ROP Course Offerings
As a student in our public service program, you will receive an overview of the eligibility and training standards required for Communications Dispatchers (Dispatchers). Dispatcher’s perform a variety of communication responsibilities for receiving, evaluating, and dispatching calls from coworkers, field units, allied agencies, and members of the public concerning emergency and civil incidents. You will gain practical experience in the area of law enforcement communications, interpersonal communications, telephone/technology procedures, regulations and reports for missing persons, domestic abuse, child and elder abuse, hate crimes as well as communications responsibility related to community policing and cultural diversity. This course will also provide you with knowledge of radio technologies and map reading. The curriculum for this course includes very important 21st century job skills, such as effective communication, critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration that have been identified as foundational to success at school and at work.Contact:
This comprehensive program consists of theory and practical experience in all aspects of cosmetology. Licensed cosmetologists teach all phases of this 1600 clock hour course including how to shampoo, cut, style, straighten, color, and perm hair. Students will also learn facial, scalp, make-up analysis, manicure, and pedicure techniques, as well as state licensing requirements and safety procedures. Upon successful completion, students are eligible to take the state certification test to become a licensed cosmetologist. Specific hours of attendance and demonstrated practical operations are required to complete the course.Contact:
Cybersecurity 1 prepares students for a career in information technology with a focus on cybersecurity. The course includes a series of technical subjects that provide hands-on knowledge and skills in computer hardware, operating systems, networking, and information security concepts.
Hardware: Students cover eleven fundamental topics leading to the successful completion of the CompTIA A+ 220-901 examination.
Software: Students cover twelve fundamental topics leading to the successful completion of the CompTIA A+ 220-902 examination and their CompTIA A+ Certification.Contact:
Emergency Medical Technician
This course prepares students for a career as an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) and allows students to join the ranks of highly trained and respected emergency medical first responders. It covers techniques of emergency medical care presently considered within the responsibilities of the emergency medical technician and emphasizes the development of student skills in recognition of symptoms of illnesses and injuries and proper procedures of emergency care. Students will also learn about EMS equipment, communication protocols and medical, legal and ethical issues governing EMS. This course will prepare the student for the National Registry written exam, a required industry certification. This course meets the standards of training set forth by the Inland Counties Emergency Medical Association (ICEMA).Contact:
This capstone course is designed to provide students with knowledge of career opportunities for entry level employment and continuing education in teaching careers. Career preparations standards, health and safety, professional ethics, instructional support, communication, interpersonal and problem-solving skills are integrated throughout the course. Active class participation is enhanced by fieldwork at school sites under the guidance of a supervising teacher. All students are required to observe and/or participate in a variety of educational settings.Contact:
This 630-hour course provides students with entry to advanced levels of knowledge and skills needed for success in today’s manufacturing industries. Students learn machining and manufacturing procedures for conventional lathes and mills as well as learn how to set up and use (CNC) Computerized Numerical Control Machining/Centers. Course content includes instruction in basic layout, use of precision instruments, blueprint reading and green manufacturing, layout, tool path creating, inspection, and use of CAD/CAM software applications. Students are also exposed to 3 and 5 axis machining techniques. Successful completion of course modules prepares student for testing and credentialing through (NIMS) National Institute for Metalworking Skills in Job Planning, Bench-work and Layout, and an additional credential of their skill choice.Contact:
This 360-hour course is designed to train students to obtain entry-level positions in the Pharmacy Technician industry. The program teaches students basic pharmacology, measurement and calculating techniques, pharmaceutical abbreviations, terminology and classification, preparations of unit dose packaging, preparation and delivery of medications, inventory control, legal and ethical responsibilities, clerical skills, and customer service skills.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will meet the requirements of the State Board of Pharmacy for employment as a Pharmacy Technician. The student will also be eligible to apply for a Pharmacy Technician license and be prepared for the national exam. Instruction includes both classroom and clinical training at pharmacies.Contact:
Private Security Guard
This course introduces students to the private security profession in the United States. Topics include current trends and the role of private security compared to that of police officers. Students explore specialized security fields. Students explore specialized security fields and career opportunities in various industries. The course also explains computer security, the organizational role for security, risk analysis, litigation, and technological advancements. This course may include both classroom and online activities such as video, tests/quizzes, simulations, and discussions. This course will require out of class work such as reading and writing assignments, practice and practical application assignments, and project.Contact:
Registered Dental Assistant
This is a comprehensive 900-hour course that prepares students for the field of Dental Assisting. The curriculum includes anatomy and physiology, terminology, front office operations, radiology and chair side procedures. The course includes classroom theory, clinical/lab practice, and community classroom (internship) hours. The course has been approved by the Dental Board of California, which allows those students successfully completing the course to take the examination for licensure as registered dental assistants.Contact:
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) 1: Taking to the Sky (Information and Communications Technologies)
This course introduces students to the expanding world of Information and Communication Technology using Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Students will focus on the history of the technology and how the field has grown in the past decades. In collaboration with the Unmanned Safety Institute (USI), the UAS 1 and UAS 2 courses will prepare students to test for the ‘Small UAS Safety Certification’ indicating safe and professional application of a UAS. Additionally, the courses prepare students to test for the FAA Part 7 Remote Pilot Exam. Students will be exposed to the exciting field of small, remotely controlled flying systems through in classroom systems up to professional grade systems in the field. Students will participate in reviews and discussions on current US and international usage and industry applications of this evolving technology, including understanding of systems, programming and communication protocols.Contact: