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Become a skilled Sales Professional
This brand new Virtanza Sales Readiness program is the only real-world sales apprenticeship program linked to employers!! This class, developed in partnership with employers like QuickBooks, will help you explore 13 professional sales roles and apply them through real world employer role-play simulations.
Gain Real World, Employable Sales Skills
You'll learn Salesforce customer pipeline technology, Groove sales engagement platform, and sales planning activities to become successful in a professional sales role. Furthermore, you'll learn to assess your sales aptitude, competencies, and strengths to position your skills effectively for the job market.
Connect with Employers
As a result of this program, you are placed on a career pathway toward high-level roles in sales consulting, sales management, and executive sales.
TypeOnline - Scheduled
Course DatesJanuary 11, 2022 - February 24, 2022
Enrollment DeadlineEnrollment ends in 2 months 9 days
Learn the basics of accounting principles and how they are applied.
The course includes an introduction into financial accounting concepts, as well as an analysis of day-to-day business transactions, including financial statements.
This in-depth course is perfect for small business owners, business managers, and those seeking new or improved knowledge of their company’s accounting.
TypeOnline - Scheduled
Course DatesFebruary 7, 2022 - April 1, 2022
Enrollment DeadlineEnrollment ends in 3 months 5 days
Become a Certified IT Professional and make more than $50,000 a year to start
Our IT Professional course trains students for entry-level employment in IT support, help desk, desktop support and general IT maintenance positions. The focus is on broad IT knowledge, technical customer support, troubleshooting, analysis, and problem solving.
Become Certified in LPI Linux Essentials
- Understand FOSS, various communities, and licenses
- Gain knowledge of open source applications in the workplace as they relate to closed source equivalents
- Learn basic concepts of hardware, processes, programs, and the components of the Linux Operating System
- Understand how to work on the command line and work with files and how to run simple scripts
- Demonstrate how to create and restore compressed backups and archives
- Demonstrate system security, users/groups and file permissions for public and private directories