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Auto Body Technician

Advanced Auto Collision Structure Repair and Refinish Certificate

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This is a Nationally Certified Auto Collision Repair program that uses the I-CAR live curriculum with the primary purpose of preparing you for careers in the auto collision repair industry. You can also achieve the necessary credits to obtain an associate degree. A minimum of 45 ACT credits and 15 general education credits are required for the AAS degree. Some courses may transfer to a bachelor’s degree in automotive management. Students must comply with personal and environmental safety practices in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. Each certificate is a full one-semester program. An optional Advanced Semester is available.

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Advanced Auto Customization and Performance Certificate

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This program is designed to give you basic and advanced skill training needed for successful entry into the automotive customizing and refinishing industry through theory and lab experiences. Each certificate is a full one-semester program.

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Auto Collision Technology, A.A.S.

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This is a Nationally Certified Auto Collision Repair program that uses the I-CAR live curriculum with the primary purpose of preparing you for careers in the auto collision repair industry. You can also achieve the necessary credits to obtain an associate degree. A minimum of 45 ACT credits and 15 general education credits are required for the AAS degree. Some courses may transfer to a bachelor’s degree in automotive management. Students must comply with personal and environmental safety practices in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. Each certificate is a full one-semester program. An optional Advanced Semester is available.

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Auto Customization and Performance Certificate

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This program is designed to give you basic and advanced skill training needed for successful entry into the automotive customizing and refinishing industry through theory and lab experiences. Each certificate is a full one-semester program.

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Automotive Collision Industry Introduction Certificate

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This is a Nationally Certified Auto Collision Repair program that uses the I-CAR live curriculum with the primary purpose of preparing you for careers in the auto collision repair industry. You can also achieve the necessary credits to obtain an associate degree. A minimum of 45 ACT credits and 15 general education credits are required for the AAS degree. Some courses may transfer to a bachelor’s degree in automotive management. Students must comply with personal and environmental safety practices in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. Each certificate is a full one-semester program. An optional Advanced Semester is available.

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Automotive Customization, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to give you basic and advanced skill training needed for successful entry into the automotive customizing and refinishing industry through theory and lab experiences. Each certificate is a full one-semester program.

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Automotive Customizing Industry Introduction Certificate

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This program is designed to give you basic and advanced skill training needed for successful entry into the automotive customizing and refinishing industry through theory and lab experiences. Each certificate is a full one-semester program.

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Beginning Auto Collision Non-Structure Repair and Refinish Certificate

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This is a Nationally Certified Auto Collision Repair program that uses the I-CAR live curriculum with the primary purpose of preparing you for careers in the auto collision repair industry. You can also achieve the necessary credits to obtain an associate degree. A minimum of 45 ACT credits and 15 general education credits are required for the AAS degree. Some courses may transfer to a bachelor’s degree in automotive management. Students must comply with personal and environmental safety practices in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. Each certificate is a full one-semester program. An optional Advanced Semester is available.

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Industry Prepared Structure, Repair and Refinish Certificate

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This is a Nationally Certified Auto Collision Repair program that uses the I-CAR live curriculum with the primary purpose of preparing you for careers in the auto collision repair industry. You can also achieve the necessary credits to obtain an associate degree. A minimum of 45 ACT credits and 15 general education credits are required for the AAS degree. Some courses may transfer to a bachelor’s degree in automotive management. Students must comply with personal and environmental safety practices in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. Each certificate is a full one-semester program. An optional Advanced Semester is available.

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Intermediate Auto Collision Non-Structure Repair and Refinish Certificate

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This is a Nationally Certified Auto Collision Repair program that uses the I-CAR live curriculum with the primary purpose of preparing you for careers in the auto collision repair industry. You can also achieve the necessary credits to obtain an associate degree. A minimum of 45 ACT credits and 15 general education credits are required for the AAS degree. Some courses may transfer to a bachelor’s degree in automotive management. Students must comply with personal and environmental safety practices in accordance with local, state, and federal safety and environmental regulations. Each certificate is a full one-semester program. An optional Advanced Semester is available.

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Introduction to Custom Painting Certificate

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This program is designed to give you basic and advanced skill training needed for successful entry into the automotive customizing and refinishing industry through theory and lab experiences. Each certificate is a full one-semester program.

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Introduction to High-Performance Vehicles Certificate

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This program is designed to give you basic and advanced skill training needed for successful entry into the automotive customizing and refinishing industry through theory and lab experiences. Each certificate is a full one-semester program.

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Auto Mechanic

Auto Service Technician Certificate

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This program is a nationally certified automotive repair program (NATEF) which provides you with entry-level skills in the automotive industry or upgrading for those currently in the field. Demonstrated mastery of skills is required and all tasks must be completed to satisfy industry standards. All automotive (ASE) courses are held at the Warren Tech automotive classroom/lab. Each certificate is a full one-year program with an optional third year advanced certificate. The instructors are ASE Certified Master Technicians. Consult with an automotive service technology advisor before beginning your program of study.

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Automotive Service Technology, A.A.S.

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This program is a nationally certified automotive repair program (NATEF) which provides you with entry-level skills in the automotive industry or upgrading for those currently in the field. Demonstrated mastery of skills is required and all tasks must be completed to satisfy industry standards. All automotive (ASE) courses are held at the Warren Tech automotive classroom/lab. Each certificate is a full one-year program with an optional third year advanced certificate. The instructors are ASE Certified Master Technicians. Consult with an automotive service technology advisor before beginning your program of study.

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Maintenance Light Repair Certificate

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This program is a nationally certified automotive repair program (NATEF) which provides you with entry-level skills in the automotive industry or upgrading for those currently in the field. Demonstrated mastery of skills is required and all tasks must be completed to satisfy industry standards. All automotive (ASE) courses are held at the Warren Tech automotive classroom/lab. Each certificate is a full one-year program with an optional third year advanced certificate. The instructors are ASE Certified Master Technicians. Consult with an automotive service technology advisor before beginning your program of study.

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Master Auto Service Technician Certificate

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This program is a nationally certified automotive repair program (NATEF) which provides you with entry-level skills in the automotive industry or upgrading for those currently in the field. Demonstrated mastery of skills is required and all tasks must be completed to satisfy industry standards. All automotive (ASE) courses are held at the Warren Tech automotive classroom/lab. Each certificate is a full one-year program with an optional third year advanced certificate. The instructors are ASE Certified Master Technicians. Consult with an automotive service technology advisor before beginning your program of study.

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Power Equipment and Sports Vehicle Technology, A.A.S.

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This two-year program is designed to provide you with the basic and advanced skill training as needed for successful entry to the power and sport vehicle industry.

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Power Equipment Maintenance Technician Certificate

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This two-year program is designed to provide you with the basic and advanced skill training as needed for successful entry to the power and sport vehicle industry.

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Power Sports Vehicle Maintenance Technician Certificate

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This two-year program is designed to provide you with the basic and advanced skill training as needed for successful entry to the power and sport vehicle industry.

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Construction Industry

Electrician

Advanced Construction Electrician

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Advanced Maintenance Electrician

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Construction Electrician

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Construction Electrician IBEW/NECA, A.A.S.

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Combine your four or five years of apprenticeship with general education classes at RRCC for an associate of applied science degree via an articulation agreement between IBEW/NECA and RRCC. The objective of the program is to allow members who have served their apprenticeship program through the National Joint Apprenticeship (NJATC) to earn associate’s degrees. This program allows you to combine your excellent trade skills with your academic skills. Upon completion of the IBEW/NECA NJATC apprenticeship program, RRCC will grant 43 credits toward an AAS degree. The degree requires a total of 61 credits, of which 18 must be taken at RRCC or through RRCC Online. You must show proof of completion of IBEW/NECA Wireman or Outside Lineman NJATC programs.

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Construction Electrician, A.A.S.

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This degree can eliminate up to one year of apprenticeship hours required by the State of Colorado to become a licensed electrician.

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Electrical Codes and Standards

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Electrical Installation Certificate

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Electrician State CEU Renewal

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Industrial Control & Instrumentation Technology, A.A.S.

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Maintenance Electrician

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Maintenance Electrician, A.A.S.

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This degree can eliminate up to one year of apprenticeship hours required by the State of Colorado to become a licensed electrician.

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National Electrical Code

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Power Technology, A.A.S.

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This associate of applied science degree is available for only those who have completed or are currently enrolled in a power utility-based apprenticeship. RRCC’s Electrical Program will grant 43 college credits toward an AAS degree. The degree requires a total of 61 credits, of which 18 must be taken at RRCC or through RRCC Online. By using your apprentice training and taking only six additional classes, you may obtain a degree online, at home, and at times of your choosing. Consult with an advisor for details.

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Residential Construction Electrician

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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HVAC Technician

Air Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration-AHR, A.A.S.

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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Air Conditioning-AHRA Certificate

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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Forced-Air Heating-AHRFH Certificate

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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HVAC Control Technician-CTHM Certificate

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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HVAC Fundamentals-AHRF Certificate

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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Hydronic Heating-AHRHH Certificate

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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Refrigeration Level I-AHRR Certificate

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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Refrigeration Level II-CTHO Certificate

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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Refrigeration-AHRR Certificate

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This program provides the knowledge and skills for entry into the air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration industry in the areas of installation and maintenance, as well as upgrading and refresher courses for those already employed in the field. All heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration classes will be updated to reflect today’s changing energy efficiency requirements. LEED requirements will be incorporated into all curriculum and additional classes will be offered to support the new energy efficiency needs. Students should call 303-914-6306 for advising.

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Architectural Drafter

Engineering Graphics Architectural Certificate

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The Engineering Graphics Technology Program offers associate of science degrees and certificates. This program prepares you for employment as a design drafter.

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Engineering Graphics Architectural, A.A.S.

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The Architectural AAS degree prepares you for a career in a construction or architectural firm. It might be helpful to remember that one credit is equal to approximately 20 hours of class time.

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Engineering Graphics Civil Certificate

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The Engineering Graphics Technology Program offers associate of science degrees and certificates. This program prepares you for employment as a design drafter.

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Engineering Graphics Mechanical Certificate

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The Engineering Graphics Technology Program offers associate of science degrees and certificates. This program prepares you for employment as a design drafter.

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Engineering Graphics Mechanical, A.A.S.

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The Mechanical AAS degree prepares you for a career with many options to choose from, such as mechanical design, piping, electrical, mining, or welding. Course electives allow you to select a preferred path in this field.

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Intro to AutoCAD Certificate

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The Engineering Graphics Technology Program offers associate of science degrees and certificates. This program prepares you for employment as a design drafter.

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Revit Certificate

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The Engineering Graphics Technology Program offers associate of science degrees and certificates. This program prepares you for employment as a design drafter.

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SolidWorks Certificate

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The Engineering Graphics Technology Program offers associate of science degrees and certificates. This program prepares you for employment as a design drafter.

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Welder

Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW) Certificate

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the welding industry. Entry-level welder certification from the American Welding Society may be earned upon completion of the program.

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Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) Certificate

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the welding industry. Entry-level welder certification from the American Welding Society may be earned upon completion of the program.

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Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) Certificate

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the welding industry. Entry-level welder certification from the American Welding Society may be earned upon completion of the program.

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Ox-Fuel Welding and Cutting (OFW and OFC) Certificate

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the welding industry. Entry-level welder certification from the American Welding Society may be earned upon completion of the program.

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Shield Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) Certificate

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the welding industry. Entry-level welder certification from the American Welding Society may be earned upon completion of the program.

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Welding, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the welding industry. Entry-level welder certification from the American Welding Society may be earned upon completion of the program.

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Plumber

Plumbing Service Certificate

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This program provides basic entry-level and job upgrade skills. This certificate was created in partnership with industry associates and The Department of Labor. It addresses the need of most contractors for multi-talented employees that can handle varied tasks with confidence. It is also intended to assist in the preparation of plumbers for successful completion of state plumbing exams. Completion of plumbing-related coursework at Red Rocks Community College can replace the field experience (work under a master plumber) required to qualify to take the exams as follows: one hour of classroom training equals one hour of on-the-job training up to a maximum of one year.

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Public Service Industry

EMTs and Paramedics

Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Certificate

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This program prepares you to sit for the National Registry practical and written Advanced EMT certification exams, which are required for Colorado state certification. Once certified, the graduate is eligible for additional employment opportunities in the Emergency Medical Services system. Completion of the program also assists graduates to gain acceptance into a Paramedic training program and is the second semester of the Emergency Medical Technology degree.

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Emergency Medical Technician Certificate

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This program prepares you to sit for the National Registry practical and written certification exams, which are required for Colorado state certification. Once certified, the graduate is eligible for entry-level employment in the emergency medical services system. This program is the first semester of the emergency medical technology degree.

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Emergency Medical Technology, A.A.S.

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This program assists in advancing a graduate’s career in the EMS system and also prepares them to enter a paramedic course of study.

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Paramedic Certificate

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This program prepares you to sit for the National Registry practical and written certification exams, which are required for Colorado state certification. Once certified, the graduate is eligible for employment in the Emergency Medical Services system.

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Paramedicine, A.A.S.

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This program assists in advancing a graduate’s career in the EMS system.

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Preschool Teacher

Director, Early Childhood Education Certificate

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Completing this program prepares you for administrative positions in early childhood care and education programs. Upon completion of these classes, you will have met the academic requirements for an Early Childhood Director qualifications as stated in CDHS 7.702.42 A4 regulations. Upon completion of this certificate you will have also met the academic requirements for the Early Childhood Entry, Early Childhood Teacher I and Teacher II certificates.

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Early Childhood Education, A.A.S.

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This program prepares you to work as a professional in a variety of capacities in early childhood education. If you complete the degree requirements, you will have met the academic requirements for the Early Childhood Entry, Early Childhood Preschool Teacher I, Early Childhood Preschool Teacher II, and Early Childhood Director certificates in addition to the AAS degree in Early Childhood Education. Completing this program prepares you for teaching and/or administrative positions in early care and education settings.

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Early Childhood Entry Certificate

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Completing this program provides you with the entry-level requirements for working in early care and education settings.

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Early Childhood Preschool Teacher I Certificate

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Completing this program prepares you for teacher positions in early care and education with foundational skills in early childhood development. Upon completion of these classes, you will have met the academic requirements for early childhood teacher qualifications with CDHS 7.702.44 A1e regulations. In addition to the academic requirements, CDHS requires at least nine (9) months or 1,395 hours of verified work experience.

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Early Childhood Preschool Teacher II Certificate

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Completing this program prepares you for teacher positions in early care and education settings with additional training in curriculum planning and practical classroom applications learned via field experience training. Upon completion of these classes, you will have met academic requirements for early childhood teacher qualifications with CDHS 7.702.44 A1e regulations. In addition to the academic requirements, the Colorado Department of Human Services requires nine months (1,395 hours) of verifiable work experience.

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Infant/Toddler Early Childhood Teacher Certificate

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Completing this program prepares you for infant program supervisor positions in early childhood care and education settings working with infants and toddlers. Upon completion of these classes, you will have met academic requirements as a Colorado Infant Program Supervisor according to CDHS 7.702.46 A2f regulations. In addition to the academic requirements, the Colorado Department of Human Services requires 12 months (1,820 hours) of verifiable work experience.

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Firefighter

Fire and Emergency Services, A.A.S.

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This program of study is designed for students new to, or preparing for, the fire service or emergency services.

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Fire Fighter I Certificate

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Entry into a career in fire suppression, prevention, or related fields

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Fire Fighter II Certificate

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Entry into a career in fire suppression, prevention, or related fields

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Fire Instructor Certificate

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Entry into a career in fire suppression, prevention, or related fields

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Fire Officer I Certificate

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Entry into a career in fire suppression, prevention, or related fields

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Fire Service Management, A.A.S.

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Emphasis is placed on the latest methodologies of fire prevention, incident management, and leadership principles within the fire service. Upper-level course work includes the study of fire scene strategy and tactics, the national incident management system, legal and administration issues in the fire service, and fire service leadership. The majority of this degree program is available online.

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Police Officer

Law Enforcement Academy (P.O.S.T. Certification)

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This certificate program exceeds the Colorado Peace Officers Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) requirements for peace officer entry-level training. You will earn 39 credits during this intense course of study. This is not an open enrollment offering. You must make separate application to the Academy. See www.rrcc.edu/law-enforcement-academy for details.

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Law Enforcement, A.A.S.

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Specific courses required may vary, depending upon your background and work experience. Upon completion of this program, you should be able to be employed as a law enforcement patrol officer at departments requiring a two-year college degree.

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Teacher Assistant

Paraprofessional Educator Certificate

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Completing this program prepares you to serve in elementary education classroom settings as an instructional paraprofessional educator. Upon completion of these classes, you will have educational skills to support and reinforce teacher prepared lesson plans for individual or small groups of students, and supervise/manage student behaviors. This certificate may apply toward required coursework in the AA-Early Childhood Teacher Education or AA-Elementary Teacher Education degree programs.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Advanced Instrumentation and Controls Technician

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Introduction to Instrumentation and Controls Technician

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The Electrical program is unique in that it covers an array of employment opportunities in the electrical field. Program is designed for students wanting to develop entry-level skills and knowledge needed for residential, commercial, and industrial wiring, blueprint reading, estimating, and national electrical codes. Important safety practices are strongly emphasized while workings on electrical circuits and in the use of test equipment and hand and power tools are explored. This program prepares you for the many career opportunities in the electrical industry. Motor controls and programmable controllers let you design and build control systems. The electrical installation courses use the latest techniques according to the National Electrical Code. The electrical code classes are especially useful as preparation for state license and renewal. This program is excellent for electricians, engineers, firefighters, building department inspectors, and maintenance personnel. This program uses an extensive lab environment for important hands-on experience, which minimizes the possibility of technological obsolescence.

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Machinist

CNC Lathe Machine Operator Certificate

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the machining industry. Entry-level skills in fabrication and plastic parts that meet industrial standards will be taught. The Precision Machining program is currently undergoing revision to offer a wider variety of courses and times. Please refer to the website for the most recent program information.

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CNC Mill Operator Certificate

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the machining industry. Entry-level skills in fabrication and plastic parts that meet industrial standards will be taught. The Precision Machining program is currently undergoing revision to offer a wider variety of courses and times. Please refer to the website for the most recent program information.

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Precision Machining, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the machining industry. Entry-level skills in fabrication and plastic parts that meet industrial standards will be taught. The Precision Machining program is currently undergoing revision to offer a wider variety of courses and times. Please refer to the website for the most recent program information.

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Industrial Machinery Mechanic

Metrology Quality Control Certificate

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This program is designed to develop the skills necessary for entry-level employment in the machining industry. Entry-level skills in fabrication and plastic parts that meet industrial standards will be taught. The Precision Machining program is currently undergoing revision to offer a wider variety of courses and times. Please refer to the website for the most recent program information.

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Business Industry

Real Estate Appraiser

Business Real Estate, A.A.S.

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The Business - Real Estate Degree combines real estate expertise with foundational business concepts so you can operate successfully in a real estate-related business.

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Real Estate Certificate

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These courses meet the educational requirements of the Colorado Real Estate Commission for a Colorado Real Estate Broker's license.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Camera Operator (Video) Certificate

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You will learn the basics of camera operation as it applies to video production for success as an independent business or to become an important asset to someone else’s.

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Video Production Technician Certificate

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The Video Production emphasis within the Multimedia Graphic Design Department prepares you for work in video and DVD production. You will be exposed to many exciting aspects of video production, such as sound and digital editing, as well as motion graphics. The Video Production certificate, when combined with the Graphic Design and Print Production AAS degree, adds additional marketable skills to the traditional AAS degree.

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Video Production Technician Certificate

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The Video Production emphasis within the Multimedia Graphic Design Department prepares you for work in video and DVD production. You will be exposed to many exciting aspects of video production, such as sound and digital editing, as well as motion graphics. The Video Production certificate, when combined with the Graphic Design and Print Production AAS degree, adds additional marketable skills to the traditional AAS degree.

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Video Production Technician, A.A.S.

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The video production emphasis within the Multimedia Graphic Design Department prepares you for work in video and DVD production. You are exposed to many exciting aspects of video production, such as sound and digital editing, as well as motion graphics. Information: www.rrcc.edu/multimedia

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Graphic Designer

Graphic Design & Print Production Certificate

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The graphic design/print production emphasis prepares you for a career in printing, graphic design, and prepress production. As an established industry, there are many job opportunities in the Denver Metro area in graphic design. The Graphic Design and Print Production certificate can be combined with the Video Production AAS Degree to add additional marketable skills to the traditional AAS degree.

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Graphic Design & Print Production, A.A.S.

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The Graphic Design/Print Production emphasis within the Multimedia Graphic Design Department prepares you to work in the traditional graphic design and printing industries. You will develop designs for electronic production for both digital and traditional press. In addition, you will learn design techniques for packaging and point of sale and other forms of print media. Printing press technology is also addressed.

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Introduction to Graphic Design Certificate

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The mission of the Multimedia Graphics and Design Department is to provide students with opportunities for growth and development that set the foundation for self-directed learning, academic achievement, relevant, real world training, and career accomplishment for commercial application. We do this through high quality, innovative educational programs using current technical, creative, and software trends in the industry. We convey our passion for learning, our commitment to excellence, and our dedication to our students in the communities we serve. Through critical thinking we prepare our students, both entry level and continuing education to create the necessary skill set in visual communication and production of photographic images, motion, graphics or digital media.

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Information Technology Industry

Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Cisco Network Associate Certificate

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This area of emphasis prepares you to take Cisco Certified Network Associate (CCNA) certification. Content includes basic network principles, basic router and switch configuration, intermediate routing and switching, and Wide Area Networking (WAN). Focus is on hands-on performance and assessment.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Science Certificate

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The Computer Science Certificate emphasis at Red Rocks Community College prepares students in an entry-level position in the fields involving software applications, programming, junior programmer, software support technician and software tester. Topics include fundamental programming and Computer Science curriculum in both C++ and Python programming languages and fundamentals of the Unix operating system. Students focus on design and problem solving algorithms working on the programming life cycle of analysis, design, implement, test and maintain.

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Cyber Security Certificate

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This area of emphasis provides you with the skills necessary to protect computing systems and networks that have an important impact on data confidentiality, integrity, and availability. You will learn about computer network threats and the appropriate incident response, to include defenses, countermeasures, and computer forensics. You will also be prepared to take the Advanced Security Practitioner certification exam.

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Cyber Security, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis provides you with the skills necessary to protect computing systems and networks that have an important impact on data confidentiality, integrity, and availability. You will learn about computer network threats and the appropriate incident response, to include defenses, countermeasures, and computer forensics.

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Network & Systems Certificate

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This area of emphasis prepares you for entry-level positions in the networking field. You will gain hands-on experience with network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies, management, and security. Upon successful completion of the program, you will have the needed background to prepare to take the Network+ and Security+ exams.

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Network & Systems, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis provides both hardware and operating systems experience needed to work as a support person for both local and wide area networks. This area of emphasis prepares you for entry-level positions in the computer networking field. Students in this program gain hands-on experience with network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies, management, and security. Upon successful completion of the program, you will have the needed background to prepare to take one or more of the following exams: Network+ & Security+.

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Software Developer

Computer Science Certificate

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The Computer Science Certificate emphasis at Red Rocks Community College prepares students in an entry-level position in the fields involving software applications, programming, junior programmer, software support technician and software tester. Topics include fundamental programming and Computer Science curriculum in both C++ and Python programming languages and fundamentals of the Unix operating system. Students focus on design and problem solving algorithms working on the programming life cycle of analysis, design, implement, test and maintain.

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Computer Science Certificate

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The Computer Science Certificate emphasis at Red Rocks Community College prepares students in an entry-level position in the fields involving software applications, programming, junior programmer, software support technician and software tester. Topics include fundamental programming and Computer Science curriculum in both C++ and Python programming languages and fundamentals of the Unix operating system. Students focus on design and problem solving algorithms working on the programming life cycle of analysis, design, implement, test and maintain.

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Engineering and Computer Science Certificate

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The Computer Science Certificates and Degree programs prepare you for entry-level position. You must earn a minimum grade of "C" in all CIS, CNG, CSC, and CWB courses required for all certificates and degree programs. All skill set courses (CIS, CNG, CSC and CWB) must have been completed within 7 years of the current date for use within the earned program. For Computer Science, Programming, and Software Developer degrees and/or certificates, see Computer Science program section.

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Game Development Certificate

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This area of emphasis prepares you for entry-level positions in the gaming industry. It also allows you to develop strong technical skills in programming, which permits transfer to a four-year university.

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Game Development, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis prepares you for an entry-level position as a developer in the gaming industry. It also allows you to develop strong technical skills in programming, which permits transfer to a four-year university.

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Secure Software Development, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis prepares you to become an entry-level programmer focusing on secure software development practices. Learn the current secure software practices to reduce vulnerabilities in the code before deployment, validate input from data sources to prevent security risks at the software level. You will learn to design, develop, build, troubleshoot, debug, maintain, and test secure software application programs in a variety of programming languages.

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Software Developer Certificate

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The Software Developer Certificate at Red Rocks Community College prepares students for an entry-level position in the fields of software developer, application developer, junior programmer, web applications developer, database developer, software support technician and software tester involving computer software development. The courses provide a foundation in programming skills using a combination of analysis, design, object-oriented programming and relational databases, programming languages in C# and Java and development tools. Software development lifecycles and practices are examined.

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Software Development, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis prepares you to become an entry-level programmer. You will design, develop, build, troubleshoot, debug, maintain, and test computer application software programs in a variety of programming languages. Programs will range from simple business programs to the design and completion of a complex business system. The Software Development Associate of Applied Science degree prepares you for entry-level position.

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Web Development, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis prepares you for an entry-level position in Web Design/Development with a focus on the programming and database aspects of websites. Course offerings provide a mix of programming and applications that have been researched and retrofitted to meet the demands of today’s Web fields.

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Web Development: Back-End Certificate

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This area of emphasis prepares you for an entry-level position as a Back-end developer. Course offerings include high-level programming and the integration of databases. The curriculum offerings will include but are not limit to server-side languages such as PHP, Ruby, Python, Java, and .NET to build an application. Tools will include MySQL, Oracle, and SQL Server to find, save, or change data and serve it back to the user in front-end code.

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Web Development: Front-End Certificate

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This area of emphasis prepares you for an entry-level position as a Front-end developer. Curriculum offerings include developing a website’s user-facing through programming. Front-end courses include, but are not limited to: HTML, CSS, and JavaScript programming.

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Information Security Analyst

Cyber Security Certificate

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This area of emphasis provides you with the skills necessary to protect computing systems and networks that have an important impact on data confidentiality, integrity, and availability. You will learn about computer network threats and the appropriate incident response, to include defenses, countermeasures, and computer forensics. You will also be prepared to take the Advanced Security Practitioner certification exam.

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Cyber Security Certificate

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This area of emphasis provides you with the skills necessary to protect computing systems and networks that have an important impact on data confidentiality, integrity, and availability. You will learn about computer network threats and the appropriate incident response, to include defenses, countermeasures, and computer forensics. You will also be prepared to take the Advanced Security Practitioner certification exam.

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Cyber Security, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis provides you with the skills necessary to protect computing systems and networks that have an important impact on data confidentiality, integrity, and availability. You will learn about computer network threats and the appropriate incident response, to include defenses, countermeasures, and computer forensics.

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Cyber Security, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis provides you with the skills necessary to protect computing systems and networks that have an important impact on data confidentiality, integrity, and availability. You will learn about computer network threats and the appropriate incident response, to include defenses, countermeasures, and computer forensics.

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IT Support Specialist

Desktop Support Certificate

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This area of emphasis provides both hardware and Windows operating systems experience needed to work as a PC support and repair person. It also exposes the student to the basic fundamentals of networking and IT security. The student will also be prepared to take the A+ certification exams.

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Desktop Support Certificate

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This area of emphasis provides both hardware and Windows operating systems experience needed to work as a PC support and repair person. It also exposes the student to the basic fundamentals of networking and IT security. The student will also be prepared to take the A+ certification exams.

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Desktop Support, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis provides both hardware and operating systems experience needed to work as a support person for both local and wide area network environments.

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Desktop Support, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis provides both hardware and operating systems experience needed to work as a support person for both local and wide area network environments.

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Network & Systems Certificate

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This area of emphasis prepares you for entry-level positions in the networking field. You will gain hands-on experience with network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies, management, and security. Upon successful completion of the program, you will have the needed background to prepare to take the Network+ and Security+ exams.

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Network & Systems, A.A.S.

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This area of emphasis provides both hardware and operating systems experience needed to work as a support person for both local and wide area networks. This area of emphasis prepares you for entry-level positions in the computer networking field. Students in this program gain hands-on experience with network technologies, installation and configuration, media and topologies, management, and security. Upon successful completion of the program, you will have the needed background to prepare to take one or more of the following exams: Network+ & Security+.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Culinary Arts Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare culinarians in hands-on, paid, full-time employment with an approved RMCC-sponsoring house. Related classes are taught at Warren Tech for five hours per week, 90 hours per semester. This VERY demanding six-semester (three-year) program will prepare and teach you to achieve certified culinarian status through the American Culinary Federation (ACF), while working full-time.

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Culinary Arts, A.A.S.

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This program is designed to prepare culinarians in hands-on, paid, full-time employment with an approved RMCC-sponsoring house. Related classes are taught at Warren Tech for five hours per week, 90 hours per semester. This VERY demanding six-semester (three-year) program will prepare and teach you to achieve certified culinarian status through the American Culinary Federation (ACF), while working full-time.

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Healthcare Industry

Dental Assistant

Dental Assistant Certificate

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This one-year program is designed to provide you with the basic and skill training needed for this profession. You will receive a Warren Tech certificate of successful completion that will allow you entry to the Dental Assisting field.

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Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography, A.A.S.

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The sonography program prepares the student for entry-level positions in the field of diagnostic medical sonography.

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Echocardiography Certificate

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The sonography program prepares the student for entry-level positions in the field of diagnostic medical sonography.

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Medical Assistant

Medical Assisting Certificate

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The medical assisting program is designed to prepare you as a health career professional, assisting physicians/providers in various medical and business settings. It is recommended that you take a course in or have proficiency in working with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Outlook. Transfer credits are accepted from qualifying educational institutions; however, MOT 126, MAP 138, MAP 140, MOT 181, MOT 182, MAP 183, and MOT 184 are required to be taken at Red Rocks Community College. Some skills courses and internships require proof of immunizations. All program students, at their own cost, must complete and pass a criminal background check and health/drug screen a minimum of 60 days prior to enrolling in internships by using the current RRCC-approved background check and drug screen program. These background/drug tests are only good for one year. Immunizations, background check/drug screen, physician approval, and CPR are required of all Medical Assisting students prior to internship. Internship must be taken within four months of completion of the final advanced skills course MAP 140. A minimum grade of C must be achieved for all program-required courses to proceed to internship and graduate with a certificate or degree. You should consult with the Medical Assisting Director or refer to the website to ensure proper sequencing of courses and other educational options. Most MOT/MAP courses are not offered in the summer semester. Program completion time ranges from 2 ½ semesters to two years. If your completion is significantly greater than this, you may be asked to retake courses for proper skill abilities prior to internship. At the completion of the program, you are required to take the national certification exam (AAMA) to become a Certified Medical Assistant.

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Medical Assisting, A.A.S.

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The medical assisting program is designed to prepare you as a health career professional, assisting physicians/providers in various medical and business settings. It is recommended that you take a course in or have proficiency in working with Microsoft Office Word, Excel, and Outlook. Transfer credits are accepted from qualifying educational institutions; however, MOT 126, MAP 138, MAP 140, MOT 181, MOT 182, MAP 183, and MOT 184 are required to be taken at Red Rocks Community College. Some skills courses and internships require proof of immunizations. All program students, at their own cost, must complete and pass a criminal background check and health/drug screen a minimum of 60 days prior to enrolling in internships by using the current RRCC-approved background check and drug screen program. These background/drug tests are only good for one year. Immunizations, background check/drug screen, physician approval, and CPR are required of all Medical Assisting students prior to internship. Internship must be taken within four months of completion of the final advanced skills course MAP 140. A minimum grade of C must be achieved for all program-required courses to proceed to internship and graduate with a certificate or degree. You should consult with the Medical Assisting Director or refer to the website to ensure proper sequencing of courses and other educational options. Most MOT/MAP courses are not offered in the summer semester. Program completion time ranges from 2 ½ semesters to two years. If your completion is significantly greater than this, you may be asked to retake courses for proper skill abilities prior to internship. At the completion of the program, you are required to take the national certification exam (AAMA) to become a Certified Medical Assistant.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Medical Billing/Coding Certificate

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The Medical Billing/Coding certificate will prepare you to use and apply medical coding for insurance reimbursement and billing in a physician's office, billing, and insurance companies. The program provides a sound knowledge of medical coding rules and regulations, including compliance and reimbursement as well as billing procedures and regulations. CCR 092 and CCR 094, or appropriate placement scores, are required for many of the program courses. At the completion of the program, including an internship, you are eligible to take the National Certified Professional Coding (CPC) exam.

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Certified Nursing Assistant

Nurse Aide Certificate

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Lifting requirement. Open enrollment with one of the following acceptance requirements documented with Red Rocks Community College: Appropriate placement scores or SAT verbal score of 440 or higher or ACT English score of 18 or higher or CCR 094 with a C or higher. Additional required Information and forms (e.g. criminal background check, immunization records, physician's statement, and drug screen) can be found at www.rrcc.edu/health-careers. Register for the NUA 170 clinical section that corresponds to the NUA 101 class. You must pass NUA 101 with a grade of C or higher in order to participate in the NUA 170 clinical rotation. You must pass both NUA 101 and NUA 170 with a grade of C or higher in order to receive a certificate of completion.

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Phlebotomist

Phlebotomy Certificate

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This CCHE approved certificate is designed to prepare you to gain employment as a Phlebotomist in the health care industry. You will receive an extensive and varied program of study that includes theory and venipuncture practice. After successful completion of these courses and the Phlebotomy Internship, you are eligible to apply and sit for the national AMT (American Medical Technologist) certification exam. Documentation of at least two Hepatitis B immunizations are required before the start of the HPR 112 Phlebotomy course. Immunizations, physician approval, and background check/drug screen(at the student's expense) are required before the start of the internship. You must complete a criminal background check and drug screen 60 days prior to enrolling in the internship by using the current RRCC-approved background check/drug screen program. The internship, HPR 180, must be started within four months of completing HPR 112. A Laboratory coat or a set of scrubs and a watch are required for this course.

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Radiology Technician

Radiologic Technology, A.A.S.

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Energy Industry

Power Plant Operator

Power Technology, A.A.S.

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This associate of applied science degree is available for only those who have completed or are currently enrolled in a power utility-based apprenticeship. RRCC’s Electrical Program will grant 43 college credits toward an AAS degree. The degree requires a total of 61 credits, of which 18 must be taken at RRCC or through RRCC Online. By using your apprentice training and taking only six additional classes, you may obtain a degree online, at home, and at times of your choosing. Consult with an advisor for details.

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Electrician

Power Technology, A.A.S.

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This associate of applied science degree is available for only those who have completed or are currently enrolled in a power utility-based apprenticeship. RRCC’s Electrical Program will grant 43 college credits toward an AAS degree. The degree requires a total of 61 credits, of which 18 must be taken at RRCC or through RRCC Online. By using your apprentice training and taking only six additional classes, you may obtain a degree online, at home, and at times of your choosing. Consult with an advisor for details.

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303-914-6600

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13300 W Sixth Ave
Lakewood, CO 80228-1255
United States