Definition of Service
|Web-based Training Services||Classroom Instruction||Qualifications to Enroll|
|Business Model||Technology Driven IT Training||Course Instruction Day|
SYS-ED web-based training and classroom instruction is restricted to organizational enterprise - Fortune 1000 corporations, government municipalities, healthcare providers, consulting companies, software companies, and mid-sized businesses which will be sponsoring and paying for its employees to attend information technology courses.
SYS-ED's Web-based Training Services:
|Provide industry standard and client-specific delivery of subject matter.||
Web-based Training Services
|Can be interactive or self-paced.|
|Are not suitable or available for all search engine courses.|
|Are offered in conjunction with the SYS-ED schedule.|
|Extend its traditional classroom instruction and support services.|
|Utilize a combination of commercial presentation systems driven classrooms and authoring systems.|
|Require a consultation with the client regarding delivery of the service.|
|Apply the guidelines of DTEC: Distance Education and Training Council.|
SYS-ED's Classroom Instruction:
|Teaches a combination of industry standard and consultancy derived content.||
|Serve as a viable alternative to the course titles and content listed on website catalogs of the source software companies.|
|Utilize a combination of CETi courseware and industry standard textbooks.|
|Are personalized, with a small class size.|
|Have optional pre course and post course validation assessment.|
|Do not advertise or guarantee employment predicated upon satisfactory completion of a course.|
|Provide ongoing support through SYS-ED websites.|
Qualifications to Enroll in a SYS-ED Course
SYS-ED reserves the right to deny enrollment in its courses. Competency assessment questions, employer verification of the experience and background of the employee and interview are the criteria for determining qualifications for enrollment.
No one is allowed to enroll in a SYS-ED course without completing an enrollment form processed by a Registered Agent.
Course Instruction Day
A standard course instruction day is 6.5 hours; for classroom instruction there is an hour for lunch and one hour of scheduled breaks in lecture and workshop. The start time day is 8:00 AM and lecture and workshop is completed at 4:30 PM.