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Transportation Industry

Auto Mechanic

Automotive Electrical Systems Certificate

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The Automotive Electrical Systems Certificate prepares the student for employment as an automotive electrical systems specialist. Students with the certificate are qualified to take Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) examination for certification in Electricity/Electronics and Air Conditioning.

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Engine Performance (Smog Check) Technician Certificate

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The Engine Performance Certificate provides the training required by the California Smog Check program and qualifies the student to take the Smog Check Technician license examination.

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Engine Rebuilding Certificate

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The Engine Rebuilding Certificate prepares students for employment as an automotive machinist.

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General Automotive Technician Certificate

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The General Automotive Technician curriculum is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to obtain entry level employment as automotive service and repair technicians. Students who successfully complete the requirements for the General Automotive Technician Associate of Science Degree or Certificate will be able to perform basic automotive maintenance and service operations and be immediately productive on the job.

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General Automotive Technician, A.S.

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The General Automotive Technician curriculum is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to obtain entry level employment as automotive service and repair technicians. Students who successfully complete the requirements for the General Automotive Technician Associate of Science Degree or Certificate will be able to perform basic automotive maintenance and service operations and be immediately productive on the job.

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High Performance Engines Building and Blueprinting Certificate

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The High Performance Engines Building and Blueprinting Certificate signifies that the student has developed skills in advanced engine machining and modification for improved performance. Students build on the skills developed in engine rebuilding courses to learn how to build and blueprint engines that exceed the manufacturer's original horsepower and torque ratings.

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Master Automotive Technician Certificate

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The Automotive Technology curriculum is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed as technicians in the automotive service industry. The Automotive Technology program at Chaffey College provides instruction pursuant to the standards defined by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF). Students who successfully complete the requirements for the Master Automotive Technician Associate of Science Degree or Certificate will be qualified to take the examinations required for certification as an Automotive Master Technician and will receive credit for one year of related work experience towards certification.

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Master Automotive Technician, A.S.

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The Automotive Technology curriculum is designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed as technicians in the automotive service industry. The Automotive Technology program at Chaffey College provides instruction pursuant to the standards defined by the National Automotive Technician Education Foundation (NATEF). Students who successfully complete the requirements for the Master Automotive Technician Associate of Science Degree or Certificate will be qualified to take the examinations required for certification as an Automotive Master Technician and will receive credit for one year of related work experience towards certification.

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Aircraft Mechanic

Aviation Maintenance Technology: Airframe Certificate

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This program provides the training needed to become an Aviation Maintenance Technician. Students who successfully complete the program will have the experience required by the Federal Aviation Administration for certification as an Airframe or Power plant Mechanic. Airframe and Power plant technicians are in demand by airlines and aviation maintenance providers. The Aeronautics program at Chaffey College is fully approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide the 1900 hours of experience required to become an Airframe or Power plant technician. Students may earn an Associate degree and/or separate college certificates in Airframe or Power plant.

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Aviation Maintenance Technology: Powerplant Certificate

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This program provides the training needed to become an Aviation Maintenance Technician. Students who successfully complete the program will have the experience required by the Federal Aviation Administration for certification as an Airframe or Power plant Mechanic. Airframe and Power plant technicians are in demand by airlines and aviation maintenance providers. The Aeronautics program at Chaffey College is fully approved by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to provide the 1900 hours of experience required to become an Airframe or Power plant technician. Students may earn an Associate degree and/or separate college certificates in Airframe or Power plant.

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Public Service Industry

Preschool Teacher

Child Development, A.S.

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The Child Development A.S. degree prepares students to be competent, effective teachers and caregivers in settings for young children where specific skills and knowledge are required to effectively address the multitude of teaching and caregiving tasks. Included are courses on child growth and development, child/family systems, current practices in brain research and its application to classroom teaching, working with children with special needs, and the importance of play in learning and curriculum development. Additionally, the Math/Science and Creative Arts courses offer “hands on” knowledge and skills in curriculum/lesson plan implementation, and a student teaching practicum connects discipline theory to practical application. This program’s component courses satisfy the State Commission on Teacher Credentialing for the Child Development Associate Teacher and Teacher permits required for employment in both the private and public sector in California.

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Correctional Officer

Correctional Science Certificate

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The Administration of Justice major prepares students for a
career in law enforcement. Courses within the program
acquaint students with the American Justice system, crime
causes, the role of law enforcement, roles of administration
of justice practitioners, evidence procedures, juvenile procedures and misdemeanor and felony violations of criminal
law. The program offers an Associate Degree/ Certificate for
students who wish to facilitate and further their career, occupational and educational goals in the field of law enforcement.

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Correctional Science Degree

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The Administration of Justice major prepares students for a
career in law enforcement. Courses within the program
acquaint students with the American Justice system, crime
causes, the role of law enforcement, roles of administration
of justice practitioners, evidence procedures, juvenile procedures and misdemeanor and felony violations of criminal
law. The program offers an Associate Degree/ Certificate for
students who wish to facilitate and further their career, occupational and educational goals in the field of law enforcement.

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Criminal Justice Certificate

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The Administration of Justice major prepares students for a
career in law enforcement. Courses within the program
acquaint students with the American Justice system, crime
causes, the role of law enforcement, roles of administration
of justice practitioners, evidence procedures, juvenile procedures and misdemeanor and felony violations of criminal
law. The program offers an Associate Degree/ Certificate for
students who wish to facilitate and further their career, occupational and educational goals in the field of law enforcement.

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Leadership in Criminal Justice Certificate

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The Administration of Justice major prepares students for a
career in law enforcement. Courses within the program
acquaint students with the American Justice system, crime
causes, the role of law enforcement, roles of administration
of justice practitioners, evidence procedures, juvenile procedures and misdemeanor and felony violations of criminal
law. The program offers an Associate Degree/ Certificate for
students who wish to facilitate and further their career, occupational and educational goals in the field of law enforcement.

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Police Officer

Criminal Justice Certificate

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The Administration of Justice major prepares students for a
career in law enforcement. Courses within the program
acquaint students with the American Justice system, crime
causes, the role of law enforcement, roles of administration
of justice practitioners, evidence procedures, juvenile procedures and misdemeanor and felony violations of criminal
law. The program offers an Associate Degree/ Certificate for
students who wish to facilitate and further their career, occupational and educational goals in the field of law enforcement.

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Leadership in Criminal Justice Certificate

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The Administration of Justice major prepares students for a
career in law enforcement. Courses within the program
acquaint students with the American Justice system, crime
causes, the role of law enforcement, roles of administration
of justice practitioners, evidence procedures, juvenile procedures and misdemeanor and felony violations of criminal
law. The program offers an Associate Degree/ Certificate for
students who wish to facilitate and further their career, occupational and educational goals in the field of law enforcement.

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Criminal Investigator

Criminal Justice Certificate

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The Administration of Justice major prepares students for a
career in law enforcement. Courses within the program
acquaint students with the American Justice system, crime
causes, the role of law enforcement, roles of administration
of justice practitioners, evidence procedures, juvenile procedures and misdemeanor and felony violations of criminal
law. The program offers an Associate Degree/ Certificate for
students who wish to facilitate and further their career, occupational and educational goals in the field of law enforcement.

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Leadership in Criminal Justice Certificate

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The Administration of Justice major prepares students for a
career in law enforcement. Courses within the program
acquaint students with the American Justice system, crime
causes, the role of law enforcement, roles of administration
of justice practitioners, evidence procedures, juvenile procedures and misdemeanor and felony violations of criminal
law. The program offers an Associate Degree/ Certificate for
students who wish to facilitate and further their career, occupational and educational goals in the field of law enforcement.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Technician Certificate

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To become an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in the State of California, you will need to successfully complete an approved EMT training program. The Chaffey College EMT training program is approved and meets the regulations established by the State of California Emergency Medical Services Administration (www.emsa.ca.gov), and by the Inland Counties Medical Association (ICEMA) (www.sbcounty.gov/icema/).

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Firefighter

Fire Technology: Professional Firefighter Certificate

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The Fire Technology degree and certificate programs are designed to (1) prepare interested students for careers in public or private fire service, (2) provide existing fire service personnel with continuing in-service training in skills applicable to their present position, (3) provide existing fire service personnel with upgraded skills needed to avail themselves of promotional opportunities, and (4) for college transfer students pursuing a higher education degree in Fire Protection Administration and Technology.

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Fire Technology: Professional Firefighter, A.S.

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The Fire Technology degree and certificate programs are designed to (1) prepare interested students for careers in public or private fire service, (2) provide existing fire service personnel with continuing in-service training in skills applicable to their present position, (3) provide existing fire service personnel with upgraded skills needed to avail themselves of promotional opportunities, and (4) for college transfer students pursuing a higher education degree in Fire Protection Administration and Technology.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies Certificate

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The Paralegal Studies certificate program is intended to prepare students for employment as paralegals in various legal sectors. The American Bar Association (ABA) By-Laws, Section 21.12 uses the terms “paralegal” and “legal assistant” interchangeably referring to persons who, although not members of the legal profession, are qualified through education, training, or work experience, and are employed or retained by a lawyer, law office, governmental agency, or other entity in a capacity or function which involves the performance under the direction and supervision of an attorney, of specifically delegated substantive legal work.

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Environmental Field Technician

Physical Science Technician, A.S.

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The Physical Science curriculum provides transfer students a sampling of courses fundamental to subsequent upper division specialization in astronomy, chemistry, earth science, engineering, geographic information systems (GIS), geology, mathematics, physics, or statistics. For non-transfer students, this curriculum is valuable preparation for obtaining employment at the level of technician.

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Information Technology Industry

Data Security Management

Cisco CCNA Examination Preparation, Levels I-IV Certificate

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The Cisco CCNA Examination Preparation Certificates, Levels I-IV, confirm that the student possesses the industry-recognized knowledge and skills required for completion of each level in a four-course sequence. In completing the sequence, the student is qualified to take the Cisco CCNA examination, which is administered by an outside agency.

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Cisco CCNP Examination Preparation, Levels V-VIII Certificate

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Cisco professionals design, build, and maintain computer networks that use Cisco software and hardware to form the networking and Internet foundations for business and government agencies worldwide. The Cisco Certified Network Professional (CCNP) Examination Preparation Certificates Levels V-VIII confirms that the student possesses the industry-recognized knowledge and skills required for each of the CCNP components. Upon successful completion of all four levels (taken in any sequence), the student is qualified to take the Cisco CCNP examination which is administered by an outside agency.

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Computer Information Systems Certificate

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The Computer Information Systems program is designed to (1) prepare students for the employment market at the entry level in computer operations, computer programming, and computer systems design/analysis, (2) provide a foundation for those students who plan to complete a four-year program in computer information systems, and (3) provide computer literacy for non-computer information systems students.

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Cyber Security Analyst Certificate

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This certificate is where students can lay the foundation for a career in Cyber Security starting with the core competencies in Computer Information Systems and Cyber Security. Coursework includes networking, systems administration, and core Cyber Security topics. In addition to gaining a Chaffey Certificate, earning credits towards an accredited certificate and A.S. degree will prepare students to take five industry recognized certification exams: Network+, Network Pro, Client Pro, Server+ and Security+.

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Cyber Security Defender Certificate

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This certificate will build upon the foundations of the Analyst Certificate and equips the student with the skill set to defend an organization in cyber space. The curriculum will cover the tools, techniques and advanced topics in ethical hacking. Additionally, the coursework will introduce programming, automation, cyber ops, and legal aspects of Cyber Security. This accredited certificate earns credits towards an A.S. Degree in Cyber Security and prepares students to take six industry certification exams: Network+, Network Pro, Client Pro, Server+, Security+ and Ethical Hacking.

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Cyber Security: Cyber Security Professional, A.S.

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This degree will help students enter the amazing field of Cyber Security, which is a dynamic, opportunity filled and high paying field. This degree starts by introducing the core topics within Computer Information Systems and Cyber Security. We then move into using tools, cyber ops standards, automation and advanced hacking techniques to equip students with the skills needed to defend an organization from cyber-attacks. Finally, we introduce advanced security and cloud administration to complete the degree. This curriculum will prepare students to take seven industry certification exams: Network+, Network Pro, Client Pro, Server+, Cloud+, Security+ and Ethical Hacking.

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Software Developer

Computer Game Development Certificate

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The Computer Game Development Certificate sets the foundation for a career in game development with the introduction of the programming and graphic elements of the field.

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Computer Information Systems, A.S.

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The Computer Information Systems program is designed to (1) prepare students for the employment market at the entry level in computer operations, computer programming, and computer systems design/analysis, (2) provide a foundation for those students who plan to complete a four-year program in computer information systems, and (3) provide computer literacy for non-computer information systems students.

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Dreamweaver Web Developer Certificate

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The Dreamweaver Web Developer Certificate prepares students for positions using Macromedia Dreamweaver to develop Internet and Intranet Web sites.

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Flash Game Developer Certificate

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The Flash Game Developer certificate prepares students for a career in developing computer games with the Flash programming language.

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Flash Web Developer Certificate

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The Flash Web Developer certificate prepares students for positions using Macromedia Flash to develop Internet and Intranet Web sites.

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Microsoft Access Programmer Certificate

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The Microsoft Access Programmer designs, develops and maintains database systems that can be used by any size organization or Internet-based business.

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Microsoft FrontPage Web Developer Certificate

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The Microsoft FrontPage Web Developer Certificate prepares students for positions using FrontPage to develop Internet and Intranet Web sites.

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Visual Basic Programmer Certificate

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The Visual Basic Programmer develops and maintains applications that can be used by any size organization or Internet-based business.

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Web Page Developer Certificate

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Level One: The Web Page Developer Level One Certificate prepares students for positions developing Internet and Intranet Web pages.
Level Two: The Web Page Developer Level Two Certificate prepares students for advanced positions developing Internet and Intranet Web pages, and for those applications requiring programming skills, such as electronic commerce.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Information Systems, A.S.

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The Computer Information Systems program is designed to (1) prepare students for the employment market at the entry level in computer operations, computer programming, and computer systems design/analysis, (2) provide a foundation for those students who plan to complete a four-year program in computer information systems, and (3) provide computer literacy for non-computer information systems students.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Systems, A.S.

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The Computer Information Systems program is designed to (1) prepare students for the employment market at the entry level in computer operations, computer programming, and computer systems design/analysis, (2) provide a foundation for those students who plan to complete a four-year program in computer information systems, and (3) provide computer literacy for non-computer information systems students.

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Computer Support Technician (A+) Certificate

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The Computer Support Technician Certificate prepares the student for positions in industry supporting microcomputer users in hardware and software areas as well as to prepare for the Comp TIA A+ examination. The examination is administered by an outside agency.

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Internet Support Specialist (I-Net+) Certificate

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The Internet Support Specialist certificate prepares the student to serve as a resource for any size organization in maintaining its Internet service or Web presence, as well as to prepare for the Comp TIA I-Net+ certification examination. The examination is administered by an outside agency.

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Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician (MCDST) Certificate

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The Microsoft Certified Desktop Support Technician certificate prepares students for positions troubleshooting desktop environments running on the Microsoft Windows operating system in all size organizations. The certificate also helps students prepare for the MCDST certification examination. The examination is administered by an outside agency.

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Database Administrator

Database Specialist Level I Certificate

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The Database Specialist Level I certificate prepares students for entry level positions involving the design and development of database systems in an organization.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Microsoft Network Specialist (MCSA) Certificate

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The demand for networking professionals to administer and support computer networks far exceeds the supply and will continue to do so well into the twentyfirst century. The Microsoft Network Specialist Certificate enables the student to specialize in Microsoft networking as well as to prepare for the Microsoft Certification exams. The examinations are administered by an outside agency.

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Network Administrator (Network +) Certificate

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The demand for networking professionals to administer and support computer networks far exceeds the supply and will continue to do so well into the twentyfirst century. The Networking Administrator Certificate enables the student to acquire networking skills as well as to prepare for the CompTIA Network+ and Server+ examinations. The examinations are administered by an outside agency.

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Healthcare Industry

Certified Nursing Assistant

CNA Certificate

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Increase your earning potential in only 8 weeks through the Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) Program at Chaffey College. As a CNA you will assist ill or recovering patients with their healthcare needs. The registered nurse or licensed practical nurse assigns duties to the CNA depending on the needs of the patient. These duties can be providing basic care or assisting in daily activities patients have trouble with, such as bathing, grooming, and toileting. CNAs often work in a wide variety of settings; nursing homes, hospitals, adult day care centers, personal homes, assisted living facilities and more than 30 other facility types.

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Dental Assistant

Dental Assisting Certificate

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The Dental Assisting Program at Chaffey College is designed to provide the educational opportunity and setting that will develop the social and technical skills required of a licensed allied dental health professional.

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Dental Assisting, A.S.

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The Dental Assisting Program at Chaffey College is designed to provide the educational opportunity and setting that will develop the social and technical skills required of a licensed allied dental health professional.

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Dietetic Technician

Dietetic Service Supervisor Certificate

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This program, approved by the California State Department of Health, prepares students for entry level management in a food service department in health care, community care, or school food service organizations, including entry levels of supervision. The program fulfills the federal and state training regulations for positions in general acute-care hospitals, acute psychiatric hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, and intermediate/residential-care facilities.

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Pharmacy Technician

Pharmacy Technician Certificate

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This occupational program prepares students for work as Pharmacy Technicians. The program provides both the technical and practical training that enables the technician, upon licensure, to function as a competent entry-level assistant to the pharmacist. Pharmacies, home-health care settings, and government agencies. Program curriculum consists of lecture and laboratory instruction in both simulated and supervised clinical environment.

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Pharmacy Technician, A.S.

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This occupational program prepares students for work as Pharmacy Technicians. The program provides both the technical and practical training that enables the technician, upon licensure, to function as a competent entry-level assistant to the pharmacist. Pharmacies, home-health care settings, and government agencies. Program curriculum consists of lecture and laboratory instruction in both simulated and supervised clinical environment.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.S.

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The Radiologic Technology program leads to an Associate in Science degree and certification. Training includes operation of digital and conventional x-ray equipment, exposing and processing images, utilizing radiation protection practices, positioning patients, and patient care. Concurrent clinical training is conducted in hospitals affiliated with Chaffey College. The Radiologic Technology program is accredited by the State of California and the Joint Review Committee on Education in Radiologic Technology, (JRCERT; www.jrcert.org). Upon successful completion, graduates earn Diagnostic Radiologic Technology and Radiologic Technologist Fluoroscopy Permit certificates and are eligible to become licensed as Radiologic Technologists. There are fees for obtaining licensure by examination and certification. The national certification examination and the State of California Certified Radiologic Technologist and Fluoroscopy Permit examinations are administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT; www.arrt.org). There are application fees for certification with the State of California (CRT). The program articulates with the California State University Northridge and the Loma Linda University Radiologic Technology programs for the bachelor’s degree.

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Nurse - LPN / LVN

Vocational Nursing Certificate

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The Vocational Nurse is a care giver in acute and extended care facilities. In addition, VNs are employed in home health care, emergency clinics and as reviewers of health care utilization. The Vocational Nursing (VN) program is accredited by the State of California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT). Upon completion of the program, students are eligible to apply to take the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians licensing examination to practice as a Vocational Nurse. The VN program is one year and a half (18 month program/ 3 school semesters/ program not offered over the summer) with new enrollment beginning in the fall and spring semesters. The program consists of lecture and laboratory instruction in actual nursing situations.

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Vocational Nursing, A.S.

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The Vocational Nurse is a care giver in acute and extended care facilities. In addition, VNs are employed in home health care, emergency clinics and as reviewers of health care utilization. The Vocational Nursing (VN) program is accredited by the State of California Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians (BVNPT). Upon completion of the program, students are eligible to apply to take the Board of Vocational Nursing and Psychiatric Technicians licensing examination to practice as a Vocational Nurse. The VN program is one year and a half (18 month program/ 3 school semesters/ program not offered over the summer) with new enrollment beginning in the fall and spring semesters. The program consists of lecture and laboratory instruction in actual nursing situations.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Certificate

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The Culinary Arts Certificate is an entry-level program that prepares students for employment opportunities in the food service industry. The program emphasizes basic preparation, production, and sanitation standards involved in food production.

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Hotel and Food Service Management: Food Service, A.S.

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The Food Service program prepares students for management positions in the rapidly growing food service industry. Graduates are prepared to assume management responsibilities in restaurants, resorts, commercial food services, institutional and owner-operated businesses, food production and related commercial food sales and services.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Drafting Technician: Architectural Certificate

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The drafting programs provide the basic knowledge and skills in drafting, mathematics, and related scientific and engineering areas to prepare students for employment in any of three drafting fields. Each option focuses on drafting/design methods with computer-aided drafting (CAD), as used in engineering, manufacturing and architectural industries.

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Drafting Technician: Architectural, A.S.

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The drafting programs provide the basic knowledge and skills in drafting, mathematics, and related scientific and engineering areas to prepare students for employment in any of three drafting fields. Each option focuses on drafting/design methods with computer-aided drafting (CAD), as used in engineering, manufacturing and architectural industries.

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Drafting Technician: Mechanical Certificate

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The drafting programs provide the basic knowledge and skills in drafting, mathematics, and related scientific and engineering areas to prepare students for employment in any of three drafting fields. Each option focuses on drafting/design methods with computer-aided drafting (CAD), as used in engineering, manufacturing and architectural industries.

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Drafting Technician: Mechanical, A.S.

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The drafting programs provide the basic knowledge and skills in drafting, mathematics, and related scientific and engineering areas to prepare students for employment in any of three drafting fields. Each option focuses on drafting/design methods with computer-aided drafting (CAD), as used in engineering, manufacturing and architectural industries.

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Engineering Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Engineering, A.S.

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This curriculum provides students with sufficient understanding of engineering concepts
and skills for attainment of upper-division status in engineering in a four-year college or
university. For the non-transfer student, this curriculum should be of value in attaining
employment at the level of technician. The California Engineering Liaison Committee
urges transfer students to remain in the community college until completion of lower-
division requirements in mathematics, chemistry, physics, and engineering, insofar as
those courses are offered.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electromechanical Technology Level I Certificate

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Industrial Electrical Technology: Electromechanical Technology Level I Certificate prepares students for careers in environments that require knowledge of electrical and hydraulic systems.

Each program is designed to provide students with the skills needed to master current technology and gain employment in industry. Programs are divided into levels or "building blocks," allowing each student to meet their specific career goals. A certificate is awarded at each level. Associate of Science Degrees are awarded for each program. Credit may be earned for Internship Work Experience and is strongly recommended for all three programs.

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Mechatronics Level I Certificate

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Mechatronics in modern industry relies on highly complex production systems to produce high-quality, economical products for an ever-demanding world. This degree trains students to effectively troubleshoot, maintain, and repair mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, digital, PLC, and motion controls systems. Students who complete this program of study will be prepared to work in a wide range of industries that utilize modern equipment including industrial robotics, programmable logic controllers and other electrical / mechanical systems. Students also develop skills needed to enable processes to work together by integrating technologies similar to those found in manufacturing, logistics, distribution centers, and industrial applications.

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Mechatronics Level II Certificate

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Mechatronics in modern industry relies on highly complex production systems to produce high-quality, economical products for an ever-demanding world. This degree trains students to effectively troubleshoot, maintain, and repair mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, digital, PLC, and motion controls systems. Students who complete this program of study will be prepared to work in a wide range of industries that utilize modern equipment including industrial robotics, programmable logic controllers and other electrical / mechanical systems. Students also develop skills needed to enable processes to work together by integrating technologies similar to those found in manufacturing, logistics, distribution centers, and industrial applications.

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Mechatronics, A.S.

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The A.S. in Industrial Electrical Technology: Mechatronics includes the core curriculum for the Level I, and II certificates of achievement, as well as the completion of General Education requirements. Entry-level courses in General Education (arts and humanities, mathematics and natural sciences, and the social sciences) can help you gain a greater understanding of and appreciation for the world and its people. These general education courses will enhance communication skills, improve critical thinking skills and help with a professional career in Electrical/Mechanical Systems (Mechatronics).

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Engineering Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Industrial Maintenance Mechanic Certificate

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Industrial maintenance workers maintain and repair factory equipment and other industrial machinery such as conveying systems, production machinery, and packaging equipment.

This certificate provides entry-level marketable skills that give the student a basic understanding of terminology, construction math, safety, tools, print reading, communication skills, industrial maintenance, electrical, and construction. Student will develop fundamental skills required to gain employment in their designated skill.

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Machinist

Engineering Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology Certificate of Achievement

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Engineering Technology Associate Degree program prepares students for employment in technical fields or to transfer to university engineering technology programs. By completing the degree or certificate requirements, students acquire a foundation in the principles of engineering, engineering design, computer-aided design, electronics, manufacturing processes, manufacturing automation, and the application of math and science in technical fields. This program is tightly linked to our mechanical drafting program and many students choose to do both.

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Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Industrial Electrical Technology Level I Certificate

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The Industrial Electrical Technology Level I Certificate of Achievement provides students with the fundamental skills for career paths in the electrical trades, sales, construction, industry, and utility companies. Completing the certificate requirements, students form a foundation in electrical theory, blueprint reading, and the ability to use the National Electrical Code (NEC - NFPA 70). They also gain knowledge of energy sources including photovoltaic (solar) systems. Courses assist students to develop communication, and teamwork skills. Knowledge acquired throughout the certificate program readies first time employees, entering the trade.

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Industrial Electrical Technology Level II Certificate

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The Industrial Electrical Technology Level II Certificate of Achievement provides students with the fundamental skills needed for employment in the electrical trades, including manufacturing, construction, industry, logistics, and utility companies. Completing the certificate requirements, students form a foundation in electrical theory, circuit wiring standards, and industrial electrical controls, including troubleshooting and programmable logic controllers. Knowledge acquired throughout the certificate program ready’s first-time employees, as well as improves the abilities of those already in the trade.

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Industrial Electrical Technology Level III Certificate

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The Industrial Electrical Technology Level III Certificate of Achievement provides students with the fundamental skills for career paths in the electrical trades, including manufacturing, construction, industry, and utility companies. Completing the certificate requirements, students form a foundation in electrical theory, circuit wiring standards, and industrial electrical controls, including troubleshooting and programmable logic controllers. Courses assist students to develop communication, computer, problem-solving techniques, and teamwork skills. Knowledge acquired throughout the certificate program ready’s first-time employees, as well as improves the abilities of those already in the trade.

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Industrial Electrical Technology, A.S.

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The A.S. in Industrial Electrical Technology includes the core curriculum for the Level I, II, and III certificates of achievement, as well as the completion of General Education requirements. Entry-level courses in General Education (arts and humanities, mathematics and natural sciences, and the social sciences) can help you gain a greater understanding of and appreciation for the world and its people. These general education courses will enhance communication skills, improve critical thinking skills and help with a professional career in Industrial Electrical Technology. The Industrial Electrical Technology A.S. degree curriculum covers electricity, magnetics, fundamentals of control systems, electrical machinery, micro processing, programmable logic controllers (PLC), DC and AC variable speed drives, and automation, including modern sophisticated concepts and practical applications.

As a certificated Electrician, you will be able to: Maintain and repair all machinery used in the industry; Commercial Buildings, Electrical Power, Repairman, General Electrician, Troubleshooting Expert, Manufacturing Technician. Electricians are usually paid hourly. Job growth is expected to be higher than the average in coming years. Most of this growth will be due to the increasing population and growing economy which lead to more construction and remodeling that involves the work of electricians. In addition, innovations in technology will create higher demand for electricians as buildings need to have electrical systems for computers, and industrial facilities are using more automated and robotic equipment. Existing buildings need to be remodeled to incorporate electronic systems for computers as well.

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Industrial Electrical Technology, A.S.

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The A.S. in Industrial Electrical Technology includes the core curriculum for the Level I, II, and III certificates of achievement, as well as the completion of General Education requirements. Entry-level courses in General Education (arts and humanities, mathematics and natural sciences, and the social sciences) can help you gain a greater understanding of and appreciation for the world and its people. These general education courses will enhance communication skills, improve critical thinking skills and help with a professional career in Industrial Electrical Technology. The Industrial Electrical Technology A.S. degree curriculum covers electricity, magnetics, fundamentals of control systems, electrical machinery, micro processing, programmable logic controllers (PLC), DC and AC variable speed drives, and automation, including modern sophisticated concepts and practical applications.

As a certificated Electrician, you will be able to: Maintain and repair all machinery used in the industry; Commercial Buildings, Electrical Power, Repairman, General Electrician, Troubleshooting Expert, Manufacturing Technician. Electricians are usually paid hourly. Job growth is expected to be higher than the average in coming years. Most of this growth will be due to the increasing population and growing economy which lead to more construction and remodeling that involves the work of electricians. In addition, innovations in technology will create higher demand for electricians as buildings need to have electrical systems for computers, and industrial facilities are using more automated and robotic equipment. Existing buildings need to be remodeled to incorporate electronic systems for computers as well.

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