Located in the Tonaquint area of sunny St. George, the Dixie Applied Technology College is one of eight regional colleges that comprise the Utah College of Applied Technology. DXATC is the premier college for skill and competency based training in Washington County.
DXATC was created during a special session of the Utah State Legislature in 2001 through House Bill 1003 which created the Utah College of Applied Technology and its regional campuses: Bridgerland, Davis, Dixie, Mountainland, Ogden-Weber, Tooele, Southwest , and Uintah Basin. The UCAT Board of Trustees provides oversight and governs the activities of the eight campuses.
Our charge is to provide relevant skill and competency based training to prepare students for good jobs. To that end, the DXATC commits to our vision mission, and guiding principles:
Forward Thinking, Future Focused, Job Ready
DXATC currently offers Certificate Programs in:
Drafting and Design
Work is in progress to introduce Certificate Programs in:
Certified Nurse Assistant
Industrial & Facilities Maintenance
Quality Control Technician
Residential Construction Management
Emergency Medical Technician
In addition to our COE Accredited programs, we offer short term industry specific courses for:
Medical Billing and Coding
Lean Six Sigma, Green and Black Belt
SHRM Human Resources
Contractor Continuing Ed
Insurance Continuing Ed
American Heart Association
and much more… please see Community Education catalogue for a complete list of our program and course offerings.