IT Trainings

IT Training is specific to the Information Technology (IT) industry, or to the skills necessary for performing information technology jobs. IT training includes courses related to the application, design, development, implementation, support or management of computer-based information systems.
 

Due to the evolving nature of technology, IT training content is constantly updated and adapted to reflect the current market. IT courses reside in a wide variety of curriculum areas including, but not limited to those listed below.

 

  • Architecture and Engineering

  • Cloud Computing

  • Cyber Security

  • Data Storage

  • Databases / Database Management

  • Mobile App Development

  • Networking and Wireless

  • Product Training (SaaS, Adobe, Microsoft, Citrix, Red Hat, etc.)

  • Unified Communications

  • Virtualization

  • VoIP and Telephony

  • Web Design and Programming

 

Students of IT training programs are predominately those who work in jobs related to computer science, network administration, information technology management, cloud computing, telecommunications, etc.

 

General business professionals and consumers who use IT applications, and computer and software products are another important audience for IT training. IT training, more so than most other content segments of the training market, contains a substantial amount of business to consumer (B2C) training. Consumer training occurs when a student (or purchaser of a training program) completes the training on their own, without the recommendation, supervision, or support of an employer. This includes individuals aiming to improve their IT skill set or to gain certifications.

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