter grade only)


Description: In this supervised teaching course, the student will practice and demonstrate developmentally appropriate care and education of infants and toddlers. State recognized Infant and Toddler Learning and Development Guidelines will be explored to observe and identify social, emotional, language, cognitive, and perceptual/motor needs expressed by infants and toddlers. Planning and design of child oriented activities by respectfully individualizing the development of each child. Interpreting social emotional expressions of infants and toddlers as guidance to strengthen relationships with caregivers, peers, and families. Students will practice program planning, teaching competencies, and self-reflection of their application of theory to practice in a laboratory setting under the supervision of ECE/CD faculty and other qualified early education professionals. Professional behaviors consistent with Title 22 Licensing Regulations will be expected. 36 hours of lecture and 54 hours of laboratory experiences will be required. (Letter grade only)


Description: Provides hands-on experience working with infants, toddlers and young children with special needs in a variety of early intervention and educational settings, including natural environments, self-contained special day and fully-included early childhood classrooms. Reflective practice is emphasized as student teachers design, implement, and evaluate approaches, strategies and techniques that promote development and learning. 36 hours lecture and 108 hours laboratory. (TBA option) (Letter grade only)


Description: An overview of the developmental, environmental and cultural factors that impact the behavior of young children, including family stressors, child temperament, violence, attachment disorders, and special needs; and proactive intervention and prevention techniques. Topics include addressing reasons children misbehave, how to carefully observe a child, how to create a positive environment to encourage appropriate behavior, and how to effectively address many types


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