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Professional Education

CompTIA A+ Training

Capitol’s five-day CompTIA A+ training is an in-depth course that provides a student with the necessary software and hardware skills to be a successful computer technician. The five sessions (9:00AM – 2:00PM) will be offered on the following Saturdays in 2019: May 11, May 18, June 1, June 8, and June 15. There will be no class on May 25, 2019 preceding Memorial Day.

This course prepares students for the CompTIA A+ technician certification, which is a key consideration for employers trying to hire the best technicians available. It is the responsibility of students to pay for and complete the CompTIA A+ technician certification on their own.

MCIT rate is $1200 per student. This price includes a 40% discount of the original price of $2000 per person. The $1200 does not include textbook and certification exam fees.

You will not be permitted to attend any class until the full payment is received by 3:00pm on May 10, 2019.

 

Please click here to register and pay.


Leadership Development Training

For adult learners not seeking a degree, short courses, seminars, and modules of the educational curriculum will be made available for short-term training sessions (though the credits may transfer toward degrees). These activities, which focus on information assurance and leadership/management, are designed to develop skills and assist professionals in achieving relevant certifications for the advancement of their careers.


Applied Innovation Research

Faculty and advanced students will engage in practical research projects to demonstrate technology capabilities in government and business environments. They will also regularly survey trends in the professional and trade literature to summarize new and best practices. A newsletter or journal disseminating these best practices in technology innovation and leadership will be published quarterly.


Affinity Groups

Leaders from non-competing organizations with similar opportunities or challenges will convene at our neutral campus to create shared solutions or action plans for all organizations involved, facilitated by an ILI faculty member or Leader in Residence.


Ways to Participate

There are many ways to be a part of the Institute. You can support our mission by:

  • Becoming a member of the Advisory Boards
  • Participating in student internship and co-op programs
  • Sponsoring specific focus area forums in an academic environment
  • Supporting the study of technical leadership via scholarships and faculty chairs
  • Supporting centers dedicated to the study of technical leadership across a plethora of areas (e.g. cyber, environment, systems engineering, etc)
  • Supporting STEM initiatives with the University
  • Supporting capital projects designed to improve the learning and living environment for faculty and students
  • Hiring leadership-skilled graduates of Capitol Technology University

 

 For more information, contact proed@captechu.edu