The program faculty have a minimum of 3 years of management experience in the Cybersecurityfield, and a minimum of 5 years of work experience. The instructors are familiar and preferably certified in the same certifications as our Apprentices will be working towards. The experience of these instructors provide a foundation for the apprentice and can provide context relevant to the Apprentices work experience to build on their career potential.
The 2000 hours of on-the-job-learning is completed in conjunction with 185 hours of training and coaching for performance. Technical topics taught in the apprenticeship include: cyber defense, network security, Powershell and Active Directory, enterprise security, identity access management with Okta, cloud computing, incident response and digital forensic, and pentesting. This advanced apprenticeship is designed for candidates who have foundational Cybersecurity training and experience. The courses and the curriculum are designed to build specialized competencies in support of the acceleration of middle-skilled roles.
High School Diploma or Equivalent
An Apprentice must be at least 18 years of age, except where a higher age is required by law, and must be employed to learn an apprenticeable occupation. An apprentice must have a minimum of a high school diploma or equivalent. A two or four year degree is preferred.
New Apprenticeship utilizes rolling admissions.