School of Information Technology Workforce Development Program
Our training programs, taught by School of Information Technology faculty, combine hands-on, experiential learning opportunities with essential coursework to prepare today’s workforce for the demands of information technology and cybersecurity.
UC's cloud computing and cybersecurity certificate training courses are taught by the faculty in our School of Information Technology and come with the benefit of access to UC’s Career Education Services.
The School of Information Technology fosters innovation, research, and exciting co-op experiences. Highly-ranked and accredited, the School of Information Technology is dedicated to shaping the newest IT professionals.
Master the basics in cloud computing with Microsoft Azure Fundamentals and Azure Data Fundamentals.
The Cybersecurity Boootcamps are designed for beginners and no
knowledge of IT or cybersecurity is assumed. During these intensive
bootcamps you will quickly go from entry-level information technology
skills to intermediate cybersecurity skills.
UC Certificate Training courses are supported by the state of Ohio
In partnership with the State of Ohio, Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP) is a new program to provide opportunities for Ohioans who are currently low income, partially unemployed, underemployed or completely unemployed to participate in non-credit training through UC to receive a microcredential certificate.
Ohio Employers: No matter what industry you work in, technology is having an impact on the future of your business and the nature of your work. TechCred helps Ohioans learn new skills and helps employers build a stronger workforce with the skills needed in a tech-infused economy. Many of these trainings can be completed online! Read more.
The 7th TechCred application period opens Monday, January 4, 2021 and closes on January 29 at 3 pm. You can learn more about the program at TechCred.Ohio.gov.