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Adult Student Registration

Registration assistance for adult residents of North Orange County is available at the ROP Education Center, 385 N. Muller Street, Anaheim, Ca 92801. 

Adult students register in person at the Student Information Services front counter.
There is a $60 fee per class, per semester, and fee waivers are based on household income.    More >

The Student Information Services department provides details regarding the status of classes, and information about grades, transcripts, and credits.

High School Student Registration

High school student registration is available at participating high schools district schools.  Students register for ROP classes with their counselor or career guidance specialist.   ROP offers students with various opportunities for taking daytime and/or afterschool classes.  Learning takes place at high schools, at ROP Career Technical Institute campuses, and at hundreds of local businesses that serve as job training sites.  High school students can select ROP career-technical courses in over a dozen career pathways (industry sectors).  There are no registration or materials fees for public high school students.

The Student Information Services department provides details regarding the status of classes, and information about grades, transcripts, and credits. 

Private school or home-schooled students and out-of-district students, please call 714-502-5859 to register for classes.  Services available to you include care career counseling and course registration.  Credits your recieve are determined by your attendance and active participation in class, and the policies of your home high school and/or district.  

 

High School Student Surveys


Classes with Prerequisites

Examples of class prerequisites:  a ServSafe® certificate is a requirement for most culinary classes; Letter of acceptable assessment score for Medical Core; Letter of eligibility from the Learning Lab for Medical Core. You must be able to show that you have satisfactorily completed prerequisites to enroll.  For descriptions of classes, see courses.

Health Sciences and Medical Technology Classes

Before registering in Health Sciences and Medical Technology classes you should:

Enroll in Medical Core first
, as this is the prerequisite class for most (but not all)
   Health Sciences & Medical Technology classes.

Adults must pass pre-entrance assessment to enroll in Medical Core (and to proceed
   to other medical classes).
 
High school students
need counselor referral for Medical Core.

Pre-entrance assessment is required for adults before
proceeding to Medical Core, and other medical classes.

Adults: Reservations must be made in advance to reserve a seat for the required exam. Please wait until the assessment reservation date to call to make your reservation. Find related dates and detail in the left hand column of this page.


 

CPR Class Registration for
High School Students

CPR Registration now takes place at the
ROP Education Center

Student Services Department (front desk)385 N. Muller St., AnaheimHours are 8:00 am-5:00 pm,  Monday – Friday

(classes will remain at East Ball Road)

 

CPR Class Schedule with months, dates, times

See your counselor to obtain the necessary pre-registration form.  The pre-registration form must be signed by your counselor and your parent(s)/guardian(s).  

High school students bring completed form to the ROP Education Center. 

CPR classes and CPR cards are free for high school students. 

 

CPR Class Registration for
Adults/Health Care Providers

Adults register in person at the Education Center in Anaheim ($55 fee).

CPR registration is $55 for adult students
, payable at the time of registration.  Fee is nonrefundable. If a student does not attend the class, re-registration is an additional $10.

The CPR Class Schedule has months, dates, and times. This class meets the CPR requirements for Health Occupations clinical classes.  Visit www.emt-oc.com for more EMT and CPR information.

Adult Expenses & Fees

There is a $60 registration for each class, per semester (non fee-based classes) for adults. The fee may be waived for need, based on household income.  If your household income is $23,400 per year or less, you may be exempt from the $60 registration fee and qualify for a fee waiver More >

Some classes that are not fee-based require  materials fees for adult students.  Materials fees are due the 1st week of class.

There are additional expenses for adult students in some classes (various costs for books, uniforms tools, etc.)  Fee for pre-entrance assessment for medical classes is $5 (details below).


Fee refunds ($60 ) for adult registration are given only if the class for which you registered is cancelled or over-enrolled.  Registration receipts must be presented for a refund and must be processed before the current semester ends.

Adult Fee-based Programs

Adults register in person at the ROP Education Center.  Call 714-502-5858 to check on class prerequisites, status, and exact tuition/costs.  Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Fee-based Programs are Health Sciences Courses offered only to adults (or students who qualify as having adult status). The Adult Fee-Based Programs page includes policies, details, and the current schedule.  
More >

Summer fee-based classes for graduating HS seniors

Pre-entrance assessment:
Saturday, May 3, 2014 

High school graduating seniors interested in taking either the summer fee-based Medical Core class, or EMT fee-based classes during the summer will be required to take a pre-entrance assessment of basic skills in reading and math.  Graduating seniors will be enrolled in ROP summer fee-based classes as adults.

Students will have the opportunity to test for these classes on Saturday, May 3, 2014. 

The assessment will be held at the ROP Education Center located at 385 N. Muller Street,  Anaheim.

Check-in will begin at 8:00 a.m. and students must bring a picture I.D. to present at that time.

The test will begin promptly at 8:30 a.m. and students will have a maximum of one hour and fifteen minutes to complete the assessment.

Students wishing to take the assessment are to call 714/502-5858 to reserve a seat.

If you require any other information please call 714/502-5858.


Interested in high school graduation credits/and or articulation with local community colleges?  Talk with your on-campus counselor or career guidance specialist (CGS).

ROP Education Center Education CenterROP Education Center

ROP Education Center
385 N. Muller Street
Anaheim, CA  92801
Office hours: 8:00 am - 5:00 Pm
Monday through Friday
714-502-5858

Student Information Services:
714-502-5858



CPR Class Registration: 714-502-5858
CEUs for CNAs and HHAs
Medical Continuing Education/
   Direct Support Professional Training
   (DSP)
: 714-502-5853

Disabled Student Services:
    High Tech Center for the Visually
     Impaired: 714-502-5857

Workforce Investment Act:
    714-502-5875

WorkAbility I: 714-502-5851,
    714-502-5828, or 714-502-5868

 

Summer fee-based classes:
Adult Assessment

Summer 2014, Pre-entrance Assessment For Medical Classes

Monday, May 5, 2:30 PM
Wednesday, May 7, 9:30 AM
• Wednesday, May 28, 9:30 AM
• Wednesday, June 4, 9:30 AM


 

*Pre-entrance Assessment for Graduating HS students is Saturday, May 3.  See top of page.

Pre-entrance Testing for Adults for:
Medical Core (prerequisite class)
Medical Fee-based Courses

Adults: Call 714-0502-5858 to reserve a seat for the required exam. Assessment fee: $5, payable in cash upon arrival to take the exam.   More >

 

 Reservation Date

Mid-spring Session II:  You may call on or after, February 6, 2014

2014 Assessment
Actual Days and Times: TBA

Summer Assessment Reservation Date

Summer:  You may call on or after, Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Summer  2014 Assessment
Actual Days and Times:

More about the Assessment Exam:

Assessment Exam Details

• Reservations are ongoing until filled.
• Reservations are REQUIRED for the exam
• Pre-entrance assessment is a prerequisite for Medical Core and other specified Health Sciences classes.
• The fee for the assessment exam is $5, payable in cash upon arrival to take the exam.

Please arrive 15 to 30 minutes before the exam start time.  The fee is non-refundable.

• Exam consists of basic reading and math (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, and fractions.
• There are 50 reading, and 40 math, multiple choice questions.
• The maximum test time limit is one hour and fifteen minutes.
• If you complete the test before maximum time limit, you will be allowed to leave.

Note: This pre-entrance assessment is NOT the assessment required for the Vocational Nursing program.

Attainment of required academic level in pre-entrance assessment, or approval by ROP administration is required to enroll in EMT, Medical Core, and Telemetry Technician.