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Are you looking to make extra money, and be of service to children in need? Consider being a part of this growing field, as a Professional Child Visitation Monitor. The role of the Professional Child Visitation Monitor is to be a neutral party who observes behavior. In this Standard 5.20, 14 hour training, you will be thoroughly trained to be an Independent Professional Monitor or register with a Monitoring Agency. Your training will include monitor procedures, visitation techniques, child abuse reporting, stages of child development, codes and standards, preparing reports and declarations, handling subpoenas, and marketing your business. The Training will consist of lecture, training videos, and role playing. The Court orders a Professional Monitor to accompany a minor child and their non-custodial parent, for various reasons. Your service will allow the custodial parent the reassurance that the child’s physical and emotional safety is being provided for. You will receive a Certificate of Education from the instructor.   Prerequisites: Must be 21 years of age, have post high school education or training per Assembly Bill 1674, and able to obtain a background check clearance and fingerprinting.  $75 cash material fee for your course manual is payable to the instructor.

210177

Schedule : Weekly - Sat 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 2/17/2018, ending 2/24/2018

Tuition: $285.00

Instructor : Shirley Douglass 

Location : ITEC BLDG - Industry Tech Education Center 219 Location : 
  ITEC BLDG - Industry Tech Education Center 219.

Materials Cost: $75.00



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Sign-up and learn how to perform valuable services by certifying or witnessing signatures on official documents, $15 per signature in 2017. Notary skills are valuable in almost any industry: real estate, legal, medical and banking to name just a few.  After becoming a Notary, train to become a Loan Signing Agent and make $200 to $400 per signing. You'll be a part of a rewarding and lasting career. This six-hour state-approved seminar gives you the knowledge to pass the exam and practice as an effective Notary. Participants receive 2 practice tests during the training. Must be 18+ years of age. Students must arrive on time and stay for the full duration of class...Students that arrive late may be asked to leave. Exam is not included in this course. Important Exam Information: Register for the exam by using this link two weeks prior or be a walk-in candidate, (no registration required but subject to availability):  http://www.cpshr.us/exams/notary/howtoreg.html  or by phone at 916-263-3520. New and Renewing Notaries need to bring the following to the exam: 1) A $40 check made payable to “Secretary of State”; 2) Proper ID-current driver license or state issued ID card; 3) Two #2 pencils; 4) 2” X 2” passport color photo. Live Scan fingerprints will be required after you pass the exam. Serious Convictions may disqualify applicants.  

210002

Schedule : Weekly - Fri 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM; starting 3/16/2018, ending 3/16/2018

Tuition: $99.00

Instructor : Notary Public Notary Public Seminars 

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Materials Cost: $35.00



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Sign-up and learn how to perform valuable services by certifying or witnessing signatures on official documents, $15 per signature in 2017. Notary skills are valuable in almost any industry: real estate, legal, medical and banking to name just a few.  After becoming a Notary, train to become a Loan Signing Agent and make $200 to $400 per signing. You'll be a part of a rewarding and lasting career. This six-hour state-approved seminar gives you the knowledge to pass the exam and practice as an effective Notary. Participants receive 2 practice tests during the training. Must be 18+ years of age. Students must arrive on time and stay for the full duration of class...Students that arrive late may be asked to leave. Exam is not included in this course. Important Exam Information: Register for the exam by using this link two weeks prior or be a walk-in candidate, (no registration required but subject to availability):  http://www.cpshr.us/exams/notary/howtoreg.html  or by phone at 916-263-3520. New and Renewing Notaries need to bring the following to the exam: 1) A $40 check made payable to “Secretary of State”; 2) Proper ID-current driver license or state issued ID card; 3) Two #2 pencils; 4) 2” X 2” passport color photo. Live Scan fingerprints will be required after you pass the exam. Serious Convictions may disqualify applicants.  

210002

Schedule : Weekly - Tue, Thu 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM; 2 sessions; starting 5/15/2018, ending 5/17/2018

Tuition: $99.00

Instructor : Notary Public Notary Public Seminars 

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Materials Cost: $35.00



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Free information session for anyone enrolled in or interested in enrolling in the Commercial Drone Pilot Training program. You will have an opportunity to meet the instructor and learn about the FAA certification requirements.  FREE to attend, reservation required by calling 310-660-6460.

210186

Schedule : Weekly - Sat 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM; starting 1/20/2018, ending 1/20/2018

Tuition: $0.00

Instructor : Flying Lion, Inc. 

Location : Alondra Rm (Book Store Building) Location : 
  Alondra Rm (Book Store Building).

Materials Cost: $0.00



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sUAS (small Unmanned Aerial Systems) RPIC (Remote Pilot in Command)Training Program 37 classroom hours + 120 Externship hours Experts speculate that by the year 2020 there will be more than 23 million sUAS (drones) in service and based on the current aircraft to pilot ratio and the FAA requirement of one pilot per drone, there will need to be 650,000 commercial drone pilots to fly these aircraft.  Currently there are only 65,000 commercial drone pilots, so get your RPIC certification for this industry that is taking off!   This 3-part Commercial Drone Pilot job training course prepares you to pass the FAA part 107 Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) exam and receive their RPIC certification.  The course work covers: Regulations, National Airspace, Aircraft Performance, Operations, and Weather.  Additionally, students will be given physical flight training with various types of sUAS (drones).   This program is designed to optimally prepare you to perform the duties of a Commercial RPIC that are required in any commercial drone setting including public safety, cinematic, realty, construction, transportation, and surveying.  Students will learn to assist established Commercial sUAS operators in “real-life” situations. Course includes all classroom lab materials and textbooks.   Prerequisites: 16+ years of age.  Parental/Guardian Release form required for Students under 18 years of age. High school Senior/High School Diploma or GED   Course Work Requirements: Attending 21 hours in-class and completing homework, quizzes and exams, successful complete 16 hours of sUAS flight training and successful completion of 120 hour externship. To pass this program students must: Score a minimum of 70 percent on the final exam (FAA Part 107 Exam). 1. Regular internet and email access. 2. Regular attendance required.   Part 1 is a 21-hour lecture and “real-life” FAA Part 107 RPIC Exam course.  Part 2 is a 16 hour “hands-on” sUAS Pilot Training. Part 3 is a 120-hour externship.    

210184

Schedule : Weekly - Tue 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM; 7 sessions; starting 2/6/2018, ending 3/20/2018

Tuition: $399.00

Instructor : Flying Lion, Inc. 

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Materials Cost: $0.00



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sUAS (small Unmanned Aerial Systems) RPIC (Remote Pilot in Command)Training Program 37 classroom hours + 120 Externship hours Experts speculate that by the year 2020 there will be more than 23 million sUAS (drones) in service and based on the current aircraft to pilot ratio and the FAA requirement of one pilot per drone, there will need to be 650,000 commercial drone pilots to fly these aircraft.  Currently there are only 65,000 commercial drone pilots, so get your RPIC certification for this industry that is taking off!   This 3-part Commercial Drone Pilot job training course prepares you to pass the FAA part 107 Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) exam and receive their RPIC certification.  The course work covers: Regulations, National Airspace, Aircraft Performance, Operations, and Weather.  Additionally, students will be given physical flight training with various types of sUAS (drones).   This program is designed to optimally prepare you to perform the duties of a Commercial RPIC that are required in any commercial drone setting including public safety, cinematic, realty, construction, transportation, and surveying.  Students will learn to assist established Commercial sUAS operators in “real-life” situations. Course includes all classroom lab materials and textbooks.   Prerequisites: 16+ years of age.  Parental/Guardian Release form required for Students under 18 years of age. High school Senior/High School Diploma or GED   Course Work Requirements: Attending 21 hours in-class and completing homework, quizzes and exams, successful complete 16 hours of sUAS flight training and successful completion of 120 hour externship. To pass this program students must: Score a minimum of 70 percent on the final exam (FAA Part 107 Exam). 1. Regular internet and email access. 2. Regular attendance required.   Part 1 is a 21-hour lecture and “real-life” FAA Part 107 RPIC Exam course.  Part 2 is a 16 hour “hands-on” sUAS Pilot Training. Part 3 is a 120-hour externship.    

210184

Schedule : Weekly - Tue 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM; 7 sessions; starting 3/27/2018, ending 5/8/2018

Tuition: $399.00

Instructor : Flying Lion, Inc. 

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Materials Cost: $0.00



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Part 2: Prerequisite: Must complete Part 1 or have a RPIC Certificate sUAS (small Unmanned Aerial Systems) RPIC (Remote Pilot in Command)Training Program 37 classroom hours + 120 Externship hours Experts speculate that by the year 2020 there will be more than 23 million sUAS (drones) in service and based on the current aircraft to pilot ratio and the FAA requirement of one pilot per drone, there will need to be 650,000 commercial drone pilots to fly these aircraft.  Currently there are only 65,000 commercial drone pilots, so get your RPIC certification for this industry that is taking off!   This 3-part Commercial Drone Pilot job training course prepares you to pass the FAA part 107 Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) exam and receive their RPIC certification.  The course work covers: Regulations, National Airspace, Aircraft Performance, Operations, and Weather.  Additionally, students will be given physical flight training with various types of sUAS (drones).   This program is designed to optimally prepare you to perform the duties of a Commercial RPIC that are required in any commercial drone setting including public safety, cinematic, realty, construction, transportation, and surveying.  Students will learn to assist established Commercial sUAS operators in “real-life” situations. Course includes all classroom lab materials and textbooks.   Prerequisites: 16+ years of age.  Parental/Guardian Release form required for Students under 18 years of age. High school Senior/High School Diploma or GED   Course Work Requirements: Attending 21 hours in-class and completing homework, quizzes and exams, successful complete 16 hours of sUAS flight training and successful completion of 120 hour externship. To pass this program students must: Score a minimum of 70 percent on the final exam (FAA Part 107 Exam). 1. Regular internet and email access. 2. Regular attendance required.   Part 1 is a 21-hour lecture and “real-life” FAA Part 107 RPIC Exam course.  Part 2 is a 16 hour “hands-on” sUAS Pilot Training. Part 3 is a 120-hour externship.    

210184

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 3/25/2018, ending 4/1/2018

Tuition: $499.00

Instructor : Flying Lion, Inc. 

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Materials Cost: $0.00



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Part 2: Prerequisite: Must complete Part 1 or have a RPIC Certificate sUAS (small Unmanned Aerial Systems) RPIC (Remote Pilot in Command)Training Program 37 classroom hours + 120 Externship hours Experts speculate that by the year 2020 there will be more than 23 million sUAS (drones) in service and based on the current aircraft to pilot ratio and the FAA requirement of one pilot per drone, there will need to be 650,000 commercial drone pilots to fly these aircraft.  Currently there are only 65,000 commercial drone pilots, so get your RPIC certification for this industry that is taking off!   This 3-part Commercial Drone Pilot job training course prepares you to pass the FAA part 107 Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) exam and receive their RPIC certification.  The course work covers: Regulations, National Airspace, Aircraft Performance, Operations, and Weather.  Additionally, students will be given physical flight training with various types of sUAS (drones).   This program is designed to optimally prepare you to perform the duties of a Commercial RPIC that are required in any commercial drone setting including public safety, cinematic, realty, construction, transportation, and surveying.  Students will learn to assist established Commercial sUAS operators in “real-life” situations. Course includes all classroom lab materials and textbooks.   Prerequisites: 16+ years of age.  Parental/Guardian Release form required for Students under 18 years of age. High school Senior/High School Diploma or GED   Course Work Requirements: Attending 21 hours in-class and completing homework, quizzes and exams, successful complete 16 hours of sUAS flight training and successful completion of 120 hour externship. To pass this program students must: Score a minimum of 70 percent on the final exam (FAA Part 107 Exam). 1. Regular internet and email access. 2. Regular attendance required.   Part 1 is a 21-hour lecture and “real-life” FAA Part 107 RPIC Exam course.  Part 2 is a 16 hour “hands-on” sUAS Pilot Training. Part 3 is a 120-hour externship.    

210184

Schedule : Weekly - Sun 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 5/13/2018, ending 5/20/2018

Tuition: $499.00

Instructor : Flying Lion, Inc. 

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Materials Cost: $0.00



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Part 3: RPIC Training Externship: 120-hour externship at in a commercial setting.    sUAS (small Unmanned Aerial Systems) RPIC (Remote Pilot in Command)Training Program 37 classroom hours + 120 Externship hours Experts speculate that by the year 2020 there will be more than 23 million sUAS (drones) in service and based on the current aircraft to pilot ratio and the FAA requirement of one pilot per drone, there will need to be 650,000 commercial drone pilots to fly these aircraft.  Currently there are only 65,000 commercial drone pilots, so get your RPIC certification for this industry that is taking off!   This 3-part Commercial Drone Pilot job training course prepares you to pass the FAA part 107 Remote Pilot in Command (RPIC) exam and receive their RPIC certification.  The course work covers: Regulations, National Airspace, Aircraft Performance, Operations, and Weather.  Additionally, students will be given physical flight training with various types of sUAS (drones).   This program is designed to optimally prepare you to perform the duties of a Commercial RPIC that are required in any commercial drone setting including public safety, cinematic, realty, construction, transportation, and surveying.  Students will learn to assist established Commercial sUAS operators in “real-life” situations. Course includes all classroom lab materials and textbooks.   Prerequisites: 16+ years of age.  Parental/Guardian Release form required for Students under 18 years of age. High school Senior/High School Diploma or GED   Course Work Requirements: Attending 21 hours in-class and completing homework, quizzes and exams, successful complete 16 hours of sUAS flight training and successful completion of 120 hour externship. To pass this program students must: Score a minimum of 70 percent on the final exam (FAA Part 107 Exam). 1. Regular internet and email access. 2. Regular attendance required.   Part 1 is a 21-hour lecture and “real-life” FAA Part 107 RPIC Exam course.  Part 2 is a 16 hour “hands-on” sUAS Pilot Training. Part 3 is a 120-hour externship.    

210185

Schedule : ; ; Class Skip Dates :Complete within 6 month(s)

Tuition: $799.00

Instructor : Flying Lion, Inc. 

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Materials Cost: $0.00



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Make $3K-$6K per month buying, selling or exporting wholesale cars from home.  Students will learn step-by-step directions on how to obtain an auto dealer license and how to operate a profitable used-car business.  By the end of this course,  students will know how to and where to buy vehicles, motorcycles, commercial, off-road and RV’s at wholesale prices and sell for a profit.  Tips on how to supplement your 9-5 with $3,000 - $6,000 income per month on a part-time basis will also be provided.  Students will receive a DMV Certificate of Completion at the end of the class.

210153

Schedule : Weekly - Wed, Thu 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 1/24/2018, ending 1/25/2018

Tuition: $55.00

Instructor : Ronald Williams 

Location : TBA Location : 
  TBA.

Materials Cost: $25.00



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Make $3K-$6K per month buying, selling or exporting wholesale cars from home.  Students will learn step-by-step directions on how to obtain an auto dealer license and how to operate a profitable used-car business.  By the end of this course,  students will know how to and where to buy vehicles, motorcycles, commercial, off-road and RV’s at wholesale prices and sell for a profit.  Tips on how to supplement your 9-5 with $3,000 - $6,000 income per month on a part-time basis will also be provided.  Students will receive a DMV Certificate of Completion at the end of the class.

210153

Schedule : Weekly - Mon, Tue 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM; 2 sessions; starting 5/7/2018, ending 5/8/2018

Tuition: $55.00

Instructor : Ronald Williams 

Location : Manhattan Beach Blvd Modules (MBBM) 134 Location : 
  Manhattan Beach Blvd Modules (MBBM) 134.

Materials Cost: $25.00



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Are people always telling you that you have a great voice? Do you often find yourself listening to your favorite audiobook, commercial or cartoon character and thinking, “I could do that”!? This fun and empowering two hour introductory workshop covers the different types of voiceovers and what tools are needed in order to find success in the industry. You’ll be coached as you perform a real voiceover script and be recorded so that you can receive a professional voiceover evaluation later. After class you will have the knowledge necessary to help you decide if this is something you’d like to pursue. Taught by a professional voice actor from the Voice Acting Training Company, Voices For All.  

210146

Schedule : Weekly - Sat 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM; starting 12/9/2017, ending 12/9/2017

Tuition: $59.00

Instructor : Voices For All Voices For All 

Location : ITEC BLDG - Industry Tech Education Center 116 Location : 
  ITEC BLDG - Industry Tech Education Center 116.

Materials Cost: $0.00



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