Trades being taught:     

 

Our current vocational / trades program is comprised of five career clusters. Each career cluster has an instructor who is an expert in their particular vocational trade.

 

Automotive (AT)

Building Trades / Building Maintenance (BT1)

Building Trades / Bricklaying Masonry (BT2)

Business Information Management (BIM)

Culinary Arts (CA)

Horticulture (HC)

 

Automotive (AT)

 

Our Automotive Technician program takes a multifaceted approach to developing young people. By combining intensive classroom instruction with hands on experience gained in our automotive facility, students acquire a level of proficiency and professionalism that is unmatched by programs of its kind.

 

Upon completion of our Common Curriculum described earlier, students begin to focus their training through course offerings specializing in the Automotive Technician field.

 

Tool Identification and Use

Measurements

Measurement Tool Identification and Use

Use of Parts and Repair Manuals

Basic Automotive Maintenance

Brake System Repair

Lubrication

Tire Repair

Cooling System Repair

Tune-Ups

Available OSHA 10 Certification

Available Food Handler's Certification

 

Building Trades / Building Maintenance (BT1)

 

Our Building Trades program takes a multifaceted approach to developing young people. By combining intensive classroom instruction with hands on experience gained in our facility, students acquire a level of proficiency and professionalism that is unmatched by programs of its kind.

 

Upon completion of our Common Curriculum described earlier, students begin to focus their training through course offerings specializing in the Building Trades & Building Maintenance field's.

 

Tool Identification and Use

Measurements

Measurement Tool Identification and Use

Material Selection and Estimation

Site Preparation

Blueprint and Layout Technique

Basic Carpentry

Construction Framing

Drywall Construction and Finishing

Electrical Wiring Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Plumbing Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

OSHA 10 Certification

Available Food Handler's Certification

 

Building Trades / Bricklaying & Masonry (BT2)

 

Our Bricklaying Masonry program takes a multifaceted approach to developing young people. By combining intensive classroom instruction with hands on experience gained in our laboratory facility, students acquire a level of proficiency and professionalism that is unmatched by programs of its kind.

 

Upon completion of our Common Curriculum described earlier, students begin to focus their training through course offerings specializing in the Bricklaying and Masonry field.

 

Tool Identification and Use

Measurements

Measurement Tool Identification and Use

Material Selection and Estimation

Material Preparation and Application, Layout, Blueprints, and Plans

Floor Covering Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Carpentry Installation, Maintenance, and Repair

Site Preparation

Layout Work

Plaster Placing Methods

Troweling Methods

Finishing

OSHA 10 Certification

Available Food Handler's Certification

 

Business Information Management (BIM)

 

Our Business Computer Information Systems program takes a multifaceted approach to developing young people. By combining intensive classroom instruction with hands on experience gained in our computer lab, students acquire a level of proficiency and professionalism that is unmatched by programs of its kind.

 

Upon completion of our Common Curriculum described earlier, students begin to focus their training through course offerings specializing in the Desktop Publishing field.

 

Computer Hardware Identification and Use

Computer Operating Systems

Keyboarding

Word Processing

Spreadsheets

Databases

Desktop Publishing

Computer Aided Design

Graphic Communication

Filing Systems

Bindery Process

Telephone Skills

Available OSHA 10 Certification

Available Food Handler's Certification

 

Culinary Arts (CA)

 

Our Culinary Arts program takes a multifaceted approach to developing young people. By combining intensive classroom instruction with hands on experience gained in our food service facility, students acquire a level of proficiency and professionalism that is unmatched by programs of its kind.

 

Upon completion of our Common Curriculum described earlier, students begin to focus their training through course offerings specializing in the Culinary Arts field.

 

Equipment/Tool Identification and Use

Weights, Measures and Conversions

Personal Hygiene

Shop and Utensil Sanitation

Basic Nutrition

Menu Preparation

Basic Food Preparation

Available OSHA 10 Certification

Available Food Handler's Certification

 

Horticulture (HC)

 

Our Horticulture program prepares our students to become employed in an industry that contributes over 25 billion dollars to the United States economy every year.  By combining intensive classroom instruction with hands on experience gained in our greenhouse facility and campus, students acquire a level of proficiency and professionalism that is unmatched by programs of its kind.   Students will receive a certificate of 720 hours of hands on training in Horticulture and their Junior Master Gardeners Certification.

 

Upon completion of our Common Curriculum described earlier, students begin to focus their training through course offerings specializing in the Horticulture field.

 

Equipment/Tool Identification and Use

Measures and Conversions

Plant Identification

Interiorscaping

Plant Growth and Development

Horticulture Chemicals

Plant Propagation

Nursery Plant Production

Landscaping Design and Maintenance

Available OSHA 10 Certification

Available Food Handler's Certification

 

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We are currently in a collaboration with Montgomery County United Way and Healing Hands Ranch to teach our kids horticulture and aquaponics!

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The Gulf Coast Trades Center and Raven Charter School District prohibit discrimination on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, political affiliation, or belief, and against any beneficiary of programs financially assisted under Title I, WIOA on the basis of citizenship/status as a lawfully admitted immigrant authorized to work in the United States or his or her participation in any WIOA Title I financially assisted program or activity.

Gulf Coast Trades Center, New Waverly, TX