Our Students are Trained
in the Following Programs
This well-balanced, comprehensive trade school program combines the theoretical aspects of automotive diagnostics with direct, hands-on practical training in repair procedures. Some of the topics we focus on in our Automotive Technician program are Engine Theory and Systems, Manual Transmissions, and Brake Systems.
Business Office Administration
This program will teach you basic office administration skills to prepare you for entry-level positions. You'll learn key software such as Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher) and QuickBooks, and study basics of marketing, human resources, customer service, communication, organization, and accounting.
Our Criminal Justice program will help prepare you for entry-level criminal justice and security positions by teaching you about the US legal system and the technical skills, operational standards, and workplace behaviors expected of employees. You'll not only get classroom education but also practical experience in a lab setting.
Our Dental Assistant program teaches you clinical, radiographic, and preventive dentistry procedures. You'll learn in the classroom and lab, plus get 170 hours of on-the-job externship training to prepare you for entry-level dental assistant positions in dental offices, supply manufacturers, hospitals, or insurance companies.
Our Electrician Technician program is designed to get you the necessary training you need as quickly as possible via an industry-recognized curriculum that provides you with career-focused courses that are personalized, hands-on, and tailored to the skills that employers look for most.
Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)
Our HVAC program is designed to be completed in as few as ten months and focuses on hands-on training. Some of the topics we focus on in our HVAC trade school program are Air Conditioning, Troubleshooting, and Green Awareness, Specialized Commercial Equipment, and Heating Systems .
Our Medical Assistant program will give you the education you need for entry-level front- or back-office medical assistant positions in clinics, hospitals, and doctors' offices. You'll also complete a 250-hour externship where you'll receive on-the-job training at an approved extern employment site in the community.
Medical Billing and Insurance Coding
You'll learn how to code medical procedures and diagnoses, complete insurance claim forms, and assess patient records for claims reimbursement. You'll also complete a 250-hour externship at an approved extern employment site in the community.
Medical Office Specialist
In addition to health care fundamentals, including emergency procedures and CPR, you’ll be trained in office management tasks, insurance processing, coding and billing, bookkeeping, medical records management. Students are trained in medical administrative procedures for ambulatory care facilities, medical clinics, dental offices, and hospitals.
The Pharmacy Technician program will help you gain a solid foundation of pharmacy fundamentals and terminology. A combination of classroom and lab classes will help prepare you to work in both hospital and retail pharmacy areas. You'll also receive on-the-job training in the 120 hour externship with an employer within the community.
The Welding Technician program prepares you for an entry-level welder career in the manufacturing centers, industrial complexes etc. While enrolled in this vocational program you’ll study Welding fundamentals and welding procedures.
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Medical Assistant students were recently given the opportunity to learn from community service as they volunteered to assist a Bakersfield-area community wellness organization in hosting a free COVID Clinic.Read More >