What IT certifications do employers recruit, screen and hire for? What types of and what companies require or deeply value these accreditations when hiring employers for open positions? What skills do students gain from the various certification curriculums and training programs? How do I get certified and how much does it cost? Can I get reimbursed and are there special programs for unemployed workers to get certified or retrained?
If you are interested in or have questions about IT certification, attending AWC’s panel is a must:
Steve Hailey, Edmonds Community College, Digital Forensics and Information Security
Ravila Helen White, Information Security Strategist, Business Model Inc.
Scott Gillins, Cisco Engineering
Robin Borough, EVP, Omnikron Systems Inc.
Joseph Johnson II, Microsoft Enterprise Strategy Architect
IT Infrastructre Library (ITIL)
Product Management/ Association of International Product Marketing and Management (AIPMM)
Mara Krieps, President, Product Management Consortium
Linda Merrick, Lead Instructor, University of Washington Software Product Management Certificate
Project Management/ Project Management Institute (PMI)
Dennis Fehrenbach, PMP, and Naomi Carroll, PMI Certification, PMI Puget Sound Chapter
Suzanne Cooley, Volt Technical Recruiting
Institute for Certification of Computing Professionals (ICCP)
Eva Smith, Edmonds Community College
State programs and financial aid available to unemployed workers
Employment Security Communications
Click here to download the presentation handouts.
NOTE: This meeting runs slightly longer than our usual meetings to accommodate the panel discussion.
LocationStarbucks Support Center (map)Mezza Cafe Conference Room - Third Floor2401 Utah Ave. S.Seattle, WA 98134Free parking in the lot in front of Starbucks/Sears.
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P.O. Box 94081
Seattle, WA 98124
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