Noncredit Classes

Summer 2020

NCAD 101: Stay Fit

Everyday movement as we age enables us to stay fit. This course is designed to enhance overall conditioning by incorporating a variety of functional exercises that increase the ability to successfully navigate daily activities.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
517565/29/208/21/20 MFTeerlinkSAR1WV
517585/29/208/21/2012:10 PM – 1:45 PMFSmithLGSC

NCAD 102: Balance Awareness

This balance course addresses the importance of maintaining a high level of balance and mobility especially as we age. A good foundation of balance is essential to performing basic activities of daily living and being able to enjoy an active and healthy lifestyle.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
517595/29/208/21/201:45 PM – 3:20 PMFSmithLGSC

NCAD 110A: Basic Life Skills

This course provides instruction in basic cross-cultural skills for immigrants and their families. Lessons include vocabulary and concepts related to home, family and daily survival skills. Students improve their cultural adaptation to the new cultural environment.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
510045/26/206/16/209:30 AM – 2:30 PMMTThEastmanOLGC
510057/14/208/4/209:30 AM – 2:30 PMMTThEastmanOLGC
510068/6/208/27/209:30 AM – 2:30 PMMTThEastmanOLGC
515946/9/206/29/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
515956/30/207/20/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
517937/21/208/10/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
517948/11/208/27/209:00 AM – 1:05 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68

NCAD 110B: Intermediate Life Skills

This course provides instruction in low intermediate cross-cultural skills for immigrants and their families. Lessons include vocabulary, concepts and authentic task-based activities related to daily survival skills, and civic operations such as the post office, hospital and bank. Students further improve their cultural adaptation to the new cultural environment.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
510095/27/208/19/2011:00 AM – 12:30 PMWJaimePARS
510095/27/208/24/209:30 AM – 10:30 AMMWJaimePARS
510155/26/208/25/209:30 AM – 11:00 AMTThJaimePARS
510165/26/208/18/2012:30 PM – 2:30 PMTThJaimePARS
517956/9/206/29/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
517996/30/207/20/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
518007/21/208/10/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
518018/11/208/27/209:00 AM – 1:05 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68

NCAD 114: Citizenship

This is an intermediate level class designed to help resident aliens prepare for their citizenship exam. Students practice how to write simple sentences, review and learn to answer questions published by the USCIS, fill out the N400 Application form, and learn US history, civics and the U.S. Constitution

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
517365/27/207/20/202:00 PM – 5:00 PMMWYu CostaPARS
517925/26/207/16/202:00 PM – 5:00 PMTThYu CostaIELC

NCBK 1: Payroll Accounting and Bookkeeping

This course covers the foundation required for success in calculating payroll, completing payroll taxes, and preparing payroll records and reports, focusing on practical applications as well as theory. Students have the opportunity to gain firsthand experience to practice concepts with useful, hands-on exercises using relevant, detailed examples and real-life business applications.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
51877    

NCCR 2: Stenographic Skillbuilding Level 2: 80-140 WPM

Students have the opportunity to learn and apply speed-building techniques through highly-structured instructor-facilitated stenographic machine writing practice tailored to individual skill level. Effective application of deliberate practice components including motivation, pre-existing knowledge, immediate informative feedback, and repetition for skill reinforcement and improvement development is examined. Skills acquired will facilitate efficiency in administrative assistant/secretarial, data entry, and related fields.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
514396/1/206/18/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMMTWStaffV 9
514396/1/206/18/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMThVandornV 9
514406/22/207/9/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMThVandornV 9
514406/22/207/9/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMMTWStaffV 9
515887/13/207/30/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMMTWStaffV 9
515887/13/207/30/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMThVandornV 9
515896/1/206/30/205:30 PM – 8:30 PMWThVandornV 11
515896/1/206/30/205:30 PM – 8:30 PMMTLeungV 11
517857/1/207/30/205:30 PM – 8:30 PMWThVandornV 11
517857/1/207/30/205:30 PM – 8:30 PMMTLeungV 11

NCCR 3: Financial Principles of Accounting and Bookkeeping

Students have the opportunity to learn and apply speed-building techniques through highly-structured instructor-facilitated stenographic machine writing practice tailored to individual skill level within the 160-220 word per minute range. Identification and resolution of writing limitations, including the creation and application of specific tasks to correct deficiencies, will be examined and applied. Overcoming speed plateaus using “deep practice,” “block practice,” and “random practice” techniques will be discussed and applied. Skills acquired will facilitate efficiency in administrative assistant/secretarial, data entry, and related fields.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
514416/1/206/18/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMMTThLeungV 11
514416/1/206/18/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMWVandornV 11
514426/22/207/9/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMMTThLeungV 11
514426/22/207/9/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PMWVandornV 11
517847/13/207/30/2011:00 AM – 3:15 PM5MTThLeungV 11
517847/13/207/30/20111:00 AM – 3:15 PMWVandornV 11

NCPE 1.30: Adapted Fitness

This adapted fitness course is designed for students with disabilities. Individualized exercise programs are created that focus on overall cardiovascular endurance, strength and flexibility training. The programs address the limitations of the individual’s disability. Emphasis is on encouraging independence through the teaching of lifelong fitness skills.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
514735/26/208/27/207:45 AM – 9:50 AMTTh PE 12
514735/26/208/27/207:45 AM – 9:50 AMMWLigockiPE 12
514735/26/208/27/207:45 AM – 9:50 AMMWBarrilleauxPE 12

NCPE 1.31: Adapted Aerobic Exercise

This adapted fitness course is designed for students with disabilities. The course provides an opportunity for students to increase their overall cardio-vascular endurance. Individualized programs address the limitations of the student’s disability. Emphasis is on encouraging independence through the teaching of lifelong cardiovascular endurance.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
514745/26/208/27/2010:00 AM – 12:05 PMTTh PE 12
514745/26/208/27/2010:00 AM – 12:05 PMMWBarrilleauxPE 12
514745/26/208/27/2010:00 AM – 12:05 PMMWLigockiPE 12

NCPE 1.36: Adapted Water Movement

This non-credit adapted water movement course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities. This course focuses on the effects of water resistance and buoyancy on movement patterns in water. Individualized swimming programs and water safety are included. Emphasis is on encouraging independence through the teaching of lifelong fitness skills.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
514755/26/208/27/2012:30 PM – 2:35 PMTTh PE POOL
514755/26/208/27/2012:30 PM – 2:35 PMMWBarrilleauxPE POOL
514755/26/208/27/2012:30 PM – 2:35 PMMWLigockiPE POOL

Fall 2020

NCBK 1: Payroll Accounting and Bookkeeping

This course covers the foundation required for success in calculating payroll, completing payroll taxes, and preparing payroll records and reports, focusing on practical applications as well as theory. Students have the opportunity to gain firsthand experience to practice concepts with useful, hands-on exercises using relevant, detailed examples and real-life business applications.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
7644110/20/2011/19/206:00 PM – 8:15 PMTThChand
7644112/1/2012/10/206:00 PM – 8:15 PMTThChand

NCBK 3: Financial Principles of Accounting and Bookkeeping

This course teaches and explores accounting cycles, cash systems, and creating and understanding financial reports. Students have an opportunity to learn to create a trial balance and post-closing trial balance, prepare an income statement and balance sheet as well as adjusting entries and bank statement reconciliation used in bookkeeping.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
762799/1/2010/15/206:00 PM – 8:15 PMTThChand

NCBU 15: The Entrepreneur Mind

This course focuses on small business development skills for early-stage entrepreneurs. Topics covered include: finding gaps between ideas and solutions, achieving goals by focusing on what remains to be done and increasing motivation by accelerating accomplishments while avoiding distractions, adapting to constantly changing environments to stay one step ahead of competition, turning setbacks into strengths and learning from failure, building diverse teams and networking minds to solve complicated problems, and fostering collaboration through exchanges of generosity in an ever transparent world. This course is intended for those seeking to develop entrepreneurial insights that increase probability of launching successful small businesses.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
763748/31/209/28/209:00 AM – 10:15 AMMWNguyenlyCACE

NCBU 54: Small Business Start-up

Students have the opportunity to learn strategies and tactics necessary for starting and maintaining a small business. This course focuses on small businesses students might actually start versus high-growth firms dependent on venture capital. This course is a continuation of NCBU15, The Entrepreneur Mind.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
763759/30/2010/26/209:00 AM – 10:15 AMMWNguyenlyCACE

NCBU 56: Marketing Basics

This course provides students with the opportunity to acquire practical experience and understand the process of actually doing marketing. Students explore current trends and how to deliver value to both customers and the company.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
7637610/28/2011/25/209:00 AM – 10:15 AMMWNguyenlyCACE

NCCC 1: Stenographic Machine Theory 1

Students have the opportunity to study and apply beginning-level computer-compatible stenographic theory necessary to write and read back basic English vocabulary at 30 words per minute with 90 percent accuracy.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768088/31/2011/19/208:30 AM – 11:30 AMMTWThOrtizV 10

NCCC 2: Stenographic Machine Theory 2

Advisory: NCCC 001. Students have the opportunity to study and apply intermediate-level computer-compatible stenographic theory necessary to write and read back English vocabulary at 40 words per minute with 95% accuracy. Prefixes, suffixes, advanced numbering options, and compressed word beginnings and endings are introduced.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768098/31/2011/19/208:30 AM – 11:30 AMMTWThOrtizV 10

NCCC 3: Stenographic Machine Theory 3

Advisory: NCCC 002. Students have the opportunity to complete final stenographic machine theory lessons and refine machine shorthand skills at 60 words per minute with 97 percent accuracy.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768108/31/2011/19/208:30 AM – 11:30 AMMTWThOrtizV 10

NCCC 4: CAT Software Basics

In this course, students have the opportunity to learn and apply basic software commands to write, edit, create, save, and print files using computer-aided stenography transcription software through instructor-facilitated, hands-on practice and application.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768188/29/209/19/208:30 AM – 2:30 PMSSaylerV 11

NCCC 8: 80-100 WPM Speed Goal

Advisory: NCCC 003. In this course, students have the opportunity to study and apply theory concepts to recognize and create stenographic outlines for standard legal testimony terms and phrases necessary to attain a writing speed of 80 – 100 words per minute. Jury charge and literary material are also covered. Familiarization with transcript formatting requirements, effective practice techniques, professional communications etiquette, and professional association support venues is emphasized through a variety of assignments and class discussion.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768118/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMTThLawsonV 9
768118/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMMLeungV 9
768118/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMWVandornV 9
768128/31/2012/16/205:30 PM – 8:35 PMMWLeungV 11
768128/31/2012/16/205:30 PM – 8:35 PMTThVandornV 11

NCCC 12: 120-140 WPM Speed Goal

Advisory: NCCC 005. In this course, students have the opportunity to study and apply theory concepts to recognize and create stenographic and voice writing outlines for standard legal terminology and phraseology in addition to general speech and apply writing skills to attain a writing speed of 120- 140 words per minute. Familiarization with workers’ compensation, personal injury, and real estate/property law terminology and corresponding stenographic outlines is emphasized through a variety of lectures, assignments, and class discussions. One five-hour courtroom observation is required.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
769:20 AM8/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMTThLawsonV 9
769:20 AM8/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMMLeungV 9
769:20 AM8/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMWVandornV 9
769218/31/2012/16/205:30 PM – 8:35 PMMWLeungV 11
769218/31/2012/16/205:30 PM – 8:35 PMTThVandornV 11

NCCC 16: 160 WPM Speed Goal

Advisory: NCCC 012 or NCCC 012M. In this course, students have the opportunity to apply theory concepts to recognize and create stenographic outlines for intermediate-level legal terminology and phraseology necessary to attain a writing speed of 160 words per minute. Machine writing and transcription focuses on proper formatting of dates, standard and military time, currency, case numbers, exhibits, legal citations, and other numeric expressions regularly used in legal proceedings. Lecture content and assignments include how to read and interpret the court calendar and identify and apply information critical to the official court reporter.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768138/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMMTWThOrtizV 11

NCCC 18: 180 WPM Speed Goal

Advisory: NCCC 016 or NCCC 016M. In this course, students have the opportunity to recognize and create stenographic outlines and/or voice writing codes for intermediate to advanced-level vocabulary, terminology, and phraseology and apply speed-building techniques necessary to attain a writing speed of 180 words per minute. Writing and transcription focuses on application of “realtime” writing skills for court reporting and educational captioning, using literary material and legal transcripts. Lecture content and assignments include captioning terminology, mechanics, etiquette, responsibilities, expectations, and ethical issues facing the live captioner.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768148/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMMTWThOrtizV 11

NCCC 20: 200-220 WPM Speed Goal

Advisory: NCCC 018 or 018M. In this course, students have the opportunity to further refine stenographic outlines and speedbuilding techniques to attain accurate writing speeds of up to 200 or 220 words per minute with 97.5 and 95 percent accuracy, respectively. Machine writing and transcription focuses on court and deposition terminology and phraseology. Lecture content and assignments include recordkeeping requirements, application of State of California Minimum Transcript Standards, frequently-used language in legal proceedings, reference source selection, and requirements for making verbatim records of hearings, meetings, and conventions.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768158/31/2012/16/2012:00 PM – 3:05 PMMTWThOrtizV 11

NCCC 25: Basic English for Court Reporting and Captioning

Students have the opportunity to identify and apply the components of English sentence structure, improve their grammar and writing skills, and apply correct punctuation to written text. Proofreading symbols and techniques are also introduced and explained.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768169/3/2012/17/202:30 PM – 5:00 PMTThColemanV 11

NCCC 33: Medical Terminology

Students have the opportunity to gain a basic understanding of medical terminology and how word parts are combined to form most medical terms. Root words, prefixes, and suffixes and their meanings are covered along with the use of “combining vowels.” Vocabulary building, pronunciation, and spelling are emphasized. Stenographic machine writing and voice writing options are discussed.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
769228/31/2012/16/202:30 PM – 5:00 PMMWStaffV 11

NCIE 110A: Basic American English and Civics 1

This course provides instruction in basic cross-cultural skills for immigrants and their families. Lessons include vocabulary and concepts related to home, family, and daily survival skills. Students have the opportunity to improve their cultural adaptation to the new cultural environment.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
765839/2/2011/25/2010:00 AM – 12:00 PMWFStaffCMPB C35
765848/31/2010/5/209:30 AM – 2:30 PMMEastmanOLGC
7658510/6/2011/10/209:30 AM – 2:30 PMMTEastmanOLGC
7658611/16/2012/15/209:30 AM – 2:30 PMMTEastmanOLGC
766058/31/209/21/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
766089/22/2010/12/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
7660910/13/2011/2/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
7661011/3/2011/24/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
7661811/25/2012/16/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68

NCIE 110B: Basic American English and Civics 2

This course continues the instruction in cross-cultural skills for immigrants and their families begun in NCIE 110A. Lessons include vocabulary, concepts, and authentic task-based activities related to daily survival skills, and civic operations such as the post office, hospital, and bank. Students have the opportunity to further improve their cultural adaptation to the new cultural environment.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
7658110/5/2010/22/2010:00 AM – 12:00 PMMTWThWatkinsSMUM
765819/8/209/24/2010:00 AM – 12:00 PMMTWThWatkinsSMUM
7658211/30/2012/10/2010:00 AM – 12:00 PMMTWThWatkinsSMUM
7658210/26/2011/19/2010:00 AM – 12:00 PMMTWThWatkinsSMUM
765878/31/2011/25/209:30 AM – 10:30 AMMWJaimePARS
765879/2/2012/2/2011:00 AM – 12:30 PMWJaimePARS
765889/1/2012/3/209:30 AM – 11:00 AMTThJaimePARS
765899/1/2011/24/2012:30 PM – 2:30 PMTThJaimePARS
765978/31/209/21/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
766009/22/2010/12/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
7660210/13/2011/2/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
7660411/3/2011/24/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68
7661511/25/2012/16/209:00 AM – 12:50 PMMTWThSadasivanCMPB J68

NCIE 114: Citizenship

This is an intermediate level class designed to help resident aliens prepare for their citizenship exam. Students practice how to write simple sentences, review and learn to answer questions published by the USCIS, fill out the N400 Application form, and learn US history, civics and the U.S. Constitution.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
765778/31/2010/21/202:00 PM – 5:00 PMMWYu CostaPARS
7657810/26/2012/16/202:00 PM – 5:00 PMMWYu CostaPARS
765799/1/2010/22/202:00 PM – 5:00 PMTThYu CostaIELC
7658010/26/2012/17/202:00 PM – 5:00 PMTThYu CostaIELC

NCMA 10C: Math Support for Elementary Statistics

Corequisite: MATH 010. This course is intended for students who desire additional support in Math 10, Elementary Statistics. The course provides students with essential support for mathematical topics needed to be successful in statistics. It is only for students who are concurrently enrolled in Elementary Statistics, at West Valley College. Topics include concepts from arithmetic, algebra, and basic statistics that are needed to understand the content of a college-level statistics course. Topics are taught through the context of data analysis.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
763879/15/2012/1/201:15 PM – 2:30 PMTStaffCIL 134

NCMA 104: Essential Math for Basic Skills Students – Percents and Signed Numbers

This course is the fourth course of a sequence of essential mathematics courses designed for students who wish to prepare for college credit courses and/or employment where mathematical skills are required. Students have the opportunity to learn about percents and integers.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
763849/2/209/30/206:00 PM – 9:10 PMWGilchristCIL 135

NCMA 106: Essential Math for Basic Skills Students – Pre-Algebra Part 1

This course is the sixth course of a sequence of essential mathematics courses designed for students who wish to prepare for college credit courses and/or employment where mathematical skills are required. The class topics include an overview of signed number operations, development of the concept of a variable, properties of algebraic expressions, and an introduction to linear equations.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
7638510/7/2011/4/206:00 PM – 9:10 PMWGilchristCIL 135

NCMA 107: Essential Math for Basic Skills Students – Pre-Algebra Part 2

This course is the seventh course of a sequence of essential mathematics courses designed for students who wish to prepare for college credit courses and/or employment where mathematical skills are required. Students have the opportunity to learn how to solve linear equations with fractions and decimals, study equations in two variables, graphing, and properties of exponents and polynomials. After successful completion of this course, the student will have the necessary skills to enter elementary algebra.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
7638611/11/2012/9/206:00 PM – 9:10 PMWGilchristCIL 135

NCMA 108: Essential Math for Basic Skills Students – Elementary Algebra 1

The course covers the basic operations and properties of real numbers, exponential, polynomial, rational, and radical expressions. Other topics include first-degree equations, inequalities, and systems of equations.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
769079/3/2010/20/2012:30 PM – 2:45 PMTThNailCIL 136

NCMA 109: Essential Math for Basic Skills Students – Elementary Algebra 2

The course covers the basic operations and properties of real numbers; exponential, polynomial, rational, and radical expressions. Other topics include systems of equations; graphing; and quadratic, rational, and radical equations.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
7691010/22/2012/10/5012:30 PM – 2:45 PMTThNailCIL 136

NCPE 1.30: Adapted Fitness

This adapted fitness course is designed for students with disabilities. Individualized exercise programs are created that focus on overall cardiovascular endurance, strength and flexibility training. The programs address the limitations of the individual’s disability. Emphasis is on encouraging independence through the teaching of lifelong fitness skills.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
740328/29/2012/19/202:05 PM – 2:30 PMMWBarrilleauxPE 12

NCPE 1.31: Adapted Aerobic Exercise

This adapted fitness course is designed for students with disabilities. The course provides an opportunity for students to increase their overall cardio-vascular endurance. Individualized programs address the limitations of the student’s disability. Emphasis is on encouraging independence through the teaching of lifelong cardiovascular endurance.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
740418/29/2012/19/209:20 AM – 10:45 AMMWBarrilleauxPE 12
740428/29/2012/19/2010:55 AM – 12:20 PMTThLigockiPE 12

NCPE 1.32: Adapted Core Stretching

This adapted flexibility course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities. This course includes instruction in a variety of stretching exercises to enable a student to attain optimal range of motion. Guided gentle muscle stretching and core stabilizing exercises with an emphasis on proper body alignment, breathing techniques, and relaxation are addressed to encourage independence and develop lifelong fitness skills.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
740438/29/2012/19/209:20 AM – 10:45 AMTThLigockiPE 11

NCPE 1.33: Adapted Aquatics

This non-credit adapted physical education course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities. This class provides instruction in dynamic water exercises with a focus on the development of cardiovascular endurance, muscle strength, flexibility, and balance. Individualized swimming programs and water safety are included. Emphasis is on encouraging independence through the teaching of lifelong fitness skills.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
755668/29/2012/19/2012:30 PM – 1:55 PMMWBarrilleauxPE POOL

NCPE 1.34: Adapted Weight Training

This non-credit adapted weight training course is designed for students with disabilities. Individualized exercise programs are created that focus on basic weight training and strength development principles. The programs address the limitations of the individual’s disability. Emphasis is on encouraging independence through the teaching of lifelong fitness skills.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
740448/29/2012/19/2012:30 PM – 1:55 PMTThLigockiPE 12
740458/29/2012/19/2010:55 AM – 12:20 PMMWBarrilleauxPE 12

NCPE 1.37: Adapted Guided Movement

This adapted guided movement course is designed to meet the needs of students with disabilities. This course guides students through a series of exercises using a variety of modalities to enhance proper alignment, balance, coordination, flexibility and strength. Individual modifications are made as needed. The course encourages independence through the teaching of life-long fitness skills.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
76822     

NCWA 160: Water Treatment 1

This course covers water resources, water quality, unit operations of water treatment, public health requirements, and the basics of water chemistry and aquatic microbiology. It prepares students for the Water Treatment Opera-tor’s Certificate examinations (T1) given by the State of California’s Water Resources Control Board.

Section Number Start Date End Date Time Days Instructor Location
768299/29/2012/10/206:00 PM – 8:25 PM OwCACE DELMAR
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