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Understudy Enrollment: 15,000 (Cum. 620,000)Cities of Student habitation: 24 Majority Cities of Residence: Reseda, Canoga Park, Woodland Hills, Van NuysCourse Offerings: 110Class Sections: 249. Set up: 1965 (40 years)- WASC Accredited. Hours of Classes. 66 downright hours each week8:00 AM-9:30 PM M-Th 8:00 AM-4:00 PM F 8:00 AM-12:15 PM Sat 45 weeks for each year (2 semesters summer ses
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West Valley Occupational Center Fast Facts

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Established: 1965 (40 years)- WASC Accredited Student Enrollment: 15,000 (Cum. 620,000) Cities of Student habitation: 24+ Majority Cities of Residence: Reseda, Canoga Park, Woodland Hills, Van Nuys Course Offerings: 110 Class Sections: 249

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Hours of Classes 66 add up to hours every week 8 :00 AM - 9:30 PM M-Th 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM F 8:00 AM - 12:15 PM Sat 45 weeks for each year (2 semesters + summer session

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Hours of Classes (cont.) 61 Classrooms 2240 Student seats accessible day by day 2240 Student seats accessible 1-6:00 p.m. M-F

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School Year 2002-2003 Certificates of Completion Vocational ......................… … ..2,987 ESL............................................1,876 H.S. Confirmation/GED.......................163 State/County Licenses Issued: ..........744 Automotive Service Excellence… 125 Swimming Pool Technician.............30 Contractor......................................165 Smog Technician ............................35

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Completion (cont.) Cosmetologist ......… ......80 EMT .....................… .....99 Esthetician ............… .....50 Manicurist .......… ..........44 CNA ..................… ......102 LVN .....................… ......14

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Student Support Services Adults with Disabilities Counseling and Testing Children\'s Center/Childcare/Preschool/Kindergarten Distance Learning High School Dropout Recovery AEWC 300 Full Time Annually

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Student Support Services (cont.) Internships Community Classroom 8 Program zones 35 destinations Job Placement Center 630 Student Placements 828 Employers Served Refugee Project

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High School Students Served 39 Public/Private High School 1538 Concurrent Students 300 Full Time High School (AEWC) 1627 Classes Completed

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Articulations With Community College Pierce Community College Automotive Business CAD/Drafting Landscaping Childcare Electronics

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Articulations (cont.) Mission Community College Culinary Arts Trade Tech. Junior college Fashion Design

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Trade Advisory Committees 27 Separate Program Committees Meet Yearly Program Design/Curriculum Job Placement Donations/Equipment/Expertise/Supplies

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Community Based Organizations Partnerships 29 Public/Private Agencies Scholarships Classroom Training Referral of Students Donations

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Career Tech Academy Small Learning Community Proposal West Valley Occupational Center

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Career Tech Academy 600 understudy institute 4 extraordinary smaller than expected foundations 150 understudies every Governed by administrator of the Division of Adult and Career Education Administered by chief of the word related focus Academic program will be managed by the colleague primary of auxiliary instruction

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Career Tech Academy (cont.) School of decision chose by guardians and 11 th and 12 th grade understudies whose profession pathway is work or potentially school instruction

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Health and Cosmetology Careers Academy 150 understudies

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High school understudies have various choices in the Health and Cosmetology Career Academy offered at West Valley Occupational Center

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Cosmetology vocation pathway: Manicurist (400 hours)* Esthetician (600 hours)* Cosmetologist (1600 hours)* Massage Therapist (600 hours) * State Bureau of Cosmetology Board License endorsed programs

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Health vocations pathway: Medical Secretary/Transcriber (100 hours) Medical Secretary/Insurance Coder and Biller (130 hours Emergency Medical Technician (150 hours)* Certified Nursing Assistant/Home Health Care Aid (219 hours)* Pharmacy Technician (500 hours)* Imaging Technician (1200 hours)* Surgical Technician* Licensed Vocational Nurse (1530 hours)* * State, County and National authorizing affirmed

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Students in wellbeing occupations must finish: Clinical/temporary job hours Sites in doctor\'s facilities, specialist\'s workplaces, drug stores, protection, or rescue vehicle organizations Pathways that prompt to reasonable work at the season of secondary school graduation Licensing necessities Articulation with junior colleges for passageway into enlisted nursing, pharmacology, and doctor aide programs

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Business Tech Academy 150 understudies

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High school understudies have a few alternatives in the Business Tech. Foundation, offered at West Valley Occupational Center.

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Business advancements professions pathway: Office Assistant (600 hours) Commercial Photographer (600 hours) Computerized Accounting Clerk (800 hours) Legal Office Assistant (800 hours) Computer Operator (700 hours) Medical Office Assistant (1120 hours) Graphic/Advertising Designer (1200 hours) Computer Animator (1200 hours) Reprographics Technician

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Construction Trade Academy 150 understudies

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High school understudies have a few alternatives in the Construction Trades Career Academy, offered at West Valley Occupational Center

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Construction exchanges vocation pathway: Computer Assisted Drafter/Mechanical and Architectural (240) Construction Worker/Pre-disciple (300) Drafter (500) Landscaper/Design, Layout and Construction(1200) Construction Worker/Construction Remodel (1200) Articulation with Pierce school for finishing and drafting programs

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Automotive Technician Career Academy150 understudies

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High school understudies have a few choices in the "NATEF Certified" Automotive Technician Career Academy, offered at West Valley Occupational Center.

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If an understudy wishes to begin a profession with a car dealership, their pathway could be: The Automotive Youth Education System (AYES) Program Has associations with neighborhood car merchants Students begin the program when they enter the eleventh grade

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Automotive vocations pathway: Automotive Technician (130) Brakes/Steering and Suspension Engine Performance Electrical Smog Automotive Body Repair Technician (130) Automotive Body Repair Estimator (120)

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Automotive Training Program, is a "NATEF Certified" (National Automotive Technician Education Foundation) program. Car Youth Education System (AYES) Program is a two year apprenticeship. All pathways prompt to suitable work at the season of graduation. Explanation with Pierce school prompts to AA Degree.

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Master Plan Guidelines Preserve and Enhance Existing Occupational Programs and Facilities Develop Safe Access, Circulation, & Parking Redevelop Campus Core with New Structures, Open Spaces, & Shared Facilities Implement Phasing for Improvements

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Master Plan Guidelines PHASE 1 Develop Child Care office & brief stopping Develop Small Learning Community structure & North Gates Reconfigure Automotive & Industrial shop workplaces and stopping

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Master Plan Guidelines PHASE 2 Relocate Occupational classes to Small Learning Community structure while new offices are manufactured Develop new Occupational structures & stopping Develop Transit Plazas & Pedestrian Gates Redevelop focal stopping range with patio, drop-off, & stopping

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Master Plan Guidelines PHASE 3 Develop multi-reason structure, cafeteria, & mechanical shops Develop west entryway, get to street, plant offices, & drop-offs Redevelop Automotive/Industrial shops, workplaces, & classrooms Relocate Occupational classes to new structures Open Small Learning Community to High School Students Redevelop Research Arboretum

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Drawings Produced by Travis Gage, Dennis Salazar, & Stephanie Jacob. Coordinated by Mr. J. Inchaurregui

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