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​Our Career Center is now online!

Visit tinyurl.com/coalingacareer to access job and internship listings, job search resources and more!

UC Riverside on Campus 8/21 and 8/22

Want to learn more about transferring to a UC? Come out Monday and Tuesday for workshops, one on one appointments and more courtesy of UC Riverside!

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WHCC Psychiatric Technician Graduation: August 24

Our Psychiatric Technician Program graduation will be held August 24 at 5:30 p.m. in the WHCC theater! Come help us celebrate our grads!

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WHCL Leadership Academy: August 26

Want to make a difference in your community? Join us at our Leadership Academy kickoff! Submit an interest form http://ow.ly/EWoG30e5AWn

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Prepare for a Programming Career in Under A Year at WHCL

WHCL Career Technical Education Programming Academy 

The focus of this certificate program is to train students to be Web Designers or work in a core technology field focused on Web Development. Courses within the program are designed as 9 week high intensity classes in a two-night a week format which enables students to complete the certificate program in the span of two semesters. In this course, you will learn all that you need to get started in programming: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, JAVA, server side scripting languages such as PHP/MySQL and other related web programming languages, 

The program includes CWEE 15X as a work experience component. As a student, you will gain real-world experience in the field in a flexible format through CWEE 15X. 

Fall Semester Classes 

Computer Information Systems 2-L01 Internet Programming HTM/CSS
CIS 2 helps students develop the skills needed to create and maintain well-organized and well-formed Web pages and sites. Students will learn the history, power and limitations of basic Web page development through the Web's foundation languages, Hypertext Mark-up Language (HTML) and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) as specified by he offical Web standards body. Students learn to build solid web pages at a RAW level through a series of hands-on exercises. The course is targeted toward Web designers, developers and publications specialists. This course serves as a tutorial for students who have coded Web pages before and review for students who have some HTML/CSS coding knowlege and want to build on that knowledge.

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/15/2017 - 10/12/2017 
T TH 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
D. Rengh
This section is part of a CTE Academy: Programming and requires co-enrollment in CIS 2 L01. For more information contact David-Michael Rengh at davidrengh@whccd.edu

Enroll today: https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=13833

Computer Information Systems 2B-L01 Internet Programming - Css
CIS 2B is an introductory course using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). CSS are an addition to Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML). CSS allows web pages designers to expand their ability to control a web page. CSS allows for the nesting of key page elements to allow page designers to achieve a consistent look and feel throughout a web site. This course builds upon the knowledge and experience students have gained from taking CIS Internet programming HTML/CSS.

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/17/2017 - 12/14/2017 
T TH 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
D. Rengh
This section is part of a CTE Academy: Programming and requires co-enrollment in CIS 2 L01. For more information contact David-Michael Rengh at davidrengh@whccd.edu


Spring Semester Classes

Computer Information Systems 2C-L01 Internet Programming Scripting
CIS 2C is an introductory course in the scripting languages that are used for the creation of web pages. HTML/CSS documents alone create web pages that are static, but with scripting languages, web pages can be dynamic and interactive. This course teaches students how to incorporate various scripting languages in HTML/CSS documents. Students will learn the basic syntax for scripting, as well as how to use objects and event handlers to interact with users. Additional topics may include how to respond dynamically to user actions and cross-frame communication.

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/16/2018 - 3/15/2018 
T TH 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
D. Rengh

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CIS-2D-L01 (Intro to Programming Concepts)
CIS 2D Introduction to Programming Concepts and Methodologies - JAVA is a nine-week introduction to the fundamental concepts and models of application development including the basic concepts of program design, data structures, programming, problem solving, programming logic, and fundamental design techniques for event-driven programs. CIS 2D introduces students to the Java programming language. Good programming practices will be emphasized, including structures and object-oriented techniques.

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018 
T TH 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
D. Rengh
This section is part of a CTE Acadmy: Programming and arequires co-enrollment in CIS 2C L01. For more information contact David-Michael Rengh at davidrengh@whccd.edu

Enroll today: https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=14556&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read

Computer Information Systems 15X-L04 Occupational Work Experience

Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) develops skills and knowledge by integrating classroom study with planned, supervised work experience. It is based on the principle that well-educated individuals develop most effectively through an educational plan that incorporated work experience. Through these structured experiences, the students enrich their college studies, which enhance their total development. Occupational Work Experience is supervised employment which is intendend to asssit students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes, and career awareness in the field of the student's major. Students may earn up to 8 units per semester for a maximum of 16 total units. Credits are awarded for paid or voluntary work. For every 75 hours of paid work completed within the semester, 1 unit or credit is awarded. For every 60 hours of volunteer work completeted within the semester, 1 unit of credit is awarded. Occupational Work Experience credits are counted as electives toward an Associate's Degree at West Hills College Lemoore and are transferable to four year universities (for specific transfer elibility, please contact a counselor or an advisor).

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
M 4:30 PM - 5:20 PM 
Work Experience 



Computer Information Systems 2F-L01 Internet Server Side Scripting
CIS 2F focuses on interactivity in websites, introducing both client-side interactivity (using JavaScript) and server-side interactivity (using PHP). Dynamic generation of web pages from database tables is also covered. Finally, the course examines the maintenance and management of large websites (including CSS and XML) and issues in web security and privacy.(AA) Advisory(s): Strongly suggested CIS-2 Internet Programming HTML, English 101B or equivalent, Math 101 or equivalent

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
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Lecture Via Online Media 
D. Rengh


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Find your Calling in Hospitality Management at WHCL, in Just Two Semesters

WHCL Hospitality Management CTE Academy

​In under nine months, find your calling in a career in Hospitality Management with our Hospitality Management Course Set and CTE Academy. 

The Hospitality Management course set guides students toward successful employment in the hospitality industry. The hospitality management course set, developed in conjunction with local employers, provides students with a broad range of entry-level skills and applications which promote success in a variety of hospitality environments. 

With a solid foundation in lodging, event management, restaurant management, recreation, and tourism, you'll bring knowledge and efficiency to the workplace.  Students who complete the course will be ready for the workforce and the certificate provides a stepping stone to continue their education.

Courses within the program are designed as 9 week high intensity classes in a two-day a week format.

You can complete the certificate program in the span on two semesters. The program includes HRCM 15X as a work experience component that will give you real-world experience. 

 

Fall Semester Classes

Hotel Management 12-L01 Hotel and Motel Management and Operation 
HM 10 is designed provide an overview of hotel management functions, operational requirements, and procedures. This course will provide instruction in the development of the hotel industry, hotel structure, reservation process, forecasting room availability, managing guest services, guest arrival process, room rates, hotel revenue cycle, rooms management technology, and property management system interfaces. Advisory(s): CUL 50

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 10/11/2017 
M W 10:00 AM - 12:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
A. Babb



Hotel Management 10-L01 Intro to Hotel Management
HM 10 is designed provide an overview of hotel management functions, operational requirements, and procedures. This course will provide instruction in the development of the hotel industry, hotel structure, reservation process, forecasting room availability, managing guest services, guest arrival process, room rates, hotel revenue cycle, rooms management technology, and property management system interfaces. Advisory(s): CUL 50

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/16/2017 - 12/13/2017 
M W 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
A. Babb


Hotel, Restaurant, Casino Mgmt 15X-L01 Occupational Work Experience
Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) develops skills and knowledge by integrating classroom study with planned, supervised work experience. It is based on the principle that well-educated individuals develop most effectively through an educational plan that incorporated work experience. Through these structured experiences, the students enrich their college studies, which enhance their total development. Occupational Work Experience is supervised employment which is intendend to asssit students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes, and career awareness in the field of the student's major. Students may earn up to 8 units per semester for a maximum of 16 total units. Credits are awarded for paid or voluntary work. For every 75 hours of paid work completed within the semester, 1 unit or credit is awarded. For every 60 hours of volunteer work completeted within the semester, 1 unit of credit is awarded. Occupational Work Experience credits are counted as electives toward an Associate's Degree at West Hills College Lemoore and are transferable to four year universities (for specific transfer elibility, please contact a counselor or an advisor).

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 12/15/2017 
S 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM 
Work Experience 
A. Babb


Spring Semester Classes

Hotel, Restaurant, Casino Management 1-L01 Introduction to Hospitality
HRCM 1 is a fundamental overview of the hotel, restaurant, tourism, and casino segments of the hospitality industry. This course provides an overview of the operational sectors of the hospitality industry with an emphasis on organizational structures, departments, job classifications, and career paths. Lecture and discussion are enhanced by industry guest speakers and industry visits. Advisory(s): CUL 50

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/17/2018 - 3/14/2018 
M W 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

Enroll now: 
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Restaurant Management 12-L01 Food and Beverage Cost
RM 12 is designed to provide the basic skills required to understand and utilize cost control systems. This course provides instruction in managing income and expenses associated with food and beverage operations. It provides an overview of managing the cost of food, beverage, labor, and other expenses as well as determining sales volume and analyzing trends to improve the overall income system. Advisory(s): Cul 50 or equivalent

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/17/2018 - 3/14/2018 
M W 10:00 AM - 12:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
C. Raia



Restaurant Management 10-L01 Intro to Food Service Operations 
Restaurant Management 10 is an overview of the basic principles, procedures and fundamentals concepts relating to food service operations. This course emphasizes the history of food service operations from ancient to modern times, types of food service operations, food safety, menu planning, purchasing, receiving and inventory control, production and distribution systems, facility planning, marketing and human resource management. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B or equivalent.

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/20/2018 - 5/24/2018 
T TH 3:00 PM - 5:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
C. Raia


Restaurant Management 11-L01 Food and Beverage Service
Restaurant Management 11 identifies the crucial elements involved in the successful operation of a food and beverage service and their relationships. This course emphasizes the management of marketing, operation, cost and design control, facilities and equipment requirements and product selection. In addition, this course provides special emphasis on staff training and development and legal for beverage sales. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 51A or equivalent.

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018 
M W 11:00 AM - 1:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

Enroll now: 
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Join the Fast Growing Correctional Rehabilitation Field with WHCL's CTE Academy

WHCL Correctional Rehabilitation CTE Academy

The Correctional Rehabilitation course set guides students toward successful employment in a correctional law enforcement agency and also provides classes for correctional officers who want to complete additional units. This pathway for correctional workers, developed in conjunction with local and state agencies, provides students with a broad range of correctional skills and competencies which promote success in a variety of correctional settings. The courses ensure correctional workers understand the history of correctional rehabilitation, the relationship between correctional and other law enforcement agencies and the complex legal environment of the corrections worker. Students will understand the role of risk and needs assessments in developing treatment programs for correctional clients. Students who complete the certificate will be ready for the workforce and the certificate provides a stepping stone to continue their education and complete an A.A. in Administration of Justice or Corrections. Course within the program are designed as 9 week high intensity classes in a two-night a week format which enables students to complete the certificate program in the span on two semesters

Fall Semester Courses

Administration of Justice 3-L01 Intro to Corrections
AOJ 3 provides a history of and critical analysis of punishment, the various types of punishment, alternatives to punishment, and the impact of punishment on the criminal justice system, corrections, a critical examination of the types of correctional institutions and the clients housed in each institution, and an examination of contemporary correctional issues.(AA, CSU)

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 10/13/2017 
M 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture 
D. Snell
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Corrections certificate of achievement which prepares students for the correctional rehabiliational field. Co-enrollment in AOJ 4-L01 and ENG 51A- L04is required.

Enroll now: 
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Administration of Justice 4-L01 Control & Supervision Inmates
AOJ 4 offers an overview of supervision of inmates at the local, state and federal levels of correctional institutions. The issues of controlling and supervising inmates in a continuum from daily institutional life through emergency and crisis situations will e introduced and discussed. The course will emphasize the roles played by the correctional workers as well as the offenders. Topics will include inmate subculture, violence and effects of crowding on inmates and staff as coping techniques for correctional officers in the institutional environment. The causes and effects of abusive tactics will also be discussed. (AA, CSU) Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 51A or equivalent.u

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/16/2017 - 12/15/2017 
M 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture 
D. Snell
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Corrections certificate of achievement which prepares students for the correctional rehabiliational field. Co-enrollment in AOJ 3-L01 and ENG 51A- L04 is required.


English 51A-L04 Intro. to Communication Skills
English 51A provides instruction for students who do not make a satisfactory score on an English placement test for English 1A. This course aids students in developing the necessary skills and experiences to make them effective readers, writers, and speakers. The course provides practice in reading, in writing essays of 500 words or more, and in verbal communication.

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 12/15/2017 
W 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
P. Newman
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Corrections certificate of achievement which prepares students for the correctional rehabiliational field. Co-enrollment in AOJ 4-L01 and AOJ 3-L01 is required. 



Administration of Justice 12-L02 Written Criminal Justice Communication
Administration of Justice 12 will cover ideas effectively in a simple, clear and logical manner in the various types of criminal justice systems reports, letters, memoranda, directives, and administrative reports. Emphasis is on law enforcement and correctional terminology, organization of information and use of English; practice experience in note taking and report writing using standard law enforcement and correction forms; presentation of testimony in court. (AA, CSU)

Online Lemoore , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 12/15/2017 
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Lecture Via Online Media 
D. Jones


Spring Semester Classes

Administration of Justice 6-L01 Correct Interviewing & Counseling
Administration of Justice 6 is an overview of the techniques in interviewing and counseling available to practitioners in Corrections. students will learn the use of appropriate techniques and theories in confidence building, which may be used by the correctional employee in client interviews and counseling. This is a course for students planning to enter or already employed within the Correctional Science field. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 51A or equivalent.

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/22/2018 - 3/12/2018 
M 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture 
D. Snell
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Corrections certificate of achievement which prepares students for the correctional rehabiliational field. Co-enrollment in AOJ 7-L01 and COM 1-L10 is required.


Administration of Justice 7-L01 Legal Aspects of Corrections
Administration of Justice 7 provides students with an awareness of the historical framework, concepts and precedents that guide correctional practice. Course material will broaden the individuals perspective of the corrections environment, the civil rights of prisoners and responsibilities and liabilities of corrections officials.(AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 51A or equivalent.

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/21/2018 
M 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture 
D. Snell
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Corrections certificate of achievement which prepares students for the correctional rehabiliational field. Co-enrollment in AOJ 6-L01 and COM 1-L10 is required.


Communication 1-L10 Elements of Speech
COM 1 provides instruction in the theory and techniques of public speaking in a democratic society. Discovery, development and criticism of ideas in public discourse through research, reasoning, organization, composition, presentation, and evaluation of various types of speeches including informative and persuasive speeches.

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/12/2018 - 5/25/2018 
W 4:00 PM - 6:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
R. Hinds


Administration of Justice 20-L02 Criminal Law
AOJ 20 offers an analysis of the doctrines of classification of crimes against persons, property, morals, and public welfare. Special emphasis is placed on the classification of crime, the general elements of crime, the definitions of common and statutory law, and the nature of acceptable evidence. This course utilizes case law and case studies to introduce students to criminal law. The completion of this course offers a foundation upon which upper-division criminal justice course will build. The course will also include some limited discussion of prosecution and defense decision making, criminal culpability, and defenses to crimes. Prerequisite(s): AOJ 1 or equivalent Advisory(s): ENG 1A or equivalent

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
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Lecture Via Online Media 
R. Stivers




Become a Networking Pro in Just a Year With WHCL's Networking Academy

WHCL Networking CTE Academy​

Become a computer networking pro in just a year with West Hills College Lemoore's Network Fundamentals Certificate of Achievement Academy! 

The Network Fundamentals Certificate of Achievement focuses on CompTIA A+/Network+ curriculum that provides the entry-level knowledge, skills and experience required for employment in the field of computer systems and network support. 

Students who complete the certificate will be able to install, configure, upgrade, diagnose and troubleshoot typical PC hardware and software; identify and respond to the needs of networked PC users; and address PC network connection problems, security issues and other infrastructural challenges. 

These are 9 week high intensity classes in a two-night a week format. You can complete the certificate program in the span of two semesters. 

There is also a work experience class as part of the academy: CWEE 15X. In this course, you'll gain real-world experience. 


Fall Semester Courses

Computer Information Systems 5A-L01 Info & Comm Tech Essentials

CIS 5A provides an introduction to the computer hardware and software skills needed to help meet the growing demand for entry-level Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) professionals. The fundamentals of computer hardware and software as well as advanced concepts, such as security, networking, and the responsibilities of an ICT professional will be introduced. Preparation for CompTIAs A+ certification with specialization in the areas of hardware and operating systems.

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/14/2017 - 10/11/2017 
M W 5:30 PM - 9:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
R. Bossarte
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Networking that requires co-enrollment in a series of classes that lead to a certificate of Achievement in networking and prepares students for a career in the IT/Networking field. For questions regarding the academy please e-mail Bobby Bossarte at robertbossarte@whccd.edu

Enroll Today: 
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Computer Information Systems 5B-L01 Computer Network Fundamentals

CIS 5B introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP (Internet Protocol) addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for further study of computer networks. It uses the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) and TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) layered models to examine the nature and roles of protocols and services at the application, network, data link, and physical layers. This course prepares students the take the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/16/2017 - 12/13/2017 
M W 5:30 PM - 8:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
R. Bossarte
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Networking that requires co-enrollment in a series of classes that lead to a certificate of Achievement in networking and prepares students for a career in the IT/Networking field. For questions regarding the academy please e-mail Bobby Bossarte at robertbossarte@whccd.edu



Computer Information Systems 42-L01 System Analysis and Design
CIS 42 presents a systematic methodology for analyzing a business problem or opportunity, determining what role, if any, computer-based technologies can play in addressing the business need, articulating business requirements for the technology solution, specifying alternative approaches to acquiring the technology capabilities needed to address the business requirements, and specifying the requirements for the information systems solution in particular, in-house development, development from third-party providers, or purchased commercial-off-the-shelf packages.

Online Lemoore , Fall 2017
10/16/2017 - 12/15/2017 
null 
Lecture Via Online Media 
D. Rengh


Spring Semester Courses

 

Computer Information Systems 5C-L01 Routing & Switching Essentials
CIS 5C describes the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in a small network. Students learn how to configure a router and a switch for basic functionality. By the end of this course, students will be able to configure and troubleshoot routers and switches and resolve common issues with RIPv1, RIPv2, single-area and multi-area OSPF, virtual LANs, and inter-VLAN routing in both IPv4 and IPv6 networks. This course will help prepare students for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.

Lemoore Campus , 2017 Spring
1/18/2017 - 3/15/2017 
M W 5:30 PM - 8:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
R. Bossarte
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Networking that requires co-enrollment in a series of classes that lead to a Certificate of Achievement in networking and prepares students for a career in the IT/Networking field. For questions regarding the academy please e-mail Bobby Bossarte at robertbossarte@whccd.edu.


Computer Information Systems 5D-L01 System & Network Administration
CIS 5D will provide students with the knowledge and skills required to build, maintain, troubleshoot, and support server hardware and software technologies. Students will be able to identify environmental issues; understand and comply with disaster recovery and physical / software security procedures; become familiar with industry terminology and concepts; understand server roles / specializations and interaction within the overall computing environment. This course will prepare students for the current version of CompTIA Server+ certification exam.

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/23/2018 
M W 5:30 PM - 8:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
R. Bossarte
This course is part of the CTE Academy: Networking that requires co-enrollment in a series of classes that lead to a Certificate of Achievement in networking and prepares students for a career in the IT/Networking field. For questions regarding the academy please e-mail Bobby Bossarte at robertbossarte@whccd.edu. #OpenSeats


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Computer Information Systems 15X-L04 Occupational Work Experience
Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) develops skills and knowledge by integrating classroom study with planned, supervised work experience. It is based on the principle that well-educated individuals develop most effectively through an educational plan that incorporated work experience. Through these structured experiences, the students enrich their college studies, which enhance their total development. Occupational Work Experience is supervised employment which is intendend to asssit students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes, and career awareness in the field of the student's major. Students may earn up to 8 units per semester for a maximum of 16 total units. Credits are awarded for paid or voluntary work. For every 75 hours of paid work completed within the semester, 1 unit or credit is awarded. For every 60 hours of volunteer work completeted within the semester, 1 unit of credit is awarded. Occupational Work Experience credits are counted as electives toward an Associate's Degree at West Hills College Lemoore and are transferable to four year universities (for specific transfer elibility, please contact a counselor or an advisor).


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
M 4:30 PM - 5:20 PM 
Work Experience 

Enroll Today:
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Computer Information Systems 2F-L01 Internet Server Side Scripting
CIS 2F focuses on interactivity in websites, introducing both client-side interactivity (using JavaScript) and server-side interactivity (using PHP). Dynamic generation of web pages from database tables is also covered. Finally, the course examines the maintenance and management of large websites (including CSS and XML) and issues in web security and privacy.(AA) Advisory(s): Strongly suggested CIS-2 Internet Programming HTML, English 101B or equivalent, Math 101 or equivalent

Online Lemoore , Spring 2018
3/19/2018 - 5/25/2018 
null 
Lecture Via Online Media 
D. Rengh

Enroll Today:
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Launch a Career in Bookkeeping in Just Nine Months with WHCL

West Hills College Lemoore Bookkeeping Certificate and CTE Academy

The CTE Academy Bookkeeping program prepares students for a number of jobs in financial transactions, reporting procedures, and reconciliation. The academy encourages co-enrollment in all of the courses in the program. You can take classes on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired bookkeeping skills into action.

Upon completion, you will be able to:
Update and maintain accounting records,
Enter and verify information into journals and ledgers,
Compile reports and financial statements,
and Receive a Bookkeeping Certificate recognized by the CA Community College Chancellor's Office

Fall Semester Courses

Computer Information Systems 7-L01 Computer Concepts
CIS 7 is an examination of information systems and their role in business. The course focuses on information systems, database management systems, networking, e-commerce, ethics and security, computer systems hardware and software components. The course includes application of these concepts and methods through hands-on projects developing computer-based solutions to business problems

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 12/15/2017 
M W 7:30 AM - 8:20 AM; M W 8:30 AM - 9:45 AM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
D. Rengh
This course is part of the Business Information Worker certificate of achievement (25 units) which prepares students for a number of job titles including customer service representatives, file clerks, receptionists and information clerks, secretaries and administrative assistants, and office and administrative support workers. Co-enrollment in all of the courses in the certificate program is encouraged and the courses are offered on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired office skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Business Information Worker certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (teresaquilici@whccd.edu) or April Betterson (aprilbetterson@whccd.edu).



Business 55-L01 Bookkeeping
BUS 55 is an elementary course designed to present the basic knowledge of the theory and practice of bookkeeping for students who are interested in continuing their study to higher levels of accounting, and for those who desire an understanding of ordinary bookkeeping procedures in business offices.


Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/14/2017 - 10/11/2017 
M W 10:00 AM - 11:50 AM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Hybrid Lecture 
A. Oliveira
This course is part of the Business Information Worker certificate of achievement (25 units) which prepares students for a number of job titles including customer service representatives, file clerks, receptionists and information clerks, secretaries and administrative assistants, and office and administrative support workers. Co-enrollment in all of the courses in the certificate program is encouraged and the courses are offered on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired office skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Business Information Worker certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (teresaquilici@whccd.edu) or April Betterson (aprilbetterson@whccd.edu).


Business 13A-L01 Word for Windows I
Students are taught basic features of Word for Windows for fundamental use in an office or for personal use. The course is designed to equip students with the skills to prepare personal/business correspondence and research papers and reports. This course, along with Word for Windows II, is required for the Office Technology major. (AA, CSU) Advisory: Ability to type 30nwpm.


Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/14/2017 - 10/11/2017 
M W 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM; M W 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM 
Lecture And/Or Discussion, Laboratory/Studio/Activity 
G. Fogel
This course is part of the Business Information Worker certificate of achievement (25 units) which prepares students for a number of job titles including customer service representatives, file clerks, receptionists and information clerks, secretaries and administrative assistants, and office and administrative support workers. Co-enrollment in all of the courses in the certificate program is encouraged and the courses are offered on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired office skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Business Information Worker certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (teresaquilici@whccd.edu) or April Betterson (aprilbetterson@whccd.edu).


Business 13B-L01 Word for Windows II
Students are taught advanced features of Word for Windows. The course is designed for office personnel using Microsoft Word on the job. This course, along with Word for Windows I, is required for the Office Technology major.(AA, CSU) Advisory: Ability to type 35nwpm.


Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/16/2017 - 12/13/2017 
M W 1:00 PM - 1:50 PM; M W 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM 
Lecture And/Or Discussion, Laboratory/Studio/Activity 
G. Fogel
This course is part of the Business Information Worker certificate of achievement (25 units) which prepares students for a number of job titles including customer service representatives, file clerks, receptionists and information clerks, secretaries and administrative assistants, and office and administrative support workers. Co-enrollment in all of the courses in the certificate program is encouraged and the courses are offered on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired office skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Business Information Worker certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (teresaquilici@whccd.edu) or April Betterson (aprilbetterson@whccd.edu).

Enroll now: 

https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=13787


Computer Information Systems 34-L01 Introduction to Spreadsheets
CIS 34 is an introduction to microcomputer spreadsheets using Microsoft Excel. Primary emphasis will be on the use of the command structure and operation. Topics covered will include spreadsheets design and format, graphs and database functions. Advisory(s): Math 101 or equivalent.


Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 12/15/2017 
M W 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
R. Bossarte
This course is part of the Business Information Worker certificate of achievement (25 units) which prepares students for a number of job titles including customer service representatives, file clerks, receptionists and information clerks, secretaries and administrative assistants, and office and administrative support workers. Co-enrollment in all of the courses in the certificate program is encouraged and the courses are offered on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired office skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Business Information Worker certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (teresaquilici@whccd.edu) or April Betterson (aprilbetterson@whccd.edu).

Enroll now: 

https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=13834&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read

Business 74-L01 Computerized Accounting
BUS 74 is designed to teach both the accounting and non-accounting students how to use a computerized accounting software package (i.e., Quikbooks Pro)used by small and medium sized businesses. This course is an introduction to how an accounting software package maintains a general ledger, tracks vendors, customers, and inventory activities; processes payroll; records assets, expenses, and liabilities; manages budgets and creates reports.(AA)

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/12/2018 - 5/25/2018 
T TH 10:00 AM - 10:50 AM; T TH 11:00 AM - 12:15 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
A. Oliveira

Business 28-L01 Business Communication
BUS 28 applies the principles of ethical and effective communication to the creation of letters, memos, emails, and written and oral reports for a variety of business situations. The course emphasizes planning, organizing, composing, and revising business documents using word processing software for written documents and presentation-graphics software to create and deliver professional-level oral reports. This course is designed for students who already have college-level writing skills.


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/12/2018 - 5/25/2018 
T TH 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
M. Paden
This course is part of the Bookkeeping certificate of achievement (25 units) that encourages co-enrollment in all of the courses in the program. You can take classes on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired bookkeeping skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Bookkeeping certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (teresaquilici@whccd.edu) or April Betterson (aprilbetterson@whccd.edu)


Business 24-L03 Business Mathematics
Business 24 is a review of the ordinary arithmetical processes and practices. It provides vocational preparation of students for entry-level jobs in business which require computational skill on practical business problems.(AA, CSU) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B and Math 101 or equivalent.


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/12/2018 - 5/25/2018 
T TH 2:30 PM - 3:45 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
B. Kron
This course is part of the Bookkeeping certificate of achievement (25 units) that encourages co-enrollment in all of the courses in the program. You can take classes on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired bookkeeping skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Bookkeeping certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (teresaquilici@whccd.edu) or April Betterson (aprilbetterson@whccd.edu)


Business 20-L01 Introduction to Business
Business 20 provides an introduction to basic business principles and is a foundation for more specialized study of business education. Topics such as organization, management and leadership, ownership, marketing, operations, human resources, the economic environment, and globalization are studied. Students who have a general education interest are welcome to enroll. (AA, CSU, UC) Advisory: Strongly Recommended Preparation of ENG 101B or equivalent.


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/12/2018 - 5/25/2018 
T TH 4:00 PM - 5:15 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
M. Paden
This course is part of the Bookkeeping certificate of achievement (25 units) that encourages co-enrollment in all of the courses in the program. You can take classes on a two-day or three-day a week schedule with work experience built in during the final semester to provide an opportunity to put your newly acquired bookkeeping skills into action. For more information about the other classes in the Bookkeeping certificate program contact Teresa Quilici (teresaquilici@whccd.edu) or April Betterson (aprilbetterson@whccd.edu)

Enroll now: 

https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=14528&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read

General Work Experience 15XX-L01 General Work Experience
Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) develops skills and knowledge by integrating classroom study with planned, supervised work experience. It is based on the principle that well-educated individuals develop most effectively through an educational plan that incorporates work experience. Through these structured experiences, the students enrich their college studies, which enhance their total development. General Work Experience is supervised employment which is intended to assist students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes, and career awareness. The work experience need not be related to the students' educational goals. Students may earn up to 6 units per semester for a maximum of 16 totals units. Credits are awarded for paid or voluntary work. For every 75 hours of paid work completed within the semester , 1 unit of credit is awarded. for every 60 hours of volunteer work complete within the semester, 1 unit of credit is awarded. General Work Experience credits are counted as electives toward an Associate's Degree at West Hills College Lemoore and are transferable to four year universities (for specific transfer eligibility, please contact a counselor or an advisor). General Work Experience may not be a payable class under VA benefits.


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/12/2018 - 5/25/2018 
T 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 
Work Experience 
A. Babb

Enroll now: 

https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=14833&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read




Love food and cooking? Become a Chef Apprentice in Less Than a Year at WHCL

WHCL Chef Apprentice Certificate CTE Academy

The Chef Apprentice certificate prepares students in becoming a well-trained culinary professional. The culinary certificate is designed to provide individual, hands-on training, and a foundation of quality service and commitment in preparing individuals for positions within the hospitality industry.

Upon successful completion, students will have an understanding of:
  • Safety & Sanitation
  • Commercial Food Prep
  • Commercial Baking
  • Beverage Management
  • Kitchen Management
  • Dining Room Management
  • Nutrition
  • Hospitality Careers, Laws, and Human Relations
Fall Semester Courses
Culinary 55-L01 Intro to Commercial Food Prep
CUL 55 is an initial culinary training for chefs. Topics covered include an introduction to safe, sanitary, and efficient food production procedures, orientation and training on equipment, hand tools, and foods, as well as application of nutritional concepts. Food inventory management and traditional and computer-aided recipe writing/costing, adapting to professional standards regarding uniforms, dependability, teamwork, and quality performance will be emphasized. Advisory(s): CUL 50

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/15/2017 - 10/12/2017 
T TH 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM; T TH 9:30 AM - 1:45 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
C. Raia




Culinary 57-L01 Beverage Management
CUL 55 is an initial culinary training for chefs. sanitary, and efficient food production procedures, orientation and training on equipment, hand tools, and foods, as well as application of nutritional concepts. Food inventory management and traditional and computer-aided recipe writing/costing, adapting to professional standards regarding uniforms, dependability, teamwork, and quality performance will be emphasized. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/14/2017 - 10/11/2017 
M W 5:00 PM - 6:50 PM; M W 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
D. Beeler


Culinary 61-L01 Kitchen Management
CUL 61 develops the skills used to manage a commercial kitchen. Students will write menus and develop recipes, establish portion sizes and recipes costs, and price the menu items. Students will learn to base production plans on sales forecasts, staff kitchen accordingly, establish policies, standards, and procedures regarding production. Staff issues, facility/equipment maintenance, and kitchen cleanliness will also be emphasized. Advisory(s): CUL 50

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/14/2017 - 10/11/2017 
M W 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
C. Raia

Culinary 6-L01 Culinary Excursions
CUL 6 allows students to visit, observe, and study various and specific operations of multi-unit and single-unit enterprises in metropolitan and rural areas. They will study in-depth management structures and personnel policies and guidelines. Techniques to analyze management and preparation methods, as well as their benefits and shortcomings will be examined. Students will then be able to create recommendations for operation of a successful and fluid enterprise. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/20/2017 - 12/15/2017 
F 7:00 AM - 7:53 AM; F 8:00 AM - 11:30 AM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
D. Beeler

Culinary 52-L01 Intro to Commercial Baking
CUL 52 covers tools, terms and functions in preparation of baked goods: yeast breads and pastries, cookies, cakes and specialty items. Field trips may be required.

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/17/2017 - 12/14/2017 
T TH 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM; T TH 12:00 PM - 5:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
C. Raia


Culinary 58-L01 Intro to Dining Rm SERV & Mana
CUL 58 covers the operation of a restaurant, dining, and related service support staff. Topics covered include how to hire, train, motivate, schedule, and assign jobs to a wait staff. Cost controls for labor and supplies will be covered as well as quality assurance and productivity standards. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/16/2017 - 12/13/2017 
M W 2:00 PM - 2:15 PM; M W 2:30 PM - 6:45 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
C. Raia

Enroll now: 

https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=13865&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read


Spring Semester Courses

Culinary 51-L01 Restaurant Math
CUL 2 provides students with a clear understanding of the direct and interacting effects of food and wine elements. It presents how these characteristics counteract and complement each other. Students will develop the skills necessary to identify the key elements in food or wine that directly impact matching of food and wine based on contrast or similarities. They will then be able to predict excellent food and wine pairings. Advisory(s): CUL 50 or equivalent


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/22/2018 - 3/12/2018 
T 7:00 PM - 9:15 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 


Culinary 54-L01 Hospitality Laws and Regulatio
CUL 54 is the study of legal issues in relation to commercial food service and lodging with a national, state and local in scope. Using both the case method and specific statutes, this class introduces student to general concepts including the types of law, the nature of agreements and the judicial systems , as well as regulatory agencies and the particular laws they enforce in the hospitality field. (AA) Advisory(S): CUL 50


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/17/2018 - 3/14/2018 
M W 1:00 PM - 2:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
C. Raia


Culinary 56-L01 Garde Managers
CUL 56 involves the study of cold food preparation which include vegetable and fruit carvings, appetizers hors d'oeuvre, canapes, sauces, salads, force meats, pates, tray presentations, table setups, room setups and food show competition. Advisory(s): CUL 50


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/17/2018 - 3/14/2018 
M W 6:10 PM - 6:25 PM; M W 6:30 PM - 7:55 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 


Culinary 60-L01 Nutrition for Chefs
CUL 60 teached techniques of healthy cooking for the professionalchef. Fresh ingredients, reduced fat and salt,cooking methods and tools, plus shorter cooking times, are brought together to provide satisfying dining with fewer calories, cholesterol, and sodium, while retaining nutritional value of the food.(AA) Advisory(s): CUL 50


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/17/2018 - 3/14/2018 
W 8:00 AM - 9:50 AM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 

Enroll now: 

https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=14582&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read


Culinary 64-L01 Restaurant Desserts
CUL 64 teaches the production and presentation of classical and contemporary restaurant desserts. Students will learn a practical study of the restaurant pastry chef's special vendors, equipment, supplies, foods, process and techniques used to produce a wide variety of desserts. Advisory(S): CUL 50


Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/16/2018 - 3/15/2018 
T TH 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM; T TH 2:30 PM - 6:45 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
C. Raia

Enroll now: 

https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=14585&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read


Additional Requirements

Hotel, Restaurant, Casino Mgmt 15X-L01 Occupational Work Experience
Cooperative Work Experience Education (CWEE) develops skills and knowledge by integrating classroom study with planned, supervised work experience. It is based on the principle that well-educated individuals develop most effectively through an educational plan that incorporated work experience. Through these structured experiences, the students enrich their college studies, which enhance their total development. Occupational Work Experience is supervised employment which is intendend to asssit students in acquiring desirable work habits, attitudes, and career awareness in the field of the student's major. Students may earn up to 8 units per semester for a maximum of 16 total units. Credits are awarded for paid or voluntary work. For every 75 hours of paid work completed within the semester, 1 unit or credit is awarded. For every 60 hours of volunteer work completeted within the semester, 1 unit of credit is awarded. Occupational Work Experience credits are counted as electives toward an Associate's Degree at West Hills College Lemoore and are transferable to four year universities (for specific transfer elibility, please contact a counselor or an advisor).

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 12/15/2017 
S 3:00 PM - 3:50 PM 
Work Experience 
A. Babb

Lemoore Campus , Spring 2018
1/12/2018 - 5/25/2018 
T 11:00 AM - 11:50 AM 
Work Experience 
A. Babb


Enroll now: https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Pages/SectionsResults.aspx?k=hrcm%2015x#Default=%7B%22k%22%3A%22hrcm%2015x%22%2C%22r%22%3A%5B%7B%22n%22%3A%22SectionLocationOWSTEXT%22%2C%22t%22%3A%5B%22%5C%22%C7%82%C7%824c656d6f6f72652043616d707573%5C%22%22%5D%2C%22o%22%3A%22and%22%2C%22k%22%3Afalse%2C%22m%22%3Anull%7D%5D%7D


Electives RM11, RM61, RM63, RM 64, RM65, or RM66 Electives (6 units)



Applications Now Available for WHCL Associated Student Body Senator

Help lead your school! Apply for a position as an Associated Student Body senator! Applications are being accepted from August 11 to August 28. Download the attached document or visit the ASB to get a copy of the application! 

Students must apply for a position in their field of study. 

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California Connects Internet Service
​Make sure you have internet, anytime, anywhere!

California Connects is an affordable mobile internet service, which aims to support students, faculty, staff and underserved communities throughout California. The service is provided by the Foundation for California Community Colleges* through its CollegeBuys program, and is part of its longstanding commitment to provide affordable access to essential technology tools. 

Powered by the Sprint 4G LTE network, California Connects internet service is mobile and portable. The subscription cost is only $19.99 a month for 30 GB of data with no overage charges and no contract required.  Proceeds from California Connects support statewide initiatives of the California Community College system.

To verify coverage, click here. To join California Connects or to find out more about CollegeBuys, please visit www.CollegeBuys.org. 

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Sign up for CAMP today!

Are you a migrant student or in a K-12 migrant program? Join CAMP! Applications are now being accepted. Contact a CAMP advisor today!

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ESL Classes in Lemoore and Laton

Looking to learn English as a second language? Register for our ESL classes in Lemoore or Laton! Register now! Class starts in September!

¿Quieres aprender inglés como segunda lengua? Regístrese para nuestras clases de ESL en Lemoore o Laton! ¡Regístrate ahora! ¡La clase comienza en septiembre!


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Get NCCER Certified at NDC in Just a Semester!

​Are you an industrial maintenance mechanic? Or do you want to be? Prepare for a job in this growing field at North District Center, Firebaugh this Fall! Take just two courses this Fall 2017 and you'll be able to take the National Center for Construction Education and Research Certificate Exam! 

Register today for these two courses! Classes start September 11 so hurry!

Industrial Mechanics Tech 60-F01 Industrial Core
IMT 60 provides students with the basic professional skills needed in the industrial, welding or agricultural industries. The skills covered include basic safety, construction mathematics, hand and power tools, construction drawings, rigging, materials handling and employability skills. (AA)

NDC, Firebaugh , Fall 2017
9/11/2017 - 10/21/2017 
M W 5:30 PM - 8:20 PM; S 8:00 AM - 11:50 AM; S 12:30 PM - 5:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 



Industrial Mechanics Tech 61-F01 Industrial Maint. Mech Level I
IMT 61 provides introductory training for the Industrial Maintenance Mechanic credentials. Topics include orientation to the trade, tools, fasteners and anchors, oxyfuel cutting, gaskets and packing, trade mathematics, construction drawings, pumps and drivers, valves, test instruments, material handling, mobile and support equipment, and lubrication. (AA)

10/23/2017 - 12/13/2017 
; M W 5:30 PM - 8:20 PM; S 8:00 AM - 11:50 AM; S 12:30 PM - 5:20 PM 
Hybrid Lecture, Lab Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 


Learn more about NCCER Certification at: 

https://www.nccer.org/ 



Sign up now for the West Hills College Coalinga Fitness Lab

Newer machines and workout equipment are available during select hours in our state-of-the-art gym.

Fall 2017 Semester Pass:
Sept. 5, 2017 thru December 15, 2017 

Day(s) and Time(s): 
Monday - Friday: 5:00am-7:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am-12:00pm

Cost: 
$60 PER PERSON 
$40 for WHCC STAFF
$20 for WHCC STUDENTS
(Cost includes use of fitness lab equipment, workout towel, and locker room/shower facilities)

Location: WHCC Fitness Center

Payments: Registration forms are available in the Athletic Department and Fitness Center during business hours. Accepting cash, money orders and checks (payable to WHCC Foundation).

*Dates and times subject to change (closed for maintenance and campus holidays)

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Get Prepared for the Qualified Applicator License Exam in Less than Three Months at NDC!
Are you interested in a career in pest control? With just two classes at North District Center, Firebaugh you can prepare yourself for the Qualified Applicator License exam! These courses are being offered this Fall! 

These classes can also be applied toward the California Department of Pesticide Regulation exam and Pest Control Advisor Certification. If this course set interests you, it can be applied toward the Pest Control Advisor program at West Hills College Coalinga. 

Classes start at NDC in Firebaugh on September 16. Register today! 

Crop Science 45-F01 California Pest Control Laws
CRPSCI 45 covers the laws and regulations concerning pest control in California. This course is intended to cover the material needed to pass the laws and regulations section for the California Department of Pesticide Regulations Pest Control Adviser examination.


NDC, Firebaugh , Fall 2017
9/16/2017 - 12/9/2017 
S 8:00 AM - 10:50 AM 
Lecture Web Enhanced 
V. Hochman Adler

Enroll now: 



Crop Science 46-F01 Integrated Pest Management
CRPSCI 46 studies the origin, history, and management measures for insect, plant pathogen, weed, and other pests of field crops, pest biology and life cycles are studied to demonstrate the use of various Integrated Pest Management (IPM) technologies for economic crop production. Pesticide regulations, application, formulations, and materials for specific uses are covered. Laboratory required. (C-ID AG-PS 156L)


NDC, Firebaugh , Fall 2017
9/16/2017 - 12/9/2017 
S 11:00 AM - 1:50 PM; S 2:00 PM - 4:50 PM; T TH 5:30 PM - 8:20 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced, Lab Web Enhanced 
V. Hochman Adler

Enroll now: 
https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=15396&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read


Learn more about the Qualified Applicator License at: http://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/qal.htm 


4th Annual Central Valley Women Veterans' STAND UP

​Central Valley Veterans hosts the 4th Annual Central Valley Women Veterans' STAND UP. This fabulous day celebrates the resiliency, grace and leadership and includes a continental breakfast, guest speakers, seminars on topics unique to women who have served, catered lunch, raffle prizes, salon and spa services, professional clothes closet, and much more - ALL FREE to women veterans and reservists.

What: Women Veterans StandUP

When: September 18, 2017

Time: 8:30am to 4:00pm

Where: VFW Post 8900

Address: 3585 N. Blythe Avenue Fresno, CA 93722

Sign-up with eventbrite:

http://https://www.eventbrite.com/e/4th-annual-central-valley-women-veterans-stand-up-tickets-34290079551?aff=es2

For donations or volunteering, please contact Jill McCarthy at 559-317-6018

Central Valley Veterans is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation. CVV’s federal tax ID# is 201816240. Your consideration of our request and support of our efforts to respond to the unique needs of our Central Valley women veterans is most appreciated!

Enroll in Weekend Classes at WHCL Today!
Are you looking for classes you can take after work or on the weekend? Enroll in one of our weekend classes! Classes are still available and many are only six-weeks long! See below for classes you can enroll in today! 

CUL 61-L02 Kitchen Management
CUL 61 develops the skills used to manage a commercial kitchen. Students will write menus and develop recipes, establish portion sizes and recipes costs, and price the menu items. Students will learn to base production plans on sales forecasts, staff kitchen accordingly, establish policies, standards, and procedures regarding production. Staff issues, facility/equipment maintenance, and kitchen cleanliness will also be emphasized. Advisory(s): CUL 50. This course leads to four industry certifications. 

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
10/14/2017 - 12/9/2017 
S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM 
Lecture And/Or Discussion 
R. Bojorge




Art 42-L03 Art Appreciation
Art 42 provides a general introduction to art that offers a look at works of art through the study of theory, terminology, design principles, media, techniques, with an introduction to the visual arts across time and diverse cultures. No art background is necessary. Successful completion of English 51A (Introduction to Communication Skills), or equivalent is strongly recommended. Advisory(s): ENG 51A

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
11/3/2017 - 12/15/2017 
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced 
K. Kennedy
This course is part of the West Hills College Lemoore Weekend College GE Track

Enroll: 
https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=13745&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read 


Communication 1-L10 Elements of Speech
COM 1 provides instruction in the theory and techniques of public speaking in a democratic society. Discovery, development and criticism of ideas in public discourse through research, reasoning, organization, composition, presentation, and evaluation of various types of speeches including informative and persuasive speeches.

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 9/16/2017 
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced 
D. Johnson


Enroll:
https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=13853&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read

HIST-20-L01 (World History I)
HIST 20 is a survey of the development of world civilization to 1500. Prerequisite(s): ENG 51A or equivalent.

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
8/11/2017 - 9/22/2017 
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 1:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced 

This course is part of the West Hills College Lemoore Weekend College GE Track


Enroll: 
https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=13964&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read



Political Science 1- L07 American Government
Political Science 1 is an introductory study of American government at the national, state and local level. Included are the institutions, processes and policies of the United States and of California. This course satisfies, in part, the American history and institutions requirements for CSU. (AA, CSU, UC)

Lemoore Campus, Fall 2017
9/29/17 - 10/21/17
F 6:00 P.M. - 8:50 P.M.; Saturday 9:00 A.M. - 2:50 P.M. 

Enroll: 
https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=15317&ContentTypeId=0x01007234B47F5E7E4ABC8CCDAC828B5D5BBC00F97048A68E23A54B981D5A33F98F88C1&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read




Sociology 2-L03 Critical Thinking/Social Prob
SOC 2 explores major social problems experienced by society, with an exploration of the role of power in defining social problems, causes and consequences, theoretical perspectives, proposed solutions, and methods of interventions. The course focuses on the application of critical thinking skills to strengthen critical analysis and heighten social awareness. Prerequisite(s): ENG 51A or equivalent

Lemoore Campus , Fall 2017
9/23/2017 - 10/21/2017 
F 6:00 PM - 8:50 PM; S 9:00 AM - 2:50 PM 
Lecture Web Enhanced, Lecture Web Enhanced 
V. Kennedy
This course is part of the West Hills College Lemoore Weekend College GE Track


Enroll: 
https://my.whccd.edu/sites/classsearch/Lists/Sections/CustomDispForm.aspx?ID=14106&InitialTabId=Ribbon.Read







Financial Aid Research Study

Financial Aid Research Study

West Hills College is working with a research organization called MDRC to learn how financial aid can best assist students with managing their finances and succeeding in college.  As part of this study, West Hills College will share your student records data with MDRC beginning in the 2016-17 academic year.  These data include personal identifiers, such as name and contact information, enrollment, credits attempted and completed, grades, and financial aid awarded and disbursed. Information that MDRC collects for the study will be kept confidential and will be used for research purposes only.  If you have questions about the study, or you don't want to be contacted or your data to be shared, please email ALAP@mdrc.org and include your student ID number.

Crisis Text Line

​Feeling Overwhelmed? Stressed? Unsure where to turn? California Community Colleges with Crisis Text Line to provide expanded mental health support for students. Text "COURAGE" to 741741 for round the clock, confidential support from trained crisis counselors. 

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