KAYSVILLE -- The Davis Applied Technology College has announced its two newest students of the month. Brian Worthley is an adult student enrolled in the Diesel Technology Program. Al-though he has been in the program only four months, he has exhibited a great desire to learn and grow. "After being in the Army, I worked for a construction company. I have always had an interest in diesel mechanics and decided I wanted to go back to school. I started to explore training possibilities and heard a lot of good things about the DATC and found it to have a high reputation. That's why I chose to come here and it has been a good choice. I have really enjoyed the hands-on, self-paced teaching style as it has allowed me to spend more time on detail and with the material I am unsure of, and less time on the things I already know. It has been great!" he said.
Worthley and his wife, Danielle, are the proud parents of a one-year old son, Jaron. He enjoys spending his free time with his family, and they enjoy fishing and camping.
Jay Booty is another adult student who is in the Auto-motive Service Technology Program.
Booty has been in this program only four months, but has demonstrated his ability and eagerness to learn as he accelerated through the Auto-motive Service Technology Program.
"I've been a backyard mechanic for a number of years and, with the computer technology involved in the new cars, felt I needed additional training to continue my career.
"I was introduced to the DATC by a fellow mechanic who told me that training at the DATC was highly recognized and recommended. I have found that to be true, and I have enjoyed the one-on-one instruction."