Steps to enroll:
1. Pick-up CCSF application in the counseling office or complete on-line www.ccsf.edu
2. Get a parent/principal consent form from your counselor
3. Take a placement test
4. Register for class
Body Repair and RefinishingAUTO 125 - 3 unitsCRN 38642, Section 601Saturday, 8-2:30pm, Evans Campus - Room 110Instructor: Stephen Brady
Repair and refinishing of automotive bodies and fenders including recommendedpractices for repair of body parts, frame straightening and alignment,basic soldering, plastic filler materials and techniques, gas and arc welding, migwelding, preparation of surfaces, painting, finishing and detailing, estimating oflabor, materials, parts and supplies for auto body repair. CSU
Introduction to Construction ApplicationsCNST 100 - 3 unitsCRN and section information will be provided at orientationTuesday & Thursday, 3-6pm, Evans CampusInstructor: Teri Chapman
Overview of trades, design and management occupations connected to buildingprojects. Introduction to use of project documents, plans, and specifications.Introduces relevant green technologies in the construction field. Practice inusing measuring, hand, and power tools.*You may enroll in the free noncredit section of this class, meeting with thesame instructor at the same time: TIXX 1000
Carpentry Framing - RoughTIXX 9708 - NoncreditCRN 43626, Section 802Saturday, 8-2:30pm, Evans Campus - Room 256Instructor: Bo Hong/Rod Jones
Skills and modern techniques to do framing construction to industry standards.Emphasis on blueprint reading; appropriate tools, machines, and equipment;and framing techniques for floors, walls, ceilings, and roofs. Light frame constructionfor pre-apprentices and/or do-it-yourself persons.
Furnituremaking & WoodworkingTIXX 9699 - NoncreditCRN 41299, Section 801 Mon & Wed, 6-9pm orCRN 41298, Section 802 Tues & Thurs, 6-9pmEvans Campus - Room 257Instructor: John McNees
Principles of wood fabrication, emphasizing furniture construction, hand tool andmachine basics, shop safety, design, wood joinery and finishing for the beginningwoodworker.