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20-21 High School Courses{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}20-21 High School CoursesBeginning with the class of 2010, 220 credit hours must be earned in the areas listed below. Ten credits are equivalent to one full year of credit in a specific subject. Please note that 'Max Fee' represents the maximum fee allowed to be charged by the district for that course. Schools may opt to charge less than the approved maximum. Please check with the school about actual fees for a specific course. Please click on one of the links to the left to see all courses in that content area. Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=74869{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}V01Auto Collision-Basic This course is an overview and intermediate instruction in the use of air, electric and hydraulic tools and equipment; paint spray equipment and techniques; parts alignment and replacement; frame repair, detailing, and shop management. Students learn basic skills and techniques in welding, structural and non-structural repair, plastic and adhesive repairs and prep for refinishing. Students also explore career pathways, post-secondary options, and career search techniques such as applications preparation, resume and cover letter writing, and interviewing skills. Membership in the Student Organization SkillsUSA is an integral part of this program.10Practical Arts11th;#12th;#varyIndustrial ArtsSkilled Trades & Technical SciencesNo30.0000000000000 Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=74870{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}V113Auto Shop ServicesThe purpose of this Colorado Community College Career Technical Education Auto Program is to provide students with safety instruction in the shop and on the Automobile. Emphasis is placed on the proper use and care of test equipment, precision measuring and machining equipment, gaskets, adhesives, tubing, wiring, jacks, presses, and cleaning equipment and techniques. Customer Service, entrepreneurship, running a small business, Workplace Competencies/ Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness and soft skills are also a main focus. The lab experience continues to build upon the principles learned. This program offers a pathway to NATEF Certification. 10Practical Arts9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#1 SemesterIndustrial ArtsSkilled Trades & Technical SciencesNo30.0000000000000 Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=74881{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}V89Basic WeldingThis course will instruct students in basic welding methods. It is an entry level course designed to teach the basics of several different welding and metal cutting methods. Students will learn about general shop and metal tool safety, as well as welding safety. The welding methods covered include: Oxy-Acetylene welding and cutting, GMAW / MIG / Flux-Core wire feed and SMAW (stick arc welding). Plasma Arc Cutting is introduced. Membership in the Student Organization SkillsUSA is an integral part of this program.10Practical Arts9th;#10th;#11th;#12th;#1 SemesterIndustrial ArtsSkilled Trades & Technical SciencesNo50.0000000000000 Courses List/DispForm.aspx?ID=75053{a1474b88-e943-4771-be13-3b8882c5fdd4}V31Construction 1Explores the expanding array of careers within the construction industry. Students will be exposed to the construction industry throughout job site tours, hands-on experience, and classroom activities. Math and science application will be established throughout the academic integration of job site technical skills and classroom theory. Membership in the Student Organization SkillsUSA is an integral part of this program.15Practical Arts10th;#11th;#12th;#1 yearPractical ExperiencesSkilled Trades & Technical SciencesNo