Porter, Certificate of Completion
The Porter Certificate of Completion is provided for students through Coastline College’s Special Programs and Services office. This program is a pathway course of study culminating in competent, entry-level job preparedness with a focus on knowledge, professionalism, and personal responsibility.
This certificate program is a response to state and local requests for occupational/educational training for adults with intellectual disabilities to enter the integrated work force.
Courses in this program will be taught by Special Programs faculty with assistance/mentoring from field professionals. Students will enroll in a pathway series of courses with a required externship to earn a Porter Certificate of Completion.
Upon completion of the Porter Certificate, students will have the knowledge, skills, and experience in Porter (light custodial/maintenance) duties to work in a variety of occupational settings, which may include maintenance of residential or commercial properties, groundskeeping and custodial work.
Program Level Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of this program, students will be able to:
- Demonstrate skills and experience required to take part in basic groundskeeping and custodial activities in both residential and commercial settings.
- Independently recall and perform best practices in light maintenance/custodial duties while participating in work activities independently or with faculty, managers, customers, fellow work staff and students.
This award confirms that a student has completed a noncredit program that prepares students to progress in a career path or to take degree-applicable courses.
Students will complete all of the following:
|SPED C076N||Groundskeeping Basics||40|
|SPED C001N||Employability Skills||40|
|SPED C085N||Maintenance Basics||32|
|SPED C002N||Problem-Solving in the Workplace||40|