Information Technology Training Programs
|Submit Information Technology Questions||Technology Driven IT Training||Contact You|
|Rate Structure||Private Course Rate Table||Program|
|Web-based Training Services||Teaching Models||Selection of Delivery Medium|
|PC Applications and Software as a Service||Microsoft Operating Systems, Networks, and Internetworking||Scripting, Web Apps to Web 2.0, and Web Servers||Client/Server and Internet Programming||Mainframe Operations, Programming, and System Software|
Technology assessments and learning paths have been provided for emerging areas of information technology.
PC Applications and Software as a Service
|MS Word Training Program||MS Excel Training Program||MS PowerPoint Training Program||MS Access and Database Training Program|
Microsoft Operating System, Networks, and Internetworking
|MS Operating System Workstations Training Program||MS Servers Training Program||MS SharePoint Server Training Program||MS Scripting Training Program|
|UNIX Fundamentals Training Program||UNIX - Solaris Operations and Network Administration Training Program||UNIX and Linux Scripting and Programming Training Program||UNIX Application Development Training Program|
|UNIX - Solaris and Red Hat Linux - Comparison||Red Hat and Fedora Linux Training Program||SUSE Linux Training Program||Ubuntu Linux Training Program|
An executive initiative has been undertaken to commit the resources for presenting and teaching pathways to certifications for Microsoft and Linux internetworking. SYS-ED's MS and Linux training programs and course search engine entries - learning paths, technology assessments, and state of the software will be updated in the fourth quarter of 2018. Information also will be on SYS-ED software-specific websites.
Scripting, Web Apps to Web 2.0, and Web Servers
|Client-side Scripting Training Program||Mobile Device Programming - Learning Path 1||Mobile Devices||Web Servers 2|
Client/Server and Internet Programming
|DB2 for Java Developers Training Program||Java Language Training Program||C++ Programming Language Training Program||MS Visual C++ Training Program|
|Oracle Web Server for Administrators and Developers Training Program||Oracle Database Administrator Training Program||Oracle Database for Developers Training Program||Oracle Java Developer Training Program|
|MS SQL Server Training Program||MS VB.NET Training Program||MS C# Training Program||MS Visual Basic Training Program|
Mainframe Operations, Programming, and System Software
|Mainframe Entry Level Training Program||Operations and Systems Programming Training Program||Assembler Language Training Program||COBOL Programming Language Training Program|
|PL/1 Language Training Program||Rational Developer for System z||CICS Transaction Server Training Program||DB2 Training Programs|
The cost for a training program is based upon the technical subject matter, delivery medium, number of employees to be trained, and duration. For programs which have a significant machine workshop component, the recommendation is that class size be restricted to 16 students. Industry standard content, inclusive of program durations, are provided.
The initial base charge is for a class size of up to 6 students with an incremental rate schedule for larger class sizes: I - 7th through 12th student, II- 13th through 20 student. There also is an incremental charge for private classroom instruction which has been extended to include distance-learning and virtual classrooms in multiple locations.
The aggregate cost of a program is the base daily rate and the incremental costs based upon the number of students attending the program, multiplied by the program duration: days or weeks. An incremental rate table provides the costs associated with different class sizes and the average cost per student. It also can be used for comparison pricing.
The lesson plan for the mobile device training program is developed from client-specific requirements: 1- mobile device operating system or web browser, 2- database, 3- web server or middleware platform 4- programming language, API, or development platform.
There are both proprietary and open source operating systems and development languages, APIs, and platforms: 1- Apple iPhone and iPad or Microsoft Phone/Surface tablet and open source Google Android smartphones and tablets. In addition, there now are native applications being developed with HTML5 which will execute in a web browser independent of the mobile device platform.
The lesson plan for a training program will be tailored to the client-specific web server platform: commercial or OSS: Open Source Software.