CPAVTS Summer 2021 Enrichment Sessions

**All sessions are Monday-Thursday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM**

 

How do I register for a CPAVTS Summer Enrichment Session?

  • Review the Summer Enrichment Schedule below to which Programs and Levels are having Enrichment opportunities and determine if there is for you you are eligible and interested. 

 

  • Print the Summer Enrichment Registration Form or obtain a copy of the Registration Form from the CPAVTS Student Services Office.

Summer Enrichment Registration Form

 

Completed Registration Form must be returned before seat will be reserved.

Lori Staub This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 717-697-0354 ext. 158

David Payne This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 717-697-0354 ext. 173

 

 

 

Is there cost for Summer Enrichment?

No, there is no cost to attend.  Additionally, families in need of assistance can request a $25 Sheetz gas card on the Registration Form.

 

Will transportation be provided to CPAVTS for these Summer Enrichment Sessions?

No, transportation will not be provided.  Students may drive, or parent/guardian can transport student to CPAVTS.

Families in need of assistance with transportation costs can request a $25 Sheetz gas card on the Registration Form

 

Can a student attend multiple sessions?

Yes.  A separate registration form for each session should be submitted to a counselor.

 

What if the Enrichment Session I want is full?

Your counselor will maintain a waiting list for Enrichment Sessions and notify students & families if seats become available.

 

Are these sessions opportunities for remediation or credit recovery?

No.  These sessions are designed to expand on instructional content. Content has been prioritized by instructors to offer opportunities for POS Task List skill development, industry certification completion and instruction that may have been missed during the 2020-2021 school year for one reason or another.

 

 

                   Summer Enrichment Schedule

Program June 7-10 June 14-17 June 21-24
Advanced Manufacturing
All levels:  Enrichment time to work on NIMS certifications and physical projects
N/A N/A
Advertising Art Design
Level 3:  Enrichment will be offered for  students who need to review for and take Certiport Adobe certification tests for InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.  Students will be reviewing notes, study guides and sitting for exams.
Level 3:  enrichment will be offered for  students who need to review for and take Certiport Adobe certification tests for InDesign, Illustrator and Photoshop.  Students will be reviewing notes, study guides and sitting for exams.
N/A
Automation, Robotics, Elect.
Level 2 or 3:  Advanced electronics troubleshooting and diagnostics.  This week will be structured around the idea of taking basic electronics skills and applying these concepts beyond what is required in the POS Task List.  Topics will include using a megameter, oscilloscope measurements, discrete IC diagnostics, etc.
Level 2 or 3: Advanced programming of robotics.  This week will concentrate on how to perform advanced programming functions including force detection, sensor integration, I/O configuration, and safety parameter configuration.
Level 2 or 3: Systems integration and advanced PLC programming. Student will learn how to combine any robot with any digital system using PLC's as a link.  Students will also learn how to use trimmers, counters, and other advanced PLC features to perform advanced functions
Auto Collision N/A N/A N/A
Automotive Tech I
Students will be focused on industry certifications such as OSHA, SP2, Meter Certification and 609
N/A
Electrical review.  Students will review any electrical lessons and practice shop tasks.  Students will also be permitted to focus on other POS tasks if time allows it.
Automotive Tech II & III
Seniors:  Industry certification focus. Emissions inspection, OSHA, meter certification, 609.
Level 2 & 3:  In-depth review of all automotive systems (focus on topics that were not covered in detail), task list completion
N/A
Carpentry
All levels:  Focus on task list completion based on student need for additional instruction and practice.
N/A N/A
Computer Networking
All levels:  Focus will be preparing students for CompTIA A+ certification and completing task list items.  Current 2nd and 3rd year students covered the material last year but were not able to get vouchers to take the certification exam.  This will be a review and preparation for the exam.
Level 2 & 3:  Students will prepare for the CompTIA Network+ certification exam.  
 
Cosmetology I & II N/A
Level 1 & 2 students  will go back over theory lessons that were presented online and practice skills.  Focus will be on reteaching these topics for any students who struggled.  Students will accumulate hours as well.  
Level 1 & 2 students  will go back over theory lessons that were presented online and practice skills.  Focus will be on reteaching these topics for any students who struggled.  Students will accumulate hours as well.  
Cosmetology III
Summer enrichment will be offered for Level 3 students who need to accumulate more hours.  Students will be doing skill practice on the salon floor to prepare for the State Board exam and increase POS Task List completion.
Summer enrichment will be offered for Level 3 students who need to accumulate more hours.  Students will be doing skill practice on the salon floor to prepare for the State Board exam and increase POS Task List completion.
Summer enrichment will be offered for Level 3 students who need to accumulate more hours.  Students will be doing skill practice on the salon floor to prepare for the State Board exam and increase POS Task List completion.
Criminal Justice
Summer enrichment will be offered to students with the following priority and focus:
1. All Levels - Focus on areas of the task list that did not receive the normal emphasis as far as practical work. These areas would include:
a. Crime scene processing (mock crime scenes - evidence collection, latent fingerprinting, scaled sketches, measurements, etc.)  (100 Level)
b. Traffic stops (emergency vehicle operations, DUI investigations, accident investigations, vehicle searches, unknown risk/felony traffic stops). (200, 500 Level)
c. Use of Force Simulator (emphasis on de-escalation techniques, communication, decision making skills, use of force familiarization). (200 Level)
d. Report Writing (applied to criminal complaints, affidavits of probable cause, search warrants). (500, 800 Level)
e. Self-Defense (SPEAR system familiarization). (500 Level)
Summer enrichment will be offered to students with the following priority and focus:
1.  All Levels - Focus on areas of the task list that did not receive the normal emphasis as far as practical work. These areas would include:
a. Crime scene processing (mock crime scenes - evidence collection, latent fingerprinting, scaled sketches, measurements, etc.)  (100 Level)
b. Traffic stops (emergency vehicle operations, DUI investigations, accident investigations, vehicle searches, unknown risk/felony traffic stops). (200, 500 Level)
c. Use of Force Simulator (emphasis on de-escalation techniques, communication, decision making skills, use of force familiarization). (200 Level)
d. Report Writing (applied to criminal complaints, affidavits of probable cause, search warrants). (500, 800 Level)
e. Self-Defense (SPEAR system familiarization). (500 Level)
N/A
Culinary N/A N/A N/A
Dental
Level 3:  enrichment for students who need to prepare for the DANB Radiation Health and Safety Exam and the Infection Control Exam.  Students will be doing skill practice in the Dental Clinic and review to prepare for the RHS and ICE exams.  Also increasing Task List completion
Level 3:  enrichment for students who need to prepare for the DANB Radiation Health and Safety Exam and the Infection Control Exam.  Students will be doing skill practice in the Dental Clinic and review to prepare for the RHS and ICE exams.  Also increasing Task List completion
N/A
Diesel
All Levels:  Diagnostic software: Students will be introduced to manufacture diagnostic software including: Cummins In-Site, Detroit DDL. CAT ET, Volvo Tech Tool.   
All Levels:  Diesel Emissions Components and Operations: Students will be introduced to diesel emissions theory of operation, component location, system servicing and troubleshooting.
All Levels:  Preventative Maintenance:  Students will complete an in-depth inspection of all truck systems and components including oil and filter changes.
Early Childhood Ed.
All levels:  The ECE program plans to run a scaled down pre-school.  This will allow all students to use their practical skills with children, and accumulate hours.
All levels:  The ECE program plans to run a scaled down pre-school.  This will allow all students to use their practical skills with children, and accumulate hours.
All levels:  The ECE program plans to run a scaled down pre-school.  This will allow all students to use their practical skills with children, and accumulate hours.
Horticulture N/A N/A N/A
HVAC
Level 2 & 3:  Students will focus on EPA 608 Certification if they still need to earn this.  They will focus on the practical application of the skills required to meet this certification such as hooking up gauges, recovery to required levels, pressure checking, leak checking, evacuation and charging.
N/A
Level 2 & 3:  Students will focus on EPA 608 Certification is they still need to earn this.  They will focus on the practical application of the skills required to meet this certification such as hooking up gauges, recovery to required levels, pressure checking, leak checking, evacuation and charging.
Logistics
All levels:  enrichment for students who require additional forklift practice in order to receive their National Safety Council Forklift Certification.  The course will include forklift safety rules, hands-on forklift operation, and trailer loading techniques.  Current Level 1 seniors wishing to pursue a job as a forklift operator upon graduation are encouraged to enroll.
N/A N/A
Masonry
Level 3 Masonry, Welding or Carpentry students are encouraged to enroll to earn a certification for the class 7 Tele-handler.  This will include a written and practical exam.
Level 3 Masonry, Welding or Carpentry students are encouraged to enroll to earn a certification for MEWPS (Mobile Elevated Work Platforms).  This will include a written and practical exam.
All levels MASONRY:  Summer enrichment to gain more hands on training to improve skills needed to enter the workforce.  Students will be working on outside building projects.  Students will learn about jobsite roles including lift operator, laborer, lead foreman and masons.  Students will also practice POS Task List competencies to include:  block leads, laying block to line, layout with a laser square, mortar mixing with power miser, grouting an re-enforcement, setting door frames, installing overhead door opening, etc.
Nursing
All Levels:  Students will focus on additional skill practice to work towards mastery and Task List completion.  Instructor will review curriculum in any areas of confusion, or areas where students request reteaching or more practice.
All Levels:  Students will focus on additional skill practice to work towards mastery and Task List completion.  Instructor will review curriculum in any areas of confusion, or areas where students request reteaching or more practice.
N/A
Welding
All Levels:  Students will focus on completing welding certifications and receive a refresher on blueprints.
All Levels:  Students will focus on completing welding certifications and receive a refresher on blueprints.
All Levels:  Students will focus on completing welding certifications and receive a refresher on blueprints.