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Bayne, David (530) 661-4563 Teacher
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The Yolo Regional Occupational Program (YROP) is designed "to provide quality career programs which contribute to students' educational achievement and the economic development of Yolo County and of California through career guidance, employment training, job development and other educational support services for high school students and adults."

ROP programs are developed to augment, not to compete with, courses in participating high school districts, adult education program and community colleges. More than 33 different career preparation courses are offered within eight career areas:

 

Students participate in a classroom environment and also participate in an internship experience in which students are able to “try” or apply their new skills. ROP teachers work with business and industry partners to ensure an “up-to-date” course curriculum. The length of the ROP course varies, but generally, is the same as a typical high school course of 9 months. In some cases, a student may be eligible to earn college credit as well as high school credits

 

Auto Technology ROP See Counseling Department for Course Description (5 credits)

Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to WHS This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods This is a year-long course offering the students' basic and advanced training in the automotive mechanics. The class is intended in auto mechanics as a career. The course is taught with an emphasis on ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certification and the student preparing to someday take the ASE exams. This will prepare students to enter the automotive industry. The focus will be steering, suspension and brakes. This class is primarily hands-on and students do not need to have his/her own car. This course will require material fees and work clothes. This course is articulated with Sierra and Yuba College Automotive Dept.

Careers in Education and Child Development ROP- See Home Economics

 

Careers Technology Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) See Counseling Department for Course Description
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods

 

Computer Applications ROP See Counseling Department for Course Description
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to WHS This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods

 

Construction Technology
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to WHS. This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods An advanced course offering training in carpentry and cabinet making. Lecture, lab work, and elective projects are included in the class. The major goal of this course is to provide students with entry-level skills in the woodworking field. One year of this course meets graduation requirements of 5 credits of either Math or Fine Arts. Material fees are required. This course is articulated with Yuba College.

 

Crop Production (10 credits)
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to WHS. This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods. This course provides students with a working knowledge of fundamental structures and processes of plants and crops. Principles to be applied cover plant structures, physiology, heredity, environmental relationship to growth adaptations and management of crops. Techniques of research, exploration of growth and identification of economical crops will be included.

 

Environmental Science ROP AP See Counseling Department for Course Description (10 credits)
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to WHS. This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods

 

Fire Science Technology
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to Pioneer Road Fire Station. Course is held Monday evenings and Saturdays from September through March. Program offers each student the opportunity to explore the career possibilities in fire and emergency services through the City of Woodland Fire Department. The basic curriculum teaches specific skills and abilities leading to a State Fire Marshal's certification of Volunteer Firefighters.

 

Floral Design Management ROP
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to WHS This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods A course in floral design teaches the history, theory, techniques, and skills currently practiced in floral design. This course contains numerous lab sections on constructing corsage, wreaths, and arrangements used both around home and commercially. Students will be encouraged to display work at local florists or for local community functions.

 

Health Careers ROP -
See Home Economics Careers Technology Manicuring Program Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods Course consists of 400 clock hours of technical and practical instruction. Technical instruction by demonstration, lecture, classroom participation or examination and students demonstrate a complete service on another person or a mannequin. Prepares students to pass the State Board Exams.

 

Veterinary Science ROP
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to WHS This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods This course provides a study of common diseases of both small and large animals, the causes and means of prevention. Course work will include the anatomy and physiology of domestic animals, nutrition, and parasites and diseases. Guest lectures, veterinarians, vector control officials and animal health technicians will also be provided to add knowledge of current practices that are implemented in the animal health fields. Students will gain practical experience in veterinary medicine by conducting hands-on activities with livestock. This course satisfies the Life Science graduation requirement. It also satisfies the UC "g" requirement.

 

Warehouse/Forklift Occupations See Counseling Department for Course Description
Prerequisite: Students must be 18 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation

 

Welding Technology 2 R.O.P.
Prerequisite: Juniors and Seniors or 16 years of age, Instructor Approval, Self-Provided Transportation to WHS This is a two period class (5th and 6th) Students must enroll in both periods This is an advanced course providing instruction on the techniques of Oxy-Acet. cutting, plasma cutting, electric eye flame cutting, arc welding, GMAW welding, the development of shop drawings and their use, the use of math in layout work and metal fabrication. One year of this course meets graduation requirements for 5 credits of Math. This course may require material fees.