Career Training Education Courses

 
FALL CLASSES START AUGUST 18!
Fall Semester: August 20 - December 19 
 

NEW STUDENTS, FOLLOW THE THREE STEPS BELOW.

How to fill out an online form

Step 1:

Online Enrollment

New students must fill out an online enrollment form.
Watch the above video on how to fill out your online application.
Once you have the confirmation number, come back and fill out the form on Step 2.

When you are ready, click on the button below to apply.

Step 2:

Interview and Registration

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An EVANS counselor will contact you.
 
We look forward to speaking with you.

Step 3:

Activate School Email (SSO)

You will be sent the information you need to activate your SSO (School Email).
Watch the above video on how to activate your school email (SSO) account.

RETURNING STUDENTS, FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW.

Students, in-person registration is closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We now have a new registration process.

 

  1. Fill out the form

  2. Wait for one of our advisors to contact you.

Fall courses

Accounting

This three-course sequence is designed to prepare students to work as an Accountant.

  1. This first course provides instruction in double-entry accounting systems. Emphasis is placed on basic accounting principles, journals, general ledgers, worksheets, financial statements, spreadsheet accounting, inventories and investments, short-term liabilities, and basic banking principles and procedures related to accounting.
     

  2. In this second course, emphasis is placed on the forms of business organizations, fixed assets, long term liabilities, financial statement analysis, payroll, discounts, returns and allowances, payroll, discounts, returns and allowances, job costing accounting, plant assets and depreciation, notes and interest, accrued items, the end-of-fiscal period.
    The competencies in these courses are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.

     

  3. The accounting clerk course introduces the principles and processes in manual accounting prior to computerized systems and cycle. It includes automated accounting (calculators and computers used for recording and reporting), critical thinking/ problem solving, employability skills, assessment of skills, and ethical decision-making skills which prepare individuals for employment in accounting and related occupations.

 

Monday - Thursday  6:00 pm to 8:45 pm

Saturday  8:00 am to 12:15 pm

Building and Grounds Worker (Fundamentals)

This course prepares trainees for entry-level employment as school custodians, upgrade skills, and prepares employees for promotion. The competencies in this course are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.

 

Monday - Thursday  6:00 pm to 8:45 pm

Computer Operation Clerk Training

  1. Typist Keyboarding 1 (60 Hours): The course emphasizes the development of accuracy and speed, proper operation of a microcomputer, computer applications in an office, and basic exploration of employability skills.
     

  2. CO1/Foundations (90 Hours): Emphasis is placed on the computer and its parts, computer operating systems, word processing, file management, internet applications, e-mail, computer ethics and security and virus and spyware protection.
     

  3. CO2/Applications (90 Hours): Emphasis is placed on the techniques for word processing and electronic spreadsheets.
     

  4. CO4/Presentations (90 Hours): Emphasis is placed on the different types of presentation graphics software, understanding the parts of the PowerPoint screen, navigating an existing presentation, creating a new presentation using the basic principles of design and tips to maximize the effect and utility of the presentation.

Monday - Friday  8:00 am to 12:15 pm*

Monday - Thursday  6:00 pm to 8:45 pm

Saturday  8:00 am to 12:15 pm*

*Class not available at the moment. If you are interested in this schedule, please click here to be added to the Interest List.

Health Information Technician

This series of courses provides technical skills that can lead to business and office career employment, upgrading skills and advanced computer technology certification.

Health Info Tech 1/Terminology

Health Info Tech 2/Electronic Filing/Rec. Keeping

Health Info Tech 3/Insurance & Billing

Health Info Tech 4/Diagnostic Coding

Health Info Tech 5/Ambulatory Coding

 

Monday - Thursday  6:00 pm to 8:45 pm

Maintenance Supervisor

A sequence of three courses designed for Maintenance Supervisor

  1. Heating and Ventilation (60 Hours): This competency-based course prepares trainees to operate various heating, ventilation, and air conditioning equipment. Instruction includes principles and techniques of various low pressure boiler operations, fuel systems, unit heating systems, ventilation systems, and air conditioning systems.
     

  2. Scheduling Practices (60 Hours): This competency-based course prepares trainees for entry-level supervision positions as school custodian supervisors. Instruction includes practical training in the management of custodial personnel; in-depth study of time and motion studies; scheduling workloads equitably; scheduling of routine cleaning; scheduling of non-routine cleaning.
     

  3. Supervisory Practices (60 Hours): This competency-based course provides training in principles of supervision, inspection of buildings and grounds, record keeping, and management of personnel.

 

The competencies in these courses are aligned with the California High School Academic Content Standards and the California Career Technical Education Model Curriculum Standards.

Saturday  7:30 am to 1:00 pm

Medical Assistant

This course contains information and training to prepare students to function as medical assistants through training in ethics, medical terminology, and the preparation of medical forms. In addition, students will gain expertise in the day-to-day functions of the following specialties: ambulatory care, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatrics, out-patient surgery, urology, orthopedics, internal medicine, cardiology, and laboratory.

Monday - Friday  8:00 am to 3:00 pm

Nursing Assistant: Long-Term Care (Interest List)

This course offers an overview of anatomy, physiology, nutrition, medical terminology and an introduction to diseases and disorders. Emphasis is given to safety principles, infection control and the philosophy of nursing. This course also integrates methods for meeting the social and psychological needs of the patient. Nursing skills and clinical procedures are practiced in the classroom skills laboratory before being demonstrated in community health facilities. Upon completion of the required 60 hours of theory and 110 hours of clinical practice, the student will be qualified to take the state certification test. Successful completion of this examination will enable the student to be employed in a health care facility.

 

Schedule to be determined*

*This class may be offered in the future, based the interest level. Please add your name to the Interest List if this is a class you would like to participate in.

Physical Therapy Aide (COMING SOON!)

The course prepares students to provide basic physical therapy treatment in health care facilities. It presents an overview of selected anatomy and physiology systems as well as the disorders and drugs for those bodily systems. Instruction and practice are provided in the assessment of vital signs, body mechanics, treatment methods, therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises, and mobility training. Skills laboratory and clinical observations are also included in the training.

 

Saturday  7:30am - 1:00 pm*

*Class not available at the moment. If you are interested in this schedule, please click here to be added to the Interest List.

Security Officer Trainee

This course is designed to prepare students for entry-level employment as security officers. Technical instruction includes: orientation, safety policies and procedures, and employability skills. Emphasis is placed on: powers of arrest, weapons of mass destruction (WMD) and terrorism, public relations, observation and documentation, communication protocols, liability/legal aspects, transportation security officer, evacuation procedures, officer safety, arrest, search, and seizure, access control, trespass, first aid and CPR, handling difficult people, workplace violence, chemical agents, preserving the incident scene, crowd control, courtroom demeanor, parking/traffic control, and fire safety.

Monday - Thursday  6:00 pm to 8:45 pm