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VISION STATEMENT

Apollo Career Center specializes

in helping students discover and

develop their unique skills and

interests into solid careers. Our

career tech programs have been

designed to offer different paths

for success, while saving money

and time after graduation.

Apollo programs combine handson

training and college prep

academics to prepare students

to continue their education or go

right to work after high school.

How would you like to spend part

of your day doing something that

you love? Apollo programs allow

you to spend half of your day in

lab working on hands-on projects…

that are really fun!

Apollo Career Center has students

from Ada, Allen East, Bath,

Bluffton, Columbus Grove, Elida,

Hardin Northern, Perry, Shawnee,

Spencerville, and Wapakoneta,

which means you’ll be meeting so

many new people, and making

new friends. Apollo has a diverse

culture and plenty of students who

share the same goals and interests

you do. Make a fresh start in high

school at Apollo Career Center,

with new teachers and classmates.

• REFLECT

• TRANSFORM

• LEAD

APOLLO CAREER CENTER

offers choices to students at 11 area high schools:

Ada

Allen East

Bath

Bluffton

Columbus

Grove

Elida

Hardin

Northern

Perry

Shawnee

CAREER TECH OPTIONS

Spencerville

Wapakoneta

Administrative and Medical Office Technology

Advanced Manufacturing Careers

Automated Manufacturing Technology

Automotive Collision Technology

Automotive Technology

Building and Renovations

Career Based Intervention

Career Exploration*

Carpentry

Computer Information Support

Construction and Equipment Technology

Cosmetology

Culinary Arts

Early Childhood Education

Floral Design/Interiors

Health Science

Multimedia Technology

Print & Graphics

Spa & Esthetics Technology

Sports Fitness & Exercise Science

Welding and Fabrication

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* Sophomores - minimum 4 credits


QUICK FACTS












A solid foundation in academic subjects along

with hands-on training.

Hands-on experience using today’s equipment

and tools.

Transportation is provided from high school to

Apollo and back, or students may drive.

College credit—Students may take advantage

of CCP classes and attend Apollo Career Center for

a career program. Students can earn college credit

through articulation agreements with many colleges,

and Technical Credit Transfers (CT2) are also available

through Apollo programs. Please visit the following

website for more information on program specifics.

https://www.ohiohighered.org/transfer/ct2/ctags.

Placement and school-to-careers

services—Apollo works with area employers to find

students jobs in their chosen career fields.

Home high school activities—Students

can participate in athletic and other extracurricular

activities at their home high schools.

Application—Students apply to Apollo during

the sophomore year. You can apply online at

www.apollocareercenter.com.

Admissions—If you are planning to attend Apollo, you

will need a minimum of eight credits in academic courses

and be on-line for graduation (two English credits, two

Math credits, one Science credit, one Social Studies

credit, and two additional state required courses).

Scholarships—Apollo students were awarded

over $20,000 in academic and career scholarships, in

addition to scholarships awarded at their own schools.

Credentials and certificates—In addition

to receiving college credit for Apollo programs,

certifications can be earned. These credentials and

certificates save Apollo students time and money in

postgraduate training. To learn more visit http://bit.

ly/2eogNsX.

Student organizations and community

service—Apollo provides many opportunities to

develop leadership, project management, and teambuilding

skills.

ACADEMIC COURSE

OFFERINGS

Algebra 1

Geometry

Basic STEM

Integrated Math II

Integrated Math III

Integrated Math

IV

Algebra 2

STEM Math

Advanced Math 1

English 111

(Advanced

Junior English)

English 112

(Advanced

Senior English)

English 3

English 4

Chemistry

Anatomy/

Physiology

Physics

Biology

Environmental

Science

Science 11/12

Government

Psychology

Economics

World Cultures

American History

Contemporary

World Issues

CE/CBI English

(sophomore

English)

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CAREER EXPLORATION (SOPHOMORES ONLY)

The Career Exploration

program is designed for students who

want to learn more about the career

fields offered on our campus. This

year-long program allows students to

explore career areas, earn academic

credits and receive life skills and

mentoring. The program consists of:

• Career Exploration

• Employability/Personal Finance

• Academics:

English

Science

Social Studies

Math

*Academic classes may be a

combination of traditional academic

classroom instruction and virtual

learning courses.

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The Career Exploration program

is designed to provide career-based

knowledge and foundational skills

to meet your needs, interests, and

abilities.

Students will select no less than four

career fields of interest to explore

in approximately six to eight-week

rotations. The rest of the Career

Exploration program will be made

up of guest speakers, community

service projects, field trips, and job

shadowing.

Students select four rotations from

the following programs:

Administrative and Medical Office

Technology

Automated Manufacturing

Technology

Automotive Collision Technology

Automotive Technology

Building and Renovations

Carpentry

Computer Information Support

Construction and Equipment

Technology

Cosmetology

Culinary Arts

Early Childhood Education

Floral Design/Interiors

Health Science

Multimedia Technology

Print and Graphics

Sports Fitness and Exercise Science

Welding and Fabrication

Eligibility

To be eligible to participate in the

Career Exploration program, you must

have four credits.


ADMINISTRATIVE

AND MEDICAL

OFFICE

TECHNOLOGY

Administrative and

Medical Office Technology

will prepare students for careers as an

administrative assistant, receptionist,

record keeper, transcriptionist, medical

office assistant, and office manager,

to name a few. This program also

helps students be better prepared for

college. Students who are organized

and have a strong desire to help others

will do well in this program that trains

students in all office skills, which

include filing, proofreading, record

keeping, mail procedures, composing

business correspondence, medical

terminology, telephone etiquette,

presentations, and employability.

Office workers serve as the

information managers of offices and

are responsible for administrative and

clerical activities that keep a business

running efficiently.

Skills Learned:

• Word processing

• Desktop publishing

• Presentation software

• Spreadsheet

• Filing

• Medical terminology

• Machine transcription

• Accounting procedures

• Employability skills

• Office skills

• Using calculator

Potential Careers:

• Administrative Assistant

• Word Processing Specialist

• Transcriptionist

• Office Manager

• Receptionist

• Record Keeper

• Medical Office Assistant

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ADVANCED

MANUFACTURING

CAREERS

Advanced Manufacturing

Careers prepares students for

careers in robotics, robotic welding,

and welding. Students can prepare for

college, or have the chance to earn

technical and industry certifications

to prepare them for higher wages

following high school.

Skills Learned:

• Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)

• Spray Pulse/Flux Core ARC

Welding

• Oxy/Acetylene Cutting

• Plasma Cutting

• Blue Print Reading

• FANUC Programming

• Yaskawa Programming

Potential

Careers:

• Entry Level

Production

Welder

• Basic

Robotics

Technician

Entry Level

Certifications:

• Yaskawa

Basic

Operator

Programming

• FANUC

Programming

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AUTOMATED

MANUFACTURING

TECHNOLOGY

In Automated

Manufacturing Technology

get ready to work with state-of-the-art

equipment that allows you to complete

the latest robotic and engineering

projects. Take your ideas, designs and

sketches and translate them into reallife

3D designs, blueprints and more.

Students develop strong skills in this

industry by using CAD, 3D Inventor, and

various interactive simulation software

that leads them into a career pathway

that may include CNC programmer,

equipment repair technician, machine

control technician, or production

machinist. Students are also prepared

to advance their education towards a

prospective career in mechanical or

industrial engineering.

Skills Learned:

• Blueprint reading

• CAD

• Robotics

• CNC programming

• Machining

• Design

• Operation of: lathes, milling

machines, grinders, drills, computer

controlled machines

Potential Careers:

• CNC Programmer

• Production Machinist

• Computer Numerical Control

Programmer or Operator

• General Machinist

• Inspector

• Lab Technician Assistant

• Equipment Repair Technician

• Machine Control Technician

• With additional education: Tool &

Die Maker, Mechanical Engineer,

Industrial Engineer

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AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION

TECHNOLOGY

In Automotive Collision Technology students

gain real-life work experience repairing collisiondamaged

vehicles by learning the proper techniques in

using hand and power tools and the latest in automotive

collision equipment. While learning all about structural

and non-structural damage analysis and repair over the

course of this two-year program, students are involved in

developing the skills necessary to understand mechanical

and electrical components, plastics and adhesives, painting

and refinishing, and basic shop and safety practices.

At the completion of the program, careers await as a

collision technician, automotive painter, industrial painter,

automotive damage appraiser and many more.

Skills Learned:

• Use of hand/power tools

• Structural analysis and damage repair

• Mechanical and electrical components

• Plastics and adhesives

• Painting and refinishing

• Basic shop and safety practices

• Welding

• Glass replacement

• Pin striping

• Paint striping

• ASE Certification testing

Potential Careers:

• Collision Technician

• Automotive Painter

• Industrial Painter

• Glass Specialist

• Auto Body Parts or Paint Sales

Representative

• Frame or Uni-body Specialist

• Automotive Damage Appraiser

• Auto Salvage Yard

• Sheet Metal Welding

• Shop Owner

• Graphics and detailing

• Parts Replacement

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AUTOMOTIVE

TECHNOLOGY

Automotive Technology

is a two-year, NATEF/ASE Certified

program that prepares students to enter

a professional career in an automotive

industry, and further their education at

the post-secondary level. Students are

introduced to preventative automotive

maintenance, engine repair, suspension

and steering, and basic electrical during

the first year. During the second year,

students are introduced to electrical

and electronics, engine performance,

manual drive train and axles, automatic

transmission and transaxles, and

heating and air conditioning.

Skills Learned:

• Preventive Maintenance

• Engine Repair

• Brake Systems/Anti-lock Brakes

• Suspension and Steering Systems/

Alignments

• Electrical and Electronic Systems

• Engine Performance

• Manual Drive Trains and Axle

Operations

• Automotive Transmissions/

Transaxles Operations

• Heating and Air Conditioning

Systems

Potential Careers:

• Automotive Technician

• Service Writer

• Parts Technician

• Shop/Business Owner/Manager

• Brakes Specialist

• Tire/Alignment Specialist

• Automotive Instructor

Post-secondary options include:

• Attend manufacturer’s training

Program Completion Incentives:

• Career Passport with documented

skills

• ASE Student Certifications

• Articulation with two and four year

colleges

Automotive Technology

is ASE student certified.

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BUILDING AND

RENOVATIONS

Building and Renovations

involves learning the skills that keep

buildings and facilities operational.

Students train in the skilled areas of

electrical maintenance and repair,

plumbing maintenance and repair and

then get their hands-on experience by

training in drywall, basic carpentry,

basic masonry, painting, and

maintenance. This two-year program

then prepares students for careers

in the building industry where they

can practice as a plumber’s assistant,

electrical assistant, carpenter’s

assistant and more.

Skills Learned:

• Blueprint reading

• Electrical maintenance and repair

• Plumbing maintenance and repair

• Painting and drywall

• Basic carpentry

• Building services

Potential

Careers:

• Building

Maintenance

• Plumber’s

Assistant

• Electrical

Assistant

• Carpenter’s

Assistant

• Remodeling

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CARPENTRY

Carpentry students get one of

the most unique experiences any high

school student could have when they

build a house in the community each

year from frame to finish. Students who

are driven by the energy that comes

from working with their hands and

outdoors will thrive in this program

as they learn the skills it takes to

construct a home and then walk away

saying they built one. During the

two-year program students will learn

skills that include building techniques,

estimating, blueprint reading, building

construction, interior wall finish and

trim, and residential wiring. Upon

completion, our students can enter the

workforce or continue their education

to pursue careers as a project manager

or architect.

Skills Learned:

• Building techniques

• Estimating

• Electricity

• Blueprint reading

• Building construction

• Interior wall finish/trim

Potential Careers:

• Residential and Commercial

Construction Worker

• Roofer

• Sales Representative

• Estimator

With additional education:

• Architect

• Project Manager

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COMPUTER

INFORMATION

SUPPORT

Computer Information

Support is designed for those

students wishing to pursue a career

in the Information Technology field.

The course covers a wide variety of

topics; subjects include business and

office software, computer hardware

architecture, computer system

repair and troubleshooting, network

architecture, network administration,

network and computer security,

computer and mobile programming,

game programming, and website

design.

The focus of the program is to

expose the student to a wide array

of technology fields to help better

prepare them to make a career choice.

Skills Learned:

• Computer Programming

• Computer Repair

• Network Administration

• Network Security and Intrusion

• Internet and Website Design

Potential Careers:

• Help Desk Support

• PC Technician

• Computer Programmer

• Internet Programmer

• Network Administrator

• Computer and Network Security

• Website Designer

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CONSTRUCTION &

EQUIPMENT

TECHNOLOGY

Construction & Equipment

Technology is a dream come true

for those students who like machines!

During the junior year students

learn how to operate and maintain

large equipment such as a backhoe,

bulldozer, forklift, tractor, skid loader,

an excavator, and a dump truck.

Students are then taught concrete and

masonry skills, surveying, and mobile

power repair. After being exposed

to all of this, students enrolled in the

program choose to specialize in one

or more of these areas: CDL, heavy

equipment operation and surveying,

concrete and masonry, or mobile

power equipment. At the end of the

two-year program students will have

career options as an excavation

contractor, mobile power technician,

truck driver/owner, heavy equipment

operator, masonry/concrete worker,

or surveyor.

Skills Learned:

• Heavy equipment operation

• Surveying

• Mobile power maintenance

• Operation and maintenance of:

backhoe

bulldozer

forklift

tractor

dump truck

skidloader

excavator

• CDL training

Potential Careers:

• Excavation Contractor

• Mobile Power Technician

• Truck Driver/Owner

• Heavy Equipment Operator

• Masonry/Concrete Worker

• Surveyor

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COSMETOLOGY

Cosmetology allows students

to potentially be a licensed

cosmetologist by the time they

graduate high school. This opportunity

propels students into the workforce or

allows them to work during college at

something they love. All of this after

learning professional hair cutting and

styling, facial and nail treatments,

make-up techniques and more during

their time in the program. During the

senior year, Apollo cosmetology

students begin patron service in

their very own salon on campus and

are prepared to take the state test

in March! This hands-on experience

enables students to practice as a

cosmetologist after high school, work

as a make-up artist or even one day

own or manage their own salon.

Skills Learned:

• Hair cutting and styling

• Facial

• Permanent waving techniques

• Hair coloring

• Make-up techniques

• Chemical straightening

• Manicuring/pedicuring

Potential Careers:

• Cosmetologist

• Make-up Artist

• Salon Owner and/or Manager

• Color Consultant

• Beauty Product Sales

Representative

• Nail Technician

• Pedicurist

• Platform Artist at Trade Shows

• Certification in Massage

Relaxation after State test

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Cosmetology students begin patron

service in the salon their senior year

and are prepared to take the state test

in March. Most students graduate as

licensed cosmetologists. Students also

obtain a certified tanning certificate

along with relaxation massage

certificate.


CULINARY ARTS

Culinary Arts is a ProStart curriculum and is certified

by the National Restaurant Association, meaning students

enrolled in this program are receiving top-notch training in

the culinary field. If this wasn’t enough, students get handson

experiences operating the Garden Café restaurant

at Apollo Career Center during their two years in the

program. This involves everything from prepping the menu,

serving customers, managing day-to-day operations, and

developing what it takes to one day take a place in the

culinary industry. While using state-of-the-art equipment,

students prepare a wide variety of dishes and baked goods

and are prepared for careers as a personal chef, sous chef,

restaurant manager, caterer and more.

Skills Learned:

• Culinary terminology

• Cooking techniques

• Sanitation and safety

• Food and beverage

cost control

• Kitchen management

and supervision

• Customer service/

guest relations

Potential Careers:

• Restaurant Manager

• Caterer

• Cook

• Personal Chef

• Sous Chef

• Dietician

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EARLY

CHILDHOOD

EDUCATION

Early Childhood Education

provides a hands-on learning

experience for those students

interested in careers in education

and childcare. Students gain actual

experience while working in local

daycare centers, preschools,

kindergartens and special needs

classrooms. They have the opportunity

to earn certifications by the conclusion

of the program that enable them to

work in licensed childcare centers

and to become licensed family care

providers. Students will be prepared to

earn a Child Development Associate

credential, which would enhance

employability in fields related to early

childhood education and care.

Skills Learned:

• Safety and health issues

• Nutrition

• Child development

• Quality child care practices

• First aid

• CPR

• Child abuse awareness

• Lesson planning

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Potential Careers:

• Day Care/Nursery School Teacher

• Licensing Specialist

• Infant/Toddler Aide or Teacher

• Family Care Provider/Nanny

• Referral Specialist

• Special Education/ Elementary

Teacher Assistant

• Children’s Library Aide

• Day Care Director

• Social Worker

• Intervention Specialist

With additional education:

• Elementary Teacher

• Parent Educator


FLORAL DESIGN/INTERIORS

Floral Design/Interiors will teach students

enrolled in the program everything from the basics of floral

arrangements to sales techniques and customer relations.

This program gives students who crave the opportunity

to showcase their creativity the perfect stage in which

to develop an employable skill set during their final two

years of high school. When students complete the program

they are masters in basic and advanced floral arranging,

greenhouse crop management, event planning, basic interior

design skills, home décor, color coordinating, advertising

and more. Career pathways exist in the event management

industry, as a florist, in interior design, at garden centers and

in sales. Students will be involved in FFA, a premier youth

club promoting leadership, and community volunteerism.

Skills Learned:

• Design Styles/

Techniques

• Flower/Plant

Identifications

• Shop Management

• Customer/Sales

Relations

• Event Planning

• Wedding Designs

• Sympathy Flowers

• Greenhouse

Management

• Pest/Disease

Identification

• Home Decor

• Blueprint Reading

• Color Themes

• FFA Leadership

Potential Careers:

• Florist/Designer

• Garden Center

Employer/Owner

• Sales

• Florist Delivery

• Event Planner

• Decorator/Home Events

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HEALTH SCIENCE

Health Science offers a basic

health care curriculum for first year

students and a diversified curriculum

during the senior year. Both tracks

ultimately prepare students enrolled

in this intensive program for careers

in the medical field. From the basics

of CPR and First Aid, to having the

opportunity to earn a State Tested

Nurses Aide certification. In addition

to a phlebotomy certification, students

have the opportunity to explore a

variety of health fields in preparation

for post-secondary study or the

workforce. Students can follow their

dream of becoming a nurse, a physical

therapist, a nurse’s aide or even a

doctor by spending the final two years

of their high school career prepping

in this comprehensive health science

program.

1–CORE

In Health Science 1 you

will learn basic skills that

the vast majority of Health

Care Workers should have.

The Health Science 1–Core

Curriculum includes:

• Safety practices

• Infection control

• CPR and First Aid

• Vital signs

• Nurse assistant skills

• Medical assistant skills

• Physical therapy skills

• Intro to anatomy and

physiology

• Intro to medical

terminology

• Personal qualities

• Careers in health care

• Health care systems

• Communications/

technology

• Employability skills

2–DIVERSIFIED

In Health Science 2–

Diversified, you will learn

advanced skills related to

various health occupations. The

Health Science 2–Diversified

Curriculum includes:

• Legal and ethical

responsibilities

• Growth and development

• Geriatric care

• Cultural diversity

• Home Health Aide

• State Tested Nurse Aide

• Intro to

Electrocardiography

(ECG)

• Laboratory assistant

skills

• Anatomy and physiology

• Medical terminology

• Employability skills

• Clinical experience in

long term care facilities

• Medical office

procedures

• Phlebotomy

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Additional certification opportunities will be added annually.


MULTIMEDIA TECHNOLOGY

Multimedia Technology is the perfect program for

those students looking to merge their creativity in design

with their love of technology. Focused on three career

areas: website design and management, graphic design and

multimedia, this program prepares students with the skills

needed to build and manage a professional website. It also

nurtures the need for strong graphic design skills using the

popular Adobe Creative Suite. With these skills students

are able to enter a growing career field where they can

work as a website designer, animator, graphic designer,

videographer, photographer and more.

Skills Learned:

• Web site creation and

administration using

HTML5

Adobe :

Premiere

after Effects

Photoshop

Illustrator

Dreamweaver

Flash

• Photography

Potential Careers:

• Web Site Designer

• Web Site Administrator

• WebMaster

• Animator

• Graphic Designer

• Video Editor

• Photographer

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PRINT &

GRAPHICS

In the Print & Graphics

program students can explore and

build skills that will help them forge

a career and/or college pathway in

the graphic design and multimedia

industry. Not only will students learn

the fundamentals of these specialized

areas, but they will also have the

chance to work daily with state-ofthe-art

equipment and software like

wide format digital printers, digital

cameras, silk screen machines, Adobe

Photoshop, Adobe InDesign, Adobe

Illustrator and Flexi 8. Students learn

to create effective designs that

communicate visually in both print and

multimedia environments.

Skills Learned:

• Screen Printing

• Vinyl Graphics Lettering, Vehicle

Wrap, Signage

• Photography

• Photo Imaging Design

• Electronic Prepress Design

• Graphic Design

• Web Graphic Design

Potential Careers:

• Graphic Designer

• Vinyl Graphic Designer

• Photographer

• Layout Artist

• Press Operator

• Silk Screen Printer

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SPA AND

ESTHETICS

TECHNOLOGY

Spa and Esthetics

Technology allows students to

become licensed estheticians and

licensed nail technicians before

graduation. Students will operate a

full service spa Wednesday through

Friday on campus. This program allows

licensees to transition directly into the

workforce upon graduation. Students

learn the skills necessary to have a

successful career in the skin care and

beauty industry after taking the Ohio

State Board of Cosmetology exam and

receive and additional certification as a

Certified Tanning Operator along with

a certificate in Relaxation Massage.

Skills Learned:

• Relaxation massage

• Certified Tanning Operator

• Specialized skin care

• Makeup artistry

• Hair removal

• Lash/brow tinting

• Theatrical makeup

• Manicuring

• Pedicuring

• Artificial nail enhancements

Potential Careers:

• Licensed esthetician in salon

• Hair removal specialist

• Makeup artist-special effect and

casual wear

• Relaxation massage

• Tanning Operator

• Cosmetic counter employee

• Product representative

• Marketing materials/Printing

• Licensed nail technician

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SPORTS FITNESS

AND EXERCISE

SCIENCE

The Sports Fitness and

Exercise Science program is

designed to prepare the students

for entry-level positions in any of

the four health-fitness settings:

clinical, commercial, community or

corporate. This program includes

everything from the study of physical

activity to the associated acute and

chronic physiological responses and

adaptations resulting from it. Both

theory and hands-on experience are

included in this exciting program which

prepares students to take the American

Council on Exercise Personal Trainer

Certification Examination (ACE).

Completion of the Sports Fitness and

Exercise Science program may act as a

stepping stone to prepare students for

an undergraduate education in exercise

physiology/science, physical therapy,

sports nutrition, sports medicine,

biomechanics and other allied health

disciplines.

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Skills Learned:

• Athletic Injury

Prevention

• Concepts in

Rehabilitation of

Orthopedic Injury

• CPR/First Aid/AED

• Human Anatomy

and Physiology

• Medical

Terminology

• Fitness Safety

• Sports Specific

Training

• Fitness Screening &

Evaluation

• Health and Fitness

Trends

• Nutrition/Weight

Management

• Wellness Program

Design

• Personal Training

Potential Careers:

• Fitness and

Wellness Sales

• Personal Trainer/

Coach

With additional

education:

• Exercise

Physiologist

• Physical Therapist/

Occupational

Therapy

• Strength

Conditioning

Specialist

• Athletic Trainer

• Physician’s

Assistant

• Chiropractic

• Public Health


WELDING &

FABRICATION

Welding & Fabrication is a

program that teaches such a specific

skill set that the demand for workers

in this industry remains high year after

year. With potential career pathways

that range from a welder, welding

technician, fabricator or welding

supply representative, students have

ample opportunities to advance

directly into the workforce with the

experience necessary to perform the

duties this industry requires. Students

will learn in a hands-on environment

and explore arc welding, blueprint

reading, metal inert gas welding and

plasma cutting, oxy-acetylene welding

and cutting, and tungsten inert gas

welding.

Skills Learned:

• Arc welding

• Oxy-acetylene cutting

• Tungsten inert gas welding

• CNC plasma cutting

• Blueprint reading

• Gas metal arc welding, short arc,

spray pulse/flux core

• Stick metal arc welding

Potential Careers:

• Welder

• Welding Technician

• Fabricator

• Welding Supply Representative

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3325 Shawnee Road • Lima, Ohio 45806-1454 • 419.998.2908 • www.apollocareercenter.com

Apollo Career Center does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its programs and activities.

The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Section 504 and Title IX, Jamie Buell, Supervisor of Student Services, 3325 Shawnee Road, Lima, OH, 45806, 419.998.2920, jamie.buell@apollocc.org.

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