HTC is accepting students for its TECbridge program
WHAT:  The workforce skills training program is designed to equip unemployed and underemployed workers with the technical tools needed to enter the workforce.  TECbridge is a multi-tiered training program that provides students with a basic introduction to computers, including instructor-led foundational and intermediate level instruction in the basic Microsoft applications used in today’s office environment. Students also have access to a Web-based training system that offers instruction in more than 2,200 different courses, which can be tailored to learning pathways leading to readiness for certification testing in a variety of Web-related fields, such as Web Development, Database Development, Technical Support and Network Administration.
The upcoming series of TECbridge classes “kicks off” with an IT Career Discovery course in which students explore employment options in the IT sector. Using online assessment tools, students discover the jobs and career paths they are most likely to enjoy and find financially rewarding.
WHEN:  The next TECbridge classes begin February 2, meet Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 until 9 p.m for 4 weeks. Subsequent computer training courses last approximately 10 weeks each.
WHERE:  The Houston Technology Center / HP Computer Lab
                 410 Pierce Street (between Bagby and Brazos) in Midtown

WHY:            TEC

Author: Becky Myers
Phone: (832) 476-9283
Fax: (713) 658-1744
Category: htc | Sub Category: education