Courses

Auto/Moto/Construction

AUTO 49, Auto Body Maintenance and Detailing
Lec-17.5 Lab-52.5 field trips P/NP Available

ADVISE: ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English

Introductory course on general vehicle body maintenance, minor body part replacement and adjustment, glass replacement, and exterior and interior detailing.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 50, Intro to Automotive Mechanics
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

ADVISE: MATH 30; ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English

Introduction to automotive systems, industry best practices, basic vehicle fluid and wheel services, and safety practices. Orientation to the automobile: technical vocabulary, systems, components, safety procedures, proper use of appropriate tools and equipment, and development of hands-on skills. Basic maintenance and repair of the automobile in accord with Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 51, Automotive Electrical
Lec-105 Lab-105 field trips

PREREQ.: AUTO 50 or pass Challenge Test

This course focuses on automotive electrical systems including basic electrical theory, wiring diagrams, battery technology, starting, charging, lighting, instrumentation and wiring systems, electrical/electronic troubleshooting, digital volt ohm meters, and storage oscilloscopes, in the diagnosis and repair of automotive electronics. Preparation for the ASE-A6, examination.

CSU
Units: 8
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 52, Brakes, Suspension, Alignment
Lec-105 Lab-105 field trips

PREREQ.: AUTO 50 or pass Challenge Test

This ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification course (A-5 and A-4 tests) prepares future technicians for a career in brake and suspension repair with an understanding of operation, troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance, including computerized wheel alignment, anti-lock, and stability control systems.

CSU
Units: 8
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 53, Automatic and Manual Transmissions
Lec-105 Lab-105 field trips

PREREQ.: AUTO 50 or pass Challenge Test

This ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) course prepares for the national exams in automatic transmissions and transaxles (A-2), and manual drivetrains and axles (A-3); diagnosis, service, and repair.

CSU
Units: 8
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 54, Engine Repair
Lec-105 Lab-105 field trips

PREREQ.: AUTO 50 or pass Challenge Test

Prepares students for ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) Engine Repair A1 test. Fundamental theory and operation of automotive engines. A hands-on course focusing on the analysis of engine problems and proper repair procedures.

CSU
Units: 8
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 55, Engine Performance/Drivability
Lec-105 Lab-105 field trips

PREREQ.: AUTO 50 or pass Challenge Test

Focus on troubleshooting of fuel and ignition systems with the use of scan tools, multi-meters, vacuum and pressure gauges, and oscilloscope. Prepare for ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) A-8 and L1 certification. This course along with AUTO 50, 51, qualifies for the Performance and Driveability Specialist certificate.

CSU
Units: 8
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 56, Introduction to Hybrid and EV Auto Maintenance and Repair
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 field trips P/NP Available

PREREQ.: AUTO 50 and AUTO 51

Principles and functions of hybrid automobiles, and procedures for their maintenance, problem diagnosis and repair. Function of individual system components examined. Critical importance of safety and hybrid-unique equipment and procedures. Maintenance procedures and diagnostic and repair processes for common hybrids (Toyota and Ford) taught in detail.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 58, Automotive Heating and Air-Conditioning
Lec-35 Lab-70 field trips

PREREQ.: AUTO 50

Learners will study the history, principles of operation, environmental concerns, scientific principles, mechanical components, diagnosis, servicing and testing, system controls, retrofit of old systems, and future trends of automotive HV AC systems. Preparation for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) A-7 Test.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 59, Automotive Suspension and Steering
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 field trips

PREREQ.: AUTO 50

This course prepares students to diagnose and repair automotive tire, wheel, suspension and steering systems. Includes specialized training in the use of Hunter alignment, tire mounting and tire balancing equipment. Preparation for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) A-4 test.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 60, Independent Study (Auto Technology)
Lab-52.5 to 157.5 P/NP Available

PREREQ: AUTO 50 or demonstration of exit skills

Research and application of advanced skills within the topic of Automotive/Trade Skills. Allows student to investigate subjects of special interest and develop skills toward those interests, such as frame design and fabrication, suspension design and fabrication, engine performance modification and reflash of engine computer.

CSU
Units: 1
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 63, Automotive Braking Systems
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5

PREREQ.: AUTO 50

This course prepares future technicians to perform automotive brake system repair with an
understanding of operation, troubleshooting, and preventive maintenance, including disk brakes, drum brakes, anti-lock, and stability control systems. Preparation for the ASE Brakes test (A-5 test)

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 68, Introduction to Diesel Technology
Lec-35 Lab-70 field trips

PREREQ.: AUTO 50

Prepares students for careers in diesel engine repair. Theory of operation and hands-on practice repairing diesel engines.
Preparation for the Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) A9 examination.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 108, Automotive Work Experience
P/NP Available

PREREQ: AUTO 50

Paid work experience in the automotive industry under the supervision of a qualified professional. Positions can include dealership technician, independent shop technician and automotive shop office work. Student will attend an initial training and apply to job opportunity with no guarantees of being hired.

CSU
Units: 1
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 115, Service Consultant
Lec-52.5 field trips P/NP Available

PREREQ: AUTO 50 or demonstration of exit skills

Techniques and practices for creating automotive service orders. Training in industry best practices and legal requirements of creating automotive service orders. Training for career as automotive service writer. Preparation for ASE C1 test.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 117, Subaru Technical Training
Lec-35 Lab-22 field trips

PREREQ.: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: AUTO 50

Subaru specific online and hands-on training to prepare students to repair Subaru vehicles.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 180, Reflashing and Factory Scan Tools for Technicians
Lec-35 Lab-70 field trips P/NP Available

PREREQ: AUTO 50

This course prepares students to use factory scan tools to troubleshoot, diagnose, and repair next generation automobiles. In-depth study of factory scan tool use includes module scanning and reflashing.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 200, Auto Body Dent and Damage Repair
Lec-17.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: AUTO 50

Basic introduction to welding, metal bumping, metal finishing, and plastic filling. Students will learn analysis of minor body and fender damage and the sequential procedures involved in proper metal damage repair by integrating their classroom gained knowledge with shop practice.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 201, Bolted Panel Replacement
Lec-17.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: AUTO 50

This course concerns the methods and techniques of fastening and joining metal and plastic parts as they relate to a professional fit and finish on vehicle body and frame structures, including alignment of metal and plastic parts.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 202, Welded panel repair and replacement
Lec-17.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: AUTO 50

This course involves the various methods and techniques of repairing or cutting, fastening, and joining of metals and metal parts as they relate to vehicle body and frame structures, including plasma arc cutting, electric spot, MIG (Metal Inert Gas), gas welding, brazing, and epoxy-joining processes.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 203, Introduction to Auto Painting and Refinishing
Lec-17.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: AUTO 50

This course is designed as an introduction to automotive urethane, polyurethane and water based refinishing. It includes a comprehensive study of the materials, equipment, techniques and processes in the successful application of each of the automotive refinishing materials by integrating classroom gained knowledge with shop practice. This course is required for the Auto body Painting and Refinishing certificate.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 204, Body/Frame Straightening & Repair
Lec-17.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: AUTO 50

This course concerns the study and repair of conventional and unitized vehicle frames, their straightening and alignment, alignment at cross members, rear and side frame members, suspension systems and steering principles. Frame straightening machines, gauges, and tools as well as appropriate safety will be covered.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 205, Auto Body Welding
Lec-17.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: AUTO 50

In this course students will learn how to identify and work with different types of welding equipment used in the installation of welded panels. They will also learn various methods of welding, brazing, soldering and plasma arc cutting of thin auto body material.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 206, Plastic Repair & Refinishing
Lec-17.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: AUTO 50

This course concerns the techniques of repairing, replacing, and refinishing the many types of plastic and fiberglass parts now being used in auto body construction. Many plastics can be heated, reshaped, repaired and refinished using a variety of different methods.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
AUTO 9513, Basic Auto Maintenance

This is a preparation course for beginning and limited English speaking automotive students, combining lecture and hands-on shop work for most major automotive systems. Introduction to theory, maintenance, troubleshooting, repair, language development skills, and maintenance terminology.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit

Formerly TIAU 9513

CNST 69, Construction Safety
Lec-17.5

A study of Occupational Safety and Health Administration requirements for the construction industry, leading to an ability to identify safety hazards and prevent accidents. It covers safety issues as they apply to general construction . Also, the subject matter is tailored to specific occupations/trades and to safety issues in our construction courses. Students who successfully complete the course with a "B" or better have the option to apply to the state for a lifetime OSHA 10 hour Construction Safety Certificate.

CSU
Units: 1
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable

Upon successful completion of this course, "C" or better, students will also have the options to obtain an OSHA 10 card for a small filing fee.

CNST 77, OSHA 30
Lec-35

CAL-OSHA 30-hour training: Industry Standards for regulations covered by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Standards for the Construction Industry.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable

Upon successful completion of this course, "C" or better, students will also have the options to obtain an OSHA 30 card for a small filing fee.

CNST 88, Practical Mathematics for Construction Trades
Lec-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: ESLV 3832 or ESLV 3831

Concepts, techniques and applications of measuring, estimating, and mathematics emphasizing practical problems in construction trades. Use of traditional problem solving methods and interactive group activities.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 100, Introduction to Construction Applications
Lec-35 Lab-70 field trips P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 69 or possession of OSHA 10 Certificate

Overview of trades, design and management occupations connected to building projects. Introduction to use of project documents, plans and specifications. Introduces relevant green technologies in the construction field. Practice in using measuring, hand, and power tools. Hands-on use of tools and materials to complete group projects.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 102, Concrete Applications
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 100 or CNST 69 or Previous OHSA certification

An introduction to the uses, design and installation of concrete elements in construction. Students will apply classroom theory to real outdoor lab building projects. This class enables students to apply what they've learned to other construction courses, as well as to engineering and architecture. Industry safety standards will be strongly emphasized.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 1025, Drywall Hanging and Finishing

ADVISE: CNST 1069

Introductory course in the techniques and applications of hanging, taping and applying smooth and textured finishes.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit
CNST 1028, National Electrical Code Introduction

ADVISE: ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English

This course examines how the National Electrical Code (NEC) is organized and designed for the protection of personnel and equipment. Introduces common requirements for the wiring of residential and commercial spaces; introduces load calculations for sizing wire, conduit, boxes and other apparatus; instructs students in the most efficient ways to navigate the code.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit

This is the first of three classes on the National Electrical Code. The other two explore different sections of the code.

CNST 1029, National Electrical Code 2

ADVISE: CNST 128 or CNST 1028

This course is designed for students to study equipment that is less commonly encountered by residential electricians. The course will also examine requirements related to the photovoltaic industry, including those which use battery storage.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit

Formerly this class was part of CNST 1005. That class has been divided into three parts of which this is the second, intermediate level

CNST 103, Residential Plumbing
Lec-35 Lab-70 field trips P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 100 or CNST 69

An introductory course in the methods and materials necessary to install a residential plumbing system. This course offers hands-on practice in the installation of supply, Drain/Waste/Vent (DWV), and gas systems.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 106, Fundamentals of the Uniform Plumbing Code
Lec-52.5 P/NP Available

PREREQ.: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: CNST 103 or previous or current experience working in the plumbing field. ADVISE: CNST 100

Provides training in the requirements of the California Uniform Plumbing Code (CPC). Topics include general regulations, permit and inspection, residential plumbing systems, storm drainage, fuel piping, mandatory standards, indirect waste, private sewer disposal systems, gray water systems.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 107, Blueprint Reading
Lec-35 Lab-70 field trips P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 100; ET 108A

This course teaches the skills for reading a variety of construction plans, details, schedules and specifications. The course is a beginning course, yet also enhances skills of those who have existing knowledge of construction drawings.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 107A, Practical Blueprint Reading
Lec-9 Lab-26 P/NP Available

This course teaches the basic skills of reading blueprints and specifications.

CSU
Units: 1
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 108, Contractor License Preparation
Lec-52.5 P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 100 and CNST 107; or demonstrated understanding of construction principals or experience in the construction industry, and the ability to interpret plans and specifications

Principles for managing a construction business, California Contractor Licensing Law, worker's compensation, construction bonds, labor code, employee relations, safety, construction contracts, fiscal responsibility, scheduling, construction documents, plans, specifications, and the estimating process.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 109, Residential Wiring
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

COREQ.: CNST 100 ADVISE: CNST 136

Introduction to basics of residential wiring practices which includes identifying required circuits, load calculations for a circuit and for a service, and the principles of grounding and bonding. The hands-on portion of the course includes best practices for the installation of energy efficiency devices and equipment, as well as the wiring and testing of such gear as heat pumps, occupancy sensors, mini splits and instantaneous water heaters.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 111, Carpentry - Rough Framing
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 69 or CNST 100

An introductory course in the methods and materials necessary to build a wood framed building. This course offers hands-on practice in the framing of simple floors, walls, ceilings, roofs, and stairways.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 112, Carpentry-Advanced Framing
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

PREREQ.: CNST 111 ADVISE: CNST 69 and CNST 100

An advanced course in the methods, materials and seismic requirements necessary to build a wood framed building. This course offers hands-on practice in the framing of more complicated floors, walls, ceilings, roofs, stairways and decks.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 113, Finish Carpentry
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 69 or CNST 100 or CNST 1069

A course in the methods, materials, and installation techniques necessary to install doors, paneling, countertops, cabinets, crown moulding, baseboard, chair rail, picture rails and similar trim. This course offers hands-on practice in the fine craftsmanship required for finish work.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 114, Custom Cabinetmaking
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 100; CNST 1069

Introductory course in the basics of custom cabinetmaking and installation from simple "standalone" cabinets to complete wall-to-wall bookcases and kitchens, as well as stand-alone furniture-grade casework. Approaches and techniques of designing, constructing and installing custom casework including: Face-frame, European, and Die-wall construction; drawer making, associated material and hardware use.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 116, Furniture Making & Woodworking
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

ADVISE.: CNST 69

Designed to prepare students for entry-level work or to upgrade their existing skills in woodworking. Course has a hands-on focus that covers safety procedures, furniture design, hand and machine tools, materials identification and applications, fabrication processes, and project planning.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 118A, Advanced Project Furniture Making I
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

PREREQ.: CNST 116

Individualized project-based course designed for advanced-level students in furniture making, incorporating the furtherance of those skills (safety, project planning, design, hand and machine tools, material knowledge) acquired in the basic CNST 116 course.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 118B, Advanced Project Furniture Making II
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

PREREQ.: CNST 118A

Individualized project-based course designed as a continuation to CNST 118A for advanced-level students in furniture making, incorporating the furtherance of those skills (safety, project planning, design, hand and machine tools, materials knowledge) acquired in CNST 116 and CNST 118A.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 121, Introduction to Photovoltaics
Lec-30 Lab-6 P/NP Available

ADVISE: ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English

Introduction to the principles of solar generated electricity and how they are applied on residential rooftops, ground and pole mounts, and larger commercial installations.

CSU
Units: 1.5
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 122, Introduction to Photo Voltaic Installation
Lec-12 Lab-24 P/NP Available

PREREQ: CNST 100 ADVISE: ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English; Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: CNST 121

Hands-on class in the principles of locating, installing and commissioning a photovoltaic system.

CSU
Units: 1
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 125, Drywall Hanging and Finishing
Lec-17.5 Lab-35 P/NP Available

ADVISE: CNST 100 and CNST 69

Introductory course in the techniques and applications of hanging, taping and applying smooth and textured finishes.

CSU
Units: 1.5
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 128, Introduction to the National Electrical Code
Lec-36 P/NP Available

ADVISE: ENGL 88 or ESL 186 or placement in ESL 188 or readiness for college-level English

Designed for first year electricians, this course examines how the National Electrical Code (NEC) is organized and designed to ensure best practices for the protection of personnel and equipment. Introduces common requirements for the wiring of residential and commercial spaces; introduces load calculations for sizing wire, conduit, boxes and other apparatus; instructs students in the most efficient ways to navigate the code.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 129, Intermediate National Electrical Code
Lec-36

PREREQ: CNST 128 or CNST 1028

Designed for second and third year electricians. Open to more experienced electricians. Includes load calculations for motors, compressors; requirements for connecting and grounding transformers; revisits calculating conduit fill. Covers equipment less commonly encountered by residential electricians, such as motors and electric vehicle charging stations. Also, requirements for photovoltaic systems.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable

Formerly the second part of CNST 105.

CNST 130A, Introduction to Residential Energy Efficiency
Lec-24 Lab-12 field trips P/NP Available

First of three courses preparing students for employment as entry level energy efficiency technicians. Topics include energy audits, proper insulation, heat flow, and energy efficiency.

CSU
Units: 1.5
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable

Formerly CNST 130

CNST 130B, Residential Energy Efficient Systems
Lec-24 Lab-12 field trips P/NP Available

PREREQ.: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: CNST 130A

Second of three courses preparing students for employment as entry level energy efficiency technicians. Topics include various types of residential heating and cooling systems, lighting and appliances with an emphasis on new innovations creating energy efficiency.

CSU
Units: 1.5
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable

Formerly CNST 130

CNST 130C, Residential Building Shell Climate Comfort and Health
Lec-24 Lab-12 field trips P/NP Available

PREREQ.: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: CNST 130B

Last of three courses preparing students for employment as entry-level energy efficiency technicians. Topics include building shell thermal characteristics and efficiency ratings, residential air exchange systems, and health and safety issues with sealed buildings.

CSU
Units: 1.5
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable

Formerly CNST 130

CNST 131, Advanced National Electrical Codes
Lec-36 P/NP Available

PREREQ: CNST 129 or demonstration of CNST 129 exit skills

This class of the National Electrical Code (NEC) is intended for those students who are getting ready to take the California electrician's certification or the C10 licensing exam. It will focus on emergency and communication systems including broadband requirements. The course will prepare students for the licensing exam calculations including how to use chapter nine's tables on conduit fill and dimensions of wires. Finally, this course will use practice examples of load calculations for residential and commercial projects.

CSU
Units: 2
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 132, Fundamentals of Refrigeration for Industrial Maintenance
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

Basic principles and operation of industrial refrigeration systems; refrigeration cycle, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) laws and regulations for safe refrigerant handling.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 133, Sales and Marketing Photovoltaics
Lec-24 Lab-12

PREREQ: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in: CNST 121

Best practices for marketing strategies based on California and federal incentives and to represent a photovoltaic system's performance to a client.

CSU
Units: 1.5
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 134, Electrical-Mechanical Fundamentals
Lec-52.5 Lab-52 P/NP Available

Fundamentals of electricity and magnetism as they apply to the training of refrigeration technicians. Hands on work with transformers, solenoids, relays, motor starters, and single and three phase hermetic motors and motor control circuits.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
CNST 136, Electrical Circuits
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

Introduction to basic electrical terms and principles. Includes the design, construction and testing of basic alternating currents (AC) and direct currents (DC) in series, parallel and combination circuits.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
MOTO 61, Custom Metal Fabrication
Lec-35 Lab-70 P/NP Available

ADVISE: AUTO 205

Intermediate course to develop the skills necessary to cut, shape, weld, and fabricate various types of metal products from raw materials. Usage of MIG (Metal Inert Gas), TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas), gas welding, English Wheel, Power Hammer, and various other metal shaping equipment and techniques will be presented.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
MOTO 63, Auto-Moto Custom Painting
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 field trips

ADVISE: AUTO 203

This creative spray painting and custom graphics course introduces students to a process of transforming imagination into a unique vehicle appearance. This course is part of the motorcycle certificate series and a more advanced auto body painting and refinishing course.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
MOTO 90, Introduction to Motorcycle Technology
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

This course provides entry to the motorcycle technician series. Overview of the history and culture of motorcycles, industry vocabulary and language, safety, tools, theory of operation, and the basic use of hand tools in shop-related projects and electronic diagnostic equipment. "Soft" skills of customer relations and "hard" skills of hands-on technical training.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
MOTO 91, Motorcycle General Service
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

PREREQ: MOTO 90

This course covers the principles, theory of operation, design and functions of motorcycle, fuel, lubrication, frame, suspension, brakes and cooling systems including skills necessary for inspection, disassembly, cleaning, measuring and rebuilding the components and perform preventive maintenance, troubleshooting discrepancies, repairing system components and selecting after market parts.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
MOTO 92, Tune-up, Electrical and Performance
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

PREREQ.: MOTO 90

This course builds on the basic maintenance learned in Moto 90, adding motorcycle tune-up, troubleshooting, and performance tuning; electrical principles and components; and generation, regulation, distribution, control, switching and testing of electrical systems. Learn many aspects of scheduled maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair problems associated with electronic ignition, fuel management, and on-board computer systems.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
MOTO 93, Engine & Power Train Repair
Lec-52.5 Lab-52.5 P/NP Available

PREREQ.: MOTO 90

This course trains students in the theory of operation, troubleshooting, major overhaul, and general repairs of motorcycle engines and power trains.

CSU
Units: 4
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
MOTO 500, Bicycle Maintenance
Lec-35 Lab-70 field trips P/NP Available

Course in basics of bicycle and electric bicycle repair and maintenance. Students will learn how to perform maintenance such as repairing flat tires, adjusting derailleurs, chain maintenance, Basic electric system troubleshooting and safety inspection. Rebuilding of wheel, steerer, and bottom brackets bearings will be covered. Frame modifications, wheel-building/truing, and various electric bike services will also be covered. Emphasis on "hands on" implementation and practice.

CSU
Units: 3
Credit type: Credit/Degree Applicable
TICU 9540, Custodial Training

Preparation for entry level employment as a custodian. Training in safety, use of tools, equipment, chemicals, materials and supplies, and the proper application of dusting, sweeping, mopping, use of ladders, scaffolds, various floor machines and specialized equipment.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit
TICU 9551, Custodial Training for Healthcare Workers

ADVISE: TICU 9550; ESLV 3816

Safety practices, procedures, tools, equipment and supplies required by a healthcare custodian (healthcare porter). Hands-on training in the methods and materials as they relate specifically to a healthcare environment and in topics covered on the civil service exam required for employment in San Francisco's medical centers. Preparation for custodial work in any medical office or nursing home.

Units: 0
Credit type: Noncredit