Orlando, FL (PressExposure) May 02, 2012 -- Phil Johnson, CEO of the Veterans Institute of Technology (VITek), today announced the expansion of their IT Administrator Certification Program for military veterans. Classes will be taught by the Highly Qualified instructors of the Stetson University Center in Celebration, Florida - "the town that Disney built."
The 15-week, state-of-the-art technical education is unlike any other plan of study available. Not only will participants be armed with the coveted CompTIA A+, Network+, and CISCO CCNA certifications, they will also be provided with Telecom and Management training, plus a 3-week hands on internship as part of a comprehensive strategy aimed at nothing less than immediate employment for their graduates.
"Our students are in high demand - and they should be", says Mr. Johnson. "Many veterans have the aptitude, ability, and work experience to succeed in the high-tech workplace. What they often don't have are the educational credentials to go along with their skill sets. We provide those, in addition to exposure to our Affiliate Company partners who are eager to bring such talented, trained professionals on board.
These men and women have spent years protecting their country honorably. Now, by investing a few weeks in their continuing education, they are able to secure a whole new career for themselves and protect their families' financial futures."
The IT Administrator Certification Program is ideal for qualified veterans looking to enter or progress in the world of IT, computer repair, and networking.
The curriculum is certified by the Veterans Administration (VA) and approved for GI Bill benefits - including tuition, books, and housing allowance. All honorably discharged Gulf War-era II veterans with at least three years active duty service are eligible. For more information and to apply online, interested transitioning veterans should visit [http://www.WeHireHeroes.com/vitek.html] immediately.
This course of study is VA approved. Tuition and materials are covered under your GI Bill benefits; you will also receive a housing allowance during this training. Next classes begin on May 14, 2012.