Off-Campus CTE Programs
The Davis Technical College (DTC) provides students with a variety of Certificate Programs to choose from.
- School of Business and Information Technology
- School of Construction
- School of Health Professions
- School of Manufacturing
- School of Service Professions
- School of Transportation
All classes taken at DTC count as Career and Technical Education (CTE) credit. All students must register in one program for a minimum of two periods; for example, 5 & 6 periods or 7 & 8 periods. We recommend taking foundation courses at Farmington High as prerequisites before applying to DTC in advanced programs. Students must see Dave Milliken the CTE Coordinator at Farmington High prior to enrolling at DTC. And lastly students must provide their own transportation.
Check out their website www.davistech.edu for more information.
The cosmetology education at Avalon School of Cosmetology has two primary purposes: to prepare students to sit for the state licensure exam and to help them be outstanding professional cosmetologists. The program can cover essentials for the students to meet those goals, including:
- Hairstyling and Coloring
- Perms and Curls
- Skin Care
- Makeup Artistry
- Manicures and Pedicures
- Business Best Practices
Whether they want to go into makeup, hairstyling, skin care, or anything in between, Avalon wants their students to have a broad base of knowledge they can rely on throughout their careers.
The unique 11,000 square-foot facility perfectly reflects the modernity of Paul Mitchell The School - Ogden. It has been on the cutting edge of hair since the schools opening in 2012.
Being part of the Paul Mitchell Schools family means that students can have a renowned education wherever they choose to go.
Paul Mitchell The School - Ogden is the perfect place to grow as a stylist and launch your dream career. Learn more about the cosmetology program at http://paulmitchell.edu/ogden/