Get ahead of the curve in the tech industry.
Careers in technology and information are booming, but you don’t have to be a techie to take advantage of these exciting career opportunities. Having some IT skills is valuable for non-technology personnel, as many employers now look for human resources managers who understand data analytics and marketers who can code.
Invest in your professional development with one of these IT training programs, and you can benefit from adding in-demand skills to your professional portfolio. You will learn the latest trends and processes and develop knowledge that you can apply immediately to help set you apart in this competitive industry.
Are you a University IT Professional Who Needs to Learn about AWS?
Expand your knowledge of AWS Cloud computing skills with AWS Cloud Foundations for University IT Staff. In this 20-hour foundational course, you will gain an overall understanding of the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud, focusing on AWS Cloud concepts, AWS services, security, architecture, pricing and support to build your AWS Cloud knowledge. Instruction will focus on how these tools and concepts apply in the context of higher education IT processes and structures.