Technology Skills & Applications

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Information moves a mile a minute, thanks to nonstop developments in technology. As the information technology industry grows, so do career and learning opportunities—and you've got to keep up! Get up to speed with our IT courses.

Current Programs

UC 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. The camps are aligned with the outcomes in the CompTIA Network+ and Security+ certifications, and there is opportunity to receive free vouchers for the certificate exams.

The Autodesk Certified Professional (ACP) certification is designed for candidates who have advanced skills and can solve complex challenges in workflow and design. Certification at this level demonstrates a comprehensive skill set that provides an opportunity for individuals to stand out in a competitive job market.

Master the basics in cloud computing with Microsoft Azure Fundamentals and Azure Data Fundamentals.

This course provides knowledge of the ITIL® terminology, structure, and basic concepts and comprehension of the core principles of ITIL® practices for service management. You will review key concepts of service manager and how value creation is enabled through services.

This course is designed for a broad audience, enabling those on the business side of an organization to obtain an understanding of the benefits of DevOps concepts such as continuous delivery, continuous deployment and the associated enabling technologies. Those on the technical side will obtain an understanding of the business value of DevOps to reduce cost with increased quality to support business objectives in support of digital transformation initiatives.

The course will provide you with essential IT skills based upon CompTIA ITF+ curriculum. This course and the ITF+ certification are designed as the starting point for a career in IT support. Obtaining ITF+ certification will show that you have the aptitude to pursue a professional-level certification, such as CompTIA A+.

Google IT Support is intended to introduce you to the field of computing and information technology to prepare you for entry-level jobs in IT support. The course covers the essentials of troubleshooting, customer service, networking, operating systems, system administration, and security.  

If your organization uses lists of any kind, you need to know how to use Microsoft Excel. Earning Microsoft Office Specialist Expert certification sets your professional skill set apart from other Excel users. This course will prepare you for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) Expert certification exam for Excel 2019.

The Adobe Certified Associate (ACA) is an industry-recognized credential that demonstrates proficiency in Adobe digital skills. Become an Adobe Certified Associate to stand apart from your peers, boost your creative confidence, and expand your career opportunities.

UC Certificate Training courses are supported by the state of Ohio:


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The TechCred application period opens April 1 and closes on April 30 at 3 pm.  You can learn more about the program at TechCred.Ohio.gov.

Employers: Learn how you to upskill your employees with training at UC funded by Ohio TechCredEmployees: Ask your employer to apply, and start your online training at UC!

No matter what industry you work in, technology is having an impact on the future of 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.


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This course qualifies for the State of Ohio's Individual Microcredential Assistance Program (IMAP). IMAP was created to provide opportunities for Ohioans who are low income, partially unemployed, or totally unemployed to participate in a training program and receive a micro-credential.