San Bernardino Valley College

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San Bernardino Valley College Apprenticeship Program

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  • San Bernardino Valley College
  • 701 South Mount Vernon Avenue
  • San Bernardino, CA 92410
  • Contact: Peggy Weber
  • pweber@valleycollege.edu
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Meet Your Apprenticeship Team

  • Peggy Weber

    Peggy Weber

    Job Developer Career Technical Education/Apprenticeship Coordinator

    Peggy Weber has been at San Bernardino Valley College for over 9 years, and in Education and Employment profession since 2004. She has been in the development stages of working with the Launch Program to assist students in reaching their individual career goals, affordable education and sustainable employment. Peggy has also been instrumental in helping the college expand Launch careers across the campus in career education disciplines to increase student access to education and resources at low cost or no cost.

  • Program 1/15

    Automotive Tech & Mechanic (Automotive Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • Mandatory course titles for the Clean Vehicle certificate: AUTO 010 Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology, AUTO 011 Electric Vehicle (EV) and Alternative Fuels, AUTO 011L Electric Vehicle (EV) and Alternative Fuel - Laboratory, AUTO 064 Auto/Truck Electrical Systems, or HMDT 064 Auto/Truck Electrical Systems, AUTO 065 Electrical Systems Diagnosis and Repair.
    • Mandatory course titles for the Engine Performance certificate: AUTO 062 Engine Performance, AUTO 062L Engine Performance - Laboratory, AUTO 064 Auto/Truck Electrical Systems, or HMDT 064 Auto/Truck Electrical Systems, AUTO 065 Electrical Systems Diagnosis and Repair, AUTO 090 Engine Repair, AUTO 090L Engine Repair - Laboratory, TECALC 087 Technical Calculations, or transfer-level MATH course.

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 2/15

    Heavy Medium Duty Truck Mechanic Helper (Automotive Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • AUTO 010 Introduction to Hybrid and Electric Vehicle Technology
    • ELECTR 110 Direct Current Circuit Analysis
    • ELECTR 111 Direct Current Circuit Laboratory
    • ELECTR 115 Alternating Current Circuit Analysis
    • ELECTR 116 Alternating Current Circuit Laboratory
    • TECALC 087 Technical Calculations
    • HMDT 042 Zero Emission Heavy Duty Truck
    • HMDT 034 Diesel Alternative Fuels

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 3/15

    Social & Human Services Assistant (Healthcare Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    Unspecified months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • Under Development

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 4/15

    Registered Nurse (Healthcare Industry Sector)Apprenticeship Program

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • 1st Semester: NURS 150 Foundations of Nursing, NURS 151 Introduction to Medical Surgical Nursing
    • 2nd Semester: NURS 160 Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family And Newborn, NURS 161 Beginning Medical Surgical Nursing
    • 3rd Semester: NURS 250 Nursing Care of Children and Their Families, NURS 251 Intermediate Medical Surgical Nursing
    • 4th Semester: NURS 260 Mental Health Nursing, NURS 261 Complex Care and Leadership
    • Additional General Education courses are required

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 5/15

    Avionics/Electronics Technician (Industrial Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program COMING SOON

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • ELECTR 110 Direct Current Circuit Analysis
    • ELECTR 111 Direct Current Circuit Lab
    • ELECTR 265 Digital Logic Design
    • TECALC 087 Technical Calculations
    • ELECTR 115 Alternating Current Circuit Analysis
    • ELECTR 116 Alternating Current Circuit Lab
    • ELECTR 230 Semiconductor Devices
    • ELECTR 155 Electronic Drawing and Assembly
    • ELECTR 266 Microprocessor Technology and Assembly Language
    • ELECTR 220C FCC Rules and Regulations
    • ELECTR 235 Solid State Circuit Analysis
    • ELECTR 270 Linear Integrated Circuit Analysis
    • ELECTR 250C Radio Transmitters, Receivers, and Antennas
    • ELECTR 257C Navigation and Communications Systems
    • AERO 021 Aviation Fundamentals
    • AERO 040 Instrument Ground School

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 6/15

    Industrial Automation & Mechatronics Technicians (Industrial Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program COMING SOON

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • OSHA 035 Federal OSHA Outreach: General Industry Safety
    • ELECTR 110 Direct Current Circuit Analysis
    • ELECTR 111 Direct Current Circuit Laboratory
    • ELECTR 115 Alternating Current Circuit Analysis
    • ELECTR 116 Alternating Current Circuit Laboratory
    • ELEC 101 Supply Chain Technology
    • ELEC 215C Electrical Control of Hydraulic-Pheumatic Systems
    • ELEC 217C Industrial Electricity
    • ELEC 218C Controlling Industrial Electricity
    • ELEC 219C Industrial Electronic Systems Controls II
    • ELECTR 265 Digital Logic Design

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 7/15

    Machine Operator (Industrial Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    12 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • MACH 021 Machine Shop I
    • MACH 075 Introduction to 3D-CAD
    • MACH 090 Mechanical Print Reading
    • MACH 120 Machine Shop Theory

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 8/15

    Manufacturing Engineering Technician (Industrial Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program COMING SOON

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • Under Development

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 9/15

    Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Machine Operator (Industrial Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • MACH 025 General Machine Shop
    • MACH 070 CNC Programming I
    • MACH 072 CAD and Manufacturing Programming I
    • MACH 073 CAD and Manufacturing Programming II
    • MACH 074 CNC Machining Setup and Operation
    • MACH 090 Mechanical Print Reading

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 10/15

    Computer Numerical Control (CNC) Tool Programmer (Industrial Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • MACH 021 Machine Shop I
    • MACH 022 Machine Shop II
    • MACH 070 CNC Programming I
    • MACH 071 CNC Programming II
    • MACH 072 CAD and Manufacturing Programming I
    • MACH 073 CAD and Manufacturing Programming II
    • MACH 074 CNC Machining Setup and Operation
    • TECALC 087 Technical Calculations
    • MACH 090 Mechanical Print Reading
    • MACH 120 Machine Shop Theory
    • MACH 123 Machine Shop III
    • MACH 124 Machine Shop IV
    • MACH 129 Manufacturing Processes

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 11/15

    Industrial Maintenance Electrician (Industrial Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • MACH 010 Fundamentals of Industrial Maintenance
    • MACH 014 Craft-Related Quantitative Skills
    • MACH 016 Construction Print Reading
    • MACH 018 Gaskets, Pumps, and Valves
    • MACH 020 Material Handling and Support Equipment
    • MACH 024 Introduction to Piping
    • MACH 026 Valve Maintenance and Testing
    • MACH 028 Introduction to Bearings
    • MACH 029 Basic Layout for Industrial Maintenance
    • MACH 030 Introduction to Steam Systems
    • MACH 032 Distillation Towers and Vessels
    • MACH 034 Heating and Cooling Towers
    • MACH 050 Electrical Safety and Hand Bending
    • MACH 052 Fasteners and Electrical Theory
    • MACH 054 National Electrical Code (NEC) and Electrical Test Equipment
    • MACH 058 Electrical Print Reading and Wiring
    • MACH 060 Electrical Performance Testing
    • WELD 012 Oxy-Fuel Welding

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 12/15

    Industrial Mechanic (Industrial Technologies and Advanced Manufacturing Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    24 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • MACH 010 Fundamentals of Industrial Maintenance
    • MACH 014 Craft-Related Quantitative Skills
    • MACH 016 Construction Print Reading
    • MACH 018 Gaskets, Pumps, and Valves
    • MACH 020 Material Handling and Support Equipment
    • MACH 024 Introduction to Piping
    • MACH 026 Valve Maintenance and Testing
    • MACH 028 Introduction to Bearings
    • MACH 029 Basic Layout for Industrial Maintenance
    • MACH 030 Introduction to Steam Systems
    • MACH 032 Distillation Towers and Vessels
    • MACH 034 Heating and Cooling Towers
    • MACH 050 Electrical Safety and Hand Bending
    • MACH 052 Fasteners and Electrical Theory
    • MACH 054 National Electrical Code (NEC) and Electrical Test Equipment
    • MACH 058 Electrical Print Reading and Wiring
    • MACH 060 Electrical Performance Testing
    • WELD 012 Oxy-Fuel Welding

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions
  • Program 13/15

    Information Technology Specialist (IT and Cybersecurity Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    12 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • CIT 091 Computer Network Fundamentals (Cisco Networking Academy)
    • CIT 092 Switching, Routing, and Wireless Essentials CCNA (Cisco Networking Academy)
    • CIT 101 Introduction to Computer Literacy
    • CIT 110 Information and Communications Technology Essentials
    • CIT 155 Systems and Network Administration or CIT 128 Introduction to Linux OS
    • CIT 160 Introduction to Information Systems Security

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into the Cybersecurity Support Technician Program requires completion of the IT Specialist program first
  • Program 14/15

    Cybersecurity Support Technician (IT and Cybersecurity Industry Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    12 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • CIT 101 Introduction to Computer Literacy
    • CIT 110 Information and Communications Technology Essentials
    • ECON 208 Business and Economic Statistics or MATH 108 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
    • CS 120 Introduction to Visual Basic.net or CIT 215 Database Management Systems
    • CIT 155 Systems and Network Administration
    • CIT 232 Computer Network Fundamentals
    • CIT 160 Introduction to Information Systems Security

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into the Cybersecurity Support Technician Program requires completion of the IT Specialist program first
  • Program 15/15

    Pharmacy Technician (Healthcare Industy Sector) Apprenticeship Program

    12 months to complete the program

    Access to this program is typically open to:

    • Current employees

      Incumbent workers referred to the program by their employer

    • Current Students

      Students enrolling in the program needing placement with an employer

    • Entry-Level Job Seekers

      Entry-level job seekers with no previous experience

    • General

      Workers with experience in the industry prior to apprenticeship
      Individuals who previously completed specified apprenticeship or pre-apprenticeship

    The courses required

    The courses required to complete the program are listed here. Many other courses of Related Instruction are also available and subject to apprenticeship waiver of fees.

    • PHT-060 Pharmacy System I
    • PHT-062 Pharmacology I
    • PHT-064 Pharmacy Calculations
    • PHT-070 Pharmacy Systems II
    • PHT-071 Pharmacology II
    • PHT-072 Pharmacy Clinical Experience
    • PHT-074 Pharmacy Seminar

    Are there pre-conditions for entry into the Program or for apprentice job placement in this Industry Sector?

    • Must have a California drivers license
    • Must complete an introductory course at the school
    • Employers may require drug test and background check
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Programmay require a long time
    • Entry into Apprenticeship Program includes conditions

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Application Process

The Next Step

Welcome to the Application Process for becoming an Apprentice. We are thrilled that you're considering joining our team of skilled professionals. Here's a step-by-step guide to help you through the application:

1. Fill out the Online Application:

Begin your journey by completing our user-friendly online application form

2. Interview:

Shortlisted applicants will be invited for an interview to discuss their passion for the automotive industry, technical knowledge, and commitment to becoming an apprentice.

3. Final Selection:

Once the application process is complete, successful candidates will be notified, and we will work together to initiate your apprenticeship journey.