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  • 1. Programa en Carpinteria Fina at Laney College, Oakland CA
  • 2. Carpinteria Fina Certificate Curriculum
  • 3. Carpinteria Fina Certificate Curriculum
  • 4. First Semester
    • In the first semester, instruction is bilingual (Spanish/ English) and focused on safety and foundational technical skills.
    • ESL follows the wood tech curriculum and activates
    • students’ English
    • skills in context.
  • 5. Second Semester
    • Students focus on operating computerized machinery, and developing professional job skills.
    • Instruction is primarily in English, with Spanish language support by classmates. Technical vocabulary, computer skills, workplace communications, and customer service.
  • 6. Team of Instructors: First Semester
    • Rosendo Deltoro is a graduate of Laney’s Woodworking Program with many years of industry experience.
    • Saul Montoya brings his long experience as manager of a wood shop to the Carpinteria Fina program.
    • Daniel DeYoung, longtime ESL instructor and bilingual educator, provides instruction in English with Spanish language support.
  • 7. Team of Instructors: Second Semester
    • Myron Franklin B.F.A. is department chair of the Laney Wood Technology Program and the Carpinteria Fina Program Director, with 20 years of industry experience.
    • Sonja Franeta, ESL instructor and former industry machinist, is an advocate for immigrant students and a proponent of contextualized teaching and learning.
  • 8. Continuing Education
    • Students improve professional skills operating state-of-the-art equipment, focusing on computer aided design and machining.
    • The department offers CAD CAM classes which teach advanced computer assisted design and manufacturing (WDTCH 30,40).
  • 9. Contacts:
    • [email_address]
    • 510-464-3446 (voicemail)