Davis Applied Technology College (DATC) is a public technical training institution located in Kaysville, Utah. It provides competency-based education in an open-entry, open-exit environment which prepares over 7,400 high school and adult students with career and technical skills. Students may start or end at any time during the year and progress at a rate suited to individual learning style.
Training is provided at the Kaysville, Utah campus, in local high schools, and at DATC Freeport in Clearfield, Utah.
Davis Applied Technology College offers certificate programs that take two years or less to complete in the Schools of Business, Construction, Health, Information Technology, Manufacturing, Service, and Transportation Industries. Four-year apprenticeship programs, as well as job seeking skills, basic math and English, and workplace relations are also offered.
Adult Education and English as a Second Language courses are taught through Davis School District at the Kaysville campus.
Programs coordinate with an employer advisory committee to review programs standards as they relate to industry demand and employment verification.
Articulation agreements exist between DATC, Weber State University, University of Phoenix, and Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
Davis Applied Technology College is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education.
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