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Do What You Love In High School!

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Pima JTED 2022

CENTRAL CAMPUS PROGRAMS

Earn industry certifications, state licenses, high school credit, and in most cases dual college credit. As a public school district, we work with school districts in Southern Arizona including public, private, charter, and home schools to provide free Career and Technical Education that leads to direct employment. Contact a counselor to select a program that fits your interests, and attend one of our Central Campuses. Ask about JTED satellite programs that may be available at your public high school.

ABOUT PIMA JTED

The Pima JTED Career and Technical Education District offers premier, tuition-free CTE programs to sophomores, juniors and seniors. We serve students from public, private, and charter schools, and students who are home-schooled. Pima JTED also serves students who have not earned a diploma or GED and are under the age of 22. Students may attend Pima JTED classes at one of our Central Campuses, located throughout Pima County, or at one of our satellite locations which are located at all public high schools in Pima County, Santa Cruz Valley, Nogales, and in Mammoth San Manuel.

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GETTING STARTED

Follow these steps to continue with JTED or to start your JTED program for school year 2022–2023:

 

1. Submit Pre-Enrollment Form at pimajted.org available January 18, 2022

- Placement into programs is on a first come first served basis (except LNA and MA).

- Community Health Care Worker, Cosmetology, EMT, Pharmacy Technician, Physical Therapy Technician and Veterinary Science also require an audit tool.

- LNA and MA require an additional application.

 

2. Students who have been admitted to their selected program will receive a District enrollment email beginning the week of March 21st.

- Parents/guardians complete District enrollment forms sent via email 

- Students & parents may be required to complete additional enrollment steps

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CENTRAL CAMPUS PROGRAMS

  • 3D Animation/Virtual Reality & Game Design
  • Air Transportation/FAA Drone Operator
  • Automation/Robotics - Logistics, Optics, and AI
  • Automotive Technology
  • Aviation Technology 
  • Business Start-Up/Entrepreneurship (BMAS)
  • Community Health Care Worker     
  • Comprehensive Health Care Technician
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Computer Information Systems
  • Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Operator          
  • Construction Technologies
  • Cosmetology
  • Culinary Arts, Nutritional Arts, and Restaurant Management
  • Culinary Arts/Pastry
  • Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence        
  • Early Childhood Education 
  • Emergency Medical Technician
  • Energy Technology
  • Engineering - Aerospace and Mining Technology
  • Fire Service
  • Graphic Design
  • Health Care Foundations
  • Heavy Equipment Operations          
  • Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning
  • Law, Public Safety, & Security          
  • Licensed Nursing Assistant
  • Medical Assistant                
  • Medical Records Technician
  • Pharmacy Technician
  • Physical Therapy Technician
  • Precision Manufacturing
  • Project SEARCH
  • Veterinary Science
  • Welding Technologies

 

           

3D Animation/Virtual Reality
& Game Design

Dive into the world of creation in this course that combines 3D modeling, animation, virtual world building, digital gaming and virtual reality (VR). Learn how to use industry standard programs like Blendr and Adobe After Effects to create interactive and visually stimulating presentations and work with industry standard game engines like Unity and Unreal for valuable real-world experience. Prepare for careers in the entertainment industry, gaming and beyond.

Eligibility: Grades 10 - 12

Certification:
- Year 2:
• Adobe After Effects Certified User (Certiport)

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Air Transportation/FAA Drone Operator

Gain the technical knowledge and skills to safely fly and navigate aircraft. Learn the principles of aircraft design and performance, aircraft flight systems and controls, flight crew operations and procedures, radio communications, navigation procedures and systems, airways safety and traffic regulations, and governmental rules and regulations pertaining to piloting aircraft.

Eligibility: Grades 10 - 12

Certifications:
- Year 1:
• FAA TRUST Pilot Licence and Drone practical training
- Year 2:
• FAA Remote Pilot License (Part 107 sUAS Pilot License)
• FAA Private Pilot Ground School License
• Manned Flight Simulation training
- Year 3:
• IFR (Instrument Flight Rating) – FAA Commercial Pilot 
• Ground School License (Manned)
• FAA Advanced Aircraft Systems

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Automation/Robotics – Logistics, Optics, and AI

This program includes instruction in the principles of robotics, design, operational testing, system maintenance, repair procedures, robot computer systems, and control languages. Learn to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers and other professionals engaged in developing and using robots and automation control systems. This includes problem-based instruction in the principles of robotics, design and operational testing, system maintenance and repair procedures, robot computer systems, and control language..

Eligibility: Grades 10 - 12

Certifications:
- Year 1:
• OSHA 10: Manufacturing – CareerSafe
• Fundamentals of Electricity-Amatrol
- Year 2:
• NC3 Measurements

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Automotive Technologies

Learn how to understand, diagnose and repair today’s complex automobiles through direct instruction and the CDX online automotive training system. Do engine performance diagnosis and repair, evaluate and fix brakes, maintain and repair cooling, steering, suspension, electrical, and electronic systems.

Eligibility: Grades 10 - 12, must have a PCC A#, minimum required PCC assessment scores (math, reading, writing)

Certifications:
• NC3/Snap-On 525 Multimeter Certification
• Students who apply for PCC graduation: Automotive Mechanic Certificate

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Aviation Technology

Learn basic skills in aircraft general mechanics, including common safety practices used when working on and around aircraft and related support equipment, how to identify and use applicable maintenance publications and documents, and knowledge and understanding of Federal Aviation Administration regulations. This program is designed to expose students to aircraft maintenance and will give them the opportunity to continue in the Aviation Technology program for Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certification*.

Eligibility: Grades 10 - 12, must have a PCC A#, minimum required PCC assessment scores (math, reading, writing)

Certifications:
• Students will apply for PCC graduation: General Aviation Mechanics
• Airframe and Powerplant*

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Business Start-Up/Entrepreneurship (BMAS)

Plan, organize, direct, and control the functions and processes of a firm or organization. Gain an in-depth understanding of the business and financial management practices needed for large and small enterprises. Learn the skills needed to go from the development of a sound business plan to the launch of a new business, including theory, project management, human resources, purchasing and logistics, marketing, and decision making.

Eligibility: Grades 10 - 12

Certifications:
- Year 1:
• Retail Industry Fundamentals – Rise-Up Retail
- Year 2:
• Business of Retail – Rise-Up Retail

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Community Health Care Worker

Community Health Workers (CHWs) are trusted, knowledgeable frontline health personnel who typically come from the communities they serve. CHWs bridge cultural and linguistic barriers, expand access to coverage and care, and improve health outcomes. As critical links between their communities and the health care system, CHWs reduce health disparities; boost health care quality, cultural competence and affordability; and empower individuals and communities for better health.

Eligibility: Grades 12, accuplacer, audit tool

Certifications:
• Certified Home Health Aid
• Community Health Worker Volunteer
• Mental Health First Aid

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Comprehensive Health Care Technician

Earn certifications that lead to direct employment in the medical field: Phlebotomy (the technical and procedural aspects of drawing blood samples) and EKG, (the knowledge and techniques to use electrocardiographic devices to monitor and record electrical impulses from the heart). Also learn Electronic Health Records (the ethical and legal aspects of managing digital patient records or charts).

 

This course satisfies the prerequisite of Health Care Foundations when taken during the junior year for those who wish to take Licensed Nursing Assistant, Medical Assistant, or Pharmacy Technician.

Eligibility: Grades 11, 12, complete accuplacer reading/math assessment, be able to obtain fingerprint clearance card, pass industry required drug testing, and background checks, and provide a Social Security number for clinicals, externships, certifications and licenses

Certifications:
• Certified Phlebotomy Technician
• Electrocardiogram (EKG) Technician

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Computer Aided Design (CAD) (Architectural Drafting)

Apply technical knowledge and skills to develop working drawings and electronic simulations for architectural and related construction projects. This program includes instruction in basic construction and structural design, architectural rendering, architectural-aided drafting (CAD), layout and designs, architectural blueprint interpretation, building materials, and basic structural wiring diagramming. Learn basic drafting and design fundamentals using AutoCAD and SketchUp computer-aided drafting (CAD) tools.

Eligibility: Grades 11 – 12, must have a PCC A#, minimum required PCC assessment scores (math, reading, writing)

Certifications:
• Students who apply for PCC graduation: CAD Technician

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Computer Information Systems

Prepare for careers in the rapidly expanding field of IT Support.  Build a foundation for entry-level administration and cybersecurity positions.  Learn the foundational skills and technologies necessary to administer and secure both Windows and Linux environments.

Eligibility: Grades 11 – 12, must have a PCC A#, minimum required PCC assessment scores (math, reading, writing)

Certifications:
• Amazon Web Services
• Google IT Certificate
• CompTIA A+
• CompTIA Net+
• CompTIA Sec+

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Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Operator (Precision Manufacturing)

Learn fundamental skills in machine shop operations, including CNC operation, positioning and coordinate systems, and finished part inspection. This certificate program incorporates theory and hands-on learning techniques to prepare students for entry-level positions in factories and machine shops.

Eligibility: Grades 11 – 12, must have a PCC A#, minimum required PCC assessment scores (math, reading, writing)

Certifications:
• NIMS Measurement and Safety And NIMS Layout

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Construction Technologies

Learn all aspects of construction including design, estimating, carpentry, masonry, plumbing, electrical, and welding. Students also visit industry workplaces, demonstrate their skills in competitions, and have industry professionals visit the classroom.

Eligibility: Grades 10 - 12

Certifications:
• OSHA 10 Construction, CareerSafe
• NCCER Core
• Heartsaver CPR & First Aid Training

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Cosmetology

Take the journey into this two year program and prepare for licensure in all aspects of haircare, skincare, and nail care. This program includes industry expectations, including infection control, professional development, and salon management. There is a mandatory online requirement that aligns with the classroom curriculum and is required to take place outside of normal classroom time.

Eligibility: Grade 11, two years of high school remaining, minimum of 10 HS credits (two must be English/Language Arts), complete audit tool prior to enrollment

Certifications:
• Arizona State Board of Cosmetology License
• Barbicide Certification
• OSHA 10 Cosmetology, CareerSafe

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Culinary Arts, Nutritional Arts, and Restaurant Management

Master knife skills, cooking methods, baking techniques, food purchasing and storage, and front of the house operations using modern industrial equipment. Work alongside industry professionals in one of our commercial kitchens. Learn hospitality and restaurant management and gain on-the-job experience through student-run catering events.

Eligibility: Grades 10 - 12

Certifications:
• ServSafe Manager
• ServSafe Foodhandler

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Culinary Arts/Pastry

After successful completion of the one year Foundations of Culinary Arts course students will be eligible to enroll in the Pastry program where they will gain hands-on experience creating a variety of baked goods and desserts. Learn about baking and pastry fundamentals, basic decorating skills, working with sugar, candies, pastries, breads, cookies, and tiered cakes. (JTED @ Mountain View Only)

Eligibility: Grades 11 – 12, Prerequisite complete Beginning Culinary Arts

Certifications:
• ServSafe Manager

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Cybersecurity and Artificial Intelligence

Assess the security needs of computer and network systems, recommend safeguard solutions, and manage the implementation and maintenance of security devices, systems, and procedures to protect the property and operation of private businesses and government agencies.

Eligibility: Grade 10 - 12

Certifications:
- Year 1:
• Lynx 1+, Pytho
- Year 2:
• CompTIA Sec+
• Amazon Web Services (AWS) - Cloud Practitioner
• TestOut-Security Pro Certification
- Year 3:
• Certified Ethical Hacker

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Early Childhood Education

Explore developmental growth in children from birth through age eight, plan and execute developmentally appropriate activities in our fully-licensed Little Lions Preschool.

Eligibility: Grades 10 – 12, proof of Mantoux TB skin tests results and Tetanus with Pertussis vaccination must be provided by program start

Certifications:
- Year 1:
• CPR & First Aide
- Year 2:
• ServeSafe Food Handler
• CPR & First Aide

- Year 3:
• Arizona Department of Education Intro to Infant/Toddler Guidelines
• Arizona Department of Education Intro to Arizona Early Learning Standards
• CPR & First Aide

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Emergency Medical Technician

Sharpen your critical thinking skills while you learn about patient assessment, basic triage and scene safety. Beyond this, prepare to pass the exam for the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians. (Anatomy/Physiology is strongly recommended prior to enrolling in this program).

Eligibility: Grade 12, 9th grade reading level, B or better in one of the following prerequisite programs:  Fire Service, Health Care Foundations, Anatomy/Physiology, Sports Medicine, EMS, or Home Health Care. Pre-participation physical required (taken after March 1, 2022), and audit tool.

Certifications:
• Basic Life Support Provider
• National Registry Emergency Medical Technician
• AZDHS BEMS Emergency Medical Care Technician

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Energy Technology

Prepare to learn about installation, repair, and maintenance of electrical infrastructure systems, or the basics of the gas-line industry, industry pipe fitting and gas-line infrastructure systems in our Energy Technology program. Work towards earning your certification for direct employment and become eligible for TEP’s pre-apprenticeship program.

Eligibility: Grades 11 – 12, must have a PCC A#, minimum required PCC assessment scores (math, reading, writing)

Certifications:
• OSHA 10
• NCCER Core 1
• NCCER Core 2
• Students who apply for PCC graduation: Energy Technology (Basic)

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Engineering – Aerospace and Mining Technology

Prepare to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills in support of engineers engaged in a wide variety of projects. Instruction will be problem-based with a special focus on aerospace technology, mining technology, alternative energy, and power systems including solar. Additional topics include computer-aided design, electronics, hydraulics, mechanical drawing, robotics, and precision measurement.

Eligibility: Grade 10 - 12

Certifications:
- Year 1:
• OSHA 10 – Manufacturing (Career Safe),
• NC3 Multimeter, & NC3 Precision Measuring
- Year 2:
• Certified Solidworks Associate (CSWA)
- Year 3:
• Introduction to Mechatronics – National Correlation of Certification Centers (NC3)

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Fire Service

This program focuses on the principles, theory, and practices of firefighting operations and community fire issues as they pertain to public fire organizations. Hands-on, in-depth academic and practical instruction centering on leadership, fire protection history, legal and regulatory responsibilities in emergency services, fire response strategies and mitigation, emergency medical services, incident command, and physical training/health and wellness.

Eligibility: Grades 11 – 12, pre-participation physical required (taken after March 1, 2022)

Certifications:
• Basic Life Support CPR & First Aid
• Hazmat
• Wildlands Firefighter

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Graphic Design

Gain hands-on experience working as a commercial artist using industry standard Adobe software on Apple computers. Design logos, posters, brochures, and more for real clients in our student-run business, Nex Design. Master screen printing and embroidery. You will meet a wide variety of industry professionals when you attend professional conferences, networking events, and visit local company sites.

Eligibility: Grade 10 - 12

Certifications:
• Adobe Certified Associate (Illustrator or Indesign or Photoshop)

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Health Care Foundations

Gain the knowledge to start your path in medicine, practice clinical skills, and explore a wide range of health care careers. Broaden your opportunities for personal and professional growth with strong leadership and workplace readiness skills. This course is a prerequisite for all the senior Health Care Pathway programs.

 

This course is a prerequisite for Licensed Nursing Assistant, Medical Assistant, and Pharmacy Technician

Eligibility: Grades 11

Certifications:
• Basic Life Support CPR

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Heavy Equipment Operations

Operate different types of heavy equipment including Skid Steer, Backhoe, Forklift, Loader, Bulldozer, and more. Students also visit industry workplaces, demonstrate their learned skills in competitions, and have industry professionals visit the classroom.

Eligibility: Grades 11 – 12

Certifications:
• Flagger
• Forklift (Industrial & Rough Terrain)
• NCCER Core
• First Aid + Bleeding Control
• OSHA 10

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Heating, Ventilation, and
Air Conditioning

Learn to repair, install, service and maintain the operating condition of heating, air conditioning, and refrigeration systems. Industry professionals deliver hands-on instruction including diagnostic techniques, the use of testing equipment and the principles of mechanics, electricity, and electronics as they relate to the repair of heating, air conditioning and refrigeration systems.

Eligibility: Grade 11 - 12

Certifications:
• OSHA 10
• Trane Tech One

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Law, Public Safety & Security

Earn your Protection Officer certification. Learn about criminal justice, public safety, legal systems, search and seizure, law enforcement procedures, and forensics from experienced law enforcement instructors.

Eligibility: Grades 10 – 12 pre-participation physical required (Taken after March 1, 2022)

Certifications:
• Protection Officer
• CPR & First Aid
• Management of Aggressive Behavior (M.O.A.B.)
• AZ Security Guard
• Mental Health First Aid

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Licensed Nursing Assistant

Become a Licensed Nursing Assistant and assist patients with health care needs and care for people who are ill or recovering from surgery or disease. As part of a health care team, duties may include assisted daily living skills, bedside care, preparing patients for procedures, and performing tasks within the scope of practice.

Eligibility: Grade 12,  B or better in one of the following prerequisite programs: Health Care Foundations, Comprehensive Health Care Technician, Anatomy/Physiology, Sports Medicine, EMS, or Home Health Care, 18 years old by course completion, complete Accuplacer Math & Reading Assessments, fingerprint clearance, pass industry required drug testing & background checks, Social Security number for clinicals and licensure, current BLS CPR Certification, Flu & COVID vaccines for clinicals, and Senior Health Care Pathway Application.

Certifications:
• Licensed Nursing Assistant
• Caregiver
• First Aid
• ServSafe Food Handler

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Medical Assistant

Work with patients in an urgent care clinic, physician’s office and hospital. Collect blood & specimen samples, patient vitals and medical history, set up surgical trays, perform screening for diseases. Learn to greet patients, electronic medical records management, and collecting payments. Employ human relations skills appropriate to the health care setting. Display behaviors of a professional medical administrative specialist.  Participate in patient education.

Eligibility: Grade 12, B or better in one of the following prerequisite programs:  Health Care Foundations, Comprehensive Health Care Technician, Anatomy/Physiology, Sports Medicine, EMS, or Home Health Care & Algebra II, 18 years old by course completion, complete Accuplacer Math & Reading Assessments, fingerprint clearance, pass industry required drug testing & background checks, Social Security number for clinicals and licensure, current BLS CPR Certification, Flu & COVID vaccines for clinicals, and Senior Health Care Pathway Application.

Certifications:
• Certified Clinical Medical Assistant
• Certified Phlebotomy Technician

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Medical Records Technician

Gain the skills necessary to work with medical records in a variety of rapidly growing non-clinical health care settings. Health Information Technology is a combination of business, science, and information technology that will qualify you to work within the electronic medical record, as well as acquire, analyze, and protect digital and traditional medical information which is vital to providing quality patient care.  Earn Pima Community College dual credit, which you can apply toward an Associate’s Degree in Health Information Technology.

Eligibility:  Grades 12, complete Health Care Foundations, must have a PCC A#, and minimum required PCC assessment scores (math, reading, writing)

Certifications:
• After successful completion of the HIT classes students are eligible to sit for the Certified Electronic Health Records Specialist (CEHRS) certification

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Pharmacy Technician

Prepare and provide medications and related assistance to patients, and work on a team to manage pharmacy clinical and business operations. Learn medical and pharmaceutical terminology, principles of pharmacology and pharmaceutics, drug identification, lab procedures, prescription interpretations, labeling, patient communication and education, safety, recordkeeping, measurement and testing techniques, providing patient injections, and dispensing operations.

Eligibility: Grade 12, B or better in one of the following prerequisite programs:  Health Care Foundations, Comprehensive Health Care Technician, Anatomy/Physiology, Sports Medicine, EMS, or Home Health Care & Algebra II, 18 years old by course completion, complete Accuplacer Math & Reading Assessments, fingerprint clearance, pass industry required drug testing & background checks, Social Security number for clinicals and licensure, current BLS CPR Certification, and Flu & COVID vaccines for clinicals.

Certification:
• Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPhT)

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Physical Therapy Technician

Learn about orthopedic injury treatment and physical therapy techniques to assist with patient rehabilitation. Understand the basic anatomy of the muscular, skeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, skin, and nervous system and how they relate to exercise. Prepare for employment demands needed in the back and front office of a physical therapy facility.

Eligibility: Grade 12, Audit Tool, complete accuplacer math and reading assessments, fingerprint clearance, pass industry required drug testing and background checks, Social Security number for clinicals and licensure, and current BLS CPR Certification.

Certification:
• Physical Therapy Aide

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Project SEARCH

This program provides real-life work experience to help youth who have significant developmental disabilities make successful transitions from school to independent work. Project SEARCH features total immersion in a workplace setting. Students receive instruction to reinforce employment skills, career exploration opportunities, hands-on learning, while cultivating relationships with supervisors and co-workers required for meaningful, competitive employment throughout their life.

Eligibility: Contact Xochitl Sierra xsierra@pimajted.org or Nikki Deli ndeli@pimajted.org

Certifications:
• A*S*K* Fundamental Business Concepts
• eFoodHandlers

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Veterinary Science

Explore the field of Veterinary Science and learn to provide patient management, care, and clinical procedures assistance to companion animals as part of our Class Pet veterinary clinic team. Expand your knowledge of species and animal welfare through off site clinicals and field trips.

Eligibility: Grades 11, complete audit tool prior to enrollment

Certifications:
• Approved Veterinary Assistant
• Pet Tech CPR
• First Aid Training
• OSHA 10 for Health Care

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Welding Technologies

Learn the shielded metal arc welding skills and processes used in construction or other field welding applications.

Eligibility: Grades 11 – 12, must have a PCC A#, minimum required PCC assessment scores (math, reading, writing)

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2855 W. Master Pieces Drive
Tucson, AZ 54741

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Do What You Love In High School!

(520) 352-5833

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