CAVIAT Central Programs
- Last Updated: 16 October 2015
The Coconino Association for Vocations, Industry and Technology (CAVIAT) has partnered with CCC and Flagstaff Unified School District to provide co-enrollment classes for high school juniors and seniors in structured Programs of Study (see below) at no cost to students. These courses are offered from 1:00 pm to 4:00 at the CCC Flagstaff campuses. Most programs offer the opportunity for students to earn college and/or industry certifications. Some industry certifications require additonal outside work and costs. CAVIAT will sometimes pay for certification costs but approval must be obtained through CAVIAT and when coupled with Dual Enrollment core classes at FUSD provide an excellent start on earning an Associate's degree through the College.
Central Programs of Study
The 2015-2016 CAVIAT Central Programs are linked below. This year, again, there are several changes. Please read the programs carefully and contact our office or CAVIAT with any questions.
Note: The Programs listed below are Central Programs only. Any questions regarding CAVIAT Foundational Programs should be directed to the CAVIAT contact listed below. Please see the important note at the bottom of the page regarding Dual Enrollment under the CAVIAT Enrollment heading.
Alternative Energy Technician
The Alternative Energy Technician program is designed to prepare you to enter the profession, at an entry level position. This program will allow students to explore construction, drafting, electrical wiring, and "green" building techniques that leads to a career in Photovoltaic/Wind power installation or "green" architectural design. This program leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree. Click the link above for the Alt Energy Tech POS page.
Business Management Admin Services
The Business Management Admin Services program is designed to prepare you to enter the business profession, at an entry level position, or to help you seamlessly transfer to a four year institution. This program will allow students to explore General Business, Accounting, Leadership and management career plans and leads to both an Associate of Applied Science and Associate of Business degree. Click the link above for the Business POS page.
Computer Software Technology (Not offered for 2015-2016 Academic Year)
The Computer Software Technology program will prepare you for entry-level positions requiring computer application and tech skills, leads to an Associate of Applied Science degree or to seamlessly transfer to a 4 year degree program. This program of study offers an emphasis in PC Technician and General Technology. Click the link above for the Com Software Tech POS page.
The Hospitality Management program prepares students for entry-level careers with an emphasis on the Hotel Management aspect of the industry. Students completing this program will develop the knowledge and skills to compete in one of Arizona's fastest growing industries. The program provides the foundation necessary for students to continue and complete an AAS Hospitality Management or an AA in Hotel and Restaurant Management through a 2 or 4 year degree program.
Law Enforcement - Public Safety and Security
The Admistration of Justice program is desinged to prepare students to enter the workforce in the criminal justice arena. This program teaches students specific knowledge and skills, which will assist in securing employment in a wide variety of law enforcement and corrections/juvenile detention, positions. This 1 year program will lay the fouondation for students to pursue either an Associate of Applied Science or Associate of Arts Degree in Administration of Justice. Click the link above for the Law Enforcement POS page.
Nursing Services - Certified Nursing Assistant
The nursing assistant program prepares students to work in the health care industry in places such as Hospitals, Doctor’s Offices, Nursing Homes, Assisted Care Facilities, and Home Health Care. This certificate is designed for students seeking an introduction to nursing assisting and the basic skills required for computations, documenting, team collaboration, communication, and client advocacy in the health care setting. It will enhance the knowledge and skills base of care takers already in the workplace. Prepares students for entry level employment in acute care, long term care, and assisted living settings. Click the link above for the CNA POS page.
The Pre-Health Careers Program of Study is designed to provide students a foundation in pre-health careers and and certification (with the necessary Dual Enrolled ENG & MAT requirements) as they progress towards completing an AAS in Pre-Health Careers or an AAS in Nursing. This program also helps to prepare students in seeking entry into the CCC nursing program or other programs throughout the state of Arizona, and/or seeking training and employment in a variety of health professions. Click the link above for the Pre-Health POS page.
Enrollment in a CAVIAT program listed above has to be initiated through the CAVIAT Central Programs website. Students must apply for acceptance through the CAVIAT Central Programs process which includes filling out a CAVIAT application form (see website listed below), filling out a CCC Admissions form, and a CCC Concurrent Enrollment Form. CAVIAT enrollment begins in the Spring for the following Fall semester. Note: Many Central Programs require College level Math and English in order to earn a certificate or degree from CCC. These classes are often offered by FUSD as Dual Enrollment (DE) options. See your HS counselor for information regarding DE classes. Point of contact for enrollment in the CAVIAT Central Programs through:
CTE Program Coordinator/CAVIAT JTED
Flagstaff, AZ 86003
All CAVIAT CCC Co-enrollment programs are free to students. CAVIAT pays the cost for tuition, fees, textbooks and provides transportation between the high school and college campuses. CAVIAT also pays some certification exam fees. See the program descriptions for more information.
Transportation will be provided through FUSD buses from the high schools to the CCC campuses. Students driving their own cars will have to pay for a CCC parking permit - follow this link for Parking & Pricing Information.
All students enrolled in CAVIAT classes with CCC are college students and subject to the Federal rules and guidlines of the FERPA law (see below).
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232g; 34 CFR Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.
FERPA gives parents certain rights with respect to their children's education records. These rights transfer to the student when he or she reaches the age of 18 or attends a school beyond the high school level.