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East Los Angeles Skills Center (ELASC)
3921 Selig Place, Los Angeles, CA 90031
Eastside Learning Center (Eastside LC)
4355 Michigan Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90022
Fully accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
The Career Technical Education (CTE) department provides industry linked programs and services that enable all individuals to reach their career goals in order to achieve a high quality lifestyle, to be competitive in the global market place, and to sustain California's economic dominance.
LAUSD/CTE does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities and provides equal access for all of our services.
ARTS AND MEDIA
GRAPHIC DESIGN 1-
VIDEO PRODUCTION 1-
BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION
BUILDING AND GROUNDS WORKER (797550): In this class you will learn cleaning procedures for schools, offices, hotels, arenas, theatres, and residential buildings. It includes: safety, waste handling, chemical care, restroom care, floor care, and carpet maintenance.
HOSPITAL MAINTENANCE TECHNICIAN (797565): You will learn the procedures for cleaning specialized hospital and medical office facilities. Class focuses on safety, sanitary procedures, waste handling, chemical care, restroom care, patient room care, and blood borne pathogen training.
RENEWABLE ENERGY AND POWER TECHNOLOGY (SOLAR PANELS)
CONSTRUCTION WORK/SOLAR (713550): You will receive basic residential and commercial construction techniques, utilize proper tools and materials to build and install solar thermal panels. In this class you will be learning the latest “green energy technology.”
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PHOTOVOLTAIC 1 / Solar Panels (726550): You will learn how solar energy is a viable source of alternative energy, solar installation, workplace safety, alternative energy, electrical theories, electrical wiring procedures.
PHOTOVOLTAIC 2 / Solar Panels (726560): In this course you will learn about alternative and renewable energy. It will provide you with hand on experience in system site selection, mechanical design adaptation, component evaluation, site assessment, and photovoltaic system mechanical design adaptations.
PHOTOVOLTAIC 3 / Solar Panels (726570): In this final course you will learn photovoltaic installation, electrical design, installation of subsystems, components, maintenance, troubleshooting, and exploration of industry markets for photovoltaic applications.
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POWERLINE SYSTEMS 1 (726550): In this course you will learn about physical, mechanical, and industry related tasks for power distribution careers. It includes: safety requirements, safe climbing techniques, industry related fitness, and electrical theory.
POWERLINE SYSTEMS 2 (727585): This class focuses on physical, mechanical, and electrical skills for power distribution careers. It includes: rigging, material preparation, aerial construction, underground transmission maintenance, safe climbing techniques, and proper tool techniques.
POWERLINE SYSTEMS 3 (727590): You will learn about advanced physical, mechanical, and industry related skills for employment in utility trades, including: advanced safety regulations, advanced climbing, advanced distribution and transmission rigging, aerial construction, first aid, and apprenticeship preparation. Students must complete courses in sequential order to be eligible for program certificate. Powerline Systems Program has an existing WAITING LIST for enrollment. You MUST place your name on the ELASC website waiting list to be eligible for enrollment.
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HOME HEALTH AIDE – HHA (778070): You will learn the basics of nursing care in the home. The course covers philosophy of nursing, safety principles in the home, and infection control methods. It stresses proper nutrition and health as well as methods for meeting the social and psychological needs of the clients.
MEDICAL ASSISTANT (774050): Classroom instruction includes: ethics, medical terminology, medical forms, ambulatory care, obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, out-
PHYSICAL THERAPY (764550): This course prepares you to provide basic physical therapy treatment in health care facilities. You will practice the assessment of vital signs, body mechanics, treatment methods, therapeutic rehabilitation exercises and mobility training. You will practice what you learned and gain expertise at a clinical site.
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ACCOUNTING 1 (751550): You will learn the following: basic accounting principles, journals, general ledgers, worksheets, financial statements, spreadsheets, accounts payable, inventories, banking principles procedures.
ACCOUNTING 2 (751560): This is the second course that focuses on double-
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ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 1: Office Procedures (753550). This is the first of three classes that you will need in order to complete the Administrative Assistant training pathway. You will learn workplace safety procedures, business ethics and attitudes, learn proper use of office tools, telephone etiquette, filing systems, travel arrangements and employability skills.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 2: Business English (753560). This is the second of three courses that you will need in order to complete the Administrative Assistant training pathway. You will get experience in written and oral communications. You will learn English grammar, spelling and punctuation, business writing and reporting, and techniques of effective reading, listening and speaking.
ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT 3: Business Math (753570). This is the last course of the Administrative Assistant training pathway. You will learn and practice business mathematics which includes: addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of whole numbers, decimals, and fractions and how to solve word and problems. You will also learn how to be proficient using an electronic calculator.
KEYBOARDING 1 & 2 (715084/86): Learn to use the computer keyboard. You will learn how to type with speed and accuracy. You will also learn how to produce office documents, formatting and applications.
COMPUTER OPERATOR/1: FOUNDATIONS (753580). In this class you will understand the basic operations of computers. Every career requires computer knowledge for you to be successful in any job in today’s digital world. Among the topics included are: word processing, file management, internet applications, email, computer ethics and security, and virus and spyware protection. This is one of the classes that meet the requirement for the Administrative Assistant certificate program.
COMPUTER OPERATOR/2: APPLICATIONS (753590). You will learn Microsoft Office Word processing and Excel application programs. Office simulations include formatting, editing, basic Excel formulas, charts and tables and more. This is one of the classes that meet the requirement for the Administrative Assistant certificate program. Prerequisite: Computer Operations/1: Foundations or equivalent Computer Challenge Test.
COMPUTER OPERATOR/3: DATA MANAGEMENT (754550). You will be learning Microsoft Access (database program) to include creating, filing, retrieving information, and creating reports and charts. Prerequisite: Computer Operations/1 or equivalent Computer Challenge Test.
COMPUTER OPERATOR/4: PRESENTATIONS (754560). You will be introduced to Microsoft PowerPoint (presentation graphic program) to include navigating an existing presentation, creating a new presentation using the basic principles of design, text boxes, inserting and formatting objects to edit and improve the presentation graphics, adding private notes for the speaker, printing and tips to maximize your presentation. Prerequisite: Completion of Computer Operations/1: Foundations, or equivalent Computer Challenge Test.
SECURITY GUARD TRAINEE (788570): This course prepares students for entry level employment as Security Officer which is in high demand in California. Instruction includes Criminal Law, Powers of Arrest, Self Defense and First Aid. This class prepares you for the Department of Consumer Affairs Bureau of Security and Investigative Services exam and qualify for the Security guard card.
COSMETOLOGY 1, 2, & 3 (784560/63/65): In a little over a year you can take the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC) (1600 hour). You will learn disinfection, hairstyling, hair cutting, chemical texturing, hair coloring, nail care and skin care procedures. You get a real world experience by working with clients in a lab setting. Instructor not only teaches but guides you through the process of applying for the state board exam and mock practice test to secure your success.
COSMETOLOGY SPECIALIST (784595): This is a supplemental course designed to help you prepare for the California State Board Licensing Exam. It includes: color theory, contouring, formal makeup, theatrical makeup, and advanced hair coloring, braids, extensions, spa manicuring and pedicuring.
MANICURING 1 (781090): This course is part one of two which you will learn the water and oil based manicures and introduction to pedicures.
MANICURING 2 (781095): This course focuses on advanced pedicures, the application of artificial nails, and entrepreneurship. These two courses prepare you to pass the California State Board of Barbering and Cosmetology (CSBBC) licensing exam. You can use 200 hours of this program to crossover to Cosmetology.
HAIR STYLING – UPGRADE (781080): In this course you focus on advanced hair cutting, hair styling, iron curling, permanent waving, hair relaxing, and hair coloring.