Theme Park Technician Certificate
Division: Fine Arts
PROGRAM CODE: 2C36819A
The Theme Park Technician Certificate is designed to prepare the student for occupational competency as a technician for theme parks. This certificate program requires a total of 22 units of all of which are in required courses. A grade of C or better is required in each course taken.
|Required Courses (19 units):|
|THEA 091 F||Video and Scenic Projection for the Theatre||2|
|THEA 093 F||Rigging for the Theatre||1|
|THEA 094 F||Systems Maintenance and Troubleshooting for Theatre||2|
|THEA 141 F||Introduction to Technical Theatre||4|
|THEA 143 F||Stagecraft||4|
|THEA 160 F||Introduction to Sound Technology 1||3|
|THEA 170 F||Beginning Theatrical Lighting (formerly THEA 144 F) 1||3|
|Required State Crew Activity Courses (1 unit):||1|
|Introduction to Stage Crew Activity (formerly THEA 149 F)||0.5-3|
|Beg Stage Crew Activity||0.5-3|
|Intermediate Stage Crew Activity||0.5-3|
|Advanced Stage Crew Activity||0.5-3|
|Required Production Courses (2 units):||2|
|Beginning Theatre Practicum (formerly THEA 133 F)||1-2|
|Beginning Musical Theatre Production||0.5-3|
|Intermediate Theatre Practicum||1-2|
|Intermediate Musical Theatre Production||0.5-3|
Require concurrent enrollment in THEA 153 F or THEA 159 F or THEA 249 F or THEA 250 F.
Outcome 1: Illustrate, evaluate and employ the correct, safe and efficient use of tools, hardware and equipment associated with maintenance and troubleshooting of the various theatrical systems.
Outcome 2: Differentiate and explain the different types of drawings associated with maintenance and troubleshooting of the various theatrical systems.
Outcome 3: Determine and formulate the correct method for repairing equipment associated with maintenance and troubleshooting of the various theatrical systems.