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Business Industry

Bookkeeper

Accounting Applications

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The purpose of this program is to prepare students for entry-level accounting employment or to provide supplemental training for persons previously or currently employed. The content prepares individuals in the principles, procedures, and theories of organizing and maintaining financial records and preparing financial reports.

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Accounting Technology AS

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The Accounting Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program at Valencia College prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in the accounting field.

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Office Manager

Business Administration AS

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The Business Administration Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program at Valencia College prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in business.

Is it a boom or bust? Why do some businesses succeed while others fail? What are the crucial skills needed to make a business profitable in today’s global economy? Answering these questions is the goal of any thriving company—and of the Business Administration students at Valencia College. In this program, you will learn the psychology behind making companies profitable and efficient, and develop the business skills needed to become a valuable asset within any company. Using input from hundreds of the country’s best employers regarding their changing job needs, Valencia College is constantly updating this program to include the latest business skills and acumen students need to succeed in the business world.

Specializations Available:

Articulated A.S. to B.A./B.S Career Path
Finance
Human Resources
International Business

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Business Administration Certificate

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This program is designed for students seeking specialized training to prepare for employment or to enhance their skills in the fields of Business Management, Finance, Marketing, Small Business Management, and Retail.  

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Training and Development Specialist

Fire Service Course Design

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This is a course of study of how to develop courses based on nationally applicable performance standards for uniformed fire service personnel and to provide the knowledge, skill, and ability to develop a training curriculum.

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Fire Service Instructor Certification

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Human Resources Management Technical Certificate

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This program is designed for students seeking specialized training to prepare for employment or to enhance their skills in the fields of Human Resources Management.

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Manufacturing Industry

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Technician

Advanced Electronics Technician Technical Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare individuals for employment as electrical and electronics technicians, electronic testers or in related occupations in electronics. The program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the manufacturing career cluster; provides technical skill proficiency, and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the manufacturing career cluster.

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Basic Electronics Technician Technical Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare individuals for employment as electrical and electronics technicians, electronic testers or in related occupations in electronics. This program includes the basic electronics competencies as identified by the electronics industry as prerequisite for all technical programs. This program prepares individuals to assemble, install, operate, maintain, troubleshoot and repair basic electronic equipment used in industry. It also prepares students to enter advanced training and education in specialized electronics-related fields.

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Electronics Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Electronics Engineering Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree at Valencia College is a two-year program that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in electronics.
In recent years, the number of high-tech companies in Central Florida has grown exponentially, and with that growth, so has the demand for qualified electronic engineers. That’s where Valencia’s state-of-the-art Electronics Engineering Technology program comes in. Valencia’s innovative program transforms students into highly skilled technicians capable of assisting in the design, production, operation and servicing of electronics, lasers and photonics, robotics and mechatronics, and telecommunication and wireless systems.

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Machinist

CNC Production Specialist

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As a CNC Operator or Machinist, you are responsible for running large-scale production equipment and machines. CNC Operators use machine tools, such as lathes, milling machines, and grinders, to produce precision metal parts. Many machinists must be able to use both manual and CNC machinery.

CNC machines control the cutting tool speed and complete all required cuts to create a part. The machinist determines the cutting path, the speed of the cut, and the feed rate by programming instructions into the CNC machine.

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Electro-Mechanical Technician

Electronic Board Assembly Operator

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An electronic equipment assembler most often works as part of an assembly line or production facility. He or she assembles and fabricates electronic products, meeting very precise specifications.

Many different tools are used in the process, from hand-operated tools such as soldering guns and small power tools, to large automatic and semi-automatic machines.

The work ranges from fairly basic and easy assembly work to complicated tasks that require advanced knowledge and experience. Assemblers often work with the designers and engineers in product development, sometimes assisting with prototypes and building test products. Workers must read and comprehend detailed blueprints and schematics.

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Mechatronics

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Valencia’s Mechatronics program offers a broad foundation of knowledge and skills to prepare students for employment in Automation, Engineering Technology & Production positions, Satellite and Spacecraft assembly. This course covers safety (OSHA 10) and the basics of mechanical components and electrical drives in a complex mechatronic system.

In this hands-on training class, students will learn the basic functions and physical properties of mechanical components as well as electrical drives (AC and DC), and the roles they play within the system. They will also learn about mechanical components, which lead and support the energy through a mechanical system to increase efficiency and to reduce wear and tear. Materials, lubrication requirements and surface properties will be examined, as will the principles of hydraulics and pneumatics and Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs).

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Electronics Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Electronics Engineering Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree at Valencia College is a two-year program that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in electronics.
In recent years, the number of high-tech companies in Central Florida has grown exponentially, and with that growth, so has the demand for qualified electronic engineers. That’s where Valencia’s state-of-the-art Electronics Engineering Technology program comes in. Valencia’s innovative program transforms students into highly skilled technicians capable of assisting in the design, production, operation and servicing of electronics, lasers and photonics, robotics and mechatronics, and telecommunication and wireless systems.

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Robotics Applications Technician Technical Certificate

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This program prepares individuals to install, maintain and troubleshoot general robot systems and simulators. Graduates of this technical program will be prepared to enter advanced training and education in specialized Robotics and Simulation related fields. The content includes, but is not limited to: Robotic Applications, Modeling and Simulation, and Virtual Reality Environment. Integrated into this program will be communications skills, leadership skills, human relations skills, employability skills, safe and efficient work practices, use of circuit diagrams and schematics, laboratory practices, and technical recording and reporting.

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Industrial Engineering Technician

Engineering Technology, A.S.

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The Engineering Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree at Valencia College is an exciting two-year program that trains you to become a skilled technician capable of installing, repairing and maintaining equipment and systems used in both manufacturing and logistics companies as well as supply chain distribution centers.

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Construction Industry

Architectural Drafter

Architectural Drafting Specialization Technical Certificate

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Program Outcomes
Efficiently utilize current professional software to generate 2D and 3D drawings.
Solve design problems using algebraic and trigonometric functions.
Analyze systems and processes used to create the built environment.

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Computer Aided Design Technical Certificate

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This program is designed for a professional or entry-level individual in a technical area that requires computer-aided design and drafting skills. The content prepares the student to draw, dimension, and print technical drawings by computer.

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Computer Aided Drafting and Design, A.S.

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The Computer Aided Drafting and Design Associate in Science (A.S.) degree at Valencia College is a two-year program that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career as a drafting technician.
Skilled drafting technicians bring concepts and language to fruition using graphical instructions for production, and are required to work closely with engineers. Today they are required to be highly skilled and versatile, and are needed in a variety of industries including architecture, construction, surveying and manufacturing. Valencia’s program prepares you for this challenging field utilizing state-of-the-art drafting and design techniques with the latest in computer-aided drafting equipment, including 3-D printing, 3-D modeling, AutoCAD and GIS technology. With these skills, you’ll be prepared to play a vital role in the engineering process.

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Mechanical Drafting Specialization Technical Certificate

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Program Outcomes

Efficiently utilize current professional software to generate 2D and 3D drawings.
Solve design problems using algebraic and trigonometric functions.

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Civil Engineering Technician

Construction and Civil Engineering Technology, A.S.

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Ever wonder how highways and buildings are designed and built? The A.S. degree in Construction and Civil Engineering Technology prepares you to go into a diverse, dynamic and hands-on field where you’ll work with a team to solve problems and turn plans into reality.
With classroom curriculum that parallels on-the-job activities, this program is designed to train you on the skills you need to work on a team with architects, engineers, contractors, building officials and others. Learn about studying building plans, estimating materials and labor and obtaining building permits, among other day-to-day tasks. Upon completion, you’ll be ready to set your plans into play—whether that’s a career just starting out in construction or a more advanced position, from architectural drafting to construction estimator to scheduler.

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Construction Equipment Operator

Heavy Equipment Operations: Level 1

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Heavy equipment operators are responsible for safely operating heavy equipment on construction infrastructure projects (roads, bridges, and ports), land development, and any project where heavy construction equipment will be used.

A trained and experienced heavy equipment operator possesses necessary skills for any project that requires moving heavy materials (i.e. earthmoving). In this program students will learn to safely operate each major piece of heavy equipment such as bulldozers, hydraulic excavators, front-end loaders and articulated trucks.

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Welder

Welding Level I

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In Valencia’s hands-on Welding training course, you will learn all of the basics of becoming a qualified Welder. Special emphasis will be placed on shop safety and proper machine care, maintenance and equipment set-up.

Approximately 80% of this course is hands-on giving you the necessary time to master the techniques taught by the instructor. Lab time will consist of demonstrations and hands-on training utilizing the most current welding equipment and processes to replicate industry standards and practices.

Classroom time will be taught using a combination of visual aids, presentations, textbooks, videos, and current industry literature. Topics encompass work and shop safety, welding theory, material identification, equipment selection and setup, blueprint reading/shop drawings, welding symbol interpretation, measuring, and related math.

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Welding Level II

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In Valencia’s hands-on Welding training course, you will learn all of the advanced concepts from the Welding industry and earn additional qualifications. Special emphasis will be placed on shop safety and proper machine and equipment set-up.

Approximately 80% of this course is hands-on giving you the necessary time to master the techniques taught by the instructor. Lab time will consist of demonstrations and hands-on training with a focus on intermediate Gas Metal Arc Welding processes to include steel and aluminum, Flux-Cored Arc Welding and Gas Shielded Arc Welding. Students will also learn basic and intermediate Gas Tungsten Arc Welding on steel, stainless steel and aluminum

Classroom time will be taught using a combination of visual aids, presentations, textbooks, videos, and current industry literature. Topics will focus on determining proper settings and processes, material identification, gas selection, polarity selection, basic metallurgy, additional related mathematics, fabrication and detailing, advanced process selections.

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Communications Industry

AV Technician

Audio Electronics Specialist, Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students to be highly trained technical personnel to address the needs of local industry for technicians capable of operating, installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting professional Audio equipment, as well as, to perform sales, servicing, and training of operators of audio equipment.

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Digital Video Fundamentals Technical Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare students for initial employment as video or audio visual technicians. This basic-to-intermediate-level certificate provides students with the skills needed for computer operations, video production, audio visual production and lighting to create video projects for web, broadcast or industrial use.

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Sound and Music Technology, A.S.

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The Sound and Music Technology Associate in Science (A.S.) degree at Valencia College is a two-year program that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in music and sound production.
You will study studio and live sound techniques, post-production and audio engineering, as well as music business management, allowing you to develop the technical skills and aesthetic judgment to handle both the artistic and technical demands of music production. You’ll have the opportunity to work with awe-inspiring artists and can take advantage of a wide range of on-campus resources, including a Digital Audio Workstation, recording studio, soundstage and Valencia’s own recording label.

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Graphic Designer

Graphic and Interactive Design, A.S.

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The Graphic and Interactive Design Associate in Science (A.S.) degree program is a two-year program that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career in print design, advertising design, web design or interactive design.
As a graphics student, you’ll learn what it means to kern type, crop photos and “lose the widows.” From the creative process to interpersonal communication, our students receive hands-on experience and learn employable skills that prepare them to enter directly into a career. With a trusted reputation in the Orlando creative industry, we pride ourselves in educating some of the most talented designers in Central Florida. Our students have received recognition in local, regional, national and even international competitions. Their accomplishments include over 100 ADDY Awards, Florida Print Awards, the Create Awards, the ONE Show, Print Magazine and Siggraph.

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Graphic and Interactive Design, A.S.

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As a graphics student, you’ll learn what it means to kern type, crop photos and “lose the widows.” From the creative process to interpersonal communication, our students receive hands-on experience and learn employable skills that prepare them to enter directly into a career. With a trusted reputation in the Orlando creative industry, we pride ourselves in educating some of the most talented designers in Central Florida. Our students have received recognition in local, regional, national and even international competitions.

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Graphic Design Production Technical Certificate

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This program is designed to provide students with the skills required to produce layouts and graphics for print and advertising design. The certificate focuses on the application of good design principles and the utilization of industry-standard production techniques as well as software and hardware at a basic level.

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Graphic Design Support Technical Certificate

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This program is designed to provide students with the skills required to create layouts and graphics for printed design projects. The certificate focuses on the application of good design principles and the utilization of industry-standard production techniques as well as software and hardware at basic level.

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Graphics - Interactive Design Production Technical Certificate

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This program is designed to provide students with the skills required to create images, Web design and interactive media for the Internet or CD/DVD ROM delivery and similar venues. The certificate focuses on the application of appropriate production techniques and the use of industry-standard software and hardware at a basic to intermediate level.

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Graphics - Interactive Design Support Technical Certificate

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This program is designed to provide students with the skills required to create images and layouts for the Internet or CD/DVD ROM delivery and similar venues. The certificate focuses on the application of appropriate production techniques and the use of industry-standard software and hardware at a basic level.

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Public Service Industry

Police Officer

Auxiliary Law Enforcement Officer Career Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare individuals who have completed the Law Enforcement Volunteer program for entry level volunteer positions as Law Enforcement Auxiliary Officers.

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Criminal Justice, A.S.

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To a great extent, the safety, order and freedom of our democratic society depends on our criminal justice professionals. The complexity of today’s diverse communities demands more than ever that criminal justice professionals are broadly educated and highly trained. Valencia’s Criminal Justice program is designed to provide the best possible education for students preparing for challenging careers in law enforcement, corrections, private/industry security and other criminal justice fields. It offers a broad background in the history and philosophy of criminal justice; the management and operation of modern criminal justice agencies; the social, psychological, and cultural aspects of society; and the laws impacting criminal justice functions.

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Crossover: Corrections to Law Enforcement Career Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare individuals who have completed the Correctional Officer program or who currently are certified as correctional officers for entry-level positions in law enforcement, such as police officers and deputy sheriffs. This cross-training program allows for flexibility in scheduling.

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Law Enforcement Academy Track, A.S.

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The Law Enforcement Academy Track is an A.S. Degree program that is designed to provide students with the education, training, skills and abilities for a successful law enforcement career. The program will introduce students to a wide range of topics, including criminal justice, legal knowledge, defensive tactics, investigations and the court system, among others. Students can complete four semesters of intensive coursework over a two-year timeframe.

Upon completion of the requisite courses and successfully passing the State of Florida Law Enforcement certification examination, students will receive:

An A.S. degree in Criminal Justice
A Law Enforcement Officer Career Certificate

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Law Enforcement Officer Career Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare individuals for entry-level positions in law enforcement, such as police officers and deputy sheriffs. Program content includes introduction to criminal justice, legal knowledge, patrol techniques, defensive tactics, vehicle operation, weapons, investigations, CPR and first aid, court system, communications and interpersonal skills.

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Correctional Officer

Correctional Officer Career Certificate

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This program is designed to prepare individuals as Correctional Officers. Program content includes the criminal justice system; weapons, basic law and legal procedures; correctional operations; communication; interpersonal skills; CPR and first aid, defensive tactics; investigation procedures; physical security considerations, and emergency preparedness techniques.

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Criminal Justice, A.S.

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To a great extent, the safety, order and freedom of our democratic society depends on our criminal justice professionals. The complexity of today’s diverse communities demands more than ever that criminal justice professionals are broadly educated and highly trained. Valencia’s Criminal Justice program is designed to provide the best possible education for students preparing for challenging careers in law enforcement, corrections, private/industry security and other criminal justice fields. It offers a broad background in the history and philosophy of criminal justice; the management and operation of modern criminal justice agencies; the social, psychological, and cultural aspects of society; and the laws impacting criminal justice functions.

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EMTs and Paramedics

Emergency Medical Services Technology, A.S.

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Considered one of the most progressive programs available in Florida, Valencia’s EMS program offers advanced training in out-of-hospital emergency medicine and prepares students for State Board certification as emergency medical technicians and paramedics. EMTs and paramedics assess injuries, administer advanced emergency medical care and transport injured or ill people to medical facilities. Valencia’s program teaches theory and clinical applications, and provides hands-on field internships to assure that students gain the skills necessary to offer the most extensive emergency life support services available. If you are good at making split-second decisions and staying calm in a crisis, then this may be the career for you.

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EMT Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students for state board certification as an emergency medical technician and focuses on the fundamentals of emergency healthcare in a pre-hospital environment. Students learn to administer basic life support functions.

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Fire Fighter- Emergency Medical Technician Career Certificate

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This program will combine the successful completion of the Fire Fighter Minimum Standards Course and the Emergency Medical (EMT) Course into one Department of Education course completion point. Students wishing to become a fire fighter and EMT will have the opportunity to select this program. This combined program will meet the requirements for financial aid assistance for students who meet the financial aid assistance program.

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Paramedic Technology Certificate

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This program prepares students for state board certification as a paramedic and focuses on advanced emergency healthcare in a pre-hospital environment. Students learn to administer advanced life support, including cardiac, medical, trauma, pediatric and psychiatric illnesses.

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Firefighter

Fire Fighter (Minimum Standards) Career Certificate

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The Fire Fighter I course provides both practical applications and an orientation to the fire service. This course includes many functions required of a fire fighter such as: fire service safety; fire behavior; building construction; protective clothing; SCBA; portable extinguishers; ropes and knots; building search and victim removal; forcible entry tools; constructions techniques; ground ladders; ventilation; water supply; coupling; loading and rolling house; laying, carrying and advancing hose; water streams; Class A, C, D; vehicle and wildland fire control; sprinkler system fundamentals; salvage; overhaul and protecting evidence of fire cause; fire department communication; equipment and techniques; fire prevention and public fire education. The course also includes Awareness-Level Hazardous Materials Training.

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Fire Fighter- Emergency Medical Technician Career Certificate

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This program will combine the successful completion of the Fire Fighter Minimum Standards Course and the Emergency Medical (EMT) Course into one Department of Education course completion point. Students wishing to become a fire fighter and EMT will have the opportunity to select this program. This combined program will meet the requirements for financial aid assistance for students who meet the financial aid assistance program.

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Fire Fighting Tactics and Strategy II

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This course is a study of the principles utilized on the fire ground for maximum manpower and equipment utilization and fire ground administration at all levels from a small fire through major conflagrations. Emphasis will be on developing critical thinking in relation to crises.

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Fire Officer I Certification

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Florida Bureau of Fire Standards and Training additional requirements Fire Officer I

Possess an active Firefighter Certificate of Compliance issued by the Division or have met the curriculum requirements for Firefighter Part I as defined in 69A-37.055(I) F.A.C.
Meet the job performance requirements of NFPA 1021-Fire Officer I (2009)
Complete Fire Officer I curriculum
Complete the “Fire Officer I Task Book” with required signatures.
Pass the Fire Officer I Exam with a score of 70% or higher.
Complete the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation course titled “Courage to Be Safe” or a course determined by the Division to be equivalent.

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Fire Officer II Certification

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Florida Bureau of Fire Standards and Training additional requirements, Fire Officer II

Possess an active Firefighter Certificate of Compliance issued by the Division or have met the curriculum requirements for Firefighter Part I as defined in 69A-37.055(I) F.A.C.
Possess an active Fire Officer I Certificate of Competency issued by the Division.
Meet the job performance requirements of NFPA 1021- Fire Officer II (2009)
Complete the Fire Officer II Curriculum.
Complete the “Fire Officer II Task Book” with required signatures.
Pass the Fire Officer II Exam with a score of 70% or higher.
Complete the prerequisite course titled “ICS-300: Intermediate ICS for Expanding Incidents” or a course determined by the Division to be equivalent.
Complete the Florida State Fire College “Florida State-Wide Emergency Response Plan (SERP)” course.
Complete the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation course titled “Courage to Be Safe” or a course determined by the Division to be equivalent.

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Fire Officer Supervisor Technical Certificate

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This program offers a sequence of courses that provides coherent and rigorous content aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge and skills needed to prepare for further education and careers in the Fire Service; provides technical skill proficiency, and includes competency-based applied learning that contributes to the academic knowledge, higher-order reasoning and problem-solving skills, work attitudes, general employability skills, technical skills, and occupation-specific skills, and knowledge of all aspects of the Fire Service.

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Fire Science Academy Track, A.S.

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One Program, Three Areas of Education

The Fire Science Academy is a fast-paced, intensive program. Participants will complete three components of career development in just two years.

Upon completion, students will receive:

A.S. degree in Fire Science Technology (60 college credits)
EMT (Emergency Medical Technology) Technical Certificate (must pass a state exam)
Minimum Standards Training – Firefighter I and II (must pass a state exam)

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Fire Science Technology, A.S.

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If you are good at making split-second decisions and staying calm in a crisis, then a career in fire-fighting may be just for you. In Valencia’s Fire Science Technology program, you will gain an understanding of different fire and emergency hazards, and learn about effective operating procedures for fire prevention, control and management. Valencia’s program can also be useful for careers in other public service areas or to provide current fire fighters and staff with enhanced training and education opportunities for promotion and career advancement.

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Firesafety Inspector I Certification

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Florida Bureau of Fire Standards and Training additional requirements Inspector I

To be certified as a Firesafety Inspector I in the State of Florida, an individual must successful complete 200 hours of certification training for Firesafety Inspector, or have received equivalent training in another state, and pass a state written examination.

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Firesafety Inspector II Certification

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Florida Bureau of Fire Standards and Training additional requirements Inspector II

To be certified as a Firesafety Inspector II, an individual must be certified as a Firesafety Inspector I in the State of Florida, and must successful complete 160 hours of certification training for Firesafety Inspector II, or have received equivalent training in another state.

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Firesafety Investigator I Certification

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Florida Bureau of Fire Standards and Training additional requirements Investigator I

To be certified as a Fire Investigator I in the State of Florida, an individual must be State of Florida certified Firefighter, Firesafety Inspector or Police Officer and successfully complete 160 hours of basic certification training for fire investigators, or have received equivalent training in another state, and pass a state written examination.

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Truck Company Operations

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This course is aimed at firefighters who are assigned to a truck company or an engine company, and are expected to perform truck company functions at a fire scene. Truck Company Operations does not focus on the appropriate use of a tower truck apparatus. Instead, it provides education and hands on training in the functions normally performed by a truck company crew.

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Paralegal and Legal Assistant

Paralegal Studies, A.S.

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The paralegal is one of the lawyer’s most valuable resources, performing substantive legal work delegated and supervised by the lawyer—including assisting with trial preparation and real estate closings, drafting legal documents and performing research. Through Valencia College’s A.S. degree in Paralegal Studies, students will develop a strong background in areas such as civil litigation, real property, business organizations, legal research and legal technology. Paralegal students will also gain an understanding of the ethical framework within which they work and be able to effectively analyze and communicate in these areas.

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Healthcare Industry

Cardiovascular Technician

Cardiovascular Technology, A.S.

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As a cardiovascular technologist, you would work side-by-side with cardiologists and physicians to diagnose and treat heart disease and vascular problems. You would also serve as an integral member of the cardiac catheterization laboratory team, whose primary role is to conduct tests on pulmonary or cardiovascular systems of patients and assist with electrocardiograms, heart catheterizations and similar tests. Valencia’s program provides students with the latest training available for this challenging and rewarding career.

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Medical Assistant

Clinical Medical Assistant: A Dual Certification Program

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What are the responsibilities of a Medical Assistant?

Administrative Medical Assistants are responsible for providing foundational services that provide critical first impressions, which convey the level of care, and professionalism a patient will experience when visiting outpatient facilities such as medical offices, clinics, and hospitals.

Clinical Medical Assistants are responsible for greeting patients, checking basic vitals, administering vaccines, managing prescriptions, assisting with a variety of medical procedures and medical charting of patient information.

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Dental Hygienist

Dental Hygiene, A.S.

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As a dental hygienist you will work as part of a dental team in examining patients for signs of oral disease and providing preventative dental care. In addition to cleanings and X-rays, hygienists also administer sedation, assist with root canals, apply fluoride and sealants, and educate patients on ways to improve and maintain good oral health. Valencia’s dental hygiene program prepares you to become licensed as a primary oral health care professional and is dedicated to helping you develop the specific skills you need to ensure that the highest quality of dental care is provided for patients.

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Medical Sonographer

Diagnostic Medical Sonography, A.S.

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If you’re fascinated by the inner-workings of the human body, then you may want to consider becoming a sonographer. Sonographers play a dynamic role in the treatment and care of patients. When a doctor needs to study any of the soft tissue organs of a patient—like the liver, gallbladder, kidneys, thyroid or breast—it is the sonographer who provides the images using high frequency sound waves via ultrasound. You may also get to share in an experience most people remember for a lifetime—providing expectant mothers with their first glimpse of an unborn child—a moment most people remember for the rest of their lives.

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Medical Records and Health Information Technician

Health Information Technology, A.S.

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Health information professionals play a critical role in health care—even though they rarely interact with patients. Every time you hear a health statistic on the news, read a doctor’s diagnosis in your medical record or use your health insurance card, you can be sure a medical record technician has played a part. Health information technicians are specialists in preparing, analyzing and managing medical records. They play a key role in coding and reimbursement and are considered experts in assuring the privacy and security of health data. In Valencia’s HIT program, students learn how to collect, analyze, monitor and report health data, using the latest technology. As more doctors and hospitals move toward electronic health records, trained technicians in this field will become more in demand than ever.

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Medical Administration, A.S.

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The program focuses on career training for office support staff and medical transcriptionists. The program also emphasizes records management, insurance, billing and coding, and other front office activities. Medical transcriptionists provide vital support for physicians as they transcribe dictation from doctors and other health care professionals into medical reports, correspondence and other vital administrative records. Medical office support personnel with these highly sought-after skills can find careers in medical offices, clinics, hospitals and other health-care organizations.

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MRI Technician

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Certificate

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The Advanced Technical Certificate (ATC) in Magnetic Resonance Imaging is for health professionals who have completed an associate degree, or higher, in Radiography, Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Nuclear Medicine Technology or Radiation Therapy from a regionally accredited institution.

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Radiology Tech

Radiography, A.S.

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If a picture is worth a thousand words, imagine the value of clear images generated by high-tech medical equipment for a person in need of medical care. And imagine the value that someone trained in the use of such equipment brings to a medical team. The radiographer is an integral member of the medical team. Radiographers operate high-tech imaging equipment and perform diagnostic imaging examinations such as X-ray’s, CAT scans, MRI’s and mammograms, that help doctors accurately diagnose and treat their patients for injury and disease. Valencia’s A.S. degree in Radiography prepares students to become highly skilled professionals in the safe and effective use of radiation to treat patients.

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Respiratory Therapist

Respiratory Care, A.S.

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Respiratory therapists are an integral member of any medical team and serve as life-support specialists who work to restore the heart and lung system to normal function. A respiratory therapist’s main role is to assist physicians in treating patients who experience heart or lung problems and breathing disorders such as chronic asthma or emphysema. Valencia’s program provides a strong base in therapeutic techniques and state-of-the-art equipment, as well as hands-on experience at some of the community’s major medical centers. Through this combined educational experience, students learn to use their classroom knowledge in real-life situations.

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Vet Technician

Veterinary Technology, A.S.

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The Veterinary Technology A.S. degree program is a selective admission program at St. Petersburg College. Through a cooperative agreement with St. Petersburg College, Valencia offers the general education core and support courses required in the program. Students meeting the admission requirements of this program at St. Petersburg College can access all of the remaining specialized courses through online distance learning. Required clinical and work experiences can be obtained within the Central Florida area. The degree is awarded by St. Petersburg College.

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Hospitality Industry

Chef and Head Cook

Chef's Apprentice (Hospitality and Tourism Institute) Technical Certificate

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This program is designed for students interested in the culinary industry, focusing on the fundamental knowledge and skills one needs to work safely and efficiently in a culinary setting. Learners develop skills in sanitation and safety, recognition and identification of foods, proper storage of foods, methods of preparation, and food and beverage purchasing.

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Culinary Arts (Hospitality and Tourism Institute) Technical Certificate

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This program is designed for students interested in the culinary industry and for culinary managers desiring to enhance their skills. Learners develop skills that culinary professionals typically should have, such as strategies for preparing healthy and nutritional dishes. This certificate program allows the learner to integrate baking and pastry skills with traditional culinary skills. Students also learn knife skills, kitchen procedures, and sanitation/safety procedures.

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Culinary Arts Management (Hospitality and Tourism Institute) Technical Certificate

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This program is designed for students interested in the culinary industry, focusing on the fundamental knowledge and skills one needs to work safely and efficiently in a culinary setting. Learners develop skills in sanitation and safety, recognition and identification of foods, proper storage of foods, methods of preparation, and food and beverage purchasing. They also examine the broad perspective of the culinary arts within the Hospitality field.

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Culinary Management, A.S.

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Valencia’s unique program is the only degree-granting culinary program in Orlando, and is housed in a 61,000-square-foot facility that includes banquet rooms, a high-tech demonstration kitchen with 20 fully equipped workstations, and a state-of-the-art production kitchen. Valencia’s Program provides you with some of the best chefs in the industry as your teachers, and takes a well-rounded approach, with instruction ranging from sanitation to nutritional analysis, to the basic elements for great classical, international and American cuisine. Whether you are interested in learning the skills to become a great culinary chef, or you are interested in upgrading your culinary talents, Valencia’s Culinary Management program has something for you.

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Kitchen Manager

Culinary Management AS

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The Culinary Management Associate in Science (A.S.) degree at Valencia College is a two-year program that prepares you to go directly into a specialized career within the culinary industry.

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Transportation Industry

Truck Driver

Commercial Truck Driver – CDL Class A

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Commercial truck drivers are a vital part of our country’s success and way of life. They are responsible for transporting goods and materials over land, which provides an essential service.

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Information Technology Industry

Database Administrators

Computer Information Data Specialist Technical Certificate

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This certificate prepares students with foundation skills in computer maintenance, network essentials and database management.

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Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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Computer Information Technology encompasses many different jobs and requires people with diverse skills and interests. Do you like to work with people or do hands-on technical support? Skilled customer support specialists are highly coveted by high-tech companies. They are needed to staff help desks, answer customer problem calls and provide timely assistance in solving technical problems. Valencia’s Computer Information Technology degree program takes a well-rounded approach and gives you the skills to become a support technician who provides hands-on technical assistance such as computer repair and software installation, or a computer security specialist who provides systems support.

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Information Security Analyst

Computer Information Technology Analyst- IT Security Specialization Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students to provide IT Security support which includes developing plans and resources to meet technical requirements, analyzing computer systems problems and implementing effective solutions.

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Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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Computer Information Technology encompasses many different jobs and requires people with diverse skills and interests. Do you like to work with people or do hands-on technical support? Skilled customer support specialists are highly coveted by high-tech companies. They are needed to staff help desks, answer customer problem calls and provide timely assistance in solving technical problems. Valencia’s Computer Information Technology degree program takes a well-rounded approach and gives you the skills to become a support technician who provides hands-on technical assistance such as computer repair and software installation, or a computer security specialist who provides systems support.

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Cybersecurity Technical Certificate

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This technical certificate program prepares the students for employment as Information Security Managers; Network Security Professionals; Security Penetration Testing Professionals; and Systems Security Practitioners. The content includes, but is not limited to, the selection and deployment of various network security appliances such as firewalls, proxy servers, intrusion detection systems, intrusion prevention systems, and adaptive security appliances. Additionally, the content includes the selection and deployment of various propriety and/or open-source network penetration testing tools.

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Digital Forensics Technical Certificate

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This technical certificate program prepares the students for employment as Digital Forensics Examiner. The program focuses on the process of detecting hacking attacks, extracting evidence to report the crime, and conducting audits to prevent future attacks. The program allows for the application of computers and mobile devices investigation and analysis techniques in the interests of determining potential legal evidence that might be sought in a wide range of computer crime or misuse, including but not limited to theft of trade secrets, theft of or destruction of intellectual property, and fraud.

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Network Engineering Technology, A.S.

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With the number of cyber attacks on the rise and confidential information becoming increasingly vulnerable, the need for networking specialists and information security analysts continues to grow. Valencia’s Networking program has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance by the National Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security—one of only 30 centers in the nation—to help meet this critical need. With Valencia’s program, you will be trained to design, administer, maintain and support local and wide area network systems. Graduates will be qualified for exciting technological roles in network design and installation, infrastructure, security and maintenance, incident response, inter-network communications, network monitoring and administration, and cyber security.

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IT Support Specialist

Computer Information Technology Analyst- IT Support Specialization Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students to provide IT support which includes analyzing technical problems and computer systems problems, and implementing solutions to address customer and user needs.

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Computer Information Technology Specialist Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students to provide IT customer support which includes a basic knowledge and understanding of software applications, networking technologies and hardware configuration, troubleshooting and correcting problems.

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Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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Computer Information Technology encompasses many different jobs and requires people with diverse skills and interests. Do you like to work with people or do hands-on technical support? Skilled customer support specialists are highly coveted by high-tech companies. They are needed to staff help desks, answer customer problem calls and provide timely assistance in solving technical problems. Valencia’s Computer Information Technology degree program takes a well-rounded approach and gives you the skills to become a support technician who provides hands-on technical assistance such as computer repair and software installation, or a computer security specialist who provides systems support.

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Network and Computer Systems Administrator

Computer Information Technology Specialist Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students to provide IT customer support which includes a basic knowledge and understanding of software applications, networking technologies and hardware configuration, troubleshooting and correcting problems.

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Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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Computer Information Technology encompasses many different jobs and requires people with diverse skills and interests. Do you like to work with people or do hands-on technical support? Skilled customer support specialists are highly coveted by high-tech companies. They are needed to staff help desks, answer customer problem calls and provide timely assistance in solving technical problems. Valencia’s Computer Information Technology degree program takes a well-rounded approach and gives you the skills to become a support technician who provides hands-on technical assistance such as computer repair and software installation, or a computer security specialist who provides systems support.

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Network Administration Technical Certificate

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This technical certificate program prepares the student for employment as Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP); Microsoft Certified IT Professional (MCITP): Server Administrator; Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist (MCTS); and Microsoft Certified Solutions Associate (MCSA).

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Network Engineering Technology, A.S.

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With the number of cyber attacks on the rise and confidential information becoming increasingly vulnerable, the need for networking specialists and information security analysts continues to grow. Valencia’s Networking program has been designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance by the National Security Agency and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security—one of only 30 centers in the nation—to help meet this critical need. With Valencia’s program, you will be trained to design, administer, maintain and support local and wide area network systems. Graduates will be qualified for exciting technological roles in network design and installation, infrastructure, security and maintenance, incident response, inter-network communications, network monitoring and administration, and cyber security.

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Network Infrastructure Technical Certificate

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This technical certificate program prepares the student for employment as Cisco Certified Entry-Level Network Technician – Routing and Switching; and Cisco Certified Network Associate – Routing and Switching.

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Network Support Technical Certificate

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This technical certificate program prepares the student for employment as PC Technician; Computer Support Specialist, and Network Support Technician.

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Systems Analyst

Computer Information Technology Specialist Technical Certificate

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This program prepares students to provide IT customer support which includes a basic knowledge and understanding of software applications, networking technologies and hardware configuration, troubleshooting and correcting problems.

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Computer Information Technology, A.S.

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Computer Information Technology encompasses many different jobs and requires people with diverse skills and interests. Do you like to work with people or do hands-on technical support? Skilled customer support specialists are highly coveted by high-tech companies. They are needed to staff help desks, answer customer problem calls and provide timely assistance in solving technical problems. Valencia’s Computer Information Technology degree program takes a well-rounded approach and gives you the skills to become a support technician who provides hands-on technical assistance such as computer repair and software installation, or a computer security specialist who provides systems support.

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Software Developer

Computer Programming and Analysis, A.S.

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Students in this program develop skills in computer programming and analysis, while enjoying hands-on training in the foundations of computer technology and software development. Elective courses allow students to enhance their skill sets with advanced programming and Web development. All classes are taught in state-of-the-art computer labs with the most popular software and hardware, and the curriculum includes an internship program that places students directly into IT departments where they can put their new knowledge into practice and gain real world experience.

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Computer Programming- Computer Programming Specialization Technical Certificate

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This certificate prepares students with computer programming skills in various languages. The content includes evaluating technical needs and software problems, developing a logical plan for a software solution, and writing, designing and maintaining computer programs to meet user requirements.

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Computer Programming- Web Development Specialization Technical Certificate

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This certificate prepares and equips students with various web programming skills and web development tools. The content includes assessing customer needs and technical requirements, and developing, implementing and maintaining web-based software solutions to meet user needs.

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Energy Industry

Electrical Lineman

Electrical Powerline Technician

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After major storms and hurricanes, local communities depend on Electrical Powerline Technicians to help restore power to homes and businesses. They are trained to install, maintain and repair the high-power transmission and distribution lines and systems that deliver electric power from the generating source to the end user.

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Contact Phone Number

407-299-2187

Address

1768 Park Center Drive
Orlando, FL 32835
United States