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ET tool kits and a pizza lunch

by on October 28th, 2013 in Student Testimonials

Electronics Technician students Datwane Shelburne (left) and Alfred Cole (right) proudly hold the tool kit they each received for successfully completing the ET program.

“I was so excited to receive my tool kit during my last day in school. These tools will be a great asset as I begin my career in the Electronics Technician field.”
– ET student Alfred Cole

ET instructors Don Trippel and Jesse Cummings with students Datwane Shelburne and Aaron Lewis as they enjoy the end-of-term pizza lunch.

ET Students and Instructors

HVAC hands-on learning

by on September 12th, 2013 in Student Testimonials

HVAC instructor Joe Lagars instructs student DeQuincy Morgan on the proper technique of braising a copper pipe during a recent lab exercise, while student Odie Dotson uses a meter to troubleshoot an issue with a furnace during a recent lab activity.

HVAC students in hands-on lab projects“Being able to troubleshoot issues on actual equipment in our lab helps me to visualize things so much better.” -Odie Dotson

Nurse Appreciation Day at ACC

by on August 13th, 2013 in Student Testimonials

The Medical Assistant program instructors and students celebrated Nurse Appreciation day by enjoying cake and fellowship in the break room. Medical Assistant instructors Sandy Huckabee and Sharon Doyal enjoy cake and camaraderie with MA student Brandi Smith.

Nurse Appreciation Day at Ayers Career College

“I am grateful that Ayers takes the time to do something to recognize us for our professional achievement. I am proud to be an LPN and I appreciate being honored on Nurse Appreciation Day.” – Sharon Doyal

Medical Assistant Lab

by on June 7th, 2013 in Medical Assistant Medical Assistant Job Training Medical Assistant Training Student Testimonials

Medical Assistant students Ashley Martin and Jessica McCown work with an Automated External Defibrillator lab training unit and a CPR lab prop during a recent CPR training class.

MA lab work with CPR dummy

Electronics Technician Lab Project

by on June 3rd, 2013 in HET Job Training Student Testimonials

Electronics Technician students Michael Rich and Joseph Sokol examine an electronic circuit board during an assignment in the ET lab. A circuit board like this could be found in a smoke detector, motion detector, or timer.
HET Lab Work

“We strive to stock our labs with modern equipment that is most relevant to our lesson plans so that our students will be able to touch the item that they are reading about as often as possible.” -Campus Operations Manager Chuck Stripling

ET students Murray Jones and Montral Garner work together to troubleshoot an issue with an electronic circuit board during a recent lab project.
HET Lab Work

“Being able to work hands-on in the lab with circuit boards and soldering tools helps me to visualize the concept we are trying to learn.” – Montral Garner

Students Michael Williams and Aaron Lewis examine a part from an electronic circuit board during a recent lab assignment.
HET Lab Work

NTHS induction ceremony, April 18

by on May 15th, 2013 in Student Testimonials

Congratulations to everyone that was inducted into the National Technical Honor Society on April 18. We are all very proud of your achievements!

NTHS induction April 18New National Technical Honor Society inductee Tracy Robinson receives her membership pin from Campus Vice-President Darlene Robinson.

NTHS induction April 18NTHS coordinator Dawn Davis presides at the podium as NTHS members, from left to right, Michael Howard, Daniel Quartier, Datwane Shelburne and LaTonya Hanking light the ceremonial candles and describe “The 7Attributes of NTHS Membership.”

“I get the same sense of gratification from the National Technical Honor Society induction ceremony as I do from the formal graduation ceremony. Watching the students receive recognition for excellent performance in the classroom is one of the best parts of my job.”
-Campus Operations Manager Chuck Stripling

NTHS induction April 18Ayers Career College Campus President Amber Borrego addresses the class of inductees and their guests during the opening portion of the National Technical Honor Society induction ceremony held on April 18, 2013.

“It was a great pleasure to celebrate with the staff, faculty and students’families the accomplishments of the National Technical Honor Society inductees. These individuals have accomplished scholastic achievement, skill development, leadership, honesty, responsibility, and good character.”
-Campus President Amber Borrego

NTHS induction April 18NTHS coordinator Dawn Davis, Ayers Campus Vice-President Darlene Robinson and Campus President Amber Borrego participate in the recent National Technical Honor Society induction ceremony at Ayers Career College.

NTHS induction April 18New NTHS inductee Michael Rich receives his membership pin from Ayers Campus President Amber Borrego.

NTHS induction April 18Newly inducted Electronic Technician students Joseph Sokol, Datwane Shelburne and Michael Rich pose with their instructor, Don Trippel, during the NTHS induction ceremony on April 18, 2013.

NTHS induction April 18A reception was held after the National Technical Honor Society induction ceremony for the new inductees and their guests. Attendees were treated to cake, punch and coffee. Ms. Sandy Huckabee, who is the coordinator for the Medical Assistant program, manned the refreshment table.

Medical Assistant Sterile Techniques Lab

by on March 25th, 2013 in Medical Assistant Job Training Student Testimonials

Medical Assistant student Mar’Ester Rush follows the proper procedures to unpack and put on a set of sterile gloves after donning her gown and mask during a recent Sterile Techniques lab

MA sterile procedures lab

“I enjoy the time that we spend working in the lab. I am able to learn things much better when I do them hands-on and can visualize.” -Mar’Ester

HVAC Lab Work

by on February 19th, 2013 in Heating & Cooling Training Student Testimonials

HVAC lab workAyers Heating and Air Conditioning student Cintron Rivera works on wiring an air handling unit during a recent lab project.

HVAC lab workAyers HVAC student Jeremie Gillard troubleshoots an air handling unit as fellow students Joshua Kraus and Alex deBray observe during a recent HVAC lab project.

HVAC lab workHVAC student Otis Kimble uses a swaging tool to flare a section of copper pipe during a recent HVAC lab project.

“We were working on swaging the end of a piece of ¾” copper pipe. We flare the end of the pipe and then braise another piece of pipe into it with a torch.” -Otis Kimble

HVAC lab workHVAC student Daniel Quartier uses a meter to troubleshoot a circuit board from an air handling unit as fellow students Jeff Lacy and Thomas Anderson look on during a recent lab project.

HVAC lab workinstructor Paul Shores creates a wiring “problem” on a condensing unit so that his students can practice trying to figure out what the problem is when they attend the troubleshooting lab project.

“It is really helpful to have so much modern equipment to use in the HVAC lab. I can create several troubleshooting scenarios for the students to come and work on all at the same time.” – Paul Shores, HVAC instructor

HVAC lab projectHVAC student Wade Robinson uses a cutting tool to cut a section of copper pipe so that he can prepare it for swaging and braising during a recent lab project at Ayers Career College.

“I was cutting a section of copper tubing to get it ready for soldering.” -Wade Robinson

NTHS Induction Ceremony, January 16, 2013.

by on February 14th, 2013 in Student Testimonials

Ayers Career College Campus President Amber Borrego addresses the class of new inductees of the National Technical Honor Society at the induction ceremony that was held on Wednesday, January 16, 2013.
NTHS induction at Ayers Career College

Campus Vice-President Darlene Robinson lights a candle during the induction ceremony as she talks about one of the key attributes of the NTHS candidate.
NTHS induction at Ayers Career College

NTHS Coordinator Dawn Davis lights a candle and addresses the inductees and their guests during the induction ceremony.
NTHS induction at Ayers Career College

Campus President Amber Borrego presents a membership certificate to Medical Assistant inductee Lisa Verzal.
NTHS induction at Ayers Career College

Amber Borrego presents a membership certificate to Pharmacy Technician inductee LaTeka Davis.
NTHS induction at Ayers Career College

“I really appreciate the effort that Ayers makes to offer these incentives for us to succeed in school and it is wonderful that they have these ceremonies so that we can be recognized in front of our families, friends and peers.” -LaTeka Davis

After the induction ceremony, the newest members of the National Technical Honor Society and their family and friends enjoyed a reception with cake, punch and coffee in the break room.
NTHS induction at Ayers Career College

The National Technical Honor Society banner features the fitting motto “success favors the prepared mind.”
NTHS induction at Ayers Career College

“The induction ceremony for the National Technical Honor Society gives me the same sense of pride and accomplishment that I feel at the formal graduation ceremonies. To see these students excel at their studies and then in life after they complete their education is one of the most satisfying parts of my job here at Ayers.” -Campus Operations Manager, Chuck Stripling

Mr. Leo Savage visits with Ayers HVAC students

by on January 31st, 2013 in Heating & Cooling Training Student Testimonials

Leo Savage, General Manager for Service Experts in Shreveport, works with Heating and Air Conditioning student Bruce Adams to diagnose a condenser unit during a recent visit to the Ayers campus.

Leo Savage, General Manager for Service Experts in Shreveport

“I am pleased that the school is arranging employer visits for the night students. It gives us an opportunity to meet the employers and show them our ability and potential.” -HVAC student Bruce Adams

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