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What you learn

Our up-to-date, cutting edge IT curriculum— developed by IT professionals and coders themselves— is designed to give Centriq grads the technology or coding job skills that are in demand today.

The IT skills you learn at Centriq prepare you for a career in technology. While there are many different job roles in IT, they can generally be divided into a networking role or a developer (or coding) role. Regardless of which path you choose, our programs train you on the most current technologies Kansas City and St. Louis employers are using because – unlike four year schools – we can quickly adapt our curriculum to match changes in the job market.

Full Stack Web Developer

We base our Full Stack Web Developer (or Coding) training primarily on Microsoft’s enterprise .NET C# (Visual Studio) development platform, which a majority of Kansas City and St. Louis employers use. However, just as the technology workplace evolves and use newer open source coding tools, we also provide you with exposure to use these technologies.

Some of the technologies you'll learn in the Full Stack Web Developer program:

Systems & Security Administrator Program

Our Systems & Security Administrator training offers exposure to the technologies and systems utilized by Kansas City and St. Louis employers. Our core curriculum is centered on Microsoft Windows Server – which is the primary infrastructure management system for most companies – and networking fundamentals. We also train you on technologies from big names in IT like Cisco and CompTIA, as well as security concepts.

Some of the technologies you'll learn in the Systems & Security Administrator program:

Professional Development

In addition to technical skills, we also provide students with several opportunities to grow as professionals. We understand that employers are looking for candidates with the communication and problem-solving skills that are highly sought in the IT industry. Centriq’s IT Career Program also teaches other important “soft skills” like reliability, self-motivation, attention to detail, ability to meet deadlines, etc. With our Badging Program, employers can verify that our students have achieved their technical and professional development goals throughout their enrollment.

Some of the badges you'll earn from our Professional Development badging program:

Which IT program is right for you?

Both the Systems & Security Administrator and the Full Stack Web Developer programs offer solid job and career opportunities. But each of these advanced jobs requires experience and training. The good news is you don’t have to choose which advanced area you want to specialize in at the beginning. All you have to do is determine whether you’re best suited to be an IT Systems Administrator or a Web Developer/Coder. Fortunately, Centriq has a free assessment to help you determine which path is best suited for your IT career.

Take our free Aptitude Assessment and find out, or contact us for more information.

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