TEMP READING AND MEDICAL Q/A PRIOR TO STUDENT ENTRY
- Entrances to the training facility will be restricted to the Career Pathway Office on the I Street side of the building for students. This will reduce contact with other division staff and other program participants.
- Provide temperature and/or symptom screenings for all students at the beginning of their class and any vendors, contractors, or other visitors entering the establishment.
SCOE STAFF WILL PROVIDE TRAINING ON COVID-19 GUIDELINES TO ALL TEACHING STAFF
- Information on COVID-19, how to prevent it from spreading will be shared with students.
- Staff will provide students with the COVID-19 guidelines as set forth by SCOE and review them for clarity.
PEE- MASK/GLOVES/SAFETY GLASSES PROPER USE OF FACE COVERINGS
- Face coverings are required when social distancing isn't possible
- Face coverings should be put on before entering the building.
- Face coverings can help protect people near the wearer, but do not replace the need for physical distancing and frequent hand washing.
- Students should wash or sanitize hands before and after using or adjusting face coverings.
- Avoid touching eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Reusable face coverings should be washed after each use.
ENCOURAGE STUDENTS TO WASH HANDS OFTEN AND NOT TOUCH FACE/HAND WASHING REQUIRED PRIOR TO CLASS
- The importance of frequent handwashing with soap and water, including scrubbing with soap for 20 seconds (or using hand sanitizer with at least 60% ethanol or 70% isopropanol when students cannot get to a sink or handwashing station, per CDC guidelines).
- Hand sanitizer will be made available to instructors and students.
SANITIZE EQUIPMENT AFTER EACH STUDENT USE
- Perform thorough cleaning on high traffic areas such as break rooms, lunch areas, and changing areas, and areas of ingress and egress including, stairways and stairwells, handrails, and elevators controls. Frequently disinfect commonly used surfaces, including, doorknobs, toilets, and hand-washing facilities.
- Clean touchable surfaces between classes or between users, whichever is more frequent, including but not limited to working surfaces, tools, handles and latches, and controls on stationary and mobile equipment, including surfaces in the cabs of all vehicles.
- Avoid sharing phones, office supplies, other work tools, or handheld mobile communications equipment wherever possible. Individually assigned peripheral equipment (keyboards, handsets, headsets, chairs, etc.) should be provided wherever possible. If necessary, clean and disinfect them before and after each use.
- Never share PPE.
SICK INSTRUCTORS OR STUDENTS TO GO HOME AND STAY HOME
- Encourage students or staff who are sick or exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 to stay home.
Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Training Program
Stanislaus County Office of Education in partnership with Northern California Construction Training, Inc. (NCCT) offers a building trade’s pre-apprenticeship program that helps prepare individuals for entry into the various construction trades apprenticeships. We provide tools, as well as remedial education, and resources to receive a high school diploma. The primary goal is placement in a construction apprenticeship training program.
During the six month program you will learn use of construction terms & equipment, development of proper work habits & skills, general job safety, measurement & basic blueprint reading, enhance & improve Math, Reading & Writing skills, 22 Trades of Construction, and preparation for Apprenticeship exams. The six month program includes;
- Classroom Instruction
- Mock-up Building Practice
- Industry Certifications (students must be enrolled in the program by April 1st and students must attend classes regularly to be eligible for the Industry Certification boot camps)
Industry Recognized Certifications are also offered for the following: Ladder Safety/Fall Protection, Introduction to Photovoltaics - Module 1, Confined Space Entry, Introduction to Photovoltaics - Module 2, First Aid/CPR, Forklift Class 1,4,5, Work Zone Safety/Traffic Control, Uponor/Tracpipe Installation,
OSHA 8HR, OSHA 8 DOT Hazmat Awareness, OSHA 10, Hilti Powder Actuated Tools, 40 Hour Hazwopper, and Flagging (ATSSA).
Enrollment Requirements: Must be 18 years and older. To enroll contact Chris Faix at (209) 534-5989
Check out the videos below to see what NCCT students have to say about the program!
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