Our Programs

Computer Repair

The specialized course Computer Service Technology is an advanced phase of the electronics program. The computer service technology program is designed to prepare the student for college and/or other postsecondary opportunities and, subsequently, to prepare him/her to perform entry-level tasks under the supervision of an experienced technician. The course standards are aligned with current Comptia A+ certification standards. Instruction also includes networking media, topologies, network operating systems, models and protocols, codes and standards, addressing, diagnostics, routing, WAN services, network security, and leadership skills. In addition, instruction and training are provided in the proper care, maintenance, and use of networking software, tools, and equipment.

Unit of Instruction

  • Program Orientation
  • Safety
  • Installation, Configuration and Upgrade
  • Diagnosis and Troubleshooting
  • PC Preventative Maintenance, Safety, and Environmental Issues
  • Motherboard / Processors / Memory


Cisco Networking

The Cisco Networking Course is designed to provide students with classroom and laboratory experience in Computer Repair Technology and Cisco Networking. Upon successful completion of these courses, students will be able to seek employment or further their education and training in the information technology field.

Instruction includes networking media, topologies, various operating systems, models and protocols, codes and standards, addressing, diagnostics, routing, LAN and WAN services, network security, and leadership skills. In addition, instruction and training are provided in the proper care, maintenance, and use of networking software, tools, computers, peripherals, and other related equipment.

Particular emphasis is given to the use of critical thinking skills and problem-solving techniques found in math and communication programs.

Unit of Instruction

  • Safety (Shop, Personnel and Electrical)
  • Introduction to Computers and Applications (This includes assembly and disassembly, part ID)
  • Operating Systems
  • Laptops and Portable Devices
  • Printers and Scanners
  • Connecting to Networks
  • Connecting to the Internet through ISP
  • Network Addressing
  • Network Services
  • Wireless Network Technology
  • Network Security
  • Troubleshooting
  • Job Skills, Interviewing, Projects

Basic Carpentry/Roofing Training

Duration: The basic demolition, carpentry framing, roofing and siding is a two-week program that offers both classroom and hands-on training. The total number of training hours is 50. 25 hours of classroom training to be held in a classroom setting and 25 hours of hands-on training to be held in a job site setting.
  • Unit 1: OSHA Standards & Safety
  • Unit 2: How to Properly Demo a Structure
  • Unit 3: How to Frame out A Roof with Proper Support Structure
  • Unit 4: How to Shingle a Roof
  • Unit 5: How to flash and counter flash a Roof
  • Unit 6: Classroom Discussion (Q&A), Classroom Final Exam on all previous material

Solar RV Training

Duration: The solar panel installation program is a two-week program that offers both classroom and hands-on training. The total number of training hours is 50, 25 hours of classroom training to be held in a classroom setting, 25 hours of hands-on training to be held in a job site setting.
  • Unit 1: OSHA Standards & Safety
  • Unit 2: How Solar Panels Work?
  • Unit 3: Preparing and Layout of Solar System Equipment
  • Unit 4: How to Measure for Roof Markings on Beams of Rooftop (16" OC)
  • Unit 5: Solar Panels Installation on Rail System
  • Unit 6: Class Quizzing on Tools and Solar System Components
  • Unit 7: Solar System Install Training in Classroom
  • Unit 8: On The Job Training (Actual hands-on training)
  • Unit 9: Final Exam on all previous material discussed (i.e. solar system install, tools, safety, roofing hazards, ladder set-up)