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HVAC students get hands-on during lab sessions

by on November 17th, 2014 in Heating & Cooling Training Student Testimonials

During a recent lab session, Ayers HVAC students get hands-on experience using a few tools of the trade: utilizing wiring diagrams to trouble shoot furnace issues, using flare tools and torches to braise sections of copper pipe, and learning and practicing new soldering techniques under the helpful guidance of HVAC Instructors Paul Shores and Maurice Jackson.

Student Update: HVAC graduate Nicholas Bartek

by on October 2nd, 2014 in Heating & Cooling Training Student Testimonials

HVAC graduate Nicholas Bartek recently sent us this email updating us on his new career after graduating from the HVAC program here at Ayers. He is working for Cerpangha Commercial Group. They are based out of Texarkana and service LA, AR and East TX. We thought it was a great testimony to how successful our students are after they graduate, and wanted to share it with you!
HVAC graduate Nicholas Bartek with his tool kit at graduation

    From: nicholas bartek
    Sent: Monday, Sept 22, 2014 8:46 PM
    To: Erica Barrett
    Subject: Re: Hey

    Ms. Barrett,

    IT WAS AMAZING! I have been telling my family all about it! So, today started at 8 AM getting picked up at my house, then traveling to Nachidoches(I think it was that city) working on the AC system at a Little Ceaser’s. Then we went to a Burger King in Pineville to work on their bun toasters(we were called about one, but we serviced all three of them). Then we went down to DeRidder to service a Subway’s Turbo-Chef(sub toaster) but found that either the the manager, or the manufacturer gave us the wrong location(so unfortunately no services were provided). Then finally back to my house by 5:50 PM giving me a total of ten hours; minus 1 hour for lunch.

    I am REALLY enjoying this job(check with me again soon(I’m sure I will still really love this job)). The people are SO friendly, and the customers are happy to see us. I like the driving time, and the ability to get a TON of overtime.

    Thank you SO much for you assistance in finding this career path for me, you are the BEST!

    Nicholas Bartek

Pink Thursday Celebration at Ayers Career College

by on August 15th, 2014 in Student Testimonials

“Pink Thursday” was held at Ayers Career College on Thursday, August 14, 2014 to honor loved ones who have lost their battle with cancer, and to celebrate those that are fighting and surviving! Students and staff dressed in head-to-toe pink to show their support! This was a great way for our students and staff to come together – not only to bring awareness of this disease, but also to connect with each other, sharing stories and laughs about loved ones. We’d to thank everyone that came out in support of this day!

“Pink Thursday” Photo Gallery:

MOS students earn all A’s

by on August 14th, 2014 in Student Testimonials

Allegra Garrett, Rickdria Guilleard, and Kim Butcher are three of our Medical Office Specialist students that were awarded certificates for the whole class earning A’s! Congratulations, ladies & to your entire class! We are all very proud of how hard you have been working during your program of study!

MOS students with awards

2014 Selfie Contest Results

by on July 22nd, 2014 in Student Testimonials

Results are in from the Selfie Contest! We had a contest where students had to submit “selfies” — we were looking for photos of (1) their selfie, (2) their selfie with family, and (3) their selfie at or in the company they wanted to work for after graduation. We got a ton of entries, and all of the participating students did a great job!!

Congratulations to the Selfie Contest winner, Jennifer Bowman!

The runners up were: Douglas Wallas, Kimberly Butcher, and Darryl Nicholas – congrats to each of you!

Ayers Career College 2014 Spring Graduation Ceremony

by on June 23rd, 2014 in Student Testimonials

Congratulations to everyone that graduated in our Spring graduation ceremony!! We are so proud of each of you and know how hard you all worked, and know that you’ll all do great in your new careers! Here’s a few photos from the events that day. Everyone looked great in their caps and gowns!!

HVAC Ductwork Lab

by on June 9th, 2014 in Heating & Cooling Training Student Testimonials

Our students participate in a variety of different lab projects to get the hands-on training that is needed in today’s job market. In this lab, Paul Shores instructed his HVAC class on the construction of a plenum from a sheet of ductboard, that is now on display after being installed atop an air handler. HVAC student Brian Carey attached instulation to a section of ductwork during a recent lab project he participated in.

July 27 Hot Pursuit 5k Health Walk

by on November 11th, 2013 in Campus Events Student Testimonials

Chuck Stripling, Amber Borrego, Sandy Huckabee, Dawn Davis, Jesse Cummings, and Sharon Doyal participated in the Hot Pursuit 5K Health Walk fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Clubs on Saturday, July 27, 2013.

Campus Operations Manager

“Participating in the Hot Pursuit fundraiser was fun and supported a good cause in the Salvation Army Boys and Girls Clubs.” -Chuck Stripling, Campus Operations Manager

Hot Pursuit 5k health walk

ET Students get Hands-on with lab exercise

by on November 8th, 2013 in Student Testimonials

During a recent ET Lab Exercise, students Joseph Sokol and Michael Rich (top) work together to affix components from a PC to a clear acrylic mobile training station. This board will be used for training once all of the components are mounted.

ET Lab Exercises

Electronics Technician students Shon Roberson (bottom, left) and Montral Garner (bottom, right) worked on a component for a home security system, and a circuit board from a personal computer.

“Being able to work on actual components in the Electronics Technician lab really helps me to visualize what is being presented in the textbook.” – Shon Robertson

Medical Assistants practice in CPR Lab

by on November 4th, 2013 in Student Testimonials

MA students Jerrica Larkins, Shalonda Thomas and Savanna Allen practice chest compressions on one of the infant CPR training dolls used in the Medical Assistant program during a CPR training class.

MA CPR Lab at Ayers Career College

Some Of The Companies That Hire Our Graduates Include