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Regional Occupational Program
Instructor: Ms. Nuno   
Colton Redlands Yucaipa Regional Occupational Program
 

Welcome to the ROP Fusion Page!

Your source for ROP information and resources for Career/College planning and Employability.  

Our Mission 
Training students to be career ready, technically skilled and academically prepared by providing quality Career Technical Education.

Our Vision
To be the most influential, respected, industry-focused and student-centered Career Technical Education program in our state.

Hello Wildcat students!

My name is Ms. Nuño and 
I am your Career Readiness Specialist. My office is located inside the Career Center.
  • Do you need help with your job application or resume?
  • Are you getting ready for a job interview and are unsure of what to do to make the right impression?
  • Would you like to take a career class online?
  • Are you a little unsure of what to do with your future?
Come to the Career Center and lets work together. 

 
ROP Courses Available at REV: 
 

Course Title

Description

Art of Animation* ​ This comprehensive program introduces students to animation through theory and hands-on training in art fundamentals, drawing, cartooning, and animation basics. It also includes an introduction to computer graphics imaging. Students will study art theory, composition, color, spatial concepts, rendering and animation, using creativity and imagination to convey ideas and tell a story. Integrated throughout Art of Animation are career technical education standards which include basic academic skills, communication, career planning, technology, problem solving, safety, responsibility, ethics, teamwork, and technical knowledge. Activities in this course include work-based learning that connects students to industry and the local community.
Careers in Nutrition and Wellness* Dietitians and Nutritionists organize, plan, and conduct food service or nutritional programs to help promote health and control disease. They may operate individually or in groups in clinical, food service or community settings. They may manage the activities of departments providing food services, as well as plan, organize, and conduct programs in nutritional research.  In this program, students will learn the fundamentals of nutrition while developing an understanding of how nutrition affects people physically, mentally, and emotionally.  Students will learn about the many career options within the field of nutrition in health care, education, industry, government and community health.  Students will research related certification requirements. Activities in this course include work-based learning that connects students to industry and the local community.​
Creating an Online Business* ​
Creating an Online Business provides a background in business concepts including the role of entrepreneurial businesses in the United States and their impact on the local, regional, national and global economy.  Students will evaluate the skills and commitment necessary to successfully create and operate an online business venture.    Students will assess the current economic, social and political climates for their entrepreneurial ideas, evaluating their business concepts, and writing business plans for their online venture.  By the end of the course, students will assess the strengths and weaknesses of an online business concept, collect and organize market research data into a marketing plan, and prepare the financial analysis for their online business venture. Activities in this course include work-based learning that connects students to industry and the local community.
Cybersecurity-I * This course introduces students to computers and networks with an emphasis on cybersecurity.  Using industry-derived curriculum and problem solving exercises, students will learn to secure computer networks and defend against cyber attacks.  Student internships and college credit may be available as part of this course.
Digital Video Production I* ​   This comprehensive program introduces students to the exploration of the world of digital video and film production. Digital Video Production I students will learn the history and development of communication through film and have the opportunity through theory and hands-on training to produce their own films/videos by creating silent films, documentary films, music videos, Public Service Announcements (PSA) and news segments. Students will learn to use industry standard software to create these films and videos. Integrated throughout Digital Video Production I are CTE standards which include basic academic skills, communication, career planning, technology, problem solving, safety, responsibility, ethics, teamwork, and technical knowledge.  Activities in this course include work-based learning that connects students to industry and the local community.  ​
Personal Fitness Trainer* Learn implementation and promotion of safe and effective health and fitness goals for clients and fitness enthusiasts through screening, consultation and evaluation.  Course will emphasize motivation and education of clients in an effort to help improve their levels of fitness and maintain enhanced health and well-being.  Students will learn how to facilitate rapport with clients as well as design programs that help clients improve posture, movement, flexibility, balance, core function, cardiorespiratory fitness, and muscular endurance and strength.
   
   
Web Page Design* Learn the basics of creating and maintaining web sites for business applications.  The use of JavaScript and Dynamic HTML programming languages will be incorporated into the curriculum along with other methods of creating and enhancing web pages using Adobe’s Creative Suite software.  Course articulates with the Art Institute of California and Riverside Community College.

* Articulated Course - Qualify for College Credit
 
  








































































 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Our classes are a great exploration tool that builds both skill and professionalism. Students like 
ROP
 classes because they are "hands on" activities based classes that reinforce academic skills with real world applications. All classes are certified and elective credit. Students must meet minimum of 70% of the course curriculum to earn a certification. ROP CTE course curriculum is updated according to the industry standards for the particular field study. 
ROP CTE course curriculum is also aligned with Common Core Standards. 

I hope to see you soon!

Ms. Nuño
​norma_nuno@cry-rop.org
(909) 389-2500 Ext. 32117
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