2009 - 2010 College Catalog by ​Moorpark College

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exotic animal training and management exotic animal training and management eatm m02b – 0.5 unit zoo work skills first year wi eatm m02f – 1.5 units zoo work skills second year #2 prerequisites eatm m02a class hours 2 lab prerequisites eatm m02e class hours 5 lab during the winter intersession provides the first year student an on-campus zoo laboratory for supervised on-the-job zoo-keeping work experience and additional skill practice in animal care and handling work assignments include participating as a zoo operations team member holiday/winter intersession zoo-keeping weekend area assisting with daily zoo operations zoo maintenance and improvement projects day watch with safety rounds leading tours with holiday theme and assisting with holiday educational presentations applies to associate degree provides the second year spring semester student an on-campus zoo laboratory for supervised on-the-job advanced zoo-keeping work experience and skill practice in animal care handling and training work assignments include mentor to first year students weekday/weekend zoo operations team leader training sessions with assigned animals exhibiting assigned animals in weekend shows participating as a zoo operations team member and leader intermediate-advanced zoo daily operations maintenance and improvement projects day watch with safety rounds and conducting tours applies to associate degree eatm m02c – 1.5 units zoo work skills first year #2 eatm m15a – 1 unit wildlife education i prerequisites eatm m02b corequisite eatm m01b class hours 5.5 lab prerequisites admission to eatm program corequisite eatm m15al class hours 1 lecture provides the first year spring semester student an on-campus zoo laboratory for supervised on-the-job zoo-keeping work experience and additional skill practice in animal care and handling work assignments include participating as a zoo operations team member and team leader holiday/spring break zookeeping weekend area zoo daily operations maintenance and improvement projects day watch with safety rounds leading tours and participating in educational presentations applies to associate degree instructs the student in the use of live animals for educational presentations in zoos and other situations includes public speaking environmental education interpretation techniques and the handling of animals for presentations applies to associate degree eatm m15al – 1 unit wildlife education i lab eatm m02d – 3 units zoo work skills second year ss prerequisites admission to eatm program corequisite eatm m15a class hours 3 lab prerequisites eatm m02c class hours 9 lab provides the student with the opportunity to develop public speaking skills interpretation techniques and animal handling skills appropriate for educational presentations in zoos and other situations requires making presentations to both large and small audiences and conducting tours of the teaching zoo may be taken for a total of two 2 times for credit applies to associate degree provides the second year summer session student an on-campus zoo laboratory for supervised on-the-job intermediate zoo-keeping work experience and skill practice in animal care handling and training work assignments include conducting training sessions with assigned animals participating as a zoo operations team member and leader holiday/weekend zoo-keeping intermediate zoo daily operations maintenance and improvement projects day watch with safety rounds and conducting tours applies to associate degree eatm m15b – 1 unit wildlife education ii eatm m02e – 3 units zoo work skills second year #1 prerequisites eatm m15a corequisite eatm m15bl class hours 1 lecture prerequisites eatm m02d class hours 9 lab instructs the student in the use of live animals for educational presentations in zoos and other situations some of the topics covered include adapting presentations to different audiences production techniques public relations issues and the use of trained animals for presentations working in small groups to successfully serve a yearly community event will also be included applies to associate degree provides the second year fall semester student an on-campus zoo laboratory for supervised on-the-job intermediate to advanced zoo-keeping work experience and skill practice in animal care handling and training work assignments include weekday and weekend area serving as a mentor to first year students conducting training sessions with assigned animals exhibiting assigned animals at weekend shows participating as a zoo operations team member and leader intermediateadvanced zoo daily operations maintenance and improvement projects day watch with safety rounds and conducting tours applies to associate degree eatm m15bl – 1 unit wildlife education ii lab prerequisites eatm m15al corequisite eatm m15b class hours 3 lab provides the student with the opportunity to develop wildlife education skills including interpretation and animal handling techniques students perform presentations to a variety of audiences and conduct tours of the teaching zoo students will also participate in small group work related to an annual zoo wide event may be taken for a total of two 2 times for credit applies to associate degree moorpark college catalog 2009/10 159 course listing