School of Engineering and Design

School of Engineering and Design

Jobs in the engineering sector are in demand. Build your foundation for your future with an exciting career pathway at SoCal ROC's School of Engineering and Design. Activities are hands-on and project-based. Students learn how to use math, science, and technology for problem-solving to construct model airplanes, repair cars, trouble-shoot computer hardware, connect computer networks, design 3D architecture, design products, interpret blueprints, understand principles and laws of engineering, assemble robots, weld metal, wire structures, thread pipes, and participate in many other team-building projects.

 

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A+ Certification

Prepare to enter the booming technology repair field!

Automotive Module I

Do you love cars? Work on cars and prepare for employment in the automotive industry.

Automotive Module II

Do you love cars? Work on cars and prepare for employment in the automotive industry.

Automotive Module III

Do you love cars? Work on cars and prepare for employment in the automotive industry.

Automotive Module IV Part One: Heating and Air Conditioning

Do you love cars? Work on cars and prepare for employment in the automotive industry.

CAD (Advanced)

Design and prepare plans for using computer-aided design and drafting.

CAD (Basic)

Design and prepare plans for using computer-aided design and drafting.

Civil Engineering/Architecture

Imagine building structures and developing property. In this course, students use software to design 3D structures.

CompTIA Server+ Certification

This class is designed for the individual seeking to become a System Administrator or Advanced Computer Technician.

Computer Technician

This could be the first step toward your new career.

Engine Performance

Learn the tools of an engine.

HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning)

Start your own HVAC business. Learn the tools of heating, ventilation, and air conditioning

Residential Electrical Wiring

Learn how to do basic electrical wiring in new and existing homes.

Welding Modules I

For the student interested in entering an exciting field with outstanding employment opportunities, or who wants to improve his/her current welding skill level.

Welding Modules II

For the student interested in entering an exciting field with outstanding employment opportunities, or who wants to improve his/her current welding skill level.

Welding Modules III

For the student interested in entering an exciting field with outstanding employment opportunities, or who wants to improve his/her current welding skill level.

Welding Modules IV

For the student interested in entering an exciting field with outstanding employment opportunities, or who wants to improve his/her current welding skill level.

All courses offered to high school students by SoCal ROC and SoCal ROC in partnership with PV.Net are WASC accredited. 

The following courses being offered via PV.Net in partnership with SoCal ROC.

2020 Summer Schedule

If you have any questions, contact PV.Net at 310-541-7992 or education@pvnet.com.