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We know that our customers will have many questions regarding our programs and how we can help you launch a new career. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for any reason.

How do I get started?

The best way to get started is to make contact with our Education Consultant! Either complete the Contact Us form or call us at 314-429-3311.  Having a one-on-one conversation will help us learn more about your needs and situation and determine how we can best help you.

When are classes offered?

Workforce and Technology Training offers classes in a variety of formats. Our two most popular are ILT and OLL.

  • ILT: Our Instructor Led Training (ILT) takes place at one of our facilities. ILT courses are held in a traditional classroom setting with our instructors.
  • OLL: Online Live Courses (OLL) only differ from traditional classroom settings in the sense that your instructor is at a remote facility. You are able to ask questions, run labs, and hold discussion via a reliable internet connection, webcam, and microphone; all of which is available for use at our facility. If you are taking OLL courses at home it is recommended that you have a secure internet connection and dual monitors for optimal participation.
  • ILT and OLL courses are typically held 8:00am-4:00pm Monday-Friday; the number of days you have class is contingent on the types of courses you are taking. We also have Online Anytime (OLA) courses available that allow you to set your own training schedule and pace with the help of prerecorded lectures.

What makes Workforce and Technology Training different from other training providers?

Workforce and Technology Training is dedicated to providing our state with an enhanced workforce through mission driven initiatives and Job Driven Training. You are not simply a ‘customer’ of Workforce and Technology Training; you are student that will receive top notch training and the resources necessary to be successful in the IT industry from the moment you register to the moment you land your next career opportunity!

Do I need prior IT knowledge to enroll?

Prior knowledge is not required, but a high interest in the field is necessary. Workforce and Technology Training students should also have a drive to succeed and be able to dedicate their time to studies and exams for the full duration of the class.

Does Workforce and Technology Training provide job placement assistance or internship opportunities?

As Workforce and Technology Training expands our training opportunities for Veterans and Dislocated Workers we are simultaneously leveraging current business relationships to open doors for our students. We have a dedicated staff working in the students’ favor to send job leads and notifications of opportunities; based on students’ performance and responsiveness, resumes are passed along to employers and references can be made on their behalf by Workforce and Technology Training Staff. All alumni will continue to receive these leads upon completion of training.

What kind of certifications are available via Workforce and Technology Training training?

Workforce and Technology Training offers a wide range of certification possibilities. From Basic Microsoft Applications Packages, CompTIA, Cisco, and Adobe and many more, Workforce and Technology Training will have what you are looking for. You can find an expanded list of available courses at our business facing website here:

What do Workforce and Technology Training programs cost?

Workforce and Technology Training training costs vary greatly depending on your chosen courses. Most training programs are designed to fit within Veteran and Dislocated Worker budgets. Speak with one of our Education Consultants today to see what you can expect!

After I take courses, does Workforce and Technology Training provide testing facilities?

Most testing vendors now provide the ability to take an exam from home! If you prefer to take a test at a physical testing center location, you’ll need to check with the testing vendor for locations open for testing in your area.