FALL 2019 ORIENTATIONS HAVE CONCLUDED!  PLEASE CHECK THE HOC WEBSITE ON TUESDAY, JULY 16, 2019 FOR SECOND CHANCE ORIENTATION AND REGISTRATION INFORMATION TENTATIVELY SCHEDULED FOR JULY 18, 2019.  
 
SPRING 2020 PROGRAM ORIENTATIONS WILL TAKE PLACE IN FALL 2019.  PLEASE CHECK OUR WEBSITE SOON FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
 
 STEP 1: Attend a HOC Orientation
 

REGISTER HERE

to see dates and attend a free HOC Orientation.

 

ORIENTATION ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED FOR ENTRY INTO MOST PROGRAMS. NO EXCEPTIONS.

All orientations will be held at The Health Occupations Center

9368 Oakbourne Road

Santee, CA 92071

Room 12
 
Please click the HOC Courses link above to see fall class schedules and requirements. 

 
 
  

STEP 2:  Take the HOC Entry Screening Test

 

REGISTER HERE

AFTER orientation to take the free HOC Entry Screening Test.

 

You must have attended a recent orientation to register for the HOC Entry Screening Test.  The registration system will not allow you to sign up for the test until 24-hours following the orientation you attend.

 

The test is free and can be taken only once during each testing period (spring, summer, and fall).

 

 
 

HOC ENTRY SCREENING TEST INFORMATION

What Is On the Test?

 

The HOC Entry Screening Test is the CASAS Reading GOALS test for all programs.  PHARMACY TECHNICIAN PROGRAM ONLY - CASAS Life Skills Math is also required.  Pharmacy Technician applicants - please register for two testing times to take both the Reading and math tests.

 
 
 

How Do I Study for the CASAS Test? 

 
 
 Click here to prepare for the CASAS Reading Goals test. 
 

 Click here to prepare for the CASAS Math GOALS test (Pharmacy Technician Program only).

 
 
 

Did you take the CASAS Reading Goals test and received a minimum score of 228? 

 

 Click here to use your score!  Orientation attendance is still mandatory.

 
 

Did you take the CASAS Math GOALS test and received a minimum score of 226? 

 

 Click here to use your score to apply for the Pharmacy Technician Program.  Orientation attendance is still mandatory.